Discussion:
Problems with our democracy
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Dim Witte
2021-08-17 14:38:21 UTC
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What the framers of the Constitution put together seems very liberal
and wise at the same time, considering how it describes government and
people's rights. For two centuries in America our states and cities
have taken advantage of freedoms and liberties (assuming they are not
the same), so that while economy and culture faired well, all seemed
copacetic and highly liveable. Americans could be of good will and
patriotic then. "Oh, home of the brave, where the deer and the
antelope play; where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the
skies are not cloudy all day."

But now we are seeing it all fall apart; why, I wonder?

Well, from the survivalist point of view, it's a matter of human
nature exposing how animal and opportunistic we are, IMO. I mean,
look at what's exposed in the news, as an example.
https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2021/08/16/western-alaska-school-district-that-employed-principal-despite-sex-abuse-complaints-will-pay-38-million-to-his-victims/

It seems obvious that our legal and law enforcement system is not able
to contain the animal nature of a large percentage of "citizens."
Prisons in the U.S. with over 2 million are over-flowing, judges fail
to account for repeat offenders, criminal organizations control not
only the streets, judges, and police, political parties in government
are like "foxes engineering the hen house," and federal agencies are
said to be in collusion with a hidden "dark side."

American institutions of marriage, family, public education, and
religion are evidently failing, and anarchy is taking over, with
iconoclast expressions of revolt. It seems there has been a gradual
loss of ideals, so that we now are in a phase of survival that accepts
a different view of human nature, one that TV news and ads show of our
animal natures. Even criminal organizations like the Mafia are
pictured as a necessary development of democracy. Our shameful
government seems far apart from the ideals expressed in the
Constitution.

So I'm saying that our predicament is like that of countries when
chaos reigned before totalitarianism took over. Human nature in all
its barbaric manifestations are being expressed, using the freedom our
democracy allows.

Irony is that anymore most humans respect animals better than they do
humans. As Shakespeare has the king say in King Lear: "like flies to
wanton boys are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport." And it
does seem that some balance of nature is asserting itself in terms of
the evils we see coming in illegal aliens taking over, pandemics, wars
coming, sub-humans running the country, and citizens running amuck.
Dictionary definition of "amuck" is:

