Friday, November 30, 2012

With respect to trying to keep an all seeing eye on things...

Ironically eyes themselves are merely another type of technology, i.e. a very sophisticated technique for seeing or a metaphor for the state of being conscious. But when the show must go on most people don't really focus on the state of consciousness itself, even if all the entertaining shows and techniques in the world can't seem to birth an "I AM" moment in the dust of the earth. Although they may in the future as humans imitate the technologies already in use in their own bodies, by design. E.g.
Drawing heavily upon nature for inspiration, a team of researchers has created a new artificial lens that is nearly identical to the natural lens of the human eye. This innovative lens, which is made up of thousands of nanoscale polymer layers, may one day provide a more natural performance in implantable lenses.... it also may lead to superior ground and aerial surveillance technology.
Everyone should know where we're headed with global surveillance and the "united state" of governmental claims of global omniscience in the end... so we may as well take our time getting there. After all, all this progress is probably going to "be" a pale imitation of the real Creator and on a long enough timeline we keep on dying when the gift of consciousness and en"light"enment recedes no matter what techniques we use to try to bear it a little longer. But think about it this way. If any civilization did reach a technological singularity of sorts and the dust of the Cosmos is merely a matter of "data" which can be arranged based on techniques or technology then even resurrection* isn't out of the question. It's an open question, yet many seem certain that receding back into dust is eternal ignorance and ignorance... bliss. *
Although acknowledging that there are some similarities between the Singularity and the Rapture (i.e., millenarianism, transcendence), Singularitarians counter that the differences are crucial (i.e., rationalism, naturalism, uncertainty of outcome, human-caused event, nature of the event contingent on human action, no insider privilege, no religious trappings, no revenge against non-believers, no anthropomorphism, evidence-based justification for belief). STS academic David Correia argues that the Singularitarian movement is encouraged and sponsored by a malevolent network of military and corporate interests in search of human enhancement technologies that serve to reinforce social inequality since the Singularity offers the conditions of permanent capitalist social relations and the bioengineering of bourgeois values. Correia concludes that Singularitarianism and the broader transhumanist movement are old-fashioned eugenics with better techniques passing itself off as pragmatic postmodernism. --Wikipedia
Singularitarians.... that's awkward. There again, they are science geeks.

Bob English on Geithner Leaving Derivatives Backdoor Open as he Walks Ou...

Thursday, November 29, 2012

RSA Animate: The Truth About Dishonesty

Keiser Report: Hermaphrodite Banking

The math on what?

Why? Your brain events are imagining that the intelligent use of symbolism has meaning for some reason today? In any event, the history of math:
Although Gödel constructed this statement directly, the existence of at least one such statement follows from the diagonal lemma, which says that for any sufficiently strong formal system and any statement form F there is a statement p such that the system proves p ↔ F(G(p)).
By letting F be the negation of Bew(x), we obtain the theorem p ↔ ~Bew(G(p)) Now assume that the formal system is ω-consistent. Let p be the statement obtained in the previous section. If p were provable, then Bew(G(p)) would be provable, as argued above. But p asserts the negation of Bew(G(p)). Thus the system would be inconsistent, proving both a statement and its negation. This contradiction shows that p cannot be provable. If the negation of p were provable, then Bew(G(p)) would be provable (because p was constructed to be equivalent to the negation of Bew(G(p))). However, for each specific number x, x cannot be the Gödel number of the proof of p, because p is not provable (from the previous paragraph).
Thus on one hand the system supports construction of a number with a certain property (that it is the Gödel number of the proof of p), but on the other hand, for every specific number x, it can be proved that the number does not have this property. This is impossible in an ω-consistent system. Thus the negation of p is not provable. Thus the statement p is undecidable: it can neither be proved nor disproved within the chosen system. So the chosen system is either inconsistent or incomplete. This logic can be applied to any formal system meeting the criteria. The conclusion is that all formal systems meeting the criteria are either inconsistent or incomplete. --Wikipedia
Or you could look at it symbolically given that you're living in a symbolic structure of time or a seven solar/sunday work week to this very day. Six is incomplete but the seventh day is complete, symbolically in the minds of most to this day.  (It's all always symbolic, except when it isn't and you literally have to get to work.  Imagine that!)  You can even make it into a symbolic trinity in 666 to have a whole trinity of incompleteness etc.  In other words it has been known for some time that the number of man is incomplete, however one wants to state it.

On a side note, it's interesting how the whole six thousand years number typical to the "flat earth" $tate of mind typical to progressives is often associated with the "deniers" of global warming.  I.e. young earth creationists are supposedly to be associated with "six" million Holocaust deniers.  Ironic?  What a twisted web is woven but apparently that's some nice symbolic propaganda for "flat earth" liberals due to their ignorance, as usual. Anyway, keeping in mind that false prophets are supposedly using mathematics to model and make profitable projections about the entire globe here is an even simpler way of looking at limitations to knowledge:
Hilbert’s Programme was doomed in that it was unrealizable. In a piece of mathematics that stands as an intellectual tour-de-force of the first magnitude, Gödel demonstrated that the arithmetic with which we are all familiar is incomplete: …that is, in any system that has a finite set of axioms and rules of inference and which is large enough to contain ordinary arithmetic, there are always true statements of the system that cannot be proved on the basis of that set of axioms and those rules of inference. This result is known as Gödel’s First Incompleteness Theorem. Now Hilbert’s Programme also aimed to prove the essential consistency of his formulation of mathematics as a formal system. Gödel, in his Second Incompleteness Theorem, shattered that hope as well. He proved that one of the statements that cannot be proved in a sufficiently strong formal system is the consistency of the system itself. In other words, if arithmetic is consistent then that fact is one of the things that cannot be proved in the system. It is something that we can only believe on the basis of the evidence, or by appeal to higher axioms. This has been succinctly summarized by saying that if a religion is something whose foundations are based on faith, then mathematics is the only religion that can prove it is a religion! (God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God? by John Lennox :52)
Projections vary, but follow the mathematics of money or symbols of debt to their end and you may find the root of all evil.

Why Nations Fail and Robber Barons Succeed with Dr. James Robinson!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012


50 minutes in, nails it.

