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Issues: Mandate of Deception

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Mandate of Deception or Mandate Forgotten?

Here at Incoming Bytes we observe, and are often at a loss to explain how exceptionally well the true mandate of government is conveniently modified, twisted, disjointed, forgotten or simply ignored.

In it's place, a mandate of deception is engaged.  An agenda. Usually hidden, you know the kind, when exposed, discovered to be fraudulent, self-entitlement, enabling of legislation for corporate interests, bribery, corruption, back-room and international secret dealings all of which have no place in a model of good governance.

Within the framework of civilization, government is supposed to offer 'peace, stability, order, and good 'governance', whatever the 'acceptable' defined ideology may be called or is deceptively pretending to be. Worth repeating, whatever the defined ideology may be called or is deceptively  pretending to be, as in capitalism, socialism, communism, or whatever-ism. We smirk laugh. 'Whateverism'  is a good description of the observable government, a Playpen of Political Bobble-heads, the #Corporateaucracy, Grade III  Politikidz" or whatever else the smiling, thinking reader wishes  to call the status quo.     No matter.  Think about it. It does not matter what anyone calls it.  What is important is to keep in mind what it is, and what it does. To you.  For you—it seems, not so much.

Good governance is the 'agreeable and collective provision of functional services within an acceptable structure of constitutional right,  appropriate rule of  law and maintenance of order " for  the population as a whole.   Services and functions, authorized building of infrastructure beneficial to all,  territorial defense, —you get the idea, a unified front and  representation of a civilized nation which  individuals cannot possibly be expected to achieve for themselves individually.  Foreign affairs and establishing agreements mutually beneficial to equally-represented populations, similar-minded folks of other countries come to mind.

The establishment and maintenance of  order within a reasonable framework of desirable laws seems to be a reasonable goal. It's a system that actually works well, but only when not abused or corrupted.  When does the inevitable mandate of deception really begin?

When the true mandate of government is forgotten.  Think about it. Starting with a flawed constitution. When slick political leaders mislead and promise, but fail miserably--and keep on lying to enable their own agenda. When "arbitrary" laws are made to appease special interest groups.  When the 'politically-correct' are allowed to manipulate societal norms,  exterminating both morals and reason.  When wrong is made to look 'right'.    When justice is perverted,  fleeced by a dishonest judiciary, senile, corrupt judges and evil lawyer's tricks. When the voice of reason is silenced. When greedy corporate interests write laws to profit, and foolish, self-serving, conniving politicians enable them.  How does that happen, you ask?

Far too easily. Instead of ringing, the bell cracks...

Here at Incoming Bytes we   have yet to see the revolution that is inevitable, for history clearly shows it is the abuse of political systems, whatever they may be—that is the root cause of their ultimate demise. 


Is that Incoming I hear?

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Issues: Plea for Anarchy

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Status Quo, A plea for Anarchy?

