The Darkness

It’s so dark around. I don’t know where I end and it begins. I have to crawl through this stuff and play a role with these characters. I’m not sure I’m fit for this kind of work. I certainly don’t have the company of women. Being invisible is a skill not a gift. It takes a very keen sense of worthlessness to activate such distance. A portable loneliness, if it were. You carry it everywhere. Even into your dreams where it haunts your decisions; mocking you. Well, I’ve just about had enough of that. I almost added shit to the last of that sentence, but I don’t curse much anymore. I’m a coffee table magazine at best. The free little pamphlets you see on the counter at the corner five and dime; that’s me. I litter the floor of your car with my propaganda. I’m the author of the poison control phone number on the back of your cleaning agents under your sink. I’m the chemically printed receipt inserted into your fucking happy meal. The food tastes just as bad without me. And that wasn’t a compliment. So, this darkness I spoke of; it’s creeping up the edges of my notion. Catching my attention on a number of occasions. I don’t usually give it much attention but it plays with the senses. Just out of direct view, but a prick of sorts when it wants you to recall your regrets. It’s a clouding element, like a gas, if only neon could be black and far less conductive. It champions your fears and flits around your head in its own foggy byproduct like a fairy on shrooms. It’s you as a child but somehow queered. Enough about my dark observances. You may see them soon enough if you remove the shards of broken perfume bottles from your olfactory.

There’s another thing going on. Remember the goals you set when you were still growing? Well, I don’t. I likely didn’t set goals. After dreams get trampled, goals seem far less satisfying. I’d rather be flying reverse-engineered saucer technology for the black military than typing out a bunch of secrets into the vast expanses of the idiotnet. The only comments worth reading are the spam ads for cigar forums or Russian websites that install botnets. Spammers are the only messages I get. My ideas are usually very developed and leave little space for the reader’s imagination. This is a mistake (from a marketing perspective) I commonly make because I have a very specific view of the world; including the darkness. It’s all very obvious to me and that makes me write very strong arguments. I could curb it, but I don’t want to. I like that my arguments are strong, it’s an open challenge to communicate. But the idiotnet is populated by articles about: famous movie monsters, TV shows, guides for sports, riding a bicycle, lists of dumb shit that are [fill in the blank], and the rest of that garbage. It is cannon fodder; filler for idiots because they don’t want you to notice the real topics that actually concern you or can affect you. I feel that people have become soulless. There is a significant deficiency in the ethereal plasma department.

Maybe this is how idiotnet people disconnect from their life. They read dumb shit and comment on dumb shit and revolve around dumb shit and reply to dumb shit comments on the dumb shit topics. I’d like to think their unplugged life is full of culture and color and substance and love and listening and observation and reasoning and logic and compassion and feeling, but then I remember; this new breed never unplugs. I reiterate, I think they are soulless. And for that; fuck them and the IP they rode in on. They see a picture of a lifeless body after the executioner has done his work and they feel nothing. There is no empathic ability in their hearts or their heads. They’re dead inside and feel nothing but the artificial spike in the vein when they medicate and cannibalize more parts of their soulless identities.

And now for something completely different.
I went outside for fifteen minutes this early morning and observed my environment and what it is like at four in the morning. That will probably be the highlight of my day. The rest of the day will be spent trying to actually sleep instead of resting and fighting my skin reactions to poisonous plant exposure for spending a little bit of time over the past week cutting down weeds, plants and ivy. This may justify why I’m currently so ornery. No, it can’t. There is no justification for my behavior. There are explanations, but I will not justify them. The early-morning night sky was only eclipsed in its grandeur by the startling lack of noise. I heard a great deal of natural sound because the martial law transmitters aren’t active that early in the morning. I didn’t hear the humming of the radiated spectrum pollution. I was at peace. And for a moment, before I returned to the cave, I felt hopeful for a future where I could be happy. That’s all I’m expressing at this time.

-Jeremy Edward Dion

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Condoning Violence


When to Condone Violence

It’s understandable that becoming a parent effects a powerful change in people. Humans are very protective over their children and a great deal of emotion links the child/parent relationship. It’s logical that anyone attempting to abduct children from parents will be met with great hostility. This can be easily observed and it’s a healthy response for parents to be protective of their children.

