Saturday, August 13, 2011

The Act of Giving

The Act of Giving

We must not be enticed by the “compassionate act of giving” but rather to understand why the giving continues to be a failed solution to the on-going global problems. There are those who find solace in building homes for the homeless, providing food for the hungry and offering money to alleviate the pain and suffering of so many. Giving is an act of distancing oneself from the real problem. In most cases we build layers of bureaucracy so that those in need fail to benefit from the benevolence that was intended for them. This layer is made of Charities, NGO’s and government organizations that use the pain and suffering of others as a means of extorting money from the masses. They have amassed vast influence, capital and an army of well paid blood-suckers.

The world seems to be on a democracy kick. People are creating revolution to embrace the ideals of democracy. In the process of trying to create a better world for themselves, they ultimately fall prey to an even more sinister force. The last century saw many dictators abuse their authority and the scope of their military power. They had amassed vast fortunes while their people hungered for food and opportunity. Newly created puppet regimes serve the will of a much bigger master and not the masses. By controlling the malevolent intentions of the Military Industrial Complex and Intelligence Organizations we will be in a better position to assist all mankind. While the latter two bodies perpetrate covert insurrection and chaos, our “body politic” is the legitimized puppet of the age old aristocracies and secret societies. This is where our benevolence is ultimately deposited. The masters want warring slaves not a happy, well-fed and educated mass. This would be considered a threat. Mother Nature thrives on symbiosis, mankind thrives on destruction.

In light of what is happening in our world today. A pro-democracy movement is acceptable revolution in a non-democratic setting. A civil rights protest in a democratic setting is considered insurgency. Democracy by its very nature is the power and will of the people demanding change regardless of the existing governmental structure. Government, no matter what kind, is self-serving. Government must be made to become subservient to the will of the people. Charity must be transformed into opportunity. Whether militarily, politically or economically motivated, China is accomplishing this very truth in its own country and abroad - specifically in Africa and many other challenged nations. They are giving and expecting something in return.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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