The pervision of intentions – 05

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Theoretically the safest place is where? In a prison! Fences, bars, thick walls and guards make sure that nothing gets in and nothing escapes. Tight rules ensure order and equal conditions – ideally.

How do politicians and many people get the idea to equate security with freedom and to promote it as such? Nobody would consider a prison as an institution of freedom – quite the contrary. Nevertheless, they strive with all their might to install one above everything and everyone. Are we humans already so degenerated that even hair-raising contradictions/antagonisms are accepted?

Exemplarily every anonymization is chased through the stable. On the one hand, every form of privacy is fully advocated as protection of the individual, on the other hand, it is outlawed as a risk to economic growth.

Unfortunately, politicians around the world are making wrong decisions. The perversion of intentions therefore triggers counter-reactions everywhere. Uprising and rebellion become a daily occurrence because corrupt politicians are no longer able to realistically acknowledge their own actions. In addition, a transparent citizen makes any manipulative work easier for them.

Anonymization speaks with split tongue. Means safety, but demands total nakedness. Submission is the price. Anyone who does not want to pay this price is excluded and, at best, thrown to the public as persona non grata. Private? Contradicts social welfare, ergo profit, and is therefore frowned upon.


↑ Translated with the help of Deepl

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