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.
You have physical senses of which you are (mostly) aware. Apart from those that you have purposely suppressed, repressed. In your allegiance to society’s flawed say-so, you are subjugating yourself by denying the truth of your reality. If you concentrate, your senses explain your true reality to you. Do not be fooled, listen and learn. You let your senses get bent by conditioning, you allow your senses to be told what to feel and what to do. This is not productive. You need to change your circumstances so that society listens to what your senses have to say, not the other way around.
Celebrate your senses. Know that you have more than five. You have a sense of being, for instance. A sense of balance, of understanding. Use every sense made available to you, do not be afraid to succumb to their pull, their sway. Your sense of mind is another valuable gift given to you by Nature. Do not shun the given. Should you not realise that your suppression – repression – of your senses is a fatal flaw in your being, you will find yourself on the outside of the inside. You do not want to be on the outside. Bring yourself in, into yourself, embrace your understanding. You have every capacity to understand and mould your reality, and then you reserve the right to break that mould. Your mould, your right to change its shape.
Consider that you see only what society wants you to see. Change that. Consider that you smell – on a subliminal level – the subtle musk of other human beings, the ‘attraction scent’ given off by women, men, despite the inappropriateness of this reality in our über politically correct society. These scents are enough to mess with your head if you are not aware that you are affected each day by the raw Nature of others. The subtleties happen to you all day, every day, should you be in contact with other humans. If you should spend a lot of time with others, your senses will quite likely be more developed than you perhaps give them credit for. This is an advantage. Know that being alone does not preclude you from sensing to perfection your actuality, it simply means that you must become more attuned to your wants, your needs, your knowing. Senses are knowing; all-knowing. Trust them.