a wee word if you think every victory on earth belongs to the rothschilds/elites etc

These wealthy families are not the only players, and they are by no means the highest echelon.  By your attributing every single shift in the wind at their feet you are missing the indicators that give you space to act and use your power, but in hesitance, and belief in the omnipotence of a few resource wealthy families, you truly give the game to them while munching on apocalypse popcorn and supping know-it-all-juice.


Yes, they have resource, and yes they can benefit from most shifts because they can adapt and look for opportunity.  Just like you or I.  Pull yer head out of yer myopic ass and grow some faith balls, and then go use that power of yours to bring some change.

If you are walking and talking you are a player and if you are in a big huff because some other family has a few more chips in coin, then snap the fuck out of it.

Humanity needs players on its side, with a belief that change can happen, not that every single thing is rigged - there is nowhere to go with such thinking, and no hope but apocalypse.

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so why dont we get really good choices in politics

so why don’t we get really good choices in politics?

Why is it a choice between Bad and Evil options in politics? Because really Good people don’t go for those jobs.  And the few decent folks who are in there are not powerful enough to swing traditional voters, so idealists go for them, but not practical people (eg Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn).

No, really good people want their cushy private lives, they want to make good money, have a good time, maybe buy a nice place, build a business, settle on land or some other personal dream.  They do not want to go toe to toe with evil in an arena it is well established.   Until that changes, this is as good is it gets, and the eagle eye view is so honest in my eyes.

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a word to the young if you think ‘the old’ sold you out on Brexit / Trump

For those ‘young’ who blamed ‘the old’ for losing the future of Europe with Brexit,  or for the loss of Hillarys ‘I’ll back your right to fuck anything and force everyone call you whatever you like an be nice to you if you vote me in but, as I told you, I will invade Iran, Assad must go, and we will treat cyber attacks like any other attacks (muttered in the direction of china and Russia)’.  But just because she was a woman who was into 'fuck anything and genital mutilation' enforced tolerance (sorry, LGBTQIA+ rights), folk were happy to vote her and world war 3 right in.

Did you all notice how everyone in the world was celebrating Trump - except lefties, the young, the new agers and academics (oh, and warmongering globalist corporates).  From the middle east to russia, the world breathed a quiet sigh of relief.

Her showcase ideology policies were to mask her total warmongering and the collectivists (poor personal boundary) bought it hook line and sinker.   ‘The old’ know what it is to live with sloppy boundary because most folk do when they are young.

Then you learn what happens and you learn the value of personal and group boundary.  Only co-dependents and those lost in new ageism* don’t (that last group will catch up when they hit their next chakra and they understand Space)

Personal and group boundary are what allows free will and specialisation and personal peace and wellbeing to happen: not enforced homogenisation and forcing everyone to ‘tolerate everything’ as if their natural, personal individual position was somehow morally inferior.

Space and Boundary are what allows people to live with freedom from oppression and all the other lovely values the clinton/remain brigade so often spout.  Not the oppression of the majority and enforced integration, but healthy space and freedom to live in zones that celebrate ways of life.. Oh wait, we have those - they are called countries and communities.

Go form a commuity to live that way instead of dictating  to the whole world they should live by your ideals.  Then, when you do that, like the 'old' generations before you (who helped Brexit / Trump), you'll find out why you need boundary - its an experiential process, not a theory, so no snappy comebacks from zero experience because I've seen communities all over the UK try to live by idealism and every single on is falling foul of good ol' human gripes n foibles.  Because you can not idealise those away, you can only pretend it for so long.  The communities that DO make it all do so either for religious, business or figurehead reasons.

Our individual position is our uniqueness and no matter how much we may not like anothers, they have a right to it, no matter how dumb it is to you.  They have been given a space in the world the same as you by the same unknown forces – you are entering fascism when you want to force peoples behaviours and thoughts.

And if you take a position of superiority, your just another narcissist with no respect.  Sadly, many in academia and city states are exactly that due to their techno culture.

No, the left and the so called ‘awake’ in the remain and Clinton camps need to snap out of it, grow up, and instead of seeking to undo in panic, they need to realise the difference between aspiration and ideation and ‘where we are at’ as a species.  The truth is out there, they just don’t want to look, and frankly, the mood of that camp is contributing to the very miasma that the evil forces want.

2016s politics was a great victory for humanity. But it means that all the buried feelings are going to come up now – because the window dressed ideology mask has to drop, and truth of our human writhings must surface before it can be mastered.

It is not likely to be pretty in some places, but it feels more Real to me, because it is the truth.

The most oppressed minority on earth is the individual, and in 2016, they spoke.

This was Part 3.

Part 1 Brexit and Trump make 2016 a great victory for humanity

Part 2 the madness of the city states and academia over Brexit/Trump

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the madness of the city states and academia over Brexit / Trump

There is so much babble on the web about ‘how could trump get in’ and ‘how could brexit happen’  and all these allegedly educated folks run around their cities trying to work out the psychology of it all.

You see, you cannot actually trust the opinion of people who live in city states, nor the students, to understand what is at stake with things like unbounded immigration.

Picture a restaurant or club in paris, London, prague, LA… or a university campus in the same: other than for the menu, you may not know where you are.  There is a homogenised monoculture already present in all the city state and university.   They have nothing to lose with such policies.  Nothing.

London is not indicative of ‘the UK’, nor is its racial mix, nor its culture.  Similarly neither is Paris of France, Prague of Czech, nor LA, DC nor NY of America.  Nor are the university campuses.