Scenario:  With the current brutality and lunacy of ISIS (ISIL) in Afghanistan and Iraq, civil war in Iraq, and rebellions and outright war  in Syria, Ukraine, and in Africa,  it is not too difficult to imagine, understand,  and agree that  lawlessness, brutality, and unprecedented events and mayhem can easily occur. Let us hypothesize and imagine ultra-right fanaticism has spread like systemic rot across the United States of America. "Oh, but it's not the same thing. "  You may be tempted to object strenuously, and with conviction. You may even be right, but so what? Notice we did not say taken over by ISIL,  or ISIS, religious control freaks, or camouflage-toque-sporting Canadians with hunting rifles,  taco-bearing Mexicans, or flocks  of mobilized, angry infidels did I ? the concerned?   Neither did we suggest  illegals in rusty buses, highly-feared boogey-man socialists,  spiffy antique-car driving cigar-smoking communists newly arrived from Cuba, pip-pipping  Brits wistfully wishing to reclaim  the glory of the British Empire, or disenfranchised but  well-educated  Buick-owning Baby-Boomers from Miss Putzley's  senior home economics class of 1957. Notably missing also are finger-wagging miscellaneous religious fundamentalists,  do-gooders and the feared tsunami of Asians in all shades of yellow.  There is no need for a plea for anarchy yet, is there?. Let  us imagine they are simple, ultra-right fanatics.  Again, we are reminded,  not  sun-glassed hippies at every intersection who want to wash your windshield for a buck, panhandle with bad guitar-playing in the subway,  or those pesky rabid zombies that amble along so beautifully, but bite.  They don't sneak across the border bearing backpacks, unexpectedly knocking  at  Aunt Lily's  door at midnight smoking pot, or offer free car washes by Joey's   so they can swipe your cell phone and hijack the car too. Not exactly a poignant plea for Anarchy, is it? Let us imagine instead the anarchists involved already own the show in North America including the popcorn stand.  Why invade when you can buy and control everything including political souls? They are the insatiable, unethical, secret, hardened Uber rich. Let's not bother with statistics of the distribution of wealth;  the 1% factor is already shocking enough. Anarchists live well in ivory and gold towers.  Well, okay, in walled, exclusive multi-million dollar estates. They call the shots for all political parties,  buy national and local lawmakers,  lobby for corporate-friendly laws that arrogantly justify and benefit the cultivation of corporate welfare, and equally, encourage public outrage at  health care unless they can profit from it,  the food stamps programs, child care, and welfare assistance for the poor and homeless. blah blah. You get the idea. If you don't get it, the alarm clock just rang, or was it the busted Liberty bell? Anarchists exploit precious resources at any cost to the environment, again, as long as it is profitable, and discourage the development of clean energy because they own the infrastructure for dirty, profitable fossil fuels,  lock, stock and barrel. Shutting down North American manufacturing is high on the agenda, cheap third world labour is hired so increasingly trashier goods can be imported ever more profitably. Outrage is expressed if asked to pay fair wages for the remaining North American hamburger-burning jobs while CEO's reward themselves multi-million dollar bonuses for "profitable operations" and profits are secreted off-shore to avoid paying taxes.  The high cost of corporate-run medical care and over-priced education are outrageous, maintained as such to groom customers for big Pharma and maintain the population as  common serfs, working poor,  flocks of ill, ignorant toiling slaves;  uninformed sheeple. The pot boils. The bell tries to ring... Armaments industries owned by anarchists  demand a foreign policy of  constant warfare to ensure they remain rich. War against the unwilling, you ask?  No problem, there are equally greedy arms manufacturing corporations in the lands of foreign hostiles.  If not, North Americans cooperate and sell bombs and other armaments to the enemy too. Why not?  Terrorism, fear, and war are all happily used to generate fear. Populations afraid are easier to control . Where are we going? Is it time to plea for anarchy, is it time to ask the rest of  potential anarchists  to reclaim North America?  What do you think? The unthinkable? Surprise, the 1%  Uber-rich and ultra-right are already anarchists living by their own rules in the #corporateaucracy  (that would be defined as governance by the rich owning and controlling the political talking bobble-heads )  —a carelessly pre-calculated State of Self-Entitlement and insatiable greed in which they claim everything as their own. Since logic determines and history demonstrates that abuse of,  and corruption within any ideological /political system ultimately causes the demise of those systems, it seems the inevitable must be  residual anarchy,  the uprising of all;  the elderly with their canes,  the homeless and disenfranchised vets with sick, hungry children, the  working poor, the so-called 'middle class' and students with big dreams but a lifetime of debt incurred for a useless ticket to ride on the uber-rich anarchist bus headed for destruction. Wait. Wait for the ultimate lunacy and brutality that accompanies such events. Somehow, though, it seems that in North America, the richest lands in the world, ordinary, hard-working people somehow deserve better. A plea for anarchy?  It is not even necessary to ask.  Wait until the old guys that built this country by honest, hard pick-and-shovel work get mad. There's nothing quite as scary as P.O'd  angry seniors with long memories, and justice-seeking people with sticks —who have just discovered the Great Deceivers. Hold your breath and think...can we hear the Liberty bell ringing?   # Is that Incoming I hear?      
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