Compare Gandhi’s speech (above) to this:
. . . dance music ?
One of the main attributes of the Age of Aquarius is ‘universal brotherhood’. One can be forgiven an outburst of laughter upon hearing this; given how things presently appear. Don’t worry about that. We shouldn’t judge the capacity of the ineffable by our own limitations. Everyone has a choice here. You can go with this unstoppable force or you can go against it.
The earlier that one seeks alignment with this unstoppable force, the easier it is. There is nowhere outside of it and there is no way around it. Any sane mind would welcome it but we are, for the most part, not sane. This is also a part of the state of critical imbalance in which we find ourselves. The madness without is a reflection of the madness within.
Many of the seemingly powerful and villainous among us are aware of the approach of the unstoppable. They have their own take on what it means and they have made extensive preparations for their own survival and continuance. These efforts ate all vain and will prove terminally ineffective. Even as their inescapable destiny approaches them they are still engaged in seeking to acquire more and more of what they already have too much of. They are certifiably crazy and therefore beyond reason. You cannot reason with the insane. (Source)
Many of us think of evil as a unified force. After all, it appears to run the whole world at this time. It’s actually a collection of well entrenched, tick-like creatures, who have each attached themselves to some large body of the public. Each of them has become bloated beyond recognition. . . . These are super ticks so they can still move from one group of people to another if they’ve sucked their present host dry. So we wind up with that territorial imperative problem where one group of ticks object to another group coming over for an extended buffet, uninvited. (Source)
Suggestions for dealing with America’s ruling class super ticks (Source):
In response to this piece by Angelo Codevilla on America’s ruling class, readers wonder what to do. Well, a few things suggest themselves.
First: Mockery. They are very mockable, and they are very thin-skinned. That leads them to erupt in embarrassing ways. Use their sense of entitlement against them.
Second (and related): Transparency. One-party government makes you stupid, and although composed of both Democrats and Republicans the political class is basically its own party, and these people are pretty stupid. Point it out, repeatedly. Use FOIA, ubiquitous videocameras, and other tools to make the stupidity show.
Third: Money. Codevilla writes: “Our ruling class’s agenda is power for itself. While it stakes its claim through intellectual-moral pretense, it holds power by one of the oldest and most prosaic of means: patronage and promises thereof.” The coming budget crisis — already here, really, but still largely denied by the rulers — is an opportunity to defund a lot of this patronage stuff. They’ll try, of course, to cut the muscle and preserve the fat, but that won’t work very well if they’re closely watched (see above). Cut them off in other ways, too. Don’t support the media, nonprofits, and politicians who support them with your money.
Also, make sure that money flows TO things you like: Businesses, alt-media, politicians who aren’t part of the problem, etc. Build up countervailing institutions that don’t depend on the government to survive.
Fourth: Organize and infiltrate. Take over party apparats from the ground up. Create your own organizations that can focus sustained attention — the “ruling class” relies on others having short attention spans while it stays focused on amassing and protecting power.
Finally: Don’t act like a subject. Rulers like subjects. Don’t be one. As a famous man once said: Get in their face. Punch back twice as hard. Words for the coming decade?
We let them win when they get into our heads. This is where the real battle is taking place; not outside you but inside your minds and your hearts. This is also where you can be victorious, regardless of the size of their armies or their power in the marketplace. (Source)