Election 2016 and The Great Societal Paradox

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By Ozzie Thinker | Ozzie Thinker

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We “categorise” morality and determine anyone that thinks differently must be insane, evil or a combination of the two. Whether you voted for Clinton or Trump or were Rand Paul, Bernie Sanders supporters or even backed that (anything but) Libertarian Party, you sided with morality brands.

A lot of them carried more or less identical messages, when boiled down. I, personally, don’t agree with fake righteousness or the puerile cosmetic synthesis behind the comparable factions that coexist to form governments.  Therefore, this time I have done more than remove the mask that disguises two faced society. This time I expose horrors in unsuspecting places. Occasional critics label me “Mr Tough Love” and here I guarantee I will not win any friends so I had better give my book a fair plug before I totally lose all of you. “The Beauty of Existence Decoded” is a delightful read, providing you are a genius and, in context with this article, it is surprising topical. In the unlikely event any of you decide to leave your egos at the gate and go on the discovery tour, donation details can be found here. Thank you to those of you that have had the foresight to take the plunge. Maybe my music channel will go some way to making ammends to those I have “offended”. Audio versions of some of my exo-political articles can be found at Trippy’s Magical Video Emporium.

I have a problem with truth

Most people behave subjectively even when trying to be objective, so how can truth be anything more than a tool as it is currently used; as the means to an end? In that context, when truths aren’t arguablybeneficial they are ignored, so truths aren’t truths at all. Thus, people reflecting on real truths deliberately miss the point, because, otherwise, the point would assuredly come back to bite in all sorts of guises.  If that was to happen, consequences, naturally, would be dire. Arguers would not only look stupid but, God forbid, truth would highlight their only sane way out of it; their only way forward would ensure lateral changes or reversals of opinions was the singular congruous option.

Of course, if heeded properly, that grand watershed would assuredly snowball into a domino effect negotiating changes of stance left, right and centre. Though, maybe most importantly, the metamorphosis could not be complete without different routines and different lives. Perhaps I can present this in a different way. People that vote in elections go through the motions. They vote for ideals that never materialise because of their addiction to personal conventions. Where these conventions originated is a whole ‘nother discussion, of course. From the idealistic standpoint, the mere act of solidarity with self transcends the result. The fact that the ideals never materialised, nor could they underscores the paradox between “belief for beliefs’ sake” and manifest reality.

That is why the whole voting mechanism is built on the fundamentals of exclusion. Do you think the “powers” are stupid? They knew the gig was up long before the people had thought they had figured the significance of slavery. Governments monopolise standards and academia to ensure their chosen corporations are mostly given a free commerce reign and only “A trackers” have influence and money for the “training” required for decent jobs, with scant exception.

Some argue the last real politician was John F Kennedy. Now, for certain, there are only “theory touting” plastic candidates with reprepared scripts that confound the right messages the wrong way or make the wrong messages seem bizarrely palatable. All candidates work from identical policy schedules, so choice is reduced to individual personalities, social backgrounds and particular brands of “body odour”. In conjunction with this, vane, intellect wanton reasoning limits all jargon to “any fool can see it” rhetoric or, put more succinctly, this sort of “candour” is only for fools.

Under those conditions, candidates can’t be voted in unless they tell a precession of untruths or outright lies.  Other than those noteworthy “trainee Messiahs”, would be leaders are voted out. The one that was selected was the best of the “no better” bunch and he or she wasn’t voted for. To put it in contextual terms dealing with the here and now of busy today, when people appear to vote in Clinton, they actually vote out Trump.

There is something else associated with this syndrome; something far more menacing. The great societal paradox is people say one thing and do another. Action always ultimately defies principled beliefs. I can’t rely on anything anyone says because the chances are they aren’t telling the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

In the spirit of hyperbolic populism, I hear endless spineless protests against the dreadful “banksters”, most regularly of the Federal Reserve variety, by people with umbilical connections to just about all of their value added networks. So the reality, the truth (don’t you just hate it?), is everyone, without exception (i.e. including you), lives and breathes by (parasites off) the system you only have profanities for. Now do you see why I don’t take “truthers” seriously? It’s all bullshit. This is the reality. Brace yourselves.  Because no one really trusts the next man (euphemised as the stranger or goyim), banking infrastructures have attained near divine status thanks to your cowardly collateral support.

