Poetry is bliss

Friday, November 6th, 2009 @ 5:30 pm | Business

The life that we live in is the life that we accept to live in. Think about everything that you are at this moment in time. What got you to this point in your life. Was it a decision you made or an action you didn’t take? We tend to believe that destiny prevails. God guides our lives with an iron fist. Most leaders that guide their people with such a stern outlook face their demise very quickly. History has proven that fact over and over. Why do people feel the need to follow a dictator by choice. People ran from Mussilini, Stalin, Castro, Hitler, and a mutlitude of Roman leaders. Yet somehow people want to follow a leader just like that with the promise of eternal life. Hitler promised a 1000 year term for his country. The people loved it. Yet in the end they called him a crazy totalitarian dictator. The general public seeks freedom and independence. But when given the chance they cling to the structure and scaffolding of a monarchist state. How does this happen. Is that human nature or are we trained to do so? Where do you begin with a question like that? Have we already passed the point of no return into the next era of humanity, commercialism? Commercialism – the absolute but indirect rule of a company or organization with a federal government front to the people in which it commands.

This is all just a rant by some hippie freak with a conspiracy theory. I am but one guy. I stand alone in this theory. That is of course until you look at the artists. The most well respected artists in all mediums are conveying this message again and again through discrete propaganda. Look at your favorite piece of art (pop music excluded) and decipher the hints and the message. As Mary Magdalen gains recognition so does this strange message of commercilism. Direct images come from “Idiocracy” and “Fight Club” and discretely by Andy Warhol, Ben Stiller, Glen E. Friedman and Craig Stecyk. What now, what comes next.

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4 Responses to “Poetry is bliss”

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  2. Marisol Mcgougan Says:

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