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January 31, 2018

 

From the beginning.

 

“Think of how it all started: America was founded by slave owners who informed us, “All men are created equal.” All “men,”  yeah, except Indians, *iggers, and women.

Remember, the founders were a small group of unelected, white, male, land-holding slave owners who also, by the way, suggested their class be the only one allowed to vote.

To my mind, that is what’s known as being stunningly–and embarrassingly–full of shit.”

– George Carlin

 

Instead of continuously looking to the rule of law to “solve” society’s problems, we might be better off approaching them using the lemon law.

As it applies to bipedal earthling artists that are an evolving divine energy of Gaia consciousness.

Lemon Law (m-w.com)

a law offering car buyers relief (as by repair, replacement, or refund) for defects detected during a  specified period.

 

Reinterpreted Lemon Law

a law offering bipedal earthlings relief (as by replacement) for dastardly deceptive distractions detected during a specified period, after having been sold a bill of goods 240+ years ago, that genocide,  racism and misogyny are acceptable in a shameful system of greed and power.

That if you play the game, by the made up rules, (even though you think, you occasionally change them)(voting, civil rights, “freedoms”, etc) you too can participate in the illusion of power and prestige.

As a consumer of the wild ride we are on in the amusement park of life, it is our divine right having the wherewithal ability to change it more to our collective liking, to be the enlightened beings we are.

Instead of the puppeteered puppets, where every motion and emotion is jerked out of us by invisible strings. Tangled and twisted in the wind pulling each other in impossible directions.

The replacement being one filled with peace, understanding, compassion, empathy, wisdom, love, self and an awareness of the whole being as one.

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