Saturday, August 22, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (14)

An innocent narrator is sometimes forced to adopt an exiled stance.

For an advocate in favour of eliminating borders, the situation of the exiled narrator dampens the rebel's inspiration to ponder such an inconceivable philosophy. There is not a single act of triumph that does not wallow in revenge.

In the case of the innocent narrator,the defensive exile may commence out of fear, but will later evolve into a stance to defend natural freedom.

Administering a Form of Justice (13)

Justice loves to celebrate its ignorance.

The laws upholding its subtle dishonesty provide fodder for minds unburdened with the power of thought. Situations and persons are amalgamated into 'suspicious circumstances', with the intention of stereotyping characters as dangerous or delinquent.

It is simple for the laws endorsed by governments in the name of justice to taint individuals with a lingering mistrust. When laws allow guilt to take precedence over innocence, the sunned narrator is relegated to a position in which his voice is bludgeoned into oblivion.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

The Myths and Realities of Educational Institutions

1. The first myth of oppressive educational institutions is that each student is appreciated and entitled to individuality, respect and personal opinion.


2. The second myth is that students are granted the freedom to express ideas without fearing retaliation.


What happens beneath the facade of this hegemony.

Students are manipulated into believing that their worth is valued by the dictators parroting their limited knowledge. When students voice their opinions, they are generally met by a patronising attitude. If a student dares to illustrate an ideology into writing, the testimony of individual thought vanishes mysteriously.

Educational institutions are the censorship of ideas. Students are expected to assimilate, allow their minds to be coerced by a powerful hierarchy and be the bearers and promoters of the ruling puppets that sustain themselves with manipulating minds. Educational institutions do not support revolutionary action - they harbour an innate fear against those opposing their selfish attitude. This exploitation is sanctioned by the malfunctioning form of democracy that prides itself on a mediocre majority.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (12)

Trust is an essential element in any betrayal.

1. It is foolish to place your trust in educational institutions that refuse to recognise your intellect and individuality. The result is maimed self-confidence and years wasted either through accommodating the hypocrites who rule, or else rebelling once you realise there is nothing left to lose.

2. It is an abomination to believe that good deeds are rewarded by other good deeds. A step to eliminate this misleading belief would be to murder the idioms that insist on such warped thinking.

3. There is no real justice in those who uphold democracy as a perfect system. Such people do not acknowledge minorities and individual political beliefs.

4. People should never place their trust in the tarnished halls that uphold the definition of justice. When an oath taken is considered to be undisputed truth according to abominable laws, it sends out a macabre warning to all people - there is no sincerity and truth seeking in such a manipulative system.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (11)

There is a barren island in a smothering sea, which prides itself on upholding righteousness to safeguard the freedom of its gullible citizens.

On this island, justice deviates in many ways, and one of the most conniving methods to keep minds incarcerated by flawed laws is that of slander.

Story tellers are appreciated by justice and they are rewarded for their warped, imaginative plots. They are considered honest citizens for complying with legislation, and justice bestows its honour on the unworthy.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

The Theft of Memory (3)

Democracy is opposed to revolutions. The reason behind the opposition is that in a revolution by the masses, it is not the throngs of power that decide where hypocrisy and degradation are emanating from.

Democracy is a dictatorship of parties that pretend to oppose each other for the sake of creating the illusion of balance between power and the oppressed. The reality is that democracy does not present an unrestricted choice.

Democracy usurps memory by presenting elections as the only just way for power to assume its dictatorship. In the nation's quest to assert its conditioned opinion, many do not realise that elections are a tool used by democracy to relegate revolutions to a vague, outdated term. Elections are portrayed by people in power as the means for the citizens to assert their opinion. When people protest and refuse to take part in such mediocre practices, we get the rhetoric of 'the electorate is not acting upon its given right to choose a government'.

The people who refuse to vote are the revolutionaries who do not accept concessions as rights. Revolutionaries do not compromise in order to allow power to extend its dominion over their intellect.

Revolutionaries do not wait for parliament to lament about bad policies and disgusting governance. They have the power of memory and intellect to decide all that for themselves, because they are the ones who clung tenaciously to the relation between language and memory.

The Theft of Memory (2)

One of the aims in a corrupt democracy is to obliterate recollections in order to assume total control over the citizens.

People who allow memory to escape the confines of consciousness are relegating their identity to phrases void of language.

The relation of language to memory is essential in contributing towards the importance of history as the means of persevering against the injustice of democracy.