Darwin's God: The Silent Yawn

Darwin's God: The Silent Yawn:
A culture’s creation narrative is foundational, for it forms the template for everything else. One of the consequences of evolution—the belief that the world spontaneously arose by itself—is that it underwrites moral relativism, which is not to say there is no right and wrong but rather that right and wrong is something that we decide. And since evolution is true, it is to evolution that we go for our rights. “We hold these truths to be self-evident,” proclaims the Declaration of Independence, “that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” But with evolution there is no such endowment, for there is no such Creator. Not that evolution derives from atheism, it does not. Evolution derives from a different kind of theism, a kind where we decide what is right.

One of the rights evolutionists decided we did not have is the right to Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. In the twentieth century eugenics movement evolutionary science was used to mutilate and institutionalize those whom evolutionists decided were not deserving of these rights. This was no backwater operation. It was a nationwide movement backed up by Supreme Court decisions. (Emphasis added)
There are theological "panda's thumb" type reasons that evolution was and is essentially imagined and created based on disputes among Christians or those so heavily influenced by Christian theology that they were or are not aware of their own assumptions. After all, there's no real reason to imagine things about the past in a similar or sequential and gradual way if nature based "paganism" is true. So how about a little mystery religion or some quantum woo with some more cyclical patterns thrown in? It might be a long way from Darwin's projection of capitalism and gradualism onto nature. Although maybe he was right to try to explain nature and other organisms in terms of human economics given that he was trying to explain everything in terms of ignorant processes and mechanisms. After all, if you're interested in explaining everything (including your own brain events) in terms of ignorance then what better candidates for such a psychological projection (I mean, purely scientific project... cough.) are there than economists and their equally great works of "knowledge"?

Darwin's God: So Unique, So Exceptional—The Miracles of Evolutio...

Darwin's God: So Unique, So Exceptional—The Miracles of Evolutio...: Here is a must see video that is well worth the five minutes of your time. It will have you asking, with evolutionist Ed Scholes, “Why?”

Darwin's God: Death is Evolution’s Engine of Progress

Darwin's God: Death is Evolution’s Engine of Progress: Nature is, as Tennyson lamented, red in tooth and claw, but Darwinism turned death and bloodshed into a virtue. It is evolution’s natural ...

Keiser Report: God Hates Bankers

God hates bankers? That's not exactly true. After all, He embraced Judas and loved him too. See Dietrich Bonhoeffer's thoughts on the subject: The Collected Sermons of Dietrich Bonhoeffer By Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Max is a bit psychotic... but it takes one to know one, as they say.

Contrast with Lady Gaga's theatrical productions about Judas, although they're probably more her handler's and financier's productions than her own at this point. So much for artistic creativity... so keep an eye on the symbolism typical to paper ponzi and the idea of manipulating perceptions, if you're not too ignorant and stupid to do so at this point. Meanwhile, back in reality... Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta seems to be busy with checking her hotel rooms for ghosts and demons that seem to haunt the brains between her symbolic temples. Too much handling? Hopefully she won't wind up dead in a bathtub... because some baptisms seem to be different than others.
Today in ORLY? news: Lady Gaga is "terrified" of evil spirits and spends thousands of dollars on having every hotel and tour venue "scanned by a team of paranormal investigators." Gaga allegedly spent $47,000 on a "state of the art" electro magnetic field meter that can detect ghosts...
Attention whores, for all their theatrics even they seem to be just scared little daughters of God in the end. There again, I've been scared too. Yet I like to think that I do not need attention as I'm only interested in observing, describing and writing the truth of things in so far as that is possible in a world full of mystery.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Mexican Mormon War (Drug Cartels vs. Mormons Full Length)

The entertainment value of paganism...

A comment with respect to the separation of paganism and the current state of things:
The idea that the Cremation of Care ceremony is merely a symbolic gesture for attendees to let loose and relax is not supported by the reality of the event.
   For one thing, it’s extremely bad theater. If such a dramatization were to have occurred only in one year of the event’s existence, and happened to be caught on video, then we could understand the “harmless prankster” angle. But it didn’t. This particular event occurs every year. The same ritual. The same bad script. The same dumb theme. The same look. The same burning of the “effigy”. If it’s so “meaningless” why don’t they perform different rituals from one year to the next?
   Secondly, as theater, it is amateur and dull. And for such an amateur and dull event, it drags on and on. Who wants to watch that kind of weird, crappy entertainment over and over every year....  Link

I wonder if that's public property or if some atheists want to meet at Starbucks to see if it is to try to stop their rulers and leaders in general from engaging in pagan ceremonies?  Just kidding, there's probably no such thing as "public property" for the owners of the public and its debts in general.

But some local nativity scenes on public property?  Atheists will be quick to have a meeting then because nativity scenes are probably a threat to national security and the establishment of a national religion too. 

Scratch the surface and everything is a farce and a satire these days.  So the most likely explanation for the rituals typical to the American ruling class may be that we're already ruled by pagans and wealthy cabals of people.  Ironically if the wealthy didn't get greedy, then they could keep thieving and looting through the "financial services" industry without people in "the base" noticing ("Hey, it seems like I have less wealth or somethin'.).  But you know how that goes.  In any event... meanwhile, people at a local level wander around occupying space or looking for nativity scenes that they can flop down in front of and play pretend about being victimized by?

That should be the least of their concerns.

Reflecting on odd things....

Another odd thing you might reflect on is the common law innovation of using juries, which you mention above and which you don’t quite grasp in context. There are no juries in actions in equity. There are juries in law courts. Again, this was a move AWAY from ecclesiastical authority....

Another odd thing you might reflect on is that the mystery religion and secret societies involved in ruling the world may eventually move back toward "actions in equity" based on "ecclesiastical authority."  Forward.  Or backward?  According to esoteric teachings current rulers will be naturally moving backward toward claims of omniscience (all seeing eyes in the sky), omnipotence (drones assassinating people without trial) and omnipresence (Big Brother).  (The supposed omniscience of the CIA is a long way from trial by jury at a local level.  Too bad they can't even tell what's going in Benghazi, though.)

Or did people think that we will have scientific progress "forward" merely by doing away with Christianity or all backward "religions" by whatever means necessary?  Ironically, it's likely that no sooner will "fundamentalism" be done away with than ignorant and stupid atheists and agnostics will reach the limits of their useful idiocy and the real elitists, gnostics and occult mystery schools that set off the idiotic "order out of chaos" pattern of their vain imaginations will emerge from the shadows again.  Just saying.  Because the final "externalization of the hierarchy" has been in the works for thousands of years (Imagine if time isn't necessarily what you think it is... and watch out for UFOs while you're at it.) and it's ultimately based on playing pretend about being God.  Yeah, so it may be backward to "religion" for "flat earth" progressives.  Backward, it's the new forward?

