Fwd:Democracy is not for all. It is meant only for a self-governing people of puritanical discipline...
- Akhénatonic comments from a dissociated USsian,below,in the forum of the
Journal of "CONSCIOUSNESS" (!!!) "Research"...
Clearly,antigravity should NOT fall in the hands of the US "elite":
>Subject: Democracy is not for all. It is meant only for a self-governingpeople of puritanical discipline
>>From: "Philip Benjamin" <medinuclear@...>
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>>Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2000 19:42:33 GMT
>>Subject: RE: [jcs-online] Objective Reality
>Democracy is not for all! Not from a Blop of Consciousness, nor from State
>Reply to: "Dotson, John" jdotson@... email@example.com Sent:
>Wednesday, October 04, 2000 4:06 PM Subject: RE: [jcs-online] Objective
>[JD]: As you know, there are WISDOM TRADITIONS that have perennially claimed
>"other" ways of perceiving reality, including but not limited to natural
>order, nor to explicate or implicate orders. HUMAN HISTORY is the struggle
>from despotism and slavery toward democracy, i.e. the constraint of symmetry
>that all laws should look the same to every individual. It is imposed by
>slowly emerging Mind displacing mindless consciousness and its evolutionary
>algorithm that drew it up from the dust and sustained it until it could
>learn to work with high abstractions as symbols and so perceive implicit
>qualities of natural order.
>First, I do not understand the relevance of this statement in the present
>discussion on *objectivity*. I would appreciate if someone can enlighten me
>on that. Second, since it is introduced for some mysterious reason, it is
>proper to examine if it is true, after all. This is a very prevalent view,
>rather a rigmarole, presented in any (American) Sociology/History text.
>Questioning these premises are not always possible, without the peril of
>being ostracized or suffering material losses.
>Which history is *human history*? Is it the more recent East European
>failure of communism? Is the struggle against despotism and slavery always a
>move toward democracy? Is democracy the FINALITY of PERFECT government for
>ALL people everywhere? Not so at all! . *Human History* from the primitive
>tribal chief to the maximum ruler of civilized Germany and further onto the
>rule by decrees (executive orders) of the current champion(s) of DEMOCRACY
>is an indelible record of authoritarianism and despotism with strong
>penchants and predilections thereto from the ruled.
>If you are alluding to any defining moments in *human history*, they refer
>to the oral traditions meticulously codified into texts of the ancient
>Israel under the Pharaohs and later under the Greeks. That record explicitly
>claims that it was no nebulous cloud of consciousness, but a very visible
>cloud of *Shekinah* authority that consumated into authoritarian monarchies
>due to the same old propensities of those *humans* toward that.
>Other defining moments were when Luther, Calvin and Knox and others broke
>from one of those *wisdom traditions* you are intimating. From the Divine
>Rights of Kings to, We the Barons, to We the People there was no
>*consciousness jumps*. The awakening of the people to *their divine rights*
>was a consequence of their study of a book- The Book. The Separatist
>movement in England ( one branch of Puritans) and the Pilgrims' movement in
>the Americas (the other branch of Puritans) both amply testify to that fact
>of history. Neither the French revolution nor the Soviet gangsterism could
>claim that. No human government can be the Messiah of the Protestants.
>Because they affirmed, "The Lord is our *Judiciary*, the Lord is our
>*Legislature* and the Lord is our *Chief Executive* . The Lord FREES."
>Isaiah 33: 22 ). So, dividing the power into three separate and equal
>branches was according to the *code*. The division of powers in the U.S.
>Constitution was a necessity, if ever that constitution was to have common
>approval. It was drafted by and FOR a people, (then 98.8% Protestants of
>Puritan origins), who generally understood the Fall of man as real. This
>means any human power will tend to be corrupt. Lesser the power, lesser is
>the corruption. Divide, separate, equalize and minimize powers. That was a
>This is not a piece of global history, but limited to a certain kind of
>people who over a period of several centuries GOT PREPARED through tortures,
>burning at the stakes and too many cruelties to be described here. A blob of
>*consciousness* will not do it, nor State Vector Reduction.
>Democracy is not for all. It is meant only for certain calibre of people, a
>self-governing people of puritanical discipline. I hope others, be they in
>the West including the U.S.A, or East, will have some form of benevolent
>dictatorships of a person or a one-Party system. History of peoples around
>the world, and *other wisdom traditions* (* human history*), say so.
>Philip Benjamin medinuclear@...
>Philip P. Benjamin
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