The tone is more towards the Political. We often associate Politics with ‘Governments.’ However, we cannot talk about Politics unless we understand the fundamentals of Sociology.
Politics is a ‘Science.’ You go to school to learn ‘Political Science.’ It is a science by way of being the Science of Policy Making. To understand the science, one must be able to recognize and understand patterns – social and economical. One must understand social behavior – what are trends and what are fads.
Social behavior predicts the direction of specific markets – like the job market, the investment markets, and even the natural resources market (after all, what’s the point if your number one export is coal when governments are prohibiting the development, construction and usage of Coal Fire Plants for energy?) It affects the choices a community’s citizens make. When no new industries are introduced to a community to create new jobs, that community faces eminent collapse – or forced to draw more debt in the attempt to sustain itself (for a short while.)
Political change is a part of the topography of any society.
We just have to look at Israel, which is moving towards a more centrist ideology and away from expansionism, as the population is crying out for ‘Peace’ with their neighbors in Palestine.
The current Israeli Administration is at odds with pretty much every political nation on their stance of expansionism, which as flown in the face of decades of peace negotiations between their people and the Palestinians…
The people are fed-up and have the political will to create change in that country…
Yet, we will see the cost as time elapses – perhaps they are ‘making a mistake.’ Or perhaps, this is the first step towards securing real and lasting Peace, in the Middle East.
"The aggressive, unprovoked acts of violence against Israel by Hezbollah and Hamas are revealing. It is clear they don't want peace, but rather seek the ultimate destruction of Israel." John Boehner
We therefore have a population who are ignorant to the world of Politics – and this is by design. After all, if we understood the discussion, we would be able to form informed and cogent opinions on the matter and offer viable solutions.
The political will to confuse and mare the world of Government from the general population is a form of control in order to assure that only those ‘initiated’ into that world can be allowed to moved within it.
This is the height of ‘Elitism.’
We, the general population, fail to understand that there are two Laws, two Rules, a gapping divide between two Worlds where fortune and power are at stake.
It was Gutele Schnaper, Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s wife who said, “If my sons did not want wars, there would be none.” She had five sons who took over aspects of their father’s Banking Empire, after his death in 1812. He orchestrated the War of 1812 between the United Kingdom and the newly formed United States in order to force the new country into debt, making it necessary to creating a Central Banking system – whereby the Government issues a Bond and the Central Bank issues an Interest Bearing Note. The primary means of repaying the interest is the foundation of creating artificial debt.
We talk about Political Issues – which are divisive, in the hope of understanding the underlining impacts it has on the quality of our daily lives. After all, we are creatures of habit and comfort.
But, it is the source of our knowledge base that is inherently flawed, as we base our ideas upon concepts that are fed to us by our Political Elites.
We learn to judge and distain members of our community in an attempt to distract us from the real issues. The central thesis is to keep us away from the corridors of Power and Influence. To keep us indebted to our Bankers who own our homes, and control the value of our money.
Our voice must be silenced. Our rights denied, at all costs – because our freedoms threaten the political Elites. And they are many steps ahead of us. They spend fortunes in researching the many spheres of Knowledge that are attached to concept of ‘Government.’ They’ve spent generations exploring the different reactions to specific conditions, all to impose tension on the population to observe how they would react. Studies are conducted and solutions drawn and disseminated amongst the Elite Class so that new variants of the previous conditions are drafted and put into practice – all for the purpose to maintain and expanding their control over Global Policies and Wealth generation.
They control wealth, power, government, the issuance and value of currency, market creation and collapse, investment tools, laws… All facets that throttle the spread of innovation, growth, health and happiness…
The key then is to take a moment, reserve our judgment and to look deeper into the issues at hand and to better understand the correlating effects upon those issues. We can easily and quickly see that everything is a deep manipulation so that our attention is drawn towards distractions and away from the real issues that underline every aspect of our lives.
It was Siddhartha that said, "I can think, I can wait, (and) I can fast."
These are the three greatest of virtues. Thinking allows us to see through the veil of deception and understand the undercurrents of reality. Waiting allows us the patience to see through our purpose and resist the impact of the choices of the world around us. And to fast is the ability to live without the attachments of our animal nature.
This is, at its core, why I write mostly about ‘Spirituality.’ Though I loath the term, it is the essence that our society understandings, and I’m constricted to abide by this language.
I cannot differentiate the two worlds – of ‘Politics’ and ‘Spirituality.’ Because, it is not by virtue that we live, but rather, we live by habit. Politics is the discussion of our daily needs and desires, both of which are aspects of our Spiritual nature. To ignore one would be to erase the underlying aspects of our nature – which is inherently invisible.
Through understanding a deeper description of our Nature, we are the better enabled to discern our choices and understand the choices of the people around us – understand their motivations towards thought and action. With clarity, we can demonstrate through rightness of action how to correct wrong thought and behavior. But both must be genuine and sincere. We cannot change the world through force, because Force is met by equal and opposing Force. This is why our greatest Spiritual Philosophers have always espoused the power of Love – which is the purest form of Understanding, Patience and Selflessness.