Tag: education

DO LIES TERRORIZE?

As one who doesn’t take seriously Marjorie Taylor Greene and who believes she does herself a disservice by continuing in manic right-wing chauvinism, one is still surprised to agree with her assertion that an audit is required on the topic of the US funding to Ukraine for the war with Russia.   read more

TRAINED VICTIMS

The fascinating reality of abuse is that after the perpetrator has indoctrinated the target into acceptance, the abuser no longer needs to commit abuse while the target carries on the persona alone.  Another perspective is that we can each be our own worst enemy.  And that may be the reason the characters displaying as leaders gain power.  Fascinating is the FACT of a 2020 Presidential campaign in which candidates elected into power had not touched upon the topic of rights of a woman to control her own body.  Allegations brought by women about harassment, in FACT, were ignored.  So in 2022 we shouldn’t be surprised at the lip service from said leaders, with absolutely no action to protect intrinsic rights of women. read more

DEFINE EDUCATION

Capitalism is hierarchy controlling a system that cannot function as democracy under these constraints. read more

PERCEPTION DEVOID OF REALITY

Dictatorship is easier when perception is taken as reality. read more

WHAT WILL REPLACE CAPITALISM?


Someone asked a completely relevant question which was “what will replace capitalism”?  The answer was entirely too glib but deeply truthful which was “soul”.  Surely preoccupation was the cause of this reply, combined with dismay that over years of discussion as to the universe of possibilities of replacement of capitalism, this question was asked.  In FACT it is a timely question as we are beginning to recognize that capitalism is a Pyramid Scheme.  Capitalism like communism thrives when a Free Press is replaced by corporate-owned-state-influenced MSM that has given us news blackouts whenever anyone mentions what will replace capitalism.  But once again, the possibilities are endless.
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WHY SHOULD WOMEN OWN WOODS?

Filling out the following NYS survey about broadband and asking my husband the answers to questions about which I am uninformed, he asked, “why are you doing so much work for them for free?”  Good point.  The reason was I was ultimately wishing to ask about our electrical grid that goes out periodically for no reason.  This is a more crucial issue than broadband.  Again one wishes to remind that our NYS NYSEG utility company is owned by a company in Spain, which nation is quite friendly with Russia.  More power to them, but another FACT is the increasing electrical rates in our area, the unreliable service, and the enormous cost transferred from local-community, poverty-burdened Upstate NY people to wealthy corporations in Spain. read more

SELLING THE SIZZLE, NOT THE STEAK


The student-loan anomaly seems to be an example of capture of generations of the public into a requirement to support lifestyle that seems beneficial to hierarchy.  If the reason for education is first to provide personal autonomy, debt is a bad start.  When the debt pays for education that indoctrinates into an economic system that promotes the hierarchy that provides the education, more questions are raised.  This seems to be an example of imperialism considered in an individual way, to keep it simple.
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CHALLENGE DELUSION

Indoctrination seems to be an ability to pretend to what can be obvious isn’t.  This works best, it seems, during group think.  Apparently it is soothing to agree with others, even if that requires delusion. read more

INFLUENCE OF MEDIA


Your problem isn’t books.

And why would the entrenched interests within the Republican/Democratic duopoly consider untoward methods in retaining power that insult principles of a democratic (small d) Constitutional republic?  Perhaps self-interest is a motive—– read more

HUMAN AND NATURE RIGHTS


One would think harm inflicted upon people and nature would be a topic of interests as relates to the roll out of the 5G network, but not until airline concerns were raised has a top been put to enactment of a system that hasn’t as yet been sufficiently investigated for health concerns. read more

STRIVING FOR FREEDOM

The USA has presumed capitalism as “our system”, rather than regard for principles of a democratic (small d) Constitutional republic.  Capitalism has a goal of profit.  Profit in the USA means money.  People who have no money and are attempting survival under capitalism do not have freedom. read more

VOTING RIGHTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY

Promising is the renewed interest in voting and our government.  It does however raise several questions about voters. read more

IDENTIFY THE THREAT

Complexity on a topic is recognized by some people at the same time another group will see none.  Centralization that also can be found in globalism mean hierarchical personalities set a standard to which a very diverse public is required to meet.  To meet this arbitrary standard may not produce a healthy society. read more

WHOSE LIFE IS IT?

Parents seem deprived of the natural right to raise their own children in the manner they choose by a system that has become curiously totalitarian as applied to education.  This may set the mood for parental over reaction in self defense.  At the same time, one cannot imagine a better opportunity for parents to open discussion with their children after a topic is raised that may be uncomfortable to both.  That seems more of an opportunity for parents than a harm to children.  That our educational system seems used as a babysitting service for the convenience of commercial Establishment to promote a progress based on greed, privilege, and exploitation seems to expose a broader problem. read more

SACRED POLITICS

The guest of Russell Brand seems to make the connection between the sacred which must be eternal, and attempts by political ideology that attempts to own the same. read more