Imagine if people should ask themselves, which side has Bushbama Inc. been on with respect to systematically moving toward global omniscience, omnipotence and omnipresence?  Still waiting on Obama's big face to be put over more polling places so that he can almost be present everywhere...  just kidding, the theatrical productions and techniques involved in it all probably have to be way better than anything people are currently capable of. 

Although one would think that anyone with eyes in their head can see where Bushbama Inc. has been moving the herd based on propaganda and so on in general.  A short cut is simply to skip to the end of what playing pretend about being God would look like.  So they're moving "forward" toward global (omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent)  government and a "new world order" and not "backward" away from it and back toward local government or people ruling themselves or being their own political stars. 

So give it a few generations until the masses grow bigger to worship yet another political star with global ambitions or a global Big Brother and Ruler with delusions of omnipotence and ("But now I have drones to rule you.") omniscience ("And a surveillance state to protect you too!").  In the meantime, agnostics are often content to wallow around in ignorance of their own making so they're often easily ruled and led this way and that by gnostics in one way or another.  Real.  Ignorant.

SOLA 5.6 Usury and Religion

I don't agree with everything he says but it's probably important to at least get people thinking at this point. Still waiting on the exponential growth function of trillions to reach into the quadrillions... let's just skip to infinity and be done with it? These are relatively meaningless numbers. Eventually we'll probably be saying that every molecule on the earth has to be harnessed to produce wealth in some way to pay back the debts and moral deficits involved in our financial "system."

Monday, November 19, 2012

Notes on the surreal...

No matter how good he looked in his biographer-mistress’s book, it doesn’t make up for the fact that we failed to conquer the countries we invaded, and ended up occupying undefeated nations. The genius of General Petraeus was to recognize early on that the war he had been sent to fight in Iraq wasn’t a real war at all. This is what the public and the news media — lamenting the fall of the brilliant hero undone by a tawdry affair — have failed to see. He wasn’t the military magician portrayed in the press; he was a self-constructed hologram, emitting an aura of preening heroism for the ever eager cameras. ....

General Petraeus is very, very clever, which is quite different from stating that he is the brilliant tactician he has been described as. He figured if he hadn’t actually been given the mission to “win” the “war” he found himself in, he could at least look good in the meantime. And the truth is he did a lot of good things, like conceiving of the idea of basically buying the loyalties of various factions in Iraq. But they weren’t the kinds of things that win wars. In fact, they were the kinds of things that prolong wars, which for the general had the useful side effect of putting him on ever grander stages so he could be seen doing ever grander things, culminating in his appointment last year as the director of the C.I.A. ....

The fact is that none of our generals have led us to a victory since men like Patton and my grandfather, Lucian King Truscott Jr., stormed the beaches of North Africa and southern France with blood in their eyes and military murder on their minds. Those generals, in my humble opinion, were nearly psychotic in their drive to kill enemy soldiers and subjugate enemy nations. Thankfully, we will probably never have cause to go back to those blood-soaked days. But we still shouldn’t allow our military establishment to give us one generation after another of imitation generals who pretend to greatness on talk shows and photo spreads, jetting around the world in military-spec business jets.

A Phony Hero for a Phony War

General Electric

Notice how GE marketed itself originally as keeping everyone safe:
Edison carried out a campaign to discourage the use of alternating current, including spreading disinformation on fatal AC accidents, publicly killing animals, and lobbying against the use of AC in state legislatures. Edison directed his technicians, primarily Arthur Kennelly and Harold P. Brown, to preside over several AC-driven killings of animals, primarily stray cats and dogs but also unwanted cattle and horses. Acting on these directives, they were to demonstrate to the press that alternating current was more dangerous than Edison's system of direct current. .... Years after DC had lost the "war of the currents," in 1903, his film crew made a movie of the electrocution with high voltage AC, supervised by Edison employees, of Topsy, a Coney Island circus elephant which had recently killed three men. Edison opposed capital punishment, but his desire to disparage the system of alternating current led to the invention of the electric chair. Harold P. Brown, who was being secretly paid by Edison, built the first electric chair for the state of New York to promote the idea that alternating current was deadlier than DC. When the chair was first used, on August 6, 1890, the technicians on hand misjudged the voltage needed to kill the condemned prisoner, William Kemmler. The first jolt of electricity was not enough to kill Kemmler, and only left him badly injured. The procedure had to be repeated and a reporter on hand described it as "an awful spectacle, far worse than hanging." George Westinghouse commented: "They would have done better using an axe." --Wikipedia
Ironically, accurate history doesn't leave much of a market in modern times for the type of "safety first!" B$ that gave birth to GE.

On the other hand, two days after Tesla's death the government seized all of his possessions... imagine that. Maybe he's generally the person who had an imagination that worked in reality?

 The problem with reality:
Tesla had particular difficulties interacting with authority figures, especially his employers. This was due in part to his superior understanding of the electrical systems that he was working on. He faced constant frustration because his mind held perfect designs for futuristic machines that did not yet exist in reality. Instead of being able to freely create his designs, he was forced to work instead for people who could not even comprehend them. Tesla preferred to work alone because he could not slow down to wait for "lesser men" (including Thomas Edison). At times, these "creative differences" would lead to Tesla's dismissal. In his later years, Tesla became even more socially isolated. He began to spend part of each day methodically feeding pigeons and bringing injured birds back to his Waldorf Astoria apartment to care for them. Despite his irrational fear of germs, he was often seen in the park with pigeons covering his arms (he even had a favorite white pigeon who visited his apartment window).
One might say that the arc of Tesla's life was better than Edison's, crazy as Tesla supposedly was... but at least Edison realized that we'd all be better off in Tesla's type of imaginative arc and with his lovey/dovey friends in the end. It seems to be the difference between being electrocuted by your own techniques and harnessing the power of electricity and nature in biblical proportions. Imagine that! We're probably better off without too much more, though. People blame nature and natural disasters but people are and have been moral degenerates and that's generally the real reason why we can't have more nice things.

Friday, November 16, 2012

6,000 years to six days, to six million....

