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Bullies, the Tyranny of Authority and the Abuse of Power

There we are, doing our thing. But then someone doesn’t like that others like what we’re doing. They don’t want someone to challenge what they want. Some people do things that challenge the self-view and worldview of others who want to keep things as they are so they can keep their positions of power and control. They will attack others […]

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Authority Levels Can Shift, But Individuals Are Always Subjugated

Follow with me if you’re aware that there are various authority levels that nest into each other like a Russian Doll, from international to local levels. Leaving Authority The EU nations can leave the European Union without moving location if the majority of people decide in a vote, while we as individuals can’t just leave the impositions of an external […]

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Perceived Power and Authority from Wearing a Police Uniform Affects How We View Ourselves and Others

Do appearances matter? They sure do for most of us, unfortunately all too much. Many of us judge people on superficial qualities when we encounter their appearances: if they are groomed, shaven, have a haircut, have nice clothes, have a nice car, have a nice house, have a nice job, etc. One of the most powerful influences is what people […]

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Are You the Author and Authority of Your Authentic Life?

Authority. Is it illusion or fantasy? Is it real or legitimate? Is there no authority? Is there a misrepresentation through lack of clarity? What about authenticity? Do none of these things exist, since they don’t exist in themselves as particular objects in reality? Well, neither does truth… but “it” exists. These representations about reality do exist, because they are expressions […]

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Conspiracy Reality: Governments Are Involved in Drug Dealing

Hearing that the government, specific agencies or people in power, are involved in activity they are hired to stop (like drug dealing), is hard for some to accept. We grow up believing good people get into positions of authority like government, police, and other sectors of the “establishment”. That they protect and serve the rest of us in society. Liars […]

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Exceeding the Limits of Interaction in a Community Leads to Control

Social cooperation, harmony and integrity upon values, and having your voice heard and represented unanimously, are based upon the interaction each member as with others. There are limits to this interaction based on the amount of people in a community. The larger the community, the less someone’s voice can be heard in a fair unanimous representation. There is only a […]

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