Many celebrities and political activists call for a revolution, a complete change of politics. Russell Brand, Matt Damon, Alex Jones and many others insist that mankind needs a revolution to save ourselves and they are right, the truth is mankind do need to change. But people also have to be careful, it is alright for rich people like Alex Jones and Russell Brand to shout for change, a revolution and a new way of politics because if things go wrong they would probably be in their nice cozy mansions while the masses struggle to feed themselves. What could go wrong?
You do not have to be a history buff to know that revolutions usually bring war, poverty and chaos and in too many cases the leaders of the “revolution” are controlled by their own opposition. Before Britain starts demanding a revolution people need to begin to actually learn how politics work, people also need to learn to look beyond the propaganda or the propaganda will control the revolution.
Has capitalism really failed? In my opinion it has not! Capitalism has been exploited. Socialism, Communism, Capitalism, it does not matter which one we choose, they are all doomed to fail when the lower classes are expected to fund the system alone. In my opinion a fair version of capitalism seems to be workable. Fix up all tax loop holes that are funded by lobbying, ban lobbying, tax the rich, the corporations, the banks and make a political parties manifesto mean something by holding the government to the manifesto, make it a contract the elected government are legally obliged to follow.
I recognize the world needs to change and you can call me a paranoid conspiracy theorist if you like but I do not trust some of the “political activists and celebrities” that are calling for change, if the masses follow the wrong leader during a “revolution” we could end up with a system that makes our present system look good.
In my experience people have the ability to recognize that multinational corporations are bad and mainstream media is full of BS but people do not seem to have the ability to stop the media subliminally controlling the way they think and this is especially true when it comes to politics. Politics is almost deliberately boring, long winded, slow, dull and full of professional liars, puppets and ridiculously rich public school boys. These people do not care about the NHS because they can afford insurance and treatment, they do not care about welfare benefits because they and their children will never have to claim benefits. If people want change all they have to do is change themselves, stop buying mainstream media and spend at least some of your day looking at alternative media, stop shopping at Tesco, Amazon, Asda, M and S, Aldi, Primark, Next and all other greedy, tax evading, child labour using corporate brands. Stop paying a fortune to watch lame Walt Disney or Hollywood movies and lame TV shows. Educate your children about politics, modern day slavery, exploitation, imperialism, hierarchies and most important and what some people would find the hardest thing to do, stop allowing mainstream media to control the way that you think.
It is not that I do not want a revolution, all that I am saying is; with more regulation, higher taxation to billionaire businesses and the super rich, a complete ban on lobbying, equal air time for all political parties and corrupt politicians, greedy bankers, exploiting corporations should be treated the same way that all criminals are treated imprisoned or heavily fined. Changes like this would not only raise enough money to pay more towards the NHS and welfare, changes like this would raise more money in taxes to invest in other issues the world has at the moment and instead of corporations being a parasite like burden to mankind, corporations would be actually be helping us. I am seriously beginning to believe that the want us to riot, call for a revolution and accept their solution as the revolution.
Who will save mankind?
With so much corruption and greed in the world who will mankind turn to? Russell Brand? Telling us he hates materialism while broadcasting from his mansion in the mega materialistic Hollywood. Alex Jones? Ranting away like a possessed nutter. Mark Dice? A man that claims to hate pop music and the pop culture yet he never stops talking about pop musicians and pop culture, a man that ridicules anyone that does not believe the exact same thing as himself. UKIP and Nigel Farage? As Tory than Margret Thatcher, as racist as the BNP and as corrupt as the rest of them.
Many people put their faith in to these people and that is up to them, I do not put faith in to anyone of them, who said, everybody has their price and the more honest the man the higher the price? If that is not already a famous quote I am claiming it! The only man/person/thing that I put any faith in to is Jesus Christ, some people like to ridicule people believing or putting faith in to Jesus, to them people I say this; If you think Nigel Farage, Russell Brand, Alex Jones, Mark Dice have any answers or are even honest and straight enough to trust then lets be honest you might as well believe in Santa. If you believe that David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg or Nigel Farage care one bit about you, you might as well believe in the Easter Bunny.
My point is, if you believe that you are to intelligent to believe in Jesus Christ but you believe that Russell Brand, Alex Jones and others are fighting for you and your rights then please do not ridicule anybody else’s beliefs, because to me your beliefs are as silly as anyone’s beliefs.
The belief in Jesus Christ and/or God is not scientifically plausible believers in science point out, true to what our limited understanding in science seems to show but how scientifically plausible is it to believe in science when the science is so primitive? Believing in science is good, the trouble is we have quite a limited understanding on science and in science one small bit of information can completely change everything. Also science is now talking of String theory and M theory and these theories if true make some pretty crazy thing plausible.
Trust in God or trust no one at all.