Because abduction is an act of force, it must be met with force to prevent it. There is no committee that will keep people from stealing your children. In fact, it is more likely that it is the committee and policies that decide to steal them. I’m very concerned about the hierarchical corruption and immoral practices of Child Protective Services (CPS). They won’t listen to reason at the moment of actual abduction, and seldom before-hand either. This action by the abductors must be met with force. I reiterate; it must be met with great hostility. The abduction of children by state committees must not be allowed less you place all faith of family in the hands of those who value none. In this situation, I condone an immediate outright violent response. The family unit has been under attack by committees for decades.

These abductions would never happen if we had militias. Now, most would argue I’m in error because we have “militias”. But I say: They are not real. American Militias are supposedly organized groups of armed citizens whose purpose is to ensure a free society through adherence to our constitution. This is not the case today. Our militias are allowed to exist only by cowering under the might of authoritarian tyranny if they profess to be peaceful. Forget pacifism, it can only bring unbalanced compromise; the citizenry loses liberty while the government enslaves them. You must practice peace but promise your capacity for hostility to ensure liberty.

Let’s examine the logic:

1. If you are a militia that forever practices peace, then you are useless to the citizenry. How can you be a militia if you are peaceful? Your function is to enact force against the injustices of committees. That force must be backed by effective ability, and defense against a committee action is rarely a peaceful conflict.

2. A free republic has no place for pacifism because you must struggle to protect it. This struggle involves inherent acts of force. Free societies have the weakness of being manipulated by the willful egomaniacs that want to authoritatively control the world. They enact democracy to divide and conquer the public, and only force can stop them. Force is all they know.

3. If someone comes to steal your property by force, you must simultaneously meet that action with abrupt and equal force to prevent it. Otherwise, the bully will continue to hassle you because you are a passive target. You must be vigilant to strike down injustices as they happen! You can try to use reason and logic to solve the issue, but that is not realistic because authoritarians consistently refuse to be reasonable. When it takes nine squad cars to enforce an unconstitutional inflexible policy against a family of four, the bastards plan to be unreasonable. It is always made obvious when they plan to be immoral and unreasonable. Even U.S. foreign policy reflects these practices; operating on erroneous or falsified information to invade sovereign nations before respectfully conferencing with them.

I haven’t got all the answers but I know how to explain what I see. I’m not blind to the corruption, nor will I be quiet in its presence. Just about everyone I speak to feels the jackals closing in on them. The young have the luxury of moderate ignorance but those of us that have experienced a respect for freedom know what has been lost. Ammunition can’t be cast and pressed fast enough to create a surplus. Firearms and firearm modifications are at the top of the daily topics. More people are growing their own food and home schooling their children. Faith in state services is at record lows. If I didn’t already believe I knew the outcome, I’d say we were on the brink of a hot-war revolution.

I want to switch gears now and write a little on how the USA got into this predicament. I don’t usually like to talk about blame but since it’s a popular filler for airtime on the chatterboxes of the internet and airways, I’ll go into a little of what I’ve begun to understand. It’s important to first get some perspective on the argument.

The USA was designed as a sovereign nation seeking independence from England when they decided to screw England over on a previous agreement to subservience and economics extending into the “new country”. England is ruled by bastards. England has always been ruled by bastards and will likely always be ruled by bastards. So it is no surprise that the newly liberated peoples of the new country decided to form their own nation after and during the slaughter of most of the native residents of the new country. “We The People” created a republic with a constitution of laws that all could agree adherence to. The USA believes in property rights (except for the rights of the native peoples) and thinks the individual (non-native) has a right to pursue a living that produces happiness and financial prosperity through free market capitalism. Before the defined system of capitalism, there were capitalists. A capitalist is an individual who trades any property and makes a profit. It’s not complicated; people have been profiting from trade since the existence of the idea of ownership. It’s a natural inclination to want to make more in your next trade than your previous exchange with that property. The best capitalists are the ones that add their physical work to the property before they sell it, and therefore, have an increased potential to profit from their trade. There was never a need to create the system of capitalism, but since the establishment of that system it has become easier to regulate it.

