CHINA DEMOCRACY PLAN

Communism is dead – because it worked in theory ONLY, not practice. Large parts of the world practiced it and large parts of the world suffered as a result. Only a tiny elite, ruling minority prospered under their own rule, which in essence made them a dictatorship by committee.

If you call yourselves a democracy because you have free elections, but everyone in the country prefers the policies and practices of socialism, then you’re basically a monolithic system of governing, which in essence becomes communism if practiced long enough, since everyone in the nation can’t all be rich, but they can all be at the poverty line, which eventually demoralizes the populace, which then requires a military presence in the civilian population to keep the system that no longer works.

The only time systems of mass control work in providing a more equal balance is when in transition. Once the goal is met, nobody likes it, because it’s too confining and restrictive. Paradoxically, it is always the masses who want and seek and rise up to achieve that equal distribution, only to discover that it produced more disadvantages, rather than fewer.

China’s system has never worked. The reason it appeared to thrive at various times throughout history is because the Chinese people were convinced by their leaders that suffering was a necessary part of the plan.

China’s system lays all the decision-making into the hands of a few old men regarding every single detail of China’s population, land, resources, and on and on.

China’s old men are no different than anybody else’s old men. Old men can’t handle that much responsibility. Young men can’t handle that much responsibility. Nobody’s men can.

Suffering, suffering, suffering. You wear it well. What a lie you projected to the world. Suffering brings you peace, wealth, happiness, ingenuity, invention? Then why do you spend so much time stealing America’s inventions? 

Long live China as a democracy. If China becomes a democracy, then China keeps Hong Kong and Taiwan. Everyone is different, but equally worthy to pursue their people’s dreams. 

Not all Chinese are the same. Accept that reality as the beginning of what an ultimate Chinese Democracy will look like. Better than any other democracy.

You know how to do it. You dreamed it for centuries.






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SOCIALISM vs FASCISM what it means here

Socialism and fascism are to me essentially taking the power of the individual – relinquishing one’s control over one’s own destiny – and handing it over to an oppressive ideology via the state and/or designated groups operating as co-ops to use or neglect as they see fit for the state and/or group.

Everyone looks the same, acts the same, talks the same, hides the same, BUT is equally worthy, equally compensated, equally educated, and pretty much told what to do and how to live being a second class citizen in a second class citizen world ruled by states and/or groups.

Ownership is a relative concept, except when administering to the second class citizenry their rental privileges.

Freedom to express one’s talents and gifts outside the realm of the ruling ideology is forbidden unless dictated otherwise.

We the second class citizens of the world would share the same status as the other worker bees and worker ants, aka citizenry, of third world nations, sitting always at the feet of our ruling appointees, never at the table. I mean, come on, how big a table would you need for each person under a socialist regime, claiming equal power to share their ideas for supplying the world with all that the citizenry needs?

You want the world to be like you, right? If you’re socialist, you want everybody to be socialist? What if they’re not, who do you do business with? You need money to survive. How can you compete globally? If the government is responsible for business, except for the Mom and Pops, you’re going to be all working on plantations just to feed yourselves. What will happen to the ethnic owned businesses? You won’t be getting tax write-offs for rotten produce; you’ll be selling it rotten – it has already begun in the USA.

Who would be in charge of making sure every voice was heard? It’s too cumbersome; it would take years for each person to speak one sentence where all the others hear it. Decades maybe.

So, already a heirarchy is being created. You call it a co-op. Everyone has an equal voice because it’s small, but you need rules for a tie. That’s where a democracy seeps in. And where do you take the final vote if you need to speak to a larger issue to a different body? Representatives emerge to be the voice of the vote. Here we are on democracy lane again.

Both systems create chaos under the guise of calm. People who live in fear can be very quiet, but beneath the surface simmers a desire to break free.

Neither system is conducive to progress, because progress needs organization, highly skilled people and connections to flourish. Both systems isolate the second class populace citizenry – they’re shut off from the world. How can they contribute, except in ways dictated to them by their respective ideological systems of government? There you go with the dictator.

The tenets set forth for fascist and socialist regimes are a farce. Neither is workable as stated, and under the influence of either one, no one is free to be guided by their talents, strengths, dreams, their set backs and come backs to make a stronger, different, better effort. Because under these two systems all is one, and as we’ve seen with the black African race, seeing, hearing, thinking, speaking, acting as one – in unity – does not create harmony; it creates discord.

The human animal is not built to think with one collective mind. Thinking individually gives you the greatest survival advantage protection.

That’s my overgeneralized view of how the ruling factions of such regimes view it’s second class citizenry – operating on the false premises of ‘providing equally for all’.

Equal for all means equal for none.

Both of these ideologies dismiss the emotional component of the human animal, making them behave like machines – as pre-programmed for the so-called good of everybody else. Who decides who does what? Equally important, who rules the state and the co-ops? Where’s the oversight?

Blind trust seems to be the overriding principle that allows for the existence of either or both systems.