Random note... remember that thing you keep talking about with the 6,000 years number every time your mind thinks that it is certain of itself, did you mean that in solar years? Because imagine if you couldn't see the light in the way that you're imagining, then how would you count yourself as enlightened or closer to the sun at the top of the pyramid like most Masons and Catholics and so on typically do? The Catholic church is the only church that owns an observatory... right? I could be wrong but I'm probably not. So I just Googled it:
Lucifer is part of the Large Binocular Telescope, which happens to be right next to the Vatican Observatory on Mt. Graham in Tucson. That's right, the Vatican has an observatory in Arizona, manned by Jesuit astronomers. Now its next-door neighbor is named for the Devil. Scientists at five German universities designed the instrument, and they came up with the name, according to Daniel Stolte, a spokesman for the University of Arizona. Stolte -- who is German -- explained that the team was tossing around names, looking for an acronym that would fit all the technical terms. "In Germany, they wouldn't have the same hesitation that Americans would have, since it's a very secular country," he said. "I may be completely off, but that's just my hunch -- for us Germans, Lucifer just sounds cool. It's more historical than emotional." No matter your religion, the photos are certainly cool.
But what you see isn't always what you get. So imagine that, yet no matter your religion... more entertainment incoming! I wonder, who is financing it? Quick, someone contribute to Lucis Trust... and maybe we can get some more good works out of Luciferians and World Peace too:
Founded as the Lucifer Publishing Company in the early 1920s, the name was changed in 1925 to the Lucis Publishing Company. In Latin lucern ferre translates to "light-bearer" and lucis means of light. The Lucis Trust has always maintained the same name. --Wikipedia
Figures. Maybe they could be bought out by Prometheus and then have more book sales on the Today Show at Rockefeller center, etc. World Peace, yay! Or is it a piece of America that many media moguls seem to want? Be careful how it is cut up, if so. The nature of American media kind of makes one wonder how far Christian mega churches and so on can go to get in on the act and the spectacle of the theatrical productions of it all. To begin with, they don't seem to be very good at the light shows and techniques involved. If only they could afford an Olympian closing ceremony fit for the gods where all their separated churches join as one to bring their flames back to light up a huge Phoenix then they could be born again. Just kidding. But maybe some are getting there. More Christian entertainment and fallen rockstars and so on incoming, I guess... so what's their share of the market these days? And remember Mel Gibson? Wow.

It seems like sometimes when you try to use techniques to play with fire or engage in "light bearing" with the best of intentions, you may still get burned or burned out.

I should make a note of that. But I probably won't.

Healthcare in reality vs. paper ponzi...

…. where does the other $299,000 come from, Falcor.

The way things are going apparently the plan is to have it come from paper ponzi until the currency wars* turn into real wars, beginning with and staged in the Mid East. Note how the epicenter of idolatry makes people stupid and how they begin fighting over a "Dome of Rock" or other bits of rock and dust. So prepare for more reports on it from Rockefeller Center while NBC "news" Rock Center journalists/lemmings report more at 11 for the sake of their worthless careers, etc.

Back on the topic of trying to use more paper ponzi to provide more healthcare.... maybe Americans can rub some papers, credit cards or food stamps on themselves and there you go, all better? Wait... people didn't expect to get more and better healthcare from Obama Inc. and insurance companies in reality, did they? Note that it doesn't make that big a difference if the cost/benefit analysis is done by a collection of government lawyers for insurance companies and their lobbyist/lawyers or if it is done directly by... insurance companies based on their policies. The only big difference will be if market feedback and elections are smothered and "the base" of Red/Blue states in a police state can no longer get to the elite corporate or government lawyers providing it with "public service" or goods and services from on high.

A satire of NYC lawyers: "Let that person die sooner but let this other person live longer. Wait, save that bird!!! And move that pile of crap in Delaware while you're at it." Yet you see how the lawyers and banksters running and financing the federal government think that they will have control over people who cannot govern themselves in perpetuity? In reality, they only have it for so long as "the base" continue to give it to them because they think that they can profit off of their epicenters of paper ponzi or food stamps and so on. You might say that the elite lawyers are all metaphysicians into the symbolism of things but "the base" are more physical and brutal types of physicians. Yet what does America have, it's the rural "fundamentalist" who believes in symbolism and religion and it's the lawyers who take a "purely" brutal view. Ironic?

Ironically it doesn't make any sense in terms of profit for lawyers and journalists and so on or the "print media" in general to believe in brutal and physical Darwinian creation myths that reduce and dissolve language despite our experience of language in reality. And yet that is usually exactly the cornerstone of their absurd "metaphysics" and what they have been taught in general, dumb as they are. So what they have been taught as their foundation contains their own destruction as keepers of the word or the "print media" that used to govern the DNA of the body politic too. A satire: "What's a written Constitution? Real journalism? Freedom of religion for people of the Book? What's all that? The decline of civilization? Huh, what's civilization... is that like another brutal fight or somethin'? That's all it is, isn't it? Reality, you mean like something in a test tube or somethin'? Etc. Meanwhile, back in reality it can be observed that you can't just mutate DNA and expect to get an organism containing within itself greater feats of adaptation or the ability to create more and more health and wealth for itself in general. Instead you'll generally just get a poor deformed mutant that happens to be good at survival and reproduction for a time... before it too, goes the way of the Dodo. So, there you go. Apparently these are the trends of the (police) state of our civilization when lawyers and keepers of the word and the "print media" are taught Darwinian creation myths and they're dumb enough to think that they're actually true in reality. It's not without precedent, see Nazi Germany. So maybe anyone with any intelligence left should invest in food stamps, condoms, Correction Corporations and drone companies "based" on current trajectories at this point. Just kidding, you can't really invest in anything these days unless you just get lucky or have insider trading information. In any event, watch out for trendy lemmings that believe their own main stream media if anything significant begins to happen under Obama Inc., as it is beginning to. After all, a lot of people were holding things off and papering things over until after the election, one way or another.

 *(Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis by James Rickards)

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Deliberate implosion of US economy - Former Bush Sec. of Housing Catheri...

Brown, it's the new green.

The main thing is to use some of that money to develop alternative energy to replace dependence on fossil fuels.

And the physics behind that knowledge of wealth and the money that is derivative from it and so on are? It's for the birds, I'd imagine.

