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Graeystone Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2018
"We gave YOU a Constitutional Republic. . .if YOU can keep it." - Attributed to Ben Franklin when asked what kind of Government the US will have.
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2018  Professional General Artist
The Federalist Papers are the detailed explanation of what the Constitution is and means. That is why those papers are barely a foot note in school, provided they are even mentioned at all. They explain things like how it requires personal response ability and that no form of government is some protective magical device and that anything can be corrupted through gross negligence.
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Graeystone Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2018
Exactly. One of the biggest historical inaccuracies that I've heard in the past couple of years(besides calling our Republic a Democracy) - "Berkley is the birthplace of the Free Speech Movement."

Not only do people say that have the wrong side of the country, they are off by a couple of centuries.
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2018  Professional General Artist
Convince a nation that being wrong and making mistakes is a bad thing, and you create a nation in which people are afraid of learning anything and instead will blindly believe whatever authority is willing to provide them with a false sense of approval.
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Graeystone Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2018
Courage Emboldens.
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2018  Professional General Artist
Hatred feeds on fear. Which is why the main stream media is 24 / 7 fear.
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Graeystone Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2018
Rule Of The Tyrant - "Why inspire Loyalty when Fear works just as well."
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menapia Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2018
Going by the title have you been reading Sinclair Lewis' book "It can't happen here"?, strange thing is that when Trump got elected every bookshop I visited just weirdly decided to have a special on the reprinted book....odd that.

Arbitrary rule is always going to be in the sidelines, whether it's the Irish Sheedy case or the 1929 John Barkoski case where a miner was quite simply whipped off the streets by the Coal & Iron police and beaten to death - a former miner and eventual Judge called Michael Musmano wrote a novel called "Black Fury" based on the incident and tried to have this private police force abolished.

Arbitrary rule isn't just a threat from govt. but from organizations which can have an overbearing influence on a community, like the coal companies in Pennsylvania & Virginia which twisted the State' arms into allowing them a private police force, next stop the Blair County War/The Battle of Blair Mountain - the biggest insurrection since the Civil War.
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2018  Professional General Artist
Agreed. Kennedy called those organizations "secret societies". When systems lack transparency, shady people influence things from the shadows.
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Graeystone Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2018
Look at what has happened with the FBI. Is Trump some kind of Washington or Lincoln? Heck no and if he doesn't watch himself he'll become just another Carter or Obama.

However I will say one thing for Trump - Accidentally or on purpose, he has shined a light on quite a few characters who work from the shadows.

Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2018  Professional General Artist
Yep. As I like to say: I'm happy Trump became president, but NOT for any reason most people would think of.

I don't believe that evil is a person, but rather a virus. Not a biological virus, of course. But one made of energy, in the sense that computer code is made of energy and a computer can be co-opted by malware. This type of virus is dependent upon the same thing a computer virus is dependent upon: to be able to run without the end user being aware that it is there. Once you know it is there, measures can be taken to purge it. If however its presence is not known, or worse -- people refuse to know and instead prefer a state of willful ignorance -- then this sort of virus can do its worst damage.

The devil isn't a red guy with horns. That would be an easy enemy to beat. But an energetic pandemic that people are afraid to even acknowledge the possibility of: now that, is a formidable enemy.
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Graeystone Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2018
The Virus is called Sin and the Cure is called Jesus Christ.

As for Satan, here is another Bible Verse-
2Co 11:14And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.

Not exactly Red Guy With Horns or some Hollywood Nightmare Monster.
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2018  Professional General Artist
Words of course merely being language, and thus subject to interpretation: it is important to study the nature of something and the mechanics of how it works, rather than to blindly believe one's own personal interpretation of a buzzword.

Jesus said one is saved through faith, but faith is merely the doorway to knowledge. It was never meant to be blind and ignorant.

If we look at sin or whatever word anyone wants to use that means the same thing, the mechanics of it is like a computer virus.

Sadly, most Christians know nothing of the teachings of Jesus, they just virtue signal the buzzword "Christ" and feel that as long as they virtue signal this "buzzword" that they are "saved" no matter how shady they are. To use an old BBSing tagline:  "Jesus died for our sins, so lets not disappoint him!"

