Post Belief Ideas & Interests

There’s, mostly, nothing new to say here, there may be something new below. Until the 2020 elections are over I’m watching the show at Twitter. There’s no better case study on personal and collective bias and social engineering than whats on display there.

If you want to get the whole story about what’s going on, on Twitter, on the TV News & World Events go to https://qmap.pub, start at the beginning and read through everything the patriot group from military intelligence posted there. Keep in mind it’s a multi-purpose communication center. We can use it and decipher a lot but the Main Stream Media and the Traitors in Washington are also reading it. So there is necessary disinformation there as well.

The new nonbeliever belief bias

I am continually seeing the “non-believer” “no bias” crowd unable, as is natural, to disengage from their own unseen bias and beliefs. It’s a very tough and tricky mindset to beat.

I’ve sought to change my own language to combat my own conditioned tendencies. I start with no belief in anything, then use different language when talking to myself or others. Something like, it’s likely or probable, as opposed to I believe.

For a no belief example, I don’t believe the Earth is a ball because of any tools man made for testing, the theories and observations of others or any mathematical equations. Instead I’d say it seems to be a ball based on what I can observe first hand; light from the Sun on other bodies (the moon).

This no belief thinking and language allows me, more so than less, to listen to everything but steer clear of falling for anything, out of hand.

Understanding the young Socialist

It’s not hard, they grew up in a Capitalist Society that has been fucking with them since birth. When I say Socialism I don’t mean the Globalists or the Pay To Play politicians in DC selling Socialism as a way to put their Revisionist Plans in play. But the Ideology of Socialism. Whatever that consists of in the mind of the individual.

It took me a long time to separate Capitalism from all the ills of Capitalist Society. I grew up in a transition period, born in 1955, I saw the Viet Nam War, Woodstock and People gunned down at Kent State. Not that I understood much about it, but I watched it and heard from the activists, realists and government propagandists of the day.

I watched the Black Panthers, the Watts Riots, saw undercover cops at our highschool parties and was basically, like most kids, told I couldn’t do what I wanted to do with no logical reasons why. I sat in the back seat of cars in gas lines. I saw a world of mean people ruling over the hippies and country boys like me.

Every bad thing I saw, from mean teachers to mean kids to mean rules, I blamed on the System. The System sucked and I was trapped in it. The only people I saw who were in favor of the System were those running it or profiting from it and I pretty much didn’t like any of them. I saw Society as something stupid and mean and I became stupid and mean myself.

I was told, by Socialist Thinkers, that the System I hated was Capitalism.

I never became a Socialist or an Activist because I didn’t really like any system of control and didn’t want to be part of any Political Group. But a different type of person might work to replace Capitalism with what they saw as it’s opposite: Socialism.

I don’t see any difference in the movements today than I saw back then. I don’t hold it against any young adult for being stupid and mean, who sees Capitalism as the enemy of the people, who wants to tear down the System. I think that stance makes more sense than those who think they can change the system by working with it or in it. That idea is a result of not paying attention, or more likely the result of a good old fashioned brainwashing.

The real problem in all this is that many people wanting out of the system think the system they want to escape, the system that is causing all the pain, is Capitalism. They think we live in a Democracy and that Capitalism is a form of Government. Those are big mistakes. That’s a lot of bad data to overcome.

The fact is Capitalism isn’t the problem. People in Governments are the problem. Sick people making the rules is the problem. We live in a Republic, not a Democracy, with a Constitution that’s way better than the people that wrote it. Capitalism simply means people can own things.

If you don’t want to own anything: If you don’t want your own land or house. If you don’t want others to be able to have their own land or house, or car, or restaurant; then you might want to have a Socialist Government. Just remember that ownership, Capitalism, will still be part of the Socialist System. But all these things that people own now, will be transferred to the Government. A Government run by a few people. Would you be able to trust them?

Today for the first time anyone can remember the tide of governing in the United States of America is turning. The sick people who have created our sick society are being exposed and taken out. For the first time in my mean stupid life I’m seeing something I like coming forth from people within our Government & Military. Those people are at war with the sick factions in that same government and military as well as all the sick rulers and rule makers around the world.

So I understand the young adults who think they want Socialism. I understand and sympathize with all the brainwashed people at home and abroad. People are made stupid and mean by those who profit off controlling societies. If things work out and the sick people are removed from the seats of power, things will change. Facts will emerge and people can, for the first time, operate intelligently. Things will change.

Will people continue to make sure sick people are kept out of power? Will anyone be preaching Socialism five years into freedom? We’re gonna find out.

No More

Some things are no more, they lived, served a purpose and lost interest
They may exist as ideas in some, some life given to the new they held
But to the authors they’ve come and gone, they must be discarded from the everyday language he has with himself, the pondering and contemplations are better off without them
He no longer shares them, he’s outlived them

A Republic, A Constitution

My understanding of a Constitutional Republic is that it allows a person as much freedom as possible, without hindering the freedom of another.

That a well thought out Constitution will insure individual freedom. That this Constitution would be beyond the reach of interpretation. That no special interests have influence over the Republic. That the primary function of this Constitution be to protect citizens from each other.

That the core of this protection insure against bodily harm and loss of property. That personal safety and personal property are fundamental to Life, Liberty and The Pursuit of Happiness. That no special rights supersede the Constitution, be they Family, Business or States