> Seriously Rob?
> Who said something about money? You did, indirectly and
> It's implicit in your writing/pictures about Wall Street, job
> losses, foreclosures, the collapse of the fiat currency system,
> etc. Re-read your partisan postings.
> I've just been attempting to zoom out to the satellite view of
> the human condition. You'd describe this as seeing the
> underlying or root cause of the symptoms for which social
> activism or political involvement is your prescribed treatment.
> You request that I "expand"? Well, I already have. See page
> 284 of GNOSIS (Volume II) for my take on the polarization of
> And in my view, democracy is simply the tyrany of the majority.
> It is the modern, acceptable form of oppression....
It's true that Wall St, Job losses and the currency system all have money in common but I've never said that money is the solution. You know I've never said money is the sole solution.
What I have said is that fairness and justice are the solution, driven by motives that come from the heart, i.e., born out of love. Money, in and of itself, isn't the solution. Creative, unselfish ideas are the solution, and that may include using money for the benefit of all rather than just for the 1%. Money is merely energy.
With respect to expanding and looking at the picture from above to get an überblick, this is worthwhile and if what you saw was the realisation that democracy is simply the tyranny of the majority, then I'd agree with you.