" Someone running amuck is showing no self-control. This is a word
that has to do with chaos and disorder. A riot is an example of people
running amuck. ... This word applies to times when control has been
lost: people are showing no self-control, and the situation is out of
hand."
John W Kennedy
2021-08-18 22:30:11 UTC
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Post by Dim Witte
What the framers of the Constitution put together seems very liberal
and wise at the same time, considering how it describes government and
people's rights. For two centuries in America our states and cities
have taken advantage of freedoms and liberties (assuming they are not
the same), so that while economy and culture faired well, all seemed
copacetic and highly liveable. Americans could be of good will and
patriotic then. "Oh, home of the brave, where the deer and the
antelope play; where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the
skies are not cloudy all day."
But now we are seeing it all fall apart; why, I wonder?
Well, from the survivalist point of view, it's a matter of human
nature exposing how animal and opportunistic we are, IMO. I mean,
look at what's exposed in the news, as an example.
https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2021/08/16/western-alaska-school-district-that-employed-principal-despite-sex-abuse-complaints-will-pay-38-million-to-his-victims/
It seems obvious that our legal and law enforcement system is not able
to contain the animal nature of a large percentage of "citizens."
Prisons in the U.S. with over 2 million are over-flowing, judges fail
to account for repeat offenders, criminal organizations control not
only the streets, judges, and police, political parties in government
are like "foxes engineering the hen house," and federal agencies are
said to be in collusion with a hidden "dark side."
American institutions of marriage, family, public education, and
religion are evidently failing, and anarchy is taking over, with
iconoclast expressions of revolt. It seems there has been a gradual
loss of ideals, so that we now are in a phase of survival that accepts
a different view of human nature, one that TV news and ads show of our
animal natures. Even criminal organizations like the Mafia are
pictured as a necessary development of democracy. Our shameful
government seems far apart from the ideals expressed in the
Constitution.
So I'm saying that our predicament is like that of countries when
chaos reigned before totalitarianism took over. Human nature in all
its barbaric manifestations are being expressed, using the freedom our
democracy allows.
Irony is that anymore most humans respect animals better than they do
humans. As Shakespeare has the king say in King Lear: "like flies to
wanton boys are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport." And it
does seem that some balance of nature is asserting itself in terms of
the evils we see coming in illegal aliens taking over, pandemics, wars
coming, sub-humans running the country, and citizens running amuck.
" Someone running amuck is showing no self-control. This is a word
that has to do with chaos and disorder. A riot is an example of people
running amuck. ... This word applies to times when control has been
lost: people are showing no self-control, and the situation is out of
hand."
You misspelled “Dim White”.
bookburn
2021-08-29 01:04:14 UTC
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Post by John W Kennedy
Post by Dim Witte
What the framers of the Constitution put together seems very liberal
and wise at the same time, considering how it describes government and
people's rights. For two centuries in America our states and cities
have taken advantage of freedoms and liberties (assuming they are not
the same), so that while economy and culture faired well, all seemed
copacetic and highly liveable. Americans could be of good will and
patriotic then. "Oh, home of the brave, where the deer and the
antelope play; where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the
skies are not cloudy all day."
But now we are seeing it all fall apart; why, I wonder?
Well, from the survivalist point of view, it's a matter of human
nature exposing how animal and opportunistic we are, IMO. I mean,
look at what's exposed in the news, as an example.
https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2021/08/16/western-alaska-school-district-that-employed-principal-despite-sex-abuse-complaints-will-pay-38-million-to-his-victims/
It seems obvious that our legal and law enforcement system is not able
to contain the animal nature of a large percentage of "citizens."
Prisons in the U.S. with over 2 million are over-flowing, judges fail
to account for repeat offenders, criminal organizations control not
only the streets, judges, and police, political parties in government
are like "foxes engineering the hen house," and federal agencies are
said to be in collusion with a hidden "dark side."
American institutions of marriage, family, public education, and
religion are evidently failing, and anarchy is taking over, with
iconoclast expressions of revolt. It seems there has been a gradual
loss of ideals, so that we now are in a phase of survival that accepts
a different view of human nature, one that TV news and ads show of our
animal natures. Even criminal organizations like the Mafia are
pictured as a necessary development of democracy. Our shameful
government seems far apart from the ideals expressed in the
Constitution.
So I'm saying that our predicament is like that of countries when
chaos reigned before totalitarianism took over. Human nature in all
its barbaric manifestations are being expressed, using the freedom our
democracy allows.
Irony is that anymore most humans respect animals better than they do
humans. As Shakespeare has the king say in King Lear: "like flies to
wanton boys are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport." And it
does seem that some balance of nature is asserting itself in terms of
the evils we see coming in illegal aliens taking over, pandemics, wars
coming, sub-humans running the country, and citizens running amuck.
" Someone running amuck is showing no self-control. This is a word
that has to do with chaos and disorder. A riot is an example of people
running amuck. ... This word applies to times when control has been
lost: people are showing no self-control, and the situation is out of
hand."
You misspelled “Dim White”.
Actually, It was Glouster, not Lear, who spoke. Just a troll to see if any would know the difference.
John W Kennedy
2021-08-29 19:27:31 UTC
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Post by bookburn
Post by John W Kennedy
Post by Dim Witte
What the framers of the Constitution put together seems very liberal
and wise at the same time, considering how it describes government and
people's rights. For two centuries in America our states and cities
have taken advantage of freedoms and liberties (assuming they are not
the same), so that while economy and culture faired well, all seemed
copacetic and highly liveable. Americans could be of good will and
patriotic then. "Oh, home of the brave, where the deer and the
antelope play; where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the
skies are not cloudy all day."
But now we are seeing it all fall apart; why, I wonder?
Well, from the survivalist point of view, it's a matter of human
nature exposing how animal and opportunistic we are, IMO. I mean,
look at what's exposed in the news, as an example.
https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2021/08/16/western-alaska-school-district-that-employed-principal-despite-sex-abuse-complaints-will-pay-38-million-to-his-victims/
It seems obvious that our legal and law enforcement system is not able
to contain the animal nature of a large percentage of "citizens."
Prisons in the U.S. with over 2 million are over-flowing, judges fail
to account for repeat offenders, criminal organizations control not
only the streets, judges, and police, political parties in government
are like "foxes engineering the hen house," and federal agencies are
said to be in collusion with a hidden "dark side."
American institutions of marriage, family, public education, and
