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Saturday, June 10, 2017

The Establishment, it’s just a name for EVIL

 The Establishment, it’s just a name for EVIL

A non-violent society

“This is my doctrine: Give every other human being every right you claim for yourself.”

“The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You trade in your reality for a role. You trade in your sense for an act. You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask. There can't be any large-scale revolution until there's a personal revolution, on an individual level. It's got to happen inside first.”
“I'm for truth, no matter who tells it. I'm for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I'm a human being, first and foremost, and as such I'm for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole.”

“Governments want efficient technicians, not human beings, because human beings become dangerous to governments – and to organized religions as well. That is why governments and religious organizations seek to control education.”

The government of the United States murders more innocent people than any other organization on the planet. If that would stop, so would so-called terrorism. The US has cheated and murdered peoples of foreign lands for generations now claiming that the country those people live in have resources or something else that the US deems critical to our national security. What that means is, because we want what doesn't belong to us, we're going to get all we want for a price we want to pay whether we have to cheat, steal, or murder to get it and if anyone resist, they must be terrorists... people we will destroy if we have to. We generally don't cut off people's heads, but what we do, ends or destroys their lives just as effectively, if not as dramatically. How about telling the truth about what's going on, for if we can't find a way to do that, things will never get any better. What is required here is a little more truth, honor, dignity, compassion, courage, and
love.

A non-violent society

Today I would like to share my heart with all that read this and hear my words,this new year we give notice it is our goal here @ veteransproject is to make survival packs and a warm meal for every homeless citizen in America and to educate citizens on the facts of homelessness and those issue's they would rather not hear

We seek to teach people that Violence in its true form is not the way and has never been shown to make true change we all have questions in our lives but for me I was lost and I ask Jesus  How’d you turn the other cheek To save a sorry soul like me , Do you hear the prayers I send What happens when life ends And when you think you’re comin’ back again I’d tell everyone, but no one would believe it.I think he answered me through my heart and is why I and my son seek to change our world a challenge we know we may never win but we have to at the least give it our best shot to leave this world a little better than we found it.

There are many times when speaking the truth is in your highest good and the highest good of others (utilitarianism). Yet many of us have much difficulty speaking our truth to others, especially that to important others such as parents, siblings, close friends, co workers and mates. We are afraid the other person will be angry by our truth, even when we state it without judgement or blame. It feels awful to speak truth and receive an uncaring response.The deeper feeling is one of gut-wrenching loneliness. It is deeply lonely to share something that is important to us and receive an uncaring response from someone important to us.

As to A non-violent society I HOLD that nonviolence is not merely a personal virtue. It is also a social virtue to be cultivated like the other virtues. Surely society is largely regulated by the expression of nonviolence in its mutual dealings. What I ask for is an extension of it on a larger, national and international scale.

All society is held together by nonviolence, even as the earth is held in her position by gravitation. But when the law of gravitation was discovered, the discovery yielded results of which our ancestors had no knowledge. Even so, when society is deliberately constructed in accordance with the law of nonviolence, its structure will be different in material particulars from what it is today. But I cannot say in advance what the government based on nonviolence will be like.

What is happening today is disregard of the law of nonviolence and enthronement of violence as if it were an eternal law.
Society based on nonviolence can only consist of groups settled in city's , states and country's worldwide  in which voluntary co-operation is the condition of dignified and peaceful existence.

The Government


The Government cannot succeed in becoming entirely nonviolent, because it represents all the people. I do not today conceive of such a golden age. But I do believe in the possibility of a predominantly nonviolent society. And I am working for it.

There remains the question as to whether in an ideal society, there should be any or no government. I do not think we need worry ourselves about this at the moment. If we continue to work for such a society, it will slowly come into being to an extent, such that the people can benefit by it. Euclid's line is one without breadth, but no one has so far been able to draw it and never will. All the same, it is only by keeping the ideal line in mind that we have made progress in geometry. What is true here is true of every ideal.
Anarchy

It must be remembered that nowhere in the world does a State without government exist. If at all it could ever come into being, it would be in India; for, ours is the only country where the attempt has, at any rate, been made. We have not yet been able to show that bravery to the degree which is necessary and for the attainment of which there is only one way. Those who have faith in the latter have to demonstrate it. In order to do so, the fear of death has to be completely shed, just as we have shed the fear of prisons.

Democracy and Non-violence


Science of war leads one to dictatorship pure and simple. Science of nonviolence can alone lead one to pure democracy.
Democracy and violence can ill go together. The State that are today nominally democratic have either to become frankly totalitarian, or if they are to become truly democratic, they must become courageously nonviolent.

Holding the view that, without the recognition of nonviolence on a national scale, there is no such thing as a constitutional or democratic government, I devote my energy to the propagation of nonviolence as the law of our life, individual, social, political, national and international.

