Society falls apart when we lose
our connection with others
The puppetmasters say, “Why wait for tomorrow when we can have it all today?” As society crumbles, you begin to see what they have achieved.
Trouble is, ignoring the needs of tomorrow usually means tomorrow will never come. Or when it does — as it has today — you will not recognize it, even at this moment while most of the world remains locked away from each other in fear of a disease that has never been proven to exist.
Yet that is of no consequence to the preponderance of the malignant narcissists who dominate humanity, who make themselves rich at the cost of making others poor, mandating masks and lockdowns as holy relics of their fear.
As I have written before, the vaccine IS the disease! https://www.johnkaminski.org/index.php/john-kaminski-american-writer-and-critic-2/311-the-vaccine-is-the-disease
I once made a big deal about the situation that existed at my last mainstream newspaper job by expressing my shock at a fact nobody usually notices about human personalities.
What a small percentage of human beings actually have a social conscience! They may have lip service, but they sure don’t have action. Most people don’t even know what action is. It is effort in support of a cause.
In five years on the news desk (1996-01) I saw only one person on the staff with a social conscience, and she was a temporary college intern whose idealism had not yet been hammered out of her by the corporate system.
I don’t know, Sherlock. Maybe we could all get used to this ‘take a paycheck to stay at home’ program. Most people can get used to sloth. Just look at the world. The only reason people work is so they can spend a tiny fraction of their time wallowing in their preferred brand of sloth.
Society falls apart when we lose our connection with others. That’s why the cynical engineers of society try so hard to break apart the family system, making it easier for them to gain control over the consciousness of individuals. Organized religion, even with all its faults, became a glue that held families together with its structure and inflexible prohibition of promiscuous sex, which has shattered every society it has dominated.
The big question about government paychecks is can everybody — or anybody? — be trusted to work for the common good once the pressure of having to produce a paycheck is removed from their to-do lists?
Or will this lucrative indolence devolve into purposeless forays into nonsense that further complicate contemporary consciousness into ever more frivolous endeavors?
One thing is certain. Society’s engineers have already deployed thousands of cul de sac occupations guaranteed to occupy your time forever so that you will never notice that in all your life you have never really asked the proper questions that will give you a shot at justifying your existence, if that has ever been a concern of yours.
As it is for anyone with a social conscience.
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 6871 Willow Creek Circle #103, North Port FL 34287 USA.