Hitleresque Ignore-ance

The absence of two words in the English language hide knowledge and power from their inherent responsibilities to mankind. They are ignore-ance, ignoring things you already know, and hitleresque, not referring to the bad guy, but the failure to stand up for the victimized.

Ignor-ance usually implies a lack of due diligence. The driver of a car speeding through traffic is ignore-ant of the consequences. People who are over worked, over stressed, over stimulated, or under appreciated have an increased tendency to be ignore-ant of their circumstances. These people are at risk for hitleresque behavior, which has destructive economic consequences.

The use of Hitler’s name in this word is not for the purpose of vilification. Those who died in the holocaust left us a gift, the graphic knowledge of our responsibility to treat our fellow humans with dignity and respect. Hitleresque behavior is ignore-ant of that human connection, the idle disavowing responsibility for opposing subhuman behavior. Hitleresque behavior didn’t begin with Hitler, but this word gives the behavior a name. The name identifies a behavior whose disappearance will be a boon to humanity.

 

Economics 001

Think of economics as a big machine, made of people. You want to use a big machine so you can accomplish a lot. There are just two things to consider before you start the machine, and while you are operating it. Don’t hurt anybody, and don’t hurt the machine. With that in mind use the machine to do kind things for many people. Democracy is not an economic principle. It is not okay to run over even one person, to help a million. If you feel differently, perhaps you should volunteer to be that one person

Free Whispers

“Free Whispers,” and, “Poor Taxes,” are symptomatic of economic depression, and they are both economically depressing, but together they multiply that effect. They do not depress free speech, as long as the speech comes from an undisclosed hidden location. “Free Whispers,” are the suppression of free speech due to poverty. Cries for help go unheard. A government that presides over general welfare should hear them, and listen to them.

“Is there sound when a tree falls to the ground if no one is there to hear it.” Technically, sound is the interpretation of air compressions by a brain, so there would be no sound, unless someone is there to here it. The US supreme Court could go there and listen. Being honest and forthright they would determine that there was sound.

Free speech is a little different. When the justices symbolically go to that secret undisclosed location, they hear unfettered whispers. They can hear the “little poor,” freely speaking, but they are not willing to listen.

The hostile takeover of an individual liberty is unkind. “Free Whispers,” are the hostile takeover of the rights of a targeted segment of the population. Ethical, kind, considerations are the foundation of economics. First do no harm. Doing harm destabilizes the currency both vertically and horizontally. It is destructive to the general welfare.

The “Poor Tax,” was used to economically isolate the working poor, and “Free Whispers,” make it unlikely that anyone will reconnect to them. “Free Whispers,” are what is left of free speech for the nations workforce, and their dependents.

Free speech, the ability to speak out against dominating forces, without fear of reprisal, has been hijacked by governmental, corporate, giant, pirates, who deny their victims access to the courts. Free whispers are what are left of free speech, and even they are fading.

Top Ten Good Reasons To BuildaClearBiz

1. You want to protect the vital organs of humanity, with economic nourishment.

2. You want to make a difference. World peace is important.

3. Real nightmares hide in Fairy-Tale Economics.

4. You think that brutality should not be an economic advantage.

5. You think that past leaders pursued their interests at the expense of yours.

6. Involuntary stupidity is unavoidable. This, you can help.

7. The unsinkable economic ocean liner should avoid icebergs.

8. Kindness counts.

9. Liberty and justice are for everybody.

10. Principals need principles.

11. You are more interested in people counting, than people who can count.