I fancy that I have seen the light, though dimly. I write cautiously for I do not profess to know the whole of the Law. If I know the success of my experiments, I know also my failures. But the successes are enough to fill me with undying hope.

I have often said that if one takes care of the means, the end will take care of itself. Nonviolence is the means, the end for everyone is complete independence. There will be an international League only when all the nations, big or small, composing it are fully independent. The nature of that independence will correspond to the extent of nonviolence assimilated by the nations concerned. One thing is certain. In a society based on nonviolence, the smallest nation will feel as tall as the tallest. The idea of superiority and inferiority will be wholly obliterated.

...The conclusion is irresistible that for one like me, wedded to nonviolence, constitutional or democratic government is a distant dream so long as nonviolence is not recognized as a living force, an inviolable creed, not a mere policy. While I prate about universal nonviolence, my experiment is confined to India. If it succeeds, the world will accept it without effort. There is however a bit BUT. The pause does not worry me. My faith is brightest in the midst of impenetrable darkness.

Use of Power

By its very nature, nonviolence cannot 'seize' power, nor can that be its goal. But nonviolence can do more; it can effectively control and guide power without capturing the machinery of government. That is its beauty.

There is an exception, of course. If the nonviolent non-co-operation of the people is so complete that the administration ceases to function or if the administration crumbles under the impact of a foreign invasion and a vacuum results, the people's representatives will then step in and fill it. Theoretically that is possible.

But the use of power need not necessarily be violent. A father wields power over his children; he may even punish but not by inflicting violence. The most effective exercise of power is that which irks least. Power rightly exercised must sit light as a flower; no one should feel the weight of it.

The people accepted the authority of the Congress willingly. I was on more than one occasion invested with the absolute power of dictatorship. But everybody knew that my power rested on their willing acceptance. They could set me aside at any time and I would have stepped aside without a murmur.

Prophets and supermen are born only once in an age. But if even a single individual realizes the ideal of ahimsa in its fullness, he covers and redeems the whole society. Once Jesus had blazed the trail, his twelve disciples could carry on his mission without his presence.

It needed the perseverance and genius of so many generations of scientists to discover the laws of electricity, but today everybody, even children use electric power in their daily life. Similarly, it will not always need a perfect being to administer an ideal State once it has come into being. What is needed is a thorough social awakening to begin with. The rest will follow.

To take an instance nearer home, I have presented to the working class the truth that true capital is not silver or gold, but the labour of their hands and feet and their intelligence. Once labour develops that awareness, it would not need my presence to enable it to make use of the power that it will release.

We hope you will Join us in this goal to help change the face of humanity to a world we can leave our children free and just a little better than we found it and to ignite discussion in  our world and in our communities, to educate our world about the injustice of aggressive violence and Homelessness and hunger. We believe that in order to reach out to our peers most effectively, we cannot stand on religious arguments alone, and we cannot adhere entirely to one political side in our currently polarized culture. We believe that the consistent life ethic is not for any one religious group or for any one political position, but rather for everyone dedicated to human rights, life and dignity. No matter your reason for believing in the inherent value of human life, we hope you can join us, and through our efforts we can together endeavor to make violence unthinkable - - - to make it history! YOU CAN BE A PARTNER FOR PEACE AND ALL LIFE.The Best Ways To Help The Homeless,

“Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”



Libertas aut Mors Semper Vigilans Fortis
Paratus et Fidelis
Joseph F Barber



I am sitting here listening to some Seger the air is crisp for this time of year here in cali,thinking about the day and the last year god how hard this last year as been on me I have never worked so hard and tried so deeply to make a difference in my life and that of others,and feel so fare away from my family and life I thought i was going to have and see the person I thought I would be has changed and so has my heart and soul to this madness we call life.I have seen wars and participated in violence,and it seems my life walked away from me and who I thought I was becoming over the last 5 years I have lost a son to suicide and another to the world ,been separated from my family and treated like I did not matter by this I have tried to loved most.I have had many comment that I stand for so many causes and issue of our time with my blog and its articles and editing of that blog which by the way other than cosmetic those who have something to say have every right to us that voice in our forum the peoples forum the work we do with the veterans project and the hours it takes to make a living or just get by ,how can we not see that WE ALL LIVE IN AND DEMENTED WORLD TODAY,think about it?

You gotta remember, establishment, it’s just a name for evil. The monster doesn’t care whether it kills all the students or whether there’s a revolution. It’s not thinking logically, it’s out of control. John Lennon spoke of this back in (1969) seems we have not come so fare after all as a race of beings that can see that the world needs a universal responsible individual to bring freedom and truth passion and love back to our children and our selves we are the guardians of the future and masters of the - Dreams we will never see,

 The Establishment, it’s just a name for EVIL

A non-violent society

“This is my doctrine: Give every other human being every right you claim for yourself.”

