September 20, 2018

Reform is an Answer?

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Below is how Richard Fernandez ends his piece this week that describes the condition that exists in which Americans are living. It continues to amaze me that some brilliant people, real or controlled opposition, can precisely point out the “problems” and the “chaos” that exist and the compilation of those events that is the man-created society prepared for us, and yet offers “real reform” as the cure. I think he is better than this.

Reform, real or otherwise, has no meaning! Reform is value laden. Reform means a person or group of persons don’t like what they have and so they want to change it – reform it; real reform carries a bit more urgency?

Most of what is given to us by men is fake, but yet we want to believe in something. We look for answers somewhere but seldom in the right place. It is our habit, or at least for some, to seek out other men for something good that is said or written. It is all too often empty of meaning. A writer can articulate the obvious but to offer “real reform” comes up a bit short. I would like to read his proposal for “real reform” to better understand where he comes from and where he thinks we are really going.

Real reform will not come from men. It never has and never will. Perhaps the first step is to understand that these events that stir emotions in people appear as a symptom of a misdirected society, but in reality they are created and directed by the very evil that we are programmed to turn to for the answer. Government, nay, man does not have that answer, but we can’t help ourselves. Never can one turn to the creator of evil to find truth.

Government, and that term is used with a broad brush effect, creates the chaos (Orlando, Dallas, etc. it’s all fake), they embellish their creation, causing people to display irrational emotions, and with the irrationality the wrong solutions are offered. Real reform is not a real solution. It too is fake.

Men’s answers are not the cure.

“The door to Hell can’t be shut by speeches. It can’t be resolved by the epideictic presidency of Barack Obama. It has to be met by real reform. Once black grievance gets going, what answer do we give to the cry, “Why not me? Why not me?” The basic problem is that the current system is economically and politically unsustainable. It’s been writing checks for years that it can’t cash.  That is the message of the crisis in Europe. That is the message of the crisis in America. That is the message of Dallas.”

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