I am amazed at the resilience of almost everybody's fundamentalist belief in 'the state', government and the 'democrat process'. Impressive really - somewhat awe-inspiring even.
If people would, for
once and for all, just be realistic and comprehend that this always was,
is and always will be, nothing but an utter peddled delusion we could at
least save ourselves from this perpetual dystopia of disappointment.
Most people know Santa and the Tooth Fairy are just made-up, enough
these days realise God and more certainly religions are utter bunkum too.
But when it comes down to the state folk just line-up for the
sheep-dip, for the slaughter-house, to relish and be thankful for the
swill filling their trough each day.
We are the human herd and the construct, called a nation, is no more
than the particular farm, one of many, in which we dwell. These farms
are human tax-farms.
Easier than slavery to manage and more productive too; humans farmed
in the way we all are are schooled with a mix of plentiful carrot and
threat of stick, illusion and delusion.
We only see the shadows on the
wall and think them real, are convinced it is all there is, have no
ability to think it could just perhaps otherwise be.