“The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You trade in your reality for a role. You trade in your sense for an act. You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask. There can't be any large-scale revolution until there's a personal revolution, on an individual level. It's got to happen inside first.”
“I'm for truth, no matter who tells it. I'm for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I'm a human being, first and foremost, and as such I'm for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole.”

“Governments want efficient technicians, not human beings, because human beings become dangerous to governments – and to organized religions as well. That is why governments and religious organizations seek to control education.”

The government of the United States murders more innocent people than any other organization on the planet. If that would stop, so would so-called terrorism. The US has cheated and murdered peoples of foreign lands for generations now claiming that the country those people live in have resources or something else that the US deems critical to our national security. What that means is, because we want what doesn't belong to us, we're going to get all we want for a price we want to pay whether we have to cheat, steal, or murder to get it and if anyone resist, they must be terrorists... people we will destroy if we have to. We generally don't cut off people's heads, but what we do, ends or destroys their lives just as effectively, if not as dramatically. How about telling the truth about what's going on, for if we can't find a way to do that, things will never get any better. What is required here is a little more truth, honor, dignity, compassion, courage, and
love.

A non-violent society

Today I would like to share my heart with all that read this and hear my words,this new year we give notice it is our goal here @ veteransproject is to make survival packs and a warm meal for every homeless citizen in America and to educate citizens on the facts of homelessness and those issue's they would rather not hear

We seek to teach people that Violence in its true form is not the way and has never been shown to make true change we all have questions in our lives but for me I was lost and I ask Jesus  How’d you turn the other cheek To save a sorry soul like me , Do you hear the prayers I send What happens when life ends And when you think you’re comin’ back again I’d tell everyone, but no one would believe it.I think he answered me through my heart and is why I and my son seek to change our world a challenge we know we may never win but we have to at the least give it our best shot to leave this world a little better than we found it.

There are many times when speaking the truth is in your highest good and the highest good of others (utilitarianism). Yet many of us have much difficulty speaking our truth to others, especially that to important others such as parents, siblings, close friends, co workers and mates. We are afraid the other person will be angry by our truth, even when we state it without judgement or blame. It feels awful to speak truth and receive an uncaring response.The deeper feeling is one of gut-wrenching loneliness. It is deeply lonely to share something that is important to us and receive an uncaring response from someone important to us.

As to A non-violent society I HOLD that nonviolence is not merely a personal virtue. It is also a social virtue to be cultivated like the other virtues. Surely society is largely regulated by the expression of nonviolence in its mutual dealings. What I ask for is an extension of it on a larger, national and international scale.

All society is held together by nonviolence, even as the earth is held in her position by gravitation. But when the law of gravitation was discovered, the discovery yielded results of which our ancestors had no knowledge. Even so, when society is deliberately constructed in accordance with the law of nonviolence, its structure will be different in material particulars from what it is today. But I cannot say in advance what the government based on nonviolence will be like.

What is happening today is disregard of the law of nonviolence and enthronement of violence as if it were an eternal law.
Society based on nonviolence can only consist of groups settled in city's , states and country's worldwide  in which voluntary co-operation is the condition of dignified and peaceful existence.

The Government


The Government cannot succeed in becoming entirely nonviolent, because it represents all the people. I do not today conceive of such a golden age. But I do believe in the possibility of a predominantly nonviolent society. And I am working for it.

There remains the question as to whether in an ideal society, there should be any or no government. I do not think we need worry ourselves about this at the moment. If we continue to work for such a society, it will slowly come into being to an extent, such that the people can benefit by it. Euclid's line is one without breadth, but no one has so far been able to draw it and never will. All the same, it is only by keeping the ideal line in mind that we have made progress in geometry. What is true here is true of every ideal.
Anarchy

It must be remembered that nowhere in the world does a State without government exist. If at all it could ever come into being, it would be in India; for, ours is the only country where the attempt has, at any rate, been made. We have not yet been able to show that bravery to the degree which is necessary and for the attainment of which there is only one way. Those who have faith in the latter have to demonstrate it. In order to do so, the fear of death has to be completely shed, just as we have shed the fear of prisons.

Democracy and Non-violence


Science of war leads one to dictatorship pure and simple. Science of nonviolence can alone lead one to pure democracy.
Democracy and violence can ill go together. The State that are today nominally democratic have either to become frankly totalitarian, or if they are to become truly democratic, they must become courageously nonviolent.

Holding the view that, without the recognition of nonviolence on a national scale, there is no such thing as a constitutional or democratic government, I devote my energy to the propagation of nonviolence as the law of our life, individual, social, political, national and international.

