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Political correctness – Blog No. 16

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If it had been proven that being politically correct was a solution to the problems we face on this planet, I would have employed its ‘diplomacy’.  It wasn’t.  There are times when diplomacy is necessary, despite the idiots you may find yourself facing.  And diplomatic means that you speak your mind with regard for your person and respect for another’s intelligence.  It does not mean that you lie.  When diplomacy goes out of the window it is a sure sign that the shit is going to hit the fan.  When that fan is my face, you will know about it.  Every single one of you.

I am certain that political correctness had good intentions.  It was meant to dress up the mess of this planet in ribbons and bows for those whose sensitivity had already correctly identified it.  That was perhaps a kind gesture.  It was, though, counter-productive.  It showed contempt for the people who have been listening to a ‘truth’ with the view of finding solutions.  That this was in part unintentional – given that those who were preaching the bullshit did not know they had a sympathetic audience – is the only aspect that makes their lies acceptable.  And white lies are called white lies for a reason.  That is not to say that they are the only lies there are.

For those who may not know or understand political correctness for what it is, it is cowardice.  Avoidance.  It becomes a debilitating habit of telling a people what you think they want to hear instead of starting dialogue that addresses the real problems we all face.  That can be as a result of the ‘partriarchal complex’ rife on this planet – one that we have been conditioned to accept.  The belief that men are obligated to be the protectors on this planet.  Not all of them are.  Those that are not natural-born protectors – those who have misrepresented themselves as saviours – will be the ones who lie to you about your reality.  They will do this for two reasons:  either to save face, or to conceal their weaknesses, their actual inefficacy.

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Good news – Blog No. 8

goodThe good news is that the world of humans is not changing too fast for Nature to evolve alongside it.  Nature is way ahead of the humans.  The humans are merely speeding up the rate of extinction on this planet – their own, included.  For Nature – that is very good news.  As soon as the humans are gone, this world will be at peace with itself.  It will exist without labelling, without cruelty, without greed, without division, without hatred.  Nature will go back to its vast drawing board, as it always does, and in due course it will come up with something even more spectacular than human beings.  It is a pity that there will be no humans left to appreciate the display.  But humans do not appreciate what they have already and theirs’ is the destructive ignorance.  The stupidity.  That there will be no back-slapping on Earth in the coming ages is perhaps something to look forward to.  The humans have always been too busy claiming accolades that are not theirs’ to claim and undoubtedly should Nature deliver another round of ‘miracles’ or ‘universal magic’ or whatever you want to call it, if they were around, the humans would somehow imagine themselves responsible for the majestic feat.  They are that arrogant.

Humans are incidental.  They are dispensable.  All of them.  They are not necessary for the survival of this planet.  What is valuable about a human being, interesting, is its intelligence – preferably when it is being used.  Intelligence does not die.  It lives on, in itself.  It has its very own ecosystem, if you like.  Intelligence transcends death, its reach is beyond the grave.  Like a great many other things that are going to start causing problems for the humans on this planet.  Know that it is possible to be intelligent without an education, but an education does help a great many people access their intelligence.

The good news is that about 5% of the population of this planet can save the environment with their cash.  They could extend the planet’s longevity this way, greatly improve their standing.  They have no standing simply because of their wealth, understand that.  It is what you do with your money when you have it that speaks for who you are, and who you are – in this world – is what is measured.  These people have to want to use their money to benefit something or someone other than themselves, though, and sadly not many of them seem to want to do that.  They are short-sighted.  Selfish.  They exist in a colossal vacuum, which is ultimately to their huge detriment.  Did no one hear that the only honourable pursuit for a thinking person is the lifting of mankind from the gutter?  Raise mankind above man.  There is nothing honourable about sitting in an ivory tower watching mankind flailing around on the ground like a fish out of water.

 

 

 

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