EXPOSING THE BIAS

Sometimes It Takes A Dictator

You know what they say about too many cooks in the kitchen ruining the soup. There’s a lot of truth to that.

Hypocrisy is blind.

Hypocrisy is blood.

The Word Chef

Hypocrisy is created when one fails to see the same flaw in themselves that they see in another. This leads to perpetual stalemate, which eventually if not broken leads to the letting of blood.

Such is the hatred that comes about from seeing and understanding only one side of any view.

Yes, sometimes it takes a dictator using dictatorial moves to thrust a country forward out of the doldrum dumps when opposing sides refuse or fail to compromise or agree or present viable, alternative solutions.

The Word Chef

In the interest of all those who need and deserve a solution to whatever hinders them, a singular action by one person in place to execute that action, starts the forward moving process out of the ditch, that their resistance dug by standing still in a moving world.

It takes a lot of energy to stand still for creatures who were designed to move. Lost energy. Energy that digs graves for impending death instead of energy that moves mountains to build better communications to unite the world, at least by bringing the world together to hear all views.

Yes the views of the populace too. They are the most important, since the politicians decide their fate by imposing laws they write onto people they’ve never met – except for a few populace-plants on the campaign trails in the places they visit. Frankly, I don’t want those hand-selected populace-people speaking on my behalf.

Resisting any movement at all is counterproductive to a functioning entity, be it government or business or in one’s private life. The operative word here is ‘functioning’. Without it there is no government nor entity. The purpose of all entities is to function.

Governments, if they’re smart and if they really care about the people they claim to serve, write into their constitutional laws a mechanism designed to break a stalemate, knowing the high probability that among passionate, ego-driven players, digging one’s heels in becomes a strategy rather than an honest vote.

That’s when the person elected to break stalemates when they occur is allowed by the laws of the constitution to make dictator-moves in order to keep the country functioning as an entity.

Perpetual blame leads to inaction, thus the blame-game becomes in reality the blame-strategy used to keep an entity standing still.

The Word Chef

Dictator-moves are crucial when lawmakers are too obstinate or too tired to lead effectively.

The populace wants and deserves the deployment of that option when their elected officials fail them by not working on the projects that make their lives better than they were before. Not just a little better – that’s as bad as stalling until the next election just to get re-elected.

Big, bold moves is what my heart, mind and soul want – moves that benefit us all, not more for the rich, because they have more money and ten percent of five million dollars is more than ten percent of fifty thousand. So they give everybody the same percent, which makes us all equal?

NO IT DOESN’T make us all equal.

Biased ratios are used to discriminate not level the playing field.

The Word Chef

Why use that biased mathematical ratio? It helps only the rich get richer. The rich can invest their ten percent or $500,000.

The poor need their meager ten percent or $5000 just to survive.

The math is accurate; it’s the application of it that discriminates against the poor (in this instance).

Eliminate The Biased Mathematical Ratio






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