Sadly, that is the exact interpretation that most Christians make. As if Jesus is an "all access free pass" to do as much shady shit as you want, and still be "saved".

People also don't understand what the word "repent" means. It is not confession like most people think it is. It is a "fuck it point". A point of epiphany and realization. A point at which someone says "the way I've been is no longer sustainable, and I must change!". It is a profound deeply personal revelation.

Most people also (in my opinion) don't understand the true nature of the death of Christ, what "being saved" is and what "going to hell" is.

I personally think that humanity's current understandings of Quantum Physics (however limited it may be at this point) helps to make these concepts better understood, because I don't think that science in any way, shape or form contradicts God. Science is a term humans have created as a label which is meant to represent our journey of exploration into the knowledge of how things work. God never at any point said we are not granted access to this knowledge. In fact, seek and yea shall find, goes right along side the intention of true science -- as true science is a seeking.

If physical reality is technically non-physical (and all signs point to this being so) and if we live in a multiverse as opposed to a universe (and all signs point to this being so), then to me this makes it much more clear as to what Jesus was talking about and how he did the things he did. Especially if we accept that this non-physical reality acts at its basic core, more like a computer program than anything. Computers are merely our own acknowledgment that we're beginning to have more clarity about reality. It does not mean reality is fake and we're living inside of a computer program. Scientists need to learn more about what metaphor is. Humans create metaphors all the time, and our technological tools are no exception.

Rather than hell being a place, it is a state of existence in which sin, the mental malware or whatever buzzword anyone cares to use -- is ruling as an authority. Seeing as with free will choice people will believe as they wish to regardless of any facts or evidence presented to them -- this makes perfect sense (to me anyways) as to why it is not God who "sends anyone to hell" but rather the human who condemns themselves.

The current state of Earth, is hell. We're born into hell. This is hell. It is not God's fault that this is so, we've made it this way. As Jesus said, all that he has done we are also able to do and greater still. And with faith as small as a mustard seed, we can move mountains and so on. These "Christ-capabilities" are as such that humans are using them 24 / 7. The question is, what do we have faith in? What we have faith in, is the world we create. So far, the state has been the golden calf we worship. We've totally wrecked the place. Using these capabilities through our faith in all things nasty and depraved, we have manifested this hellscape around us. This is very triggering information to those who are against taking personal response ability. The blame game is so addicted, we never want to think that we actually have had a hand in creating the hellscape around us. We want to blame criminals and politicians and God and the devil and blame this and blame that but oh never never never could it possibly be that we could have ever had a hand in any of it. We're just the poor powerless victims. Yeah. Horse shit.

Jesus showed us that we create our own "cross of suffering" that we nail ourselves to through or worship of our metaphoric golden calves, and that it is possible for us to come off from our own crosses, and be "born again" or "resurrected" through the willingness to abandon our mental malware. A willingness to "make ourselves an empty cup". Which is why he said "let the children come to me, for it is such as these which shall inherit the kingdom of heaven". The point being, little children haven't yet learned to be jaded assholes.

Now if we take Quantum Physics and superposition into account, this brings to great clarity what is meant by "in my father's house, there are many mansions".

This line of thinking that I am suggesting is repulsive to most, because it implies that we have a duty to take personal response ability and end the blame game.
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Graeystone Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2018
Jesus said one is saved through faith, but faith is merely the doorway to knowledge. It was never meant to be blind and ignorant.
Yep, Walk by faith, not by sight.
It doesn't mean we walk around with eyes closed with the faith that Jesus will keep us safe. . .chances are Jesus would walk a person right into a wall to teach them not to act like that.

Nature of Reality/Universe-
Last year 1000 more galaxies were discovered. On average galaxies are quite a few billions(trillions?) of miles apart from each other. Keeping that in mind the Universe just that much bigger. . .
Then there is Earth itself. The planet we live on is much bigger than we are. Sure we understand much about it more so than the Universe at large. Realizing how big just about everything else is compared to one's self should be a humbling experience. And since I believe God created everything. . .yeah. . .God in all His Glory just got bigger and does make me thankful that Jesus gave up His Glory to Sacrifice Himself like He Did.