These city states and academic institutions have already lost their connection to the national heritages and so do not see anything lost with more people coming in.  Indeed, for them, there is nothing lost, for they have already lost it, or in the case of the city states, natives have never ‘had it’: instead living in the mini ecosystem of that city.  How can they be trusted with decisions of national sovereignty?  (I’m just mirroring back to those mental snobs who said that about ‘the racists’ and ‘the country folk’ and ‘the old’)

As for the millennials, well, they cannot really be considered national citizens for the most part – not to exclude them, but because most of them did not grow up playing out all day in the fields.  Most of them have been brought up immersed in television and the internet, making them global citizens by default, national citizens secondarily.

And if you look at the interests of many of them, that is indeed how their values seem to run:  global interest first, then local.

So, the two main groups that voted Democrat and Remain could not, if you ask me, be trusted with the vote due to their disconnection with the price.  I happen to know that many in academia have the same thoughts about the ‘backward rural folks’ who voted Trump and Brexit:  that they did not know what was at stake and perhaps should not have been trusted with the vote.

Funny that.

This was Part 2.

This is Part 1: Brexit and Trump make 2016 a great victory for humanity

This is Part 3: a word to the young if you think the old sold you out on Brexit / Trump

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Brexit and Trump makes 2016 a Victory for humanity

If I could pick anyone, ever, that I could stick in any decade of (euro)American history and they would fit perfectly, it would be Trump.  Stick him in a Stetson and spurs and dump him anywhere on the US of A timeline.  He fits. He, for me, is the archetypal America (Not the same as ‘american’).  Bolshy, arrogant, flash with cash, confident, bonkers, sexist, emotional, volatile, bold and generous gestures (within the limits of his vision), quick to change his mind, slightly immature…   I love the fact America put him in.

For me, at least it’s a dumpling of a human that got in with seemingly local vision, and responding to the human feeling in America with his own, rather than its showcase ideologies.   There is a human honesty in his imperfection, despite the people he hangs around with.  Compared to Babylons top choice: anything-goes warmongering Hillary pretend-at-perfection, openly talking war on new fronts and gung ho for it (ie ‘If I’m the president, we will attack Iran;’ ‘Assad must go’)  but repeating all the showcase ideologies to woo the academia and youth who haven’t been around long enough to see what folks like her are really about.

It was not a vote for the ‘lesser of two evils’.  It was a vote between ‘bad and evil’ for me.  And thankfully, the vote was for the bad choice (just like Brexit/Remain – another result I am happy with).

It would be nice if everyone can learn the distinction with wonderful examples like this recent US election and Brexit.  M Scott Peck wrote a whole book about the difference between bad and evil because he reckoned folk had lost sense of the difference.

Clinton is just evil: pretends to be doing it for good, but it really and quite obviously is not.  Trump is just trump.  He does not connive and conceal in quite the same way.  If you busted him, he would eventually admit it: but never ever folks like Clinton, Blair et al

I would rather die in a world war started  by Trump having some mad irrational teenage reaction  to something than by the cold and calculating step by step agenda of the Clinton/Bush Cartel of recent decades.

I know the end result is the same, but I see the wonderful divine comedy and honest reflection of humanity in Trump pressing the button instead of Hillary because ‘it was the time that we planned all those years ago.’

Another reason I am glad about Trump is that, just like Brexit, it shows there are more thinking humans willing to own their feelings and claim them than idealists and the young who seem to simply lack the personal boundary themselves to understand the value and purpose of boundary on a national and international scale.

The collectivists did not realise they had been wooed by the globalists and, still now, cannot seem to see the horrors that lie ‘that way.’

The most oppressed minority in the world is the individual, and in 2016, they spoke: Brexit and Trump were victories of individualism over collectivism for me, and I consider it a victory for humanity over evil.

The Only Problem Is...

The very ones who claim the positive progressive open minded ‘awake educated informed position (more liberal left feminist press from the guardian to huff post and most MSM) are doing whatever they can to overturn the revealed fact that they are in the minority as a perspective.  They refuse to see this and call everything from conspiracy to recount to denial.  Instead of looking at what could be learned, they have instead defamed and insulted the Brexit/Trump camp with their naïve presumption that the most vocal groups in the runup and aftermath are the majority of those that voted that way. 

Instead of looking to the hordes of thinking individuals from free marketers to libertarians to sovereign thinkers to well educated, well travelled individuals ’.  They’re not mouthy because they don’t seek a platform to try to get others to live like them.  I cannot speak for any or all of them, but from what I have seen, that is generally true.   So, the mouthy lot – the racist and bigoted groups who do seek a platform, well, they seem to get the ‘credit’ by the MSM because of the volume (and especially from the collectivists and their outlets) and woe and wailing follows instead of enquiry and adapation.

The hypocrisy of the so called open minded ‘educated awake’ is staggering in their close minded and bigoted behaviour and lack of ability to see beneath the surface here – and really, their opinion can only be taken as half the story, as with the tale of the individual is only half the story.

We of course have to interact with other nations.  But we should certainly not homogenise: that is a madness of cancerous proportions.  Literally. The illusion of diversity with the loss of exactly that:  and that is why the opinions of the narcissistic self –appointed ‘educated informed elite enlightened evolved ones’ who live in large cities and academia and many ‘new agers’ need to see the lens they are missing, and until then, their view is filtered and cannot be trusted to be sensible.

Follow on posts:

Part 2 the madness of the city states and academia over Brexit/Trump

Part 3 a word to the young if you think the old sold you out on Brexit / Trump

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