Principled beliefs may well dictate the banking system is run by social pariahs and money is worthless, yet action assures your parasitic commitment to roguish financiers is unbreakable. Not one person that dropped $100 in the street would see the irony that nothing was lost. You would all retread paths day and night if you felt there was an inkling of a chance of “redeeming the loss”. It is for that reason alone the bankers are able to behave like pariahs with relative impunity. People will always be parasites and those that level criticisms at banking instruments are absolute hypocrites. If you don’t like that wilful accusation, set up systems of your own and prove me wrong. While you use their banking system you have no right to criticise it beyond highlighting contractual obligations in place not being met.

Everyone that isn’t a banking affiliate is unfairly critical of the system

We know why. It is because it is perceived as a generator of costs “out of thin air and to no overall benefit”. How did I put it before?Any fool can see it”. In order to avoid the point (truth), grand commercial conspiracies involving [fake] Levites or blood sucking Federal Reserve vampires balloon into either misdirected propaganda or blatantly untrue talking points. There certainly is a conspiracy, but no one seems the slightest bit interested in coming to terms with it. No weight is given the importance of the gold standard; not “gold”, but the gold standard. Few, if any, seem to realise it collapsed in 1797 from ongoing “bull markets, stocks collapse” cycles infamously highlighted by the 1720 demise (“South Sea Bubble”) of the South Sea Company, having been created by private enterprise in 1711 to consolidate and reduce the cost of national debt.

To the hypocrites, Federal Reserve issuing worthless (i.e. unbacked) paper currency (Papiermark) in Germany 1914 (whilst vigorously touting the importance of the gold standard as the counterweight for “fair trade” at every opportunity) is unknown and presumed irrelevant. You all whine incessantly about the 3% commission charge on printed currency. Banknotes presumably design themselves, print themselves, store themselves and distribute themselves securely by magic at no cost? Will Mr Trump be issued with a wizard’s wand once in office? Given that precedent, it is my opinion that when alternative financial systems spring up, they will be dealt with in exactly the same way.  Remembering George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” (which implied intellectual working classes were nothing short of tyrants in waiting) the various rigged barter mechanisms (Bitcoin included) that have sprung up post “social awakening” have all been put into motion to advantage those that established them. There is no real altruism anywhere.

Reactionary societies instinctively thrive on blame game. Faceless protests are the modern day terms of revolution. Truth has largely been reduced to off the cuff talking points strategically geared mostly to expand cultivated empires of dissent. At the end of the day, even when privateers are viscerally only in it for fame (or perhaps destiny is a better word), everyone knows where there’s fame there’s fortune. Followers that tag onto a movement, taking the joy ride, find populism is easy and the quickest way to ensure redundancy is to buck the system. Thus, every single “truther club” is, consequentially, its own self-censoring dictatorship. Only truths that fit the bill (cultural propaganda) are welcome.

In other words, those valiant truthers’ scales of justice are always skewed in favour of whichever branded arguments suit the flow. Impact is everything, so even mild attacks against their prosthetic virtues are treated as though each was a barbaric assault against supreme order of the most divine blessing. Defences are cordially zealous and spitefully regimented, as to be expected. Insignificance is exaggerated way out of proportion in order to startle but most gaping issues are avoided like the plague. Laughably, even mainstream propaganda will be aggressively championed by our devoted zealots provided it’s a good flavour. Give them a whiff of “child sex” and they’ll be in like jackals on a rancid carcass.


Jon Rappoport spells the problem out in stereo here. As far as truthers are concerned, responsible anger directed at the dozen or so “innocents” killed by police rage grossly outweighs the “non-importance” that thousands beyond thousands die from resulting unrestricted gun controls and lethally armed populations because that would conflict with your 2nd amendment “rights” (i.e. a gun owner has the right to indiscriminately kill you in cold blood, justifications notwithstanding).

Ineffective local inner city management has nothing to do with it by their reasoning. Jon Rappoport and I disagree. We are also well aware of the long prior German and Russian “government” attacks on unarmed citizens. However, if the United States statistics keep progressing on current track, there won’t be anyone left to kill. Okay, that’s an exaggeration.

Now even I’m doing it!

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Originally entitled: “The Great Societal Paradox – Action That Defies Principled Beliefs”

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