Re: Property [was Re: The Education Function]
Mon, 4 Jan 1999 09:33:03 EST

In a message dated 12/16/98 11:24:41 AM Central Standard Time, writes:


> First of all I want to apologize for the tone of my last post. I had no
> reason to attack you personally. I'm sure you're sincere in believing that
> the job you do is valuable. I'm just so f***in' tired of being jerked
> around by "the system" that I tend to lash out at anyone I see as
> representing it. Unfortunately, the fact is that your position _is_
> supported by funds that are, from my point of view, simply extorted from me
> and others who have other uses for our own money. Hope you understand my
> discontent with that situation.

In a similar vein. I've been pondering a course of action...a strategy if you will.

Since it has become obvious that the electoral system in this country is useless ...that voting does nothing other than validate the system to be further exploited by the and bureaucrats.....then there ought to be some other course of action.

Obviously there is armed rebellion. The "shoot all the lawyers" scenario. While that would be very satisfying it would be extremely messy and counterproductive in the long run. (Read the breif explanation of the fall of the Roman Empire in "The Lucifer Principal")

So my suspicion is that the only other alternative is ridicule and scorn. That is to make those sucking at the government tit feel extremely uncomfortable and ashamed of their profession such that they abandon it.

I'm still thinking on this...but I find Dick's "tone" to be right in line with viewpoint.