This wouldn't post in it's entirety, so I had to break it up. I'm not complaining really, you get what you pay for.
I would never wish the hardships of economic destruction and hopelessness on anyone, but if it is to come; if this calamity isn’t what I think it is, a staged event, then I look to the future and what good can be achieved from the remnants, from the ashes. What I would wish for is to see a sense of purpose and a sense of individual empowerment return to the Citizens of Western Cultures. Hopefully a yes we can mindset would provide replacements for apathy and despair. New options for lost hopes, and mending broken souls instead of drugs, alcohol, stuff, hate and indiscriminate violence. Ending the days of those who would set human against human, countrymen against countrymen for their own mad ends.
A final thought on this for now. I don’t want readers to think that I believe all Civil Servants are the same. Some political representatives as well. Certainly, not all are
bad, nor should they be categorized as such. Some are very decent and conscientious. My gripe is with the many who aren’t, and their influence on others who eventually follow their example. I believe that if we the People stood up and helped the good People to overcome the status quo, many would stand up and be pleased to help with restructuring.
It all has to begin with a Revolution. Hopefully, a quiet, bloodless political Revolution. A Ghandi Revolution.
After I wrote my latest Sermon, I came across an article that is in keeping with many of my thoughts, experiences and things I have written over the past year and half. I believe it to have been written by someone younger and less experienced than myself, but a better writer than I. Someone who might well make a wonderful Comrade. I will post it next. So many things to say, so little time. So few who will ever hear.