Or imagine this... once upon a time after a great global catastrophe, global cataclysm and an extinction even of biblical proportions people figured out how to use the remains of those days as a source of energy. So their populations grew at exponential rates. But then those with high population densities got so busy with entertaining themselves under gay rainbows that they forgot to plan ahead to have more energy in the future in reality. Even people who were happy and gay actually began to realize the implications but then someone came along and said, "You can be the new fossil fuels that you've been waiting for if you make me like your new sun god." And the crowd said, "Yay, he cares for us! More entertainment for us now... it's all like a mooovie I saw." But then things didn't end well for them. The End.

 That means even more investment in green energy and more canceling of subsidies for fossil fuel extraction.

What's green energy and why is green the new color scheme? Couldn't brown be the new green movement in the bowels of the body politic? Or maybe people should bring back and combine green with the old color scheme for the terrist threat level. Maybe I'll join American idiots in voting for more green days too. But I'd demand a better color scheme and better entertainment first.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Friday, November 09, 2012

Creepy old men and department stores of justice....

Note who the lawyers running department stores of justice these days are:
Each cycle, the contributions significantly favor Democrats. In the 2008 election cycle, the industry contributed a massive $234 million to federal political candidates and interests , 76 percent of which went to Democratic candidates and committees.
But if truly creepy old men and Hollywood rapists like Roman Polanski* market themselves with the best B$ and theatrics that money can buy, apparently women feel like they will be safer from rapists and so on and so forth?

For example, the view of an Obama Inc. voter on rape:  The View's Whoopi Goldberg on Polanski 'It Wasn't Rape Rape'

*Note the resonance with other metaphoric demons:
Throughout the articles on this site, we’ve pointed out many pop singers being portrayed as dolls, mannequins, puppets or robots. Well, here’s another one. Even before the release of her solo album, the rapper has managed to be featured in numerous mind-control themed photoshoots. The name of one of her alter egos is Roman Zolanski, which sounds an awful like Roman Polanski, them name a film director who produced some disturbed occult movies. He was also arrested and charged with a number of offenses against Samantha Geimer, a thirteen-year-old girl: rape by use of drugs, perversion, sodomy, lewd and lascivious act upon a child under fourteen, and furnishing a controlled substance to a minor. Vigilant Citizen
You're not going to have younger generations who can rule and govern themselves while progressing toward more wealth/liberty for themselves and posterity when this is the "barbie girl" type of bubble and reality show they're living in.  There is no utopia of tolerance somewhere over the gay rainbow of diversity within them, either. 

Perhaps the main reason that decadent people can still afford to be tolerant for now, old wealth based on the sacrifices of others who won a world war to catapult Boomers to the moon and back combined with more corrupt forms of sacrificing others for false profits based on empire building and paper ponzi. 

Thursday, November 08, 2012

Another day, another data base....

It was like the FBI and the CIA before 9/11: the two camps never shared data. “We analyzed very early that the problem in Democratic politics was you had databases all over the place,” said one of the officials. “None of them talked to each other.” So over the first 18 months, the campaign started over, creating a single massive system that could merge the information collected from pollsters, fundraisers, field workers and consumer databases as well as social-media and mobile contacts with the main Democratic voter files in the swing states. The new megafile didn’t just tell the campaign how to find voters and get their attention; it also allowed the number crunchers to run tests predicting which types of people would be persuaded by certain kinds of appeals. Call lists in field offices, for instance, didn’t just list names and numbers; they also ranked names in order of their persuadability, with the campaign’s most important priorities first. About 75% of the determining factors were basics like age, sex, race, neighborhood and voting record. Consumer data about voters helped round out the picture. “We could [predict] people who were going to give online. We could model people who were going to give through mail. We could model volunteers,” said one of the senior advisers about the predictive profiles built by the data. “In the end, modeling became something way bigger for us in ’12 than in ’08 because it made our time more efficient.”
Inside the Secret World of the Data Crunchers Who Helped Obama Win By Michael Scherer
Here's to hoping that they don't combine the threat matrix database with their voting database to decide which American citizens to assassinate.

James Turk on the Overestimated Gold Stock, the German Repatriation, and...

Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Red States

I know it seems bad but we may have just been spared more wars, huge budgets for defense contractors and neoconservatives in general gone wild.

Let's face it, red state people aren't vigilant when "their guy" is in power just like journOlists are not when "their guy" is in power.  But now maybe the red states will at least be more vigilant, even if the corporate media is now almost universally corrupted by what they view as "their guy" being in power.  The bitter irony, he's not even really their guy just like Romney isn't even really the guy for red states.  I.e. they both represent the banksters and the creation of more debt/money above all. 

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

From a global flood to a Colombus/dove finding a "New Atlantis" that's ultimately fueled by fossils of the Old World... ironic?

Too bad some Masons and Mormons didn't find valuable resources on the moon... although they did fire a rocket back at it to uh, test for water or something? Why bother with that when the next step for mankind is probably martial law, I mean exploring Mars?

In any event... more "order out of chaos" creation myths incoming, maybe even with better UFO type light shows than the angel Moroni gave Joseph Smith and the moral Mormons, would be my guess.

Too bad Joseph Smith's Saturn talisman or the angel Moroni didn't protect him from other Mormons when their community went bankrupt, way back when?  Some metaphysical patterns of stories or information never seem to end well, not even on this side of the physical formation of the heavens.  As above, so below... as it is said in some esoteric circles about the music of the spheres?  Or as below with the meek and lowly, so above and far beyond anything America's Masonic/Mormon political stars can build? 


I'm not sure that a collection of thieves and psychopaths finding the best ways to loot the wealth of others can be framed as federalism or even (misguided and ignorant) socialism?  Some people even seem to think that the banksters, multinational corporations and globalists deciding on the next wars and so on are capitalists, yet they are not.

