Thursday, 20 February 2014

Serving the System

Serving the System – How Free Are You, Really?

Alen Mischael Vukelić, Waking Times

The system teaches us that we are dumb creatures who just don’t get it. Somehow we are always too late, too slow, too uneducated to fulfill the guidelines that are put there in front of us. It teaches us that we are incapable of observing the world in which we live in.
All decision making has been eliminated from of our lives; the only decision you can make is to cooperate with the authorities who rule upon every aspect of your life. The old woman is never satisfied with us; she says we can do much better if we work just hard enough.
Observation is a natural gift given to all beings on this planet to be able to sustain themselves independently, and exactly this independence is the basis for a harmonious life with others.
Are You Independent?
First of all, everything you will read in this article is based on my personal observations and studies, and not on scientific evidence. ‘Scientific’ in the sense that it was neither tested in a laboratory nor artificially reproduced. Will this material still be of any value for you? Find out.
Everything Which is Not ‘Scientifically Proven’ – Does Not Exist
Whenever I write something which is not ‘scientifically proven’ – I can be sure to have a fierce debate down in the comment section, where everything will be torn apart into particles to ‘prove’ that everything I said is ‘incorrect’.
I’m amazed at the level of credit the scientific community has gotten through the years; it has reached levels of an astonishing follower-ship, where information put forward from institutions is taken ‘as is’ – no questions asked.
Their status is really huge since the inception of the rule that everything must be scientifically proven. We’ve finally got rid of quasi-knowledge, religious hysteria, and most of all ‘personal opinions’.
So that if you want to prove that something exists, you must be able to reproduce it artificially in a controlled environment.
However, I need to stretch that not anyone is allowed to do that but people who have the proper education to do so.
Even while writing this article, I always have in mind the scientific approach; I need to give you the whole story, the proper balance, the pros and cons, so that you might be able to draw your own conclusion on the basis of an unbiased selection of this material presented to you.
This is what you expect, you need to have the impression that I’m qualified to write about such topics, and that I will be able to back up my claims with sources, which lead all the way to the scientific community, which has enabled me to speak on this subject – in the first place.
Don’t Believe Anything I Say
But what if I can’t do that, or what if I just don’t give a damn? The thing is that I wouldn’t be doing it for me, but for you, to convince you that I know something that is worth sharing with you. However, why should I convince you of anything?
I think you are perfectly able to judge this information for yourself. This is what this whole article is about: Are we able to observe something, to have our original experience, and to understand it as something which happened to us for a reason?
Something which has no back-up, but our own understanding and evaluation of what happened? Does it have any significance outside your own perception? Can other people benefit from it? I mean – does your judgement count at all? This is what I want to talk about today.
Pick and Choose
The curse of duality wants it to be that you are wither in favor of something or you are against it. You can’t just pick and choose and put your own story together for one simple reason: You are not qualified.
I have said it so many times; we are not aware of the fact that everything we know was delivered to us ‘as is’ and that the illusion of an actual choice is more or less a game installed to entertain you.
As George Carlin put it: You choose whether you want to pay with ‘paper or plastic’, sit in a ‘smoking or non-smoking’, but what you don’t realize is that the actual palette of choices has been pre-defined. You can choose among 23 flavors of ice-cream, but you’ll have ice-cream nevertheless.
Left Smack or Right Smack?
Voting is another thing which gives us the illusion of choice. Of course you have your annual voting day – be it local or federal – however, the people that are put there as ‘choices’ have gone through the whole party apparatus, carefully selected and prepared by the party leaders, to give you the ‘opportunity’ to choose between two or maybe three political options.
But just imagine what this guy had to do to become a candidate: Do you think he (or she) could press for his own ideas while climbing the political hierarchy system inside the party he belongs to?
What chances are there to elect delegates with a completely opposed view to party politics? What kind of person will be favoured by party leaders? Is it the revolutionary or is it obedient? What do you think? Will the leadership try to protect itself from people who might be a danger to them after handing over their power?
Or do you think they will even take their chances on it? Whoever is selected must not endanger any of the current power structures or policies. You might think – so what? Every party wants to push their agenda – so what’s the big deal?
Cosmetician or Game Changer
Do you really believe it is possible to make any serious – not cosmetic – changes inside a system which is inherently opposed to any kind of progressiveness? I understand that people still like to vote, because it gives them a sense of relief to feel like they are the one who is actually deciding something and not the other way around, as it usually is.
But the names are there on the list – beforehand – all you can do is pick between person A, B, C, or D (chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, and lemon) – but don’t forget: you choose among flavors and not what you are going to eat.
Have you ever thought about: who are these guys and where do they come from? What is their background? How did they work their way to the top? Do you think they had to make concessions, perhaps even compromise their revolution to be able to climb the ladder?
Wrapping it Up
Do you think it is possible to crawl your way up to the top without doing so? If you were on top – would you be in favor of a revolution?
Powerful political parties are the best filters for democracy available. Whoever wants to pursue a political career needs to go through this filter, and whoever manages to get through to the other end will not be the same person anymore – mission accomplished.
What did I mean by saying you are not qualified to pick and choose your own reality? The answer is of course in the question; this tiny little word reality which makes the whole difference. Your reality has two options: 1. Someone picked it for you. 2. You assembled it yourself.
When you step back and look at it from a distance, you’ll see that all your choices are inside a given paradigm, and not something which you invented. So when does choice really start to be a choice? Can you choose something outside the given options?
The only choice we’ve made is to hand over our choices to government and regulators who decide what’s best for us. We let them regulate every aspect of our lives – to the smallest detail – and we get angry if someone, somewhere (maybe our neighbor) manages to slip through the mashes of regulation.
We hate those people; who do they think they are? Individuals who can do what they want? The system is perfect; we help it to catch the last outlaws who think they can fly.
Regulation is My Salvation
In one of our previous posts, there was a great example how deregulation helps to improve traffic to a degree where regulation itself becomes superfluous. We are suffocating in restrictions and requirements; the amount of new legislation every year is just crazy.
The sheer amount of it, makes it almost impossible not to break a law at some instance, because you are not busy enough reading the new decisions and commandments of this week’s government’s edition of: How to complicate the lives of our fellow citizens to a maximum degree of obscurity in 666 easy to follow steps – to create the perfect working bee.
Let’s Work
I wonder how many people truly realize what their chances are to reach a satisfying degree of success inside this current system. This video shows very well what I mean.
What are your chances to become one of those 85 people? Winning the lottery is much easier than this.
This guy isn’t really important; there is an illusion sold to billions of people that if they just work hard enough they might – one day in the distant future – be rewarded for their effort.
I don’t know what you think, but I believe it’s made on purpose, to make all those people work for a handful of illusionists who are spending ‘their’ money on perverted, pointless luxury, which has no other meaning but to celebrate their own ‘genius’.
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