Actually we are born into Sin, not Hell. Hell is permanent. As for the rest of about what you said about the sad story state of the planet and humanity in general. . ,bad news-  Things will be getting worse. Good news - God provides, love survives, faith prevails, hope is in all of us, always persevere.
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2018  Professional General Artist
Sin, hell, mental malware. All are just words in a language, nothing more. What those words are attempting to represent is important, but I think that we're all tricked into not knowing the difference, and we're all tricked into assuming we do and defending our position. Life is change and nothing is permanent. The illusion of permanence is created by the fact that some cycles take thousands of years to complete and the average human lives nowhere near as long.

The Universe is designed to move towards harmony, what we call hell is merely our dislike of the consequences when we push the design and the design pushes back.

I personally feel that most Christians break the first commandment every second of every day. Thou shalt not have any other gods before god. When a human perceives their paradigm filter perspective view of what someone is saying up on a pulpit, which equally is also a paradigm filter perspective view -- this inevitably and unavoidably leads to the human being mistaking their own point of view for being the will of God. Humans always anthropomorphizing their own dysfunctions onto the creator. This sentiment that I have about it is not going to bode well with most Christians because I am accusing most if not all Christians of not knowing the difference between their own perspectives and the actual will of god, and that this willful ignorance leads to the perpetual and unavoidable breaking of that commandment.

It is the same mistake of perspective that allows both Christians and Non-Christians to neither understand nor accept that every human has their own unique view of reality as defined by and manipulated by their own life experiences. From each person's view, they feel that they are experiencing some universal reality that everyone shares. This is why when speaking of OTHERS it is an easy thing to say "I respect their right to their opinion" but when someone says it to us, it is highly offensive because we're being accused of having an opinion, where as we think we have the almighty all knowing immutable facts of God, science, the universe and reality and that anyone who views it differently is either lying about it, or is merely just a fool who needs to be on medication.

Everyone or at the very least most people break the second commandment every second. Thou shalt have no idols. Wall Street. Statism. False authorities. Worship of celebrities. Even the worship of paradigms in the form of group think. Even the worship of normalized fear through refusal to change.

You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain. Vain meaning vanity. Narcissism. Virtue signaling. To swear oath to God that it surely is not your fault. It was God. Or the devil. Or those damned illuminati. Or whatever. But they swear to God, it can't ever be their fault. Oh no, oh no. That is what people always do.

I could go deep into each one and into how we all technically break them all. Even murder. The fact that we allow for entities that make war a profitable racket means we're all guilty of not only murder, but genocide. Lowered self esteem inevitably leads to coveting and stealing. We all steal by proxy of allowing the thieves who run the world steal on our behalf. We break them all. Either directly, or by actions and inactions that allow the thieves and murderers to continue to run the world.

Try telling a war vet that hell isn't on Earth. You'll get some evidence to show that your perspective on what is and isn't hell might need to be re-examined.
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menapia Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2018
Whether it's the local county planning officer taking a bung from a small town business cartel or in the Sheedy case a Supreme Court Judge talking to the sister of Philip Sheedy who drunkenly killed Anne Ryan in a car crash and then releasing the guy early without telling the police - in that case a friend of the victim's family saw the bugger walking on the main street.

And of course such influence harms the community e.g. the levy everyone has to pay here because the Quinn Co. insurance empire went bust or the behind the curtains plot to get taxpayers to bail out the bank - check out Anglo tapes online
 
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2018  Professional General Artist
It is amazing how many people still seem to think that even the mere existence of organized crime is some unrealistic fairy tale that just couldn't possibly happen. They're living in a reality bubble.

Statism has truly become a religion.

I don't think the golden calf story in the bible is trying to warn us not to melt gold into animal figurines. It is warning us that when we toss discernment out the window and blindly believe stuff, that manipulative people can do their dirty work. It is the essence of the phrase "theres a sucker born every minute". It is why the financial center building on Wall Street has that very same golden (in this case, bronze) bull out in front of the place. It is saying "you worship us as your new god, and this is how we've made suckers out of you all!".
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menapia Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2018
Ah, heck sounds like a giant golden Arse with a sign saying "Kiss here" would be more appropriate.....hell it would make a eye-catching piece of surrealist art 
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paradigm-shifting Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2018  Professional General Artist
Sounds about right.
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