Archaic, back when people were interested in some semblance of rule of law:
Federalism is a political concept in which a group of members are bound together by covenant (Latin: foedus, covenant) with a governing representative head. The term "federalism" is also used to describe a system of government in which sovereignty is constitutionally divided between a central governing authority and constituent political units (such as states or provinces). Federalism is a system based upon democratic rules and institutions in which the power to govern is shared between national and provincial/state governments...  --Wikipedia

Also archaic, back when people were interested in trying to have organic roots nationalistic rule:
Fascism (play /ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a radical authoritarian nationalist political ideology.   Fascists seek to unify their nation based on commitment to a nation state where its individuals are united together as one people through their national identity. The unity of the nation is to be based upon suprapersonal connections of ancestry and culture through a totalitarian state...  --Wikipedia
  I'm not sure what you would call rule by "too big to fail" thieves and essentially financial criminals looting the value out of everything in sight of their all seeing eye, though.  It's not like they have some sort of commitment to their nation state or have an interest in the structure of "federalism" in it either.  As far as "red states" that are supposedly against it all go, they'll probably have to put on their "red coats" to support the financial empire of thieves and criminals soon.  It's not as if Obama Inc. is going to hold them accountable and Romney Inc. probably needs the private banking cartel to print more money so that he can pay more defense contractors.  Too bad they never found that 2 Trillion that Rumsfeld said they lost in order to get more money for better computers, isn't it?

You couldn't write this stuff based on your imagination.  To summarize, people like creating chains of events which lead to their own death... and that's about all that can be said of them.

Still waiting on the ruling classes "closed source" pyramidal structure of information and "threat matrix" to decide that they need to be assassinated for aiding and abetting "the base"/Al Qaeda against the Russians in Afghanistan or Gaddafi in Libya, though.  It's all for our safety and security without any principles of liberty and justice at all in mind, of course.  Which is why we're all a long way from even the "red coats" fighting for the financial empire of their day having their day in court among the colonial barbarians and "terrists."  

We've already been told, those who put their own safety and paper ponzi above sacred principles like liberty and justice deserve neither safety nor jobs anyway.  Yet people want their 401Ks to go up and they're happy if they have jobs created by defense contractors based on paper ponzi that loots what little wealth the poor have left and so on.  So that's that.... this never ends well.  It can't, no more than destruction and death is the equivalent of creation and wealth. 

52. 5 Reasons Why American Riots Will Be The Worst In The World

The calculus of predictions like this can be thrown off, as people are creative. And maybe the longer people sit around thinking about what the collapse of their civilization would look like, the less likely it is to happen within their lifespan? In any event, he seems to be a bit of a pagan and there's a 100% extinction rate in the end, on every pagan account. So he seems to look to the sun rise or the possibility of a new day dawning, even as the sun itself is burning out. There is nothing new under the sun.

Fun times.

The GDP of Nicaragua: $6.4 billion; the cost of the US presidential election to the two candidates: $6 billion, or $20 in petty cash per every US man, woman and child. .... In other words, the admission price to this year long tragicomical farce is about $20 per person. Not bad considering the amount of entertainment. Zerohedge: (Chart Of The Day: The Most Expensive Election Ever In Context)

Keiser Report: Rip It Up & Start Again! (E363)

Monday, November 05, 2012

SOLA 4.18 The Fixed Fight

Off topic..

After all, those who spout things like “federal tryanny” “Agenda 21″ and other such nonsence are pretty wedded to their beliefs...

You're swallowing the "bitter clingers" meme typical to people in cities, then? In any event, ironically you seem to be wedded to your own media matrix.

 Outside of all that, imagine if "9/12" people sponsored academic conferences about taking or redistributing all of Ted Turner's land holdings to the poor or discussed in a "purely" academic way among themselves putting sterilization agents in water coolers in the offices of federal agents or bureaucrats. Imagine, wouldn't they be framed as the Muslim "terrists" they hate pretty quickly?

One can only imagine CNN... "Militants are everywhere! Secret reports from their meetings and more news at 9, emergency at 11 and the end of the world at 12!!! Our latest report: When will Obama Inc. decide to assassinate American citizens in a coolly calculated way based on their information matrix, already??? In other news: Look, he's saving Big Bird by having Elmo assassinate Oscar the Grouch while he's at it too!! Yay for puppets!!" Etc. Don't blame me that satire has to be extreme these days. The funny thing about information matrices or "the media," they can be manipulated for profits based on inputs if the media itself is not observant. If it's not, then it's just a process of garbage in, garbage out. So maybe Obama Inc. should see to it that Oscar the Grouch demonstrates the concept of garbage in and garbage out on Sesame Street sometime if they're re-elected. If we are to have a nation of wide eyed and childish journalists who love their favorite political theatrics and simplistic patterns, then why not? There again, he's probably not going to be re-elected. Too many people seeing red and tipping the political calculus in immeasurable ways*, that's my bet at this point.

Here's to hoping that it ends quickly, either way... because if it doesn't then the only people who will profit are lawyers debating hanging chads or voting machines. And we probably can't really afford that anymore.

*With respect to pollsters, I doubt that they can keep up the way that some seem to think that they can. It would be enormously profitable in so far as investments go if they could.  So one would figure that if they could, they would.  Yet why don't they invest more in techniques to gather more accurate information and less in "full faith and credit" in their reputations among journalists? Same old story, probably... trying to make a quick profit (land line polls with the same old employees?) instead of investing on a long time line (figuring out a way to systematically poll Facebook or establishing a database of cell phones or investing in text polling, etc... but anything would take new investments).

A lack of investment on a long timeline, this is usually why people are wrong about things. And they're probably wrong this time, much to the chagrin of "blue state" journalists who like to frame themselves as objective, probably. At least we will get to enjoy the entertainment of them shifting to blame Obama Inc. for their abysmal failure to do their jobs if he loses. Not to mention that they'll be inspired to do their jobs with in a more "red state" of passion under Romney Inc. (if for no other reason than their trendy and lemming like conditioning).

On the other hand, the only silver lining to an Obama victory is that the neocons won't be able to run wild... supposedly. So choose your best silver lining... or maybe just buy silver?  We may need some silver slippers either way, Toto... as it seems that we're not in Kansas anymore.

Articles: The Malignant Narcissist and the Benghazi 'Snuff Film'

Articles: The Malignant Narcissist and the Benghazi 'Snuff Film'

Sources say???

Sunday, November 04, 2012

Energizing the Right....

A President without Shame

I'm not sure that pollsters are able to calculate the amount of energy flowing into the Right in their political calculus.  The energy fed into the Left: Big Bird and fake puppets (rope a dope style?) or a generally fictitious "war" on wealthy and privileged American women... while the energy for the base of the Right, the real blood of patriots in Benghazi? 

How are pollsters and effeminate journalists really going to calculate that or enter the amount of energy on one side or the other into their electoral maps and so on?  

