— The Traps of Political Ideologies: Republicans and Democrats —
The traps of political ideologies, meaning a party name, that we align our nature to. It doesn’t matter if they are virtuous or malicious. The numbers give us security. The meaning that we belong to something bigger, is supposed to give us comfort.
The trap is the trap of all traps. Once your hooked, and the more you argue and defend, you get more hooked in the struggle. Like a fish that’s hooked on the line, unless he gets free from the struggle, you know you have dinner.
The republicans and democrats are the big names that fish at the US lake. There are many other fishermen at the US lake too, but they don’t have a spot reserved for them.
Every election is filled with lies and accusations of the candidates. I would rather have the truth, but it’s those half truth that make their ads. We have a special election her in Montana to replace Zinke in the House of Representatives, which is the 25th of May.
I already voted for Wicks, he’s not the status quo. We’ve been following the status quo, since I was born, and the same problems we’ve had to deal with. We’ve never achieved the solutions, only buried us further into debt. The banks grow richer, and the people grow more trapped.
Those who promise to release the trap, only lighten the pressure, and make the way more perilous. They claim the more they do to free us, the more they trap us.
Debates the Spider’s Web of Lies and Promises
The debates are what trap us. They raise our emotions and logicalities, which is like mixing oil and water. They don’t mix without an emulsifier, a mediator. When someone is mad and goes into a rage, they’re focused on whats making them mad, and the logical solutions is out of the picture.
We are trapped with rage, we need an objective solution, instead of what makes us mad to give their narrow minded solutions. They started the rages, and they don’t supply the solutions. The debates only quell the rages, they don’t supply the solutions.
They give promises as the solutions. What made Trump as president is the jobs market promises. I give them a full year, even 2 years before Trump starts another war. He’s big into the military’s weaponry, and just signed 1.5 billion arm deal with Saudi Arabia today.
How’s that making us safer, it’s only making more wars easier. War is terror… so who’s the terrorist? I guess state run terror, is not terror.
Swings and punches are the verbal blows of debates. They aren’t violent, but they’re brutal just the same. The words are weapons in a debate, it’s like a caged fight, that you judge the winner and loser. It’s a show. It doesn’t show the solutions, only the promises that go into oblivion, once the campaign is over.
Conclusion of the Political Traps
It went by so quickly, but it continued in Montana, with the candidates dishing lies and half truths about each other. It should be over again this Thursday. We’ve been trapped in a quagmire that offers no release, no solutions, except bureaucratic solutions. Which only propagate more bureaucracies. So we’ve been trapped in a bureaucracy madness.
I was trapped into arguing about my views, when my views were right in my mind, but not right in the minds of others. I know that the “love of money” is the root of all evil, according to the apostle Paul. We elect a person that is a servant to money, and he’s taking away all our freedoms and giving them to the corporations, and in turn they are giving us jobs. He’s making them run our country, but their concerns are the profits, not us.
I’m disgusted by the freedoms taken away, and no ones sees whats down the road, that Trump is leading us down. The churches are voicing their support of Trump. The Johnson Amendment also limited corporations in the mix about their tax exemptions. So I don’t think it’s all about religions. He also broke the first amendment with this law being passed. Or I should say Johnson did it first, but this move by Trump made the church as his servants.
Nothing makes sense to me anymore… I like the truth, in its all raw forms… not these twisted truth to serve the agendas of the corrupt. It is not what I signed up for.
“Everyone sees what you appear to be, few experience what you really are.”
― Niccolò Machiavelli,
Quotes about Political Traps
“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose,”
— Steve Jobs
The truth is a trap: you cannot get it without it getting you; you cannot get the truth by capturing it, only by its capturing you.
― The Journals of Søren Kierkegaard
“Unnecessary laws are not good laws, but traps for money.”
— Thomas Hobbes