religion are evidently failing, and anarchy is taking over, with
iconoclast expressions of revolt. It seems there has been a gradual
loss of ideals, so that we now are in a phase of survival that accepts
a different view of human nature, one that TV news and ads show of our
animal natures. Even criminal organizations like the Mafia are
pictured as a necessary development of democracy. Our shameful
government seems far apart from the ideals expressed in the
Constitution.
So I'm saying that our predicament is like that of countries when
chaos reigned before totalitarianism took over. Human nature in all
its barbaric manifestations are being expressed, using the freedom our
democracy allows.
Irony is that anymore most humans respect animals better than they do
humans. As Shakespeare has the king say in King Lear: "like flies to
wanton boys are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport." And it
does seem that some balance of nature is asserting itself in terms of
the evils we see coming in illegal aliens taking over, pandemics, wars
coming, sub-humans running the country, and citizens running amuck.
" Someone running amuck is showing no self-control. This is a word
that has to do with chaos and disorder. A riot is an example of people
running amuck. ... This word applies to times when control has been
lost: people are showing no self-control, and the situation is out of
hand."
You misspelled “Dim White”.
Actually, It was Glouster, not Lear, who spoke. Just a troll to see if any would know the difference.
Yes, having played Gloucester in two different productions, I’m quite
aware of that. I’m more concerned with the neo-Nazi propaganda.
John W Kennedy
2021-08-18 22:33:01 UTC
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Post by Dim Witte
What the framers of the Constitution put together seems very liberal
and wise at the same time, considering how it describes government and
people's rights. For two centuries in America our states and cities
have taken advantage of freedoms and liberties (assuming they are not
the same), so that while economy and culture faired well, all seemed
copacetic and highly liveable. Americans could be of good will and
patriotic then. "Oh, home of the brave, where the deer and the
antelope play; where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the
skies are not cloudy all day."
But now we are seeing it all fall apart; why, I wonder?
Well, from the survivalist point of view, it's a matter of human
nature exposing how animal and opportunistic we are, IMO. I mean,
look at what's exposed in the news, as an example.
https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2021/08/16/western-alaska-school-district-that-employed-principal-despite-sex-abuse-complaints-will-pay-38-million-to-his-victims/
It seems obvious that our legal and law enforcement system is not able
to contain the animal nature of a large percentage of "citizens."
Prisons in the U.S. with over 2 million are over-flowing, judges fail
to account for repeat offenders, criminal organizations control not
only the streets, judges, and police, political parties in government
are like "foxes engineering the hen house," and federal agencies are
said to be in collusion with a hidden "dark side."
American institutions of marriage, family, public education, and
religion are evidently failing, and anarchy is taking over, with
iconoclast expressions of revolt. It seems there has been a gradual
loss of ideals, so that we now are in a phase of survival that accepts
a different view of human nature, one that TV news and ads show of our
animal natures. Even criminal organizations like the Mafia are
pictured as a necessary development of democracy. Our shameful
government seems far apart from the ideals expressed in the
Constitution.
So I'm saying that our predicament is like that of countries when
chaos reigned before totalitarianism took over. Human nature in all
its barbaric manifestations are being expressed, using the freedom our
democracy allows.
Irony is that anymore most humans respect animals better than they do
humans. As Shakespeare has the king say in King Lear: "like flies to
wanton boys are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport." And it
does seem that some balance of nature is asserting itself in terms of
the evils we see coming in illegal aliens taking over, pandemics, wars
coming, sub-humans running the country, and citizens running amuck.
" Someone running amuck is showing no self-control. This is a word
that has to do with chaos and disorder. A riot is an example of people
running amuck. ... This word applies to times when control has been
lost: people are showing no self-control, and the situation is out of
hand."
You misspelled “Dim White”.
bookburn
2021-08-28 07:06:29 UTC
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Post by John W Kennedy
Post by Dim Witte
What the framers of the Constitution put together seems very liberal
and wise at the same time, considering how it describes government and
people's rights. For two centuries in America our states and cities
have taken advantage of freedoms and liberties (assuming they are not
the same), so that while economy and culture faired well, all seemed
copacetic and highly liveable. Americans could be of good will and
patriotic then. "Oh, home of the brave, where the deer and the
antelope play; where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the
skies are not cloudy all day."
But now we are seeing it all fall apart; why, I wonder?
Well, from the survivalist point of view, it's a matter of human
nature exposing how animal and opportunistic we are, IMO. I mean,
look at what's exposed in the news, as an example.
https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/crime-courts/2021/08/16/western-alaska-school-district-that-employed-principal-despite-sex-abuse-complaints-will-pay-38-million-to-his-victims/
It seems obvious that our legal and law enforcement system is not able
to contain the animal nature of a large percentage of "citizens."
Prisons in the U.S. with over 2 million are over-flowing, judges fail
to account for repeat offenders, criminal organizations control not
only the streets, judges, and police, political parties in government
are like "foxes engineering the hen house," and federal agencies are
said to be in collusion with a hidden "dark side."
American institutions of marriage, family, public education, and
religion are evidently failing, and anarchy is taking over, with
iconoclast expressions of revolt. It seems there has been a gradual
loss of ideals, so that we now are in a phase of survival that accepts
a different view of human nature, one that TV news and ads show of our
animal natures. Even criminal organizations like the Mafia are
pictured as a necessary development of democracy. Our shameful
government seems far apart from the ideals expressed in the
Constitution.
So I'm saying that our predicament is like that of countries when
chaos reigned before totalitarianism took over. Human nature in all
its barbaric manifestations are being expressed, using the freedom our
democracy allows.
Irony is that anymore most humans respect animals better than they do
humans. As Shakespeare has the king say in King Lear: "like flies to
wanton boys are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport." And it
does seem that some balance of nature is asserting itself in terms of
the evils we see coming in illegal aliens taking over, pandemics, wars
coming, sub-humans running the country, and citizens running amuck.
" Someone running amuck is showing no self-control. This is a word
that has to do with chaos and disorder. A riot is an example of people
running amuck. ... This word applies to times when control has been
lost: people are showing no self-control, and the situation is out of
hand."
You misspelled “Dim White”.
My apologies, because "Dim Witte" is the nym I use over at alt. survival news group, and I mistakenly posted here; although I did reference King Lear. Normally I post to hlas as Donald Cameron.

No idea where you're coming from with "Dim White," unless something like "At the elite colleges - dim white kids - The Boston Globe."
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