Thursday, 11 February 2016

Pathological Wealth - and solutions

#pathologicalwealth - a hashtag that is overdue!

A preamble to the video of Ethos Genesis

Post-mechanisation,the production and distribution of basic needs is so simple that we should all be bored stiff. In fact, most people are too busy and exhausted due to the corrupting effects of #pathologicalwealth of the few, and disinterest on self-education by many of the poorest.

lies war and profit


The following film documents the control of governments and the population through deliberate entrapment in lifelong debt. This began almost as soon as there were banks of any size.

J P Morgan were the early culprits, spreading lies to create panic. Later on a cartel of large banks seeded the Great Depression, and even more control and monopoly for them.

These 'creatures' are so unwell that they want total control of everyone. Significant dissenters have been assassinated, and now their families are also threatened.

their very successful plans for domination of the populace and institutions depend on:

1. advertising: to hooks victims from an early age.

2. media control: to propagandise.

3. appeals to patriotism, to support wars (on foreign soil) founded on lies. Goering was the first to publicly state that the population can be tricked into any nonsense, and self-destruction by appeals to their (national) patriotism.

4. Indoctrination: The corporate media targets the most vulnerable to produce an unpaid police force for the status quo ... the coporatocracies status quo.

denial industry consumerism ecology


Attempting to wake or persuade anyone doesn't work ... so why am I writing this? Because if it wakes one person, it is worthwhile.




Whilst avoiding most of the debatable 'facts' that bedevil conspiracy theories, the video makes clear that corporate media, consumerism and debt control most people, and it satisfies no-one.

A new car might make you happy for a year. An old vehicle that you have restored, renovated, mended will satisfy you as long it lasts.

ANYTHING that you make, grow or repair will satisfy:

If you like a song - sing it.

If you like colour - paint, design, draw ...

If you have any money - save with an ethical bank or building society.

Search for reliable, unbiased, fact-based journalism.

If you are dissatisfied - write!

If foods that are bad for your health have huge advertising budgets, and/or use loss-leaders to get them in every store - don't but it.

If your TV is full of crappy adverts - turn it off.

The internet provides choices, even in news, economics, politics, entertainment, documentaries, music. None of our forbears had the opportunity to access free journalism and limitless education. We have.

Obstacles to Freedom

1. People's readiness to be a sponge for propaganda.

2. Denial - when people feel threatened by facts, because the facts contradict what they are familiar with, denial is comforting. The worst manifestation of denial is the habitual Teflon shrug - refusing to consider any possibilities require making an effort.

3. Bullying - ridiculing any thought, speech or behaviour that disturbs their dominance (usually dominance of the most vulnerable).

4. Division ...

The pathologically wealthy LOVE division. It is the illusion of difference that feeds commonplace hostilities. A comical example being 'professional' sports, the clubs often owned by members of the pathologically wealthy clique or there understudies.

corporate and government lies 5. Narrow minds: Treat with suspicion anyone who has only read one book, even if it is a good book, especially if it is a good book. Believing that one (good) book has all the answers turns every one else (usually due merely to accidents of geography - they were born in a different culture) into aliens.

The need to believe in something is real. Following overpaid players, with no sense of team loyalty, in a club bought out by crooks makes no sense.




http://www.ethosdocumentary.com/

http://wakeupworld.education/



Many people think the worst that can happen to them is death. It isn't. The worst that can happen to anyone is to be on their death bed and realise they had the opportunity to be awake ... and couldn't be bothered. Their children won't thank them.

Related:

democracy

corporate mischief

poverty

alienation

banking

social media

education

Solution to Pathological Wealth



Vote with your wallet.

Bank ethically.

Disbelieve corporations and adverts.

Connect via social media.

Support each other.


Update 2017:

The USA now has a delusional maniac as 'president'. Probably the best article on this new threat to civilisation.
Donald Trump liar of the year

a small sample:

"Trump lies that he loves the CIA, that the press fabricated the dispute, and that he never had any dealings with Russia.

 Who needs a lie detector test when you can just watch the president’s lips flapping?

Trump lies about the big stuff and the small stuff alike. He lies about the weather at his own inauguration.

 As if the weather, and all its divinely ordained raindrops, were some running commentary on his lack of legitimacy.

 As if we couldn’t watch the rain falling on his fake tan on television. He lies about releasing his tax returns after the IRS audit is complete.

 He lies about making Mexico pay for his monstrous wall on the southern border. And these are only some of his most frequent lies.

He lies about losing the popular vote in November by almost 3 million Americans"


related:

alienation, banking, bullying, corporations, debt, democracy, pathological wealth, Social media


7 comments :

  1. American voters are starting to wake up. At present two non establishment Presidential candidates ahead in the early primary. Neither of them has a chance in hell of becoming President but at least the career politicians are becoming frightened!

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  2. #USA #corporatocracy needs shaking up. There are many promising signs, but the power of the #PathologicalWealth terrorists is a dreadful obstacle to democracy ... and our survival.

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  3. #PathologicalWealth versus #EthosGenesis ... #democracy or #capital

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  4. poverty in Canada20 January 2017 at 16:35

    What will candidates do about poverty? Canadian Poverty News


    British Columbia has Canada's 2nd highest poverty rate - mostly WORKING PEOPLE

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  5. bullying Children's book “Danny Trample for school president” takes inspiration from the recent elections bullying news

    Raphael has developed this book considering the increasing cases of bullying in schools and children being attacked due to various reasons

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  6. #bullying children - Valley teen blends rap with anti-bullying message bullying news

    ... making a huge splash in the world of hip-hop but his impact does not stop there. He is also getting national attention with his anti-bullying message.

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  7. Workplace #bullying: A Form of Violence legislation and enforcement needed


    Due to its psychological nature, bullying is often difficult to detect and can easily be confused with workplace conflict.

    Moreover, the lack of legal protections along with lack of proper policies and procedures in organizations discourages reporting this form of abuse, particularly because consequences, if any, are uncertain.

    Subsequently, victims are suffering in silence and perpetrators are safely and legally continuing the abuse.

    Workplace bullying includes withholding information or resources, excessive monitoring of work, glaring in a hostile manner, treating the victim in a disrespectful way, interfering with work activities, giving little or no feedback about performance, not giving praise when praise is due, delaying actions on matters of importance to the worker, lying, preventing from expressing self, and/or devaluing subject’s work.

    Bullying can also appear in the form of discrimination, exclusion, social isolation, and intimidation.



    Conclusion: Legislators Must Act To Protect American Workers

    As the shortcomings in many taxpayer funded organizations show, employers must better prevent and respond to workplace violence.

    For this, they not only need appropriate policies in which they specifically address bullying, intimidation, and other threatening and demeaning behaviors in the workplace, but also proper enforcement channels and legislation.

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