I fancy that I have seen the light, though dimly. I write cautiously for I do not profess to know the whole of the Law. If I know the success of my experiments, I know also my failures. But the successes are enough to fill me with undying hope.

I have often said that if one takes care of the means, the end will take care of itself. Nonviolence is the means, the end for everyone is complete independence. There will be an international League only when all the nations, big or small, composing it are fully independent. The nature of that independence will correspond to the extent of nonviolence assimilated by the nations concerned. One thing is certain. In a society based on nonviolence, the smallest nation will feel as tall as the tallest. The idea of superiority and inferiority will be wholly obliterated.

...The conclusion is irresistible that for one like me, wedded to nonviolence, constitutional or democratic government is a distant dream so long as nonviolence is not recognized as a living force, an inviolable creed, not a mere policy. While I prate about universal nonviolence, my experiment is confined to India. If it succeeds, the world will accept it without effort. There is however a bit BUT. The pause does not worry me. My faith is brightest in the midst of impenetrable darkness.

Use of Power

By its very nature, nonviolence cannot 'seize' power, nor can that be its goal. But nonviolence can do more; it can effectively control and guide power without capturing the machinery of government. That is its beauty.

There is an exception, of course. If the nonviolent non-co-operation of the people is so complete that the administration ceases to function or if the administration crumbles under the impact of a foreign invasion and a vacuum results, the people's representatives will then step in and fill it. Theoretically that is possible.

But the use of power need not necessarily be violent. A father wields power over his children; he may even punish but not by inflicting violence. The most effective exercise of power is that which irks least. Power rightly exercised must sit light as a flower; no one should feel the weight of it.

The people accepted the authority of the Congress willingly. I was on more than one occasion invested with the absolute power of dictatorship. But everybody knew that my power rested on their willing acceptance. They could set me aside at any time and I would have stepped aside without a murmur.

Prophets and supermen are born only once in an age. But if even a single individual realizes the ideal of ahimsa in its fullness, he covers and redeems the whole society. Once Jesus had blazed the trail, his twelve disciples could carry on his mission without his presence.

It needed the perseverance and genius of so many generations of scientists to discover the laws of electricity, but today everybody, even children use electric power in their daily life. Similarly, it will not always need a perfect being to administer an ideal State once it has come into being. What is needed is a thorough social awakening to begin with. The rest will follow.

To take an instance nearer home, I have presented to the working class the truth that true capital is not silver or gold, but the labour of their hands and feet and their intelligence. Once labour develops that awareness, it would not need my presence to enable it to make use of the power that it will release.

We hope you will Join us in this goal to help change the face of humanity to a world we can leave our children free and just a little better than we found it and to ignite discussion in  our world and in our communities, to educate our world about the injustice of aggressive violence and Homelessness and hunger. We believe that in order to reach out to our peers most effectively, we cannot stand on religious arguments alone, and we cannot adhere entirely to one political side in our currently polarized culture. We believe that the consistent life ethic is not for any one religious group or for any one political position, but rather for everyone dedicated to human rights, life and dignity. No matter your reason for believing in the inherent value of human life, we hope you can join us, and through our efforts we can together endeavor to make violence unthinkable - - - to make it history! YOU CAN BE A PARTNER FOR PEACE AND ALL LIFE.The Best Ways To Help The Homeless,

“Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”



Libertas aut Mors Semper Vigilans Fortis
Paratus et Fidelis
Joseph F Barber



I am sitting here listening to some Seger the air is crisp for this time of year here in cali,thinking about the day and the last year god how hard this last year as been on me I have never worked so hard and tried so deeply to make a difference in my life and that of others,and feel so fare away from my family and life I thought i was going to have and see the person I thought I would be has changed and so has my heart and soul to this madness we call life.I have seen wars and participated in violence,and it seems my life walked away from me and who I thought I was becoming over the last 5 years I have lost a son to suicide and another to the world ,been separated from my family and treated like I did not matter by this I have tried to loved most.I have had many comment that I stand for so many causes and issue of our time with my blog and its articles and editing of that blog which by the way other than cosmetic those who have something to say have every right to us that voice in our forum the peoples forum the work we do with the veterans project and the hours it takes to make a living or just get by ,how can we not see that WE ALL LIVE IN AND DEMENTED WORLD TODAY,think about it?

You gotta remember, establishment, it’s just a name for evil. The monster doesn’t care whether it kills all the students or whether there’s a revolution. It’s not thinking logically, it’s out of control. John Lennon spoke of this back in (1969) seems we have not come so fare after all as a race of beings that can see that the world needs a universal responsible individual to bring freedom and truth passion and love back to our children and our selves we are the guardians of the future and masters of the - Dreams we will never see,


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