Saturday, July 18, 2009

The Psychology of Power

Power has a staunch belief in being able to survive through intimidating practices. When this corruption is exhausted, it starts accumulating enough arrogance to claim control over language. There is one flaw, however. Power deems itself superior to the intelligence of people but, with time, people learn how to dissect a sentence and do not expect to find any genuine purpose in the uttered words.

Power is a lie that weakens with opposition from those who respect language as a medium of truth, not a tool to be manipulated with selfish intent.

It revels in creating and highlighting differences in society by addressing the nation in sections - creating the distinction between social classes to eradicate respect.

This lie limits itself to constructing boundaries, chaining workers to accept conditions that do not satisfy the created needs. Power feels most at ease when the wronged complain of their misfortune to the usurpers of natural freedom.

Power is limited. Its dictionary consists of a mere three volumes detailing the definition of capitalism, colonialism and consumerism.

Defeating power harbours a message to return the gift of freedom to the masses. Defeating power will allow language to flourish, ideals to survive and revolution to triumph.

"If you tremble indignation at every injustice, then you are a comrade of mine." Ernesto Che Guevara.

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