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Crisis creates perceived threats

Letter: Alfred Holden

The paradigm of perpetual war for perpetual peace. Machiavelli wrote this into his book, The Prince, and for hundreds of years we have been pursuing this theme within politics: “of enemies both real and imagined which have undertaken such an expense in human lives and human prosperity.” The call for war from so many candidates has created adversaries where there were none and have destabilized the future of our present nation states to where we see mass migrations.

Crisis creates perceived threats to our nation, and false reasonings from the press with regards to climate change (nee global warming) and demand that we respond to this contrived anthropogenic causation by demanding a response with the carbonization of our political and economic machinery to where we become subject slaves to this scheming taxation model which undermines our economy and indentures our populations to perpetual servitude. Our world religious and secular leaders have led us down this path of deception. In America, as well as even our European cousins, we have been subjected to themes of exploitation such as colonialism, the guilt of slavery, of white privilege, of gender and race inequalities, of religious discrimination without the proper consideration of the backdrop of an ecological perspective on a global basis of the transition we have made from agricultural, industrial and now the information based social orders. We call on all to make acknowledgement of perceived sins by these prevaricators who diminish the roles we have played in the most positive sense of improving the condition of mankind.

Alfred Holden

White Bird


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