Here is where it gets really interesting. Few parts of the current United States of America resemble how they were founded. There can be no free market capitalism if there is regulation. And regulation is especially prevalent when concerning trade. Taxes are regulations, and there is no shortage of them either. The invention of trade regulation and profit taxing was devised by bankers, lenders, money-changers and so-called royalty. This is an authoritarian finance model focused on the centralization of wealth. A tax is a fee that is forced to be paid, and compliance to payment is a symbol of the subjects’ subordination. Commonly, payment of a fee is for a service but in this case we can call it a disservice. I’ve written about this topic in previous articles so I’ll get to the result. In summation, the blame for the USA’s current economic and tyrannical authoritarian problems can be placed on the regulators. Anyone who advocates trade regulation, in any of its forms (licensing, taxes, insurance, permits, fines, patent restrictions, and approval stamps); can be found in the company of the secretive, the established, the wealthy, and the top competitors. The secretive meetings are for fixing market prices, choosing political successors and designing bipolar regulations (beneficial for high-end corporations but devastating to low-end businesses).

In all amusing likelihood the human race was genetically engineered by a superior entity (God or Alien) to serve as a workforce under direction from the more intelligent entity. So the human race may have come by this subservient practice honestly. Our natural inclination toward authoritarian hierarchy may be strongly cultural and rooted from at least as far back as the Sumerians. But mere subservience within a hierarchy doesn’t produce or merit violence. And it shouldn’t. So why are civilians preparing for war? I have some logical theories.

I’ll gladly do what I’m told as long as I’m respected, it doesn’t conflict with my sense of morality and I’m paid enough for my services. So my dissent comes from either:
A. I’m not allowed to keep what I’ve earned.
B. I’m forced to follow immoral orders because I’m financially trapped in a job.
C. I’m not respected as a human being.
D. All of the above.

The answer is D. The government has been stealing your money. The government sides with banks and takes what is yours to give to them. The government forces its minions to perform immoral acts against you. The government doesn’t respect you, gropes you in public, demoralizing everything about you and the nature of being human; making you guilty for being alive. I’m pretty sure this is not our Constitutional Republic. So, yeah, you can see why Americans are preparing to attack the false government (FG). It’s an occupying force and it must be brought down. The FG realizes this and has spread our military across the globe to limit our ability to communicate with them. They got a lot of our military fooled into thinking they are legitimately in power. But the young soldiers are deceived or have no sense of reference for comparison.

When I read The Republic (Plato) I thought the noble lie was an amusing concept but I found many flaws in the argument. The foremost flaw being that lying is immoral, and thus the operation of the republic is immoral. Plato wasn’t really concerned with that because he was humiliating the idea of control. It was not meant to be taken in a serious manner. Anyhow, I never thought people would consider using it as the blueprint for a live government. But there are types of people that just take things so seriously or literally. Liberals, for instance, place so much value in the opinions of established professors, and the like, that when they hear a talk on these types of philosophical matters; they suspend sound judgment, critical thinking or even common sense. Conservatives, however, are so set in their ways from their hands-on experiences that they wouldn’t know a novel idea if it bit them in their 401K. These two classifications of behavior are thought of as polar opposites. It is designed exactly as you are intended to believe; always only two choices. Blue or Red. Divide and conquer. They don’t want you to look at the Green. The third option will always be discredited unless they own it too. So you cannot expect to beat the system by using its allowed methods. True liberation can only come from true opposition. And to oppose a force that is violent against its people, the people must be violent in its defense. And now you are in a de facto state of war, thus deception is your primary function.

So, one could argue that we are living in Plato’s Republic because we are deceived by our government, and they are also at war with us. Too bad it is all out of ignorance and misinterpreting an early concept.

