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The Great Global Awakening Has Arrived

My study of mythology has led me to conclude that all of our great stories are conscious and/or unconscious projections or some combination thereof, of the total human condition as uniquely metaphoralized by each author. We have grown ignorant of this truth and the great masses fail to glean the essential message embedded in the imagery, actions and key ideas. The Matrix movie is one such example. The Matrix is a metaphorical  rendition of the fix we find ourselves in. Neo’s home within the matrix of reality  is a bubble. A bubble reality created by those who run the matrix reality show. Matrix inhabitants think they are free and awake. But they  are unaware of their actual condition. They are ignorant of the illusion of reality created by the masters of the Matrix (govcorp). The feed going into the back of Neo’s head is the “official and authoritative”  reality input (MSM-TV= Govcorp broadcasts ) per the dominant religious, secular-and commercial agencies.  The feeds going into Neo’s body are the various laws and schemes(bailouts) that extract wealth from us in the form of taxes and various financial system riggings.

The Great Global Awakening (GGA) is much more than a sweet sounding religious or spiritual platitude, even though two of the three main views on the GGA are from spiritual points of view.

The Christian view of the GGA is more of a globalizing and marketing effort to continue asserting Christian enthnocentrism.

Eclectic spiritualists on the other hand believe that we are fast approaching a “spiritual awakening” that will usher in a new socio-cultural era devoted to universal peace and prosperity regardless of individual spiritual beliefs.

Eclectic spiritualists believe that the GGA will spring forth from vague and spontaneous internal changes within each and every one of us. This “internal shift” will somehow result in a more altruistic state thus allowing a more compassionate policy to dominate the affairs of humanity so they reason.

We may discount the Christian view of the GGA based on its self serving enthnocentrism. The simplistic and unfounded causality of eclectic spiritualist perspectives renders their take on the GGA as naive and even counterproductive for it implies a passive posture to the matter of social change.

Failure to properly understand of the workings of a system results in the inability to generate the kinds of results one wants.

A third view of the GGA takes into account planetary scaled views of enviro-socio-economic conditions, growing political discontent, increasing online activity and the free flow of information.

Let’s equate ignorance of the fundamental socio-political principles at work in modern societies with being metaphorically asleep or unaware.  While an “awakened state” means awareness of the fundamental socio-political principles and the subsequent internal reactions that take place upon learning about the rules of the game.

The rules of the official game or the government and corporate monopoly on law making are based on the sheer exploitation of other’s weaknesses as exemplified by the practice of waging economic militarism on weaker countries. And by exploiting the collective ignorance of its population in order to justify the projection of unjustifiable force or means.

All injustices spring from the projection of force as a means to assert power over and from the exploitation of ignorance of actualities in order to gain power over. In actuality, we later learned that Iraq did not possess weapons of mass destruction.

Believe it or not, but the great power of so called great nations is derived entirely from those two simple, but socially devastating operating principles.  The awakened individual reacts first with self protective interest and then with indignation at the scale and magnitude of such systematic exploitation.

Indignation at enviro-socio-economic injustices usually leads to political activism and the goal of the awakened political activist is to change the rules of the game so as to favor policies based on non-exploitation and transparency.

Awakened now takes on a very practical, demonstrable and workable meaning. Awakened in this context means that political activism is kindled by knowledge of the Establishment’s primary mode of operation.  It is the great growth of awakened political activism that has the political Establishments of the world on red alert. Signs that the Establishment has growing concerns over the mounting challenge to its brand of authority is evidenced by two very high profile events.

Event 1: Official Recognition at the Highest Levels

Zbigniew Brzezinski

Even the Establishment is talking about the Great Awakening. Have a look at what Zbigniew Brzezinski has to say about the “great awakening”. And who is Zbigniew BrzezinskiMr. Brzezinski is likely the West’s most highly regarded geopolitical strategist. He was Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser and he co-founded the Trilateral Commission with David Rockefellor.

He is also a member of the notorious  Council on Foreign Relations and Bilderberg attendee.  Anyone familiar with any three of those organizations knows that they represent the master think tanks of Western Imperialism. If anybody has a handle on the intricacies of geopolitics and politics in general it is Mr. Brzezinski.

Books by Zbigniew Brzezinski

  • Between Two Ages : America’s Role in the Technetronic Era
  • Power and Principle: Memoirs of the National Security Adviser,
  • Game Plan: A Geostrategic Framework for the Conduct of the U.S.-Soviet Contest.
  • Out of Control: Global Turmoil on the Eve of the 21st Century
  • The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives,
  • The Choice: Global Domination or Global Leadership.
  • Second Chance: Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower
  • America and the World: Conversations on the Future of American Foreign Policy
  • Alternative