Both are evangelical in nature: Trust us with your cash we saw you hide, and we’ll reserve a seat for you in heaven. So what? I can have a seat at God’s table after I die, why not an earthly table while I live? God doesn’t sit there?

Well, it doesn’t work that way sweetheart. Don’t worry your pretty little head about it.

Fascism and Socialism were built by and for men. Make no mistake about that.

Acquisition is based on favor not merit, so all the slackers of the world get a free ride without lifting a finger, which leaves the rest of the second class citizenry to do two and three jobs for the same amount of equally divided goods and services, which makes both systems susceptible to fraud and corruption. All those slackers have to do something all day, so they find ways to game the system. Co-ops become gangs and private enterprise becomes the domain of illicit, but still functional money-hoarding black markets and organized crime syndicates.

Do you think there are no prisons in these oppressive societies? Oh yeah, there are prisons, but you don’t get to run them, like the cartel bosses currently do. I have a question. If Mexico is a democracy, then how is it that the drug cartels are allowed by the government to run you out of your own country of origin? And you let them.

It’s a farce. All of it.






 

BIG ON COMPLAINTS SHORT ON SOLUTIONS

‘The majority rules’ doesn’t mean the majority is right. All systems are flawed. Democracy can satisfy fifty-one percent of the people, which leaves forty-nine percent disgruntled. Out of that fifty-one percent people still may not be satisfied within that group, since the final choice between two candidates often results in choosing the lesser of two unsuitable candidates.

That’s the price of democracy.  A raise of hands. The yeas and nays. How many for? How many against? That’s our system.

Democracy is the best system to date that we as American Missionaries work hard to export to other countries many times at the cost of life, limb, and peace of mind. Democracy is the reason many immigrants risk, life, limb and peace of mind to come to America to take part in the democratic way of life, even when the outcome is not always right, and not always in their favor.

We have term limits, which is designed to fix the mistakes we as voters make. Vote them in, we don’t like their performance, vote them out.

Instead of debunking the system that is not always right, develop a better system. It’s easy to complain absent a solution.

The world is big on complaints and short on solutions.

Be big on solutions.

Our best solutions in our minds always end up in destruction mode. We think the destruction method is expedient. We’re loud, violent, won’t let up till the so and so elected official is gone, we get louder and more forceful, all-consuming of our time and energy, inviting others to the fight, then threaten if they don’t join, all the while sure, absolutely sure, that this is the only way, by legal or any other means, to destroy this elected official, make stuff up, make the populace angry as hell, shout over everybody else, put on the best all-out psycho performance to show how crazy you can really get if you don’t have your way and get this person booted out of office. You will literally blow up the planet and everything on it, knowing full well that just before you push the button or pull the switch this person will leave on their own volition and you can claim victory over running somebody out of office, the one you didn’t want, rather than wait the customary amount of time to vote out this elected official and vote in the one everybody supposedly really wants.

Who might that be? Remember Bashar Hafez al-Assad of Syria. A half million people dead, a country in ruin, a global catastrophe and he’s still standing.

Find a better way by working with what you have, until such time you can vote the people you don’t like out, or change the system requiring a larger majority than fifty-one percent, which would satisfy, at least theoretically, a greater number of voters.

America is always split fifty-fifty or thereabouts. If the bar is raised, the people will fall into line with the new requirement. The country will become sixty-one to fifty-nine. That sounds like too much of a dictatorship. Maybe we’ll all get stuck in our little middle box and nothing will ever get solved. That’s where we are now – stuck in a box.

Our political system may as well be a flip of the coin with a fifty-fifty, one point over the line wins, the way of deciding who rules. We’re always hearing on the news that the country is equally divided. Then change the divide and see what happens. Or not. If we can never reach more than just over the line of fifty percent in agreement or against, then we must accept our fate of always being pretty much equally divided – meaning always at odds with whatever the outcome is.

Perhaps we need to stop treating our politics like a sport, whereby there are two teams with fans on either side cheering for their team to win.

We need to find a way to satisfy more people, and stop being disgruntled just because you relish the devilish role, the feeling of adrenaline pumping blood faster than need be through your over-stretched veins, the power to spew whatever comes out must be right, cause it’s coming from you, a mentality that being disgruntled provides you. It’s no fun being satisfied. You like to fight and as long as it isn’t you getting hurt, then you’ll work your mouth off to destroy the target of the day.

Develop another system, find a different way, work on a new solution to an old problem. “If you’re not part of the solution you’re part of the problem” is not a solution. It’s a lazy person’s way of passing the responsibility onto anybody they say it to. You don’t need any more bumper sticker sayings. You need real-thinking, problem-solving people.

Raise the bar to sixty-one percent majority across the board. Redefine majority within a political context. That way you won’t always have half the people disgruntled. At least sixty-one percent will be satisfied.

But oh no, the minority wants to rule. Then make a better case for your plan being the plan that works for everyone – and it will become the majority. Just telling people it will work for everyone isn’t enough. Why should anyone believe you?

Too much work. I’d rather roll the dice.

Then you gambled and won, or you gambled and lost.

Don’t cry to me.