I suspect that from a presiding over or more "presidential" perspective there's a pretty big difference here that probably isn't being calculated by pollsters among "the base."  Just saying.  We're going to have big problems after the election either way, no matter which side gets to act presidential in the end.     

Friday, November 02, 2012


Keiser Report: Fraud by Day, Fraud by Night (E361)


A summary of all the debates... red tie vs. blue tie, red tie wins big!!! Blue tie vs. red tie, red tie may have won with some help... Mixed blue/red tie vs. blue tie. It's a tie! But the mixed tie wins because he already won!! Random note, these are the primary colors of a polarized police state. So we may as well put them on top of the police cars and make police men wear big stop signs on their heads to make sure that they stop thinking for themselves at this point. We're a long way from the colonial militias with their tricorner hats and people capable of ruling/measuring themselves based on the trivium now. Or do people imagine themselves as intelligent because they own an Ipad or some bit of technology? As it seems that even those interested in politics look to Red/Blue polarizing political theatrics on a political stage that has already been bought and paid for by multinational corporate/financial interests running and the private banking cartel financing the show. So are patriotic Americans to be turned into good red coated or "red state" patriots fighting for their financial empire, one and all? Better hope there aren't any highly intelligent terrists like the early colonials who rebelled against the financial empire of their day in the rest of the world now, if so. Link

The Great Porn Experiment: Gary Wilson at TEDxGlasgow

Obama Inc.

The sum total of all of this is that Obama didn't really do anything to alleviate the dangers of Too-Big-To-Fail. If anything, we now live in a world that is more concentrated and dangerous than it was before 2008. TBTF companies like Chase and Wells Fargo and Bank of America are even bigger and less-able-to-fail-ier than they were when he took office. This is why Obama's answer to our interview question is so disappointing. If I'm understanding the president correctly, he basically says he doesn't think Glass-Steagall should be re-instated, and beyond that, he just thinks Wall Street needs to self-regulate better. That's a pretty depressing take, at a time when even Sandy Weill – the bellicose Wall Street braggart who willed the now-infamous Citigroup merger into being and was a driving force behind the repeal of Glass-Steagall – thinks that Too-Big-To-Fail companies should be broken up. Read more: Rolling Stone

Thursday, November 01, 2012

On Baby Boomers, aborting the future of other generations

One may ask “what does the economy have to do with pro life”. My answer is EVERYTHING. What is the main reason cited for abortion? Mainly convenience and ‘choice’. Why does one need the ‘choice’ or convenience? The down and dirty answer is money. We never have enough, and it seems the other side continually pushes the false allegations that we live in a world of scarcity, and this includes money (or the lack thereof). The current money, known as Federal Reserve Notes (FRN) is printed at will, and as we can see, the printing has increased exponentially in the past two years. When money can be printed at will, or out of ‘thin air’, abuse is soon to follow. Our national debt, not including the unfunded liabilities (promised future benefits with no money to pay for them) stand at nearly 12 Trillion dollars. The interest alone on this debt is nearing half a Trillion annually. Currently, the largest holder of U.S. debt (U.S. Treasury bonds) is China, with roughly 1.7 trillion. Obama is talking about another 9-10 trillion of additional debt over the next ten years, and this will raise the interest payments alone to nearly 1 Trillion dollars per year. This in turn, takes away from productivity, and creates a downward spiral of debt: the more debt we have, the more we must borrow to pay today’s bills, thus owing more interest that then requires more borrowing, etc. The more money spent on interest, the less to spend on real needs, and thus the artificial ‘scarcity’ built into the system. When one feels the constant pressure to ‘downsize’, they look at potential liabilities. Children are one of the greatest expenditures parents can have, and unfortunately, become the largest liabilities, and are thus seen as expendable. God's Money

A few comments on HAARP....

  1. Can you imagine anti-matter death rays?!

    But if anti-matter is imaginary, then it may not matter.

    Having worked on HAARP I’m really not sure if you understand what it does. 

    Given the history of the way that many government projects are compartmentalized I’m not sure that you necessarily understand it. I didn’t claim that the physics of it adds up yet. But that’s not the main point, other than fun with rubes. My point is that governments are already interested in and moving toward weaponizing weather anyway. So if not today, then the day after tomorrow…. and it will not be the result of global warming from “the base” driving the wrong cars even if it is framed as a need to engage in a “shared sacrifice.”

    Good thing those nuclear weapons the federal government tested and used in the past didn’t cause global warming though. Shew.

    Meanwhile, apparently Delawareans are trying to incorporate themselves into building $100,000 cars that are full of highly expensive (and energy intensive) natural resources from China to prevent “global warming” and so on? Compare, contrast…. investing in building cars that people other than Justin Bieber can buy to use a local source of energy that can be bought from neighboring states at this point. The price of natural gas would go up and wouldn’t be what it is now if municipal corporations had positioned themselves and their customers to profit from it originally. But it would still be a lot more profitable to all of us than $100,000 cars, flashy as they may be in the eyes of vain politicians who apparently couldn’t care less about the least of these. (Tesla would not be proud…. seriously…)

    At any rate, the political base of the Left thinks that they’re going to be able to have and afford more highly sophisticated and energy intensive forms of healthcare too? Not if they reach the limits of paper ponzi and pushing their debt/money onto others in their life span. And it’s looking as if they may. But I could be wrong because people are very creative.

  2. on 01 Nov 2012 at 11:08mynym
    I’d look at it this way, if the powers that be let what amount to the 12 year old boys ruling Iran openly build their own HAARP (without it falling apart, randomly… twinkle, twinkle little satellite?) then that probably means that it’s just a communication system.
    In any event, Twelvers… apparently they have to be watched.
(Comments from Delaware Politics)

Good thing they got that butler before he leaked, I guess?

