The dominant paradigm disturbs me.
OK. Enough of my body. It is too much to have those pictures up there. Takes the focus off what I’m obviously here to do…..
Insult every aspect of modern life and the guilty characters in it as much as I can!
So let us continue with the trouble brewing at C.E.R.N……
To be continued……..
I’m a bit serious about the donate button as things are tough in the richest State in the World.
Especially when you are considered an enemy of it. A bit melodramatic, I guess, but when you are vulnerable to the actions of the State in any essential service you tend to feel it’s cruel arbitrary nature. Predicated on the harsh realities of the wrong end of government deficit spending in a business cycle that has been deformed into a slave to servicing the bubbles blown by central banks and their private metastases (retail banking industry). All in an effort to save the financial industry no matter what the cost the the real economy it used to service rather than be the master of.
But these are changed times and the thinking that surrounds these conjuring tricks has become crippled by it’s sophistication that has broken down to sophistry and is now unable to justify it’s existence any more. Our debt burden has come to a point in this globalized financial market-place.
It is a statement of fact that when the LNP government here has financial problems the first and only thing they do is punish the symptom of the economic down-turn which is the unemployed and welfare depending individuals and families. They don’t stimulate because that just means more debt that has to be paid for. Under the present circumstances our collective debt being overwhelming because of the interest that has compounded on this debt over time.
You can’t get a straight answer out of government flunky economists because they are not only paid not to know they aren’t even taught that banks affect the economy at all in skool.
I can tell you all I’m SICK and TIRED of writing such doom and gloom but it’s what I see and what I know. You do NOT want to become dependent on a failing social security system because when you do you effectively loose your ability to complain because you have accepted the terms and conditions of that welfare assistance. When you get old that means you effectively become hidden from the view of the public that maybe horrified by the way the elderly have their dignity systematically stripped away from them as they are forced to comply with a care regime that is operated in an environment of inadequate funding leading to equipment failure or lack thereof. Add to all that the under staffing of care giving positions so that budgetary constraints can be complied with and you get a system that just cannot deliver a quality of life that most people would hope to expect when they are at their most vulnerable. We sometimes think that living in an institution such as an aged care facility wouldn’t be too bad but I can tell you that from working in one or two over the years it’s from the residence own words that tell me otherwise.
After years of ignoring these experiences to then years of thinking and researching them I made an attempt to understand our shared experience of this life. It’s been a difficult process to engage with but some people can put it all together in a way that can be regarded as allegorical and/or factual. I will give you a link to this researcher who is speaking in a church; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OdGXCYVtag&t=9032s
He makes sense to me at the moment and whether we want to admit it or not our laws and culture all come out of what he speaks about.
Not a surprise as they have all the time and money in the world to make sure people like me are crushed as soon as we show ourselves or any talent we may have.
We’re just seen as a threat to society that will do anything rather than hear the truth.