-Jeremy Edward Dion

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Portrait of Chance

Portrait of Chance

A new twist of trees around every bend
Infinite new designs to be seen
Colorful examples of life’s possibilities
Shining through the leaves of our branches

Artfully suggested in the portrait of the world
Are the records for the math of our chances
Choices are decisions left undecided
And the paint will never fade us

Truth is the brush in freedoms hand
Leaving a stroke of genius through ether
Drying instantly over the canvas of time
Telling a story of the land

A moonshot artist stands drawing air
Shaping individuals and affairing pairs
Flakes of lies break off a fat true swipe
Drying personifies what is right

– Jeremy Edward Dion

Systems

Economic systems, like computer systems, have vulnerabilities and are always open to exploitation. Systems are built on the principles of cause and effect. There are rules which should be followed or the system will fail to achieve its intended purpose. The economy is a bit more flexible because it exists as an idea; an intangible. But like a computer, if you introduce a pattern of events contrary to the design, the system will begin to serve another purpose or cease functioning until reset.

Capitalism has been getting a bad reputation recently. Many people blame all capitalism for the increasing problems in the United States. I do not share this belief. In pure logical (or philosophical) practice and explanation, Free-Market Capitalism, is the easiest and most empowering form of trade system. It governs itself and is regulated only by natural market practices without any hierarchical oversight. It works. But this is not what we have in the United States. The United States is a mixed-market practice of Corporate Capitalism, State Capitalism, Crony Capitalism, and a few others that are outside the scope of my argument.

There is a war against Free-Market Capitalism by entities that practice these more complex forms of Capitalism. This is proven by the practice of regulation. Regulation is governed by, well, government; or rather, some entity claiming authority over your trade. At that very moment that you comply to your competitions’ regulations, you no longer practice Free-Market Capitalism. Regulation can be in the form of licensing, taxes, insurance, permits, fines, patent research, and required stamps of approval by whatever alphabet list of organizations that also assume an authority over your trade. Many business ideas are literally regulated out of possibility before they’re even started. There is all that to compete with and we haven’t yet even discussed your competition! Notice that I mention patent research as a regulation. This is important to understand because the patent system has been vulnerable to corporate misuse since its onset. An entity can develop or purchase the rights to a technology and lock it out from supply even though there is demand. And if anyone else comes along with the idea and develops a product, regardless of demand; they won’t be able to supply that need in the market unless it is allowed. But if it was allowed, they risk losing the guidance of the market.

The established monopolistic capitalists aren’t stupid, but they certainly don’t care about you or your idea of proper economic practice. They don’t have ties to countries like the 99 percent do. Corporate Capitalists pledge allegiance to an entirely different animal. I’ve written of it before and it’s called Uniform Commercial Code. You can research UCC if you feel you can handle the excitement, but it is as fun to read as Sumerian Cuneiform. Back on topic, the elitist capitalist knows that to make more money, you must guide the market. You don’t have to have a better product; you just have to agree upon someone having the only readily available one. So, instead of all the major corporations fighting with each other for the top spot in any given market, they meet behind closed doors and decide which entities in the market will succeed and which will not. And then they invest based on those decisions. Now if there ever were any rule governing the practice of proper economics, here is where we would see the very first rule. It deals with conflicts of interests.


1. Any regulation should never come into existence that, in its effect, favors one entity over another; nor can the compounding effect from multiple regulations do the same.
That’s fairly straightforward and obvious why it’s important but because of the failure to adhere to this very logical rule, whole civilizations have been kept in the dark ages. This always leads to the redistribution of wealth from those that don’t have much, to those that do. This is a continued cycle of poverty and slavery by systematic regulation. It’s called guiding the market but it’s easy to see how it does more damage than mere market manipulation. Regulation starts wars.

The core conclusion of the argument is that by establishing a system (any system) with more words than thought, you have set rules that will be followed by some and ignored by others; ignored by those that have written them but enforced upon those that can’t ignore them. The rules of any system have always been written by those that think they are better than them. This is a double standard, and so I choose to ignore them entirely.

Free-Market Capitalism is the only practical solution to facilitate a rebirth of moral values in the United States, but in order for that to happen, government must relinquish its regulatory stranglehold on trade. And if that were to happen, government would barely exist because that’s all they do. Government is an authoritative hand established by corporatists to guide the economy toward Regulated Capitalism; any kind that is not Free-Market Capitalism.

-Jeremy Edward Dion