Stories about the stories in the main stream media:
The Vatican called on Monday for the establishment of a “global public authority” and a “central world bank” to rule over financial institutions that have become outdated and often ineffective in dealing fairly with crises. The document from the Vatican’s Justice and Peace department should please the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrators and similar movements around the world who have protested against the economic downturn. “Towards Reforming the International Financial and Monetary Systems in the Context of a Global Public Authority,” was at times very specific, calling, for example, for taxation measures on financial transactions. “The economic and financial crisis which the world is going through calls everyone, individuals and peoples, to examine in depth the principles and the cultural and moral values at the basis of social coexistence,” it said. So the Vatican is now taking upon itself, the right to tell individuals, regions, states and nations that they are ‘mandated’ to participate in the redistribution of wealth. Forget the idea of ‘thou shalt not steal’ or ‘thou shall not covet my neighbor’s goods’. There seems to be a presumption that those who have wealth, or work hard for what they have somehow ‘cheated’ to get ahead. There is no question the ‘banksters’ have done this, but this underlies the exact issue the Vatican wants to paper over: they want the ‘banksters’ to be in charge of the ‘redistribution’ of money, and if they actually paid any attention whatsoever, the banksters are the CAUSE of the current problems, not the solution. Much of the Vatican’s statements reek of Marxist thinking. As a brief overview, Marx was funded for the most part by a fellow named Cecil Rhodes, who established the Rhodes scholarship prior to his death, with the expressed reasons for spreading socialism through higher education and influencing the way society in the west viewed economics and ‘social justice’. However, Cecil Rhodes was ultimately funded by none other than the Rothschild’s and that completes the ‘circle of evil’. Vatican sold out to the money powers

With respect to stimulating the herd by feeding one mad cow to another...

The public relations propaganda campaign to convince the ignorant masses that Sandy’s impact on our economy will be minor and ultimately positive, as rebuilding boosts GDP, has begun. I’ve been hearing it on the corporate radio, seeing it on corporate TV and reading it in the corporate newspapers. There are stories in the press that this storm won’t hurt the earnings of insurers. The only way this can be true is if the insurance companies figure out a way to not pay claims. They wouldn’t do that. Would they? It seems all the stories use unnamed economists as the background experts for their contention that this storm will not cause any big problems for the country. These are the same economists who never see a recession coming, never see a housing collapse, and are indoctrinated in Keynesian claptrap theory.
 (Read more of the article from the Zerohedge zealots: Guest Post: The Tremendous Economic Benefits Of Superstorm Sandy)

Getting my weather forecasts from Facebook now, just saying...

It's like a combination of the multiple stream media and the main stream too.  Because the main stream has good central systems for predicting the weather but it doesn't include all "possible" lines of information at this point.

For example:

I'm not sure the physics of it add up. 

 But ironically, it's more likely than the main stream of information being presented to people by the corporate media. Apparently people like to entertain themselves with the idea of driving a different car to change the temperature of the entire planet while preventing imaginary catastrophes in the future too. (????)

If we are to imagine that then I just changed the temperature of the entire planet to a small degree by breathing. (It's such a small degree that you can't even see it.) But the catastrophic result, it's a big disaster! So then I just took a deep breath and prevented a big disaster to some small, invisible degree too. Imagine that! Now, who will pay me a carbon credit for taking a deep breath and the small degree to which I just prevented imaginary famines and global catastrophes in the future too?  Is the profit so small, that I can't even be paid?

Meanwhile the Department of Defense is looking into how to weaponize the weather in the future more than they already have in the past.  But in the main stream of B$ typical to journalists all the reporting is.... global warming!!!

Quick, someone take a deep breath...

With respect to dumb asses...

Morbo:It’s rather difficult for an actor (even a second rate one) to be racist.

It would seem so... but why is that? 

Simple patterns might explain or unfold into a lot...  and the capacity for acting would explain some people in Hollywood who are acting like degenerates in almost every other respect trying to focus on and profit from their sole claim to "righteousness."  I.e., understanding what it is to act like one understands the perspective or state of being of another person. 

At some point people will probably have ridden their little pony of tolerance for all it is worth, though.  Because that's what happens when there's no energy left to produce more entertaining light shows through the prism or division of light and new arcs of pretty colors of diversity.

It's too bad that the profits of actors always seem to be somewhere over the rainbow of diversity and no one seems to be benefiting here and now, other than the entertainment value in it.  Maybe there's a pot of gold at the end of the new arc of Jesse Jackson's rainbow coalitions somewhere though.  Wait for it... a little longer!  Time is money..  but wait a second, why does it seem like he has all the gold?! 

Imagine that.  Yet like Balaam, it seems like some prophets like to try to ride their dumb asses to the point that even a "lower down" dumb ass may be led to realize that they are being directed on a path to false profits.  There again, maybe one can lead an ass to water but you can't make him drink?

Morbo the Annihillator?

Mynym: Not according to the body language of MLK, it wasn’t.

 Recall that he was attacked for including ‘godless communists’ in his civil rights movement by very godly segregationists? As for Lincoln, this Bible talk was just that: talk.
 How do you make the distinction in your mind between what you call Bible thumping and the manipulation of biblical language for political profits?  

Mynym: Your mythologies of progress have more to do with a dialectical process of science vs. religion in your own mind than what actually happened historically as far as the ruling classes of the past and the eugenics movement.

 Stop wasting time with your incoherence, we’re not discussing science, we’re discussing social progress – which has been stymied by Bible-thumpers like yourself.

How are you defining social progress? And wouldn't it be fine to use "Bible thumping" to create it, even on your own account?  

Mynym: But here is what they actually wrote:  

Perhaps you should read the Bible, you’d realize that the Hebrews continued to keep slaves after the Egypt thing.

But our own economic systems keeps slaves within to this day.

In fact, fathers were permitted to sell their daughters into slavery, including sexual slavery to their rapists.

That seemed to have more to do with the economics of their day than a hatred for their daughters in general. On the other hand, why do Obama Inc. supporters like Snoop Dog and Jay-Z seem to be interested in profiting from pimping young women? Are they permitted to sell their daughters because they are poor, wandering the wilderness and can't afford to care for them?  

So the story is not meant as being anti-slavery, and the Bible in fact endorses slavery, which advocates of slavery understood very well.

So I suppose that the pyramid $cheme of our current economic system that creates false profits out of slavery is biblical in your view, then. Do you think that's because it has Jewish roots?  

Advocates of slavery could cite chapter and verse.

As I already pointed out based on historical evidence in reality, they actually tended to cite the economics of their day more than the full patterns or pictures within the Bible and portrayed themselves as being full of love and care for their slaves.

Remember the meme: "We've sacrificed more for their welfare than those who would set them free." Another, which is similar: "We're helping these women maintain their abortion rites. And who would sacrifice to care for them as much as we do?"

Mynym: Wanting to have political power over your neighbor and framing it as being just full of care for them is not the equivalent of loving them.

I’m talking about social issues.

Oh, I thought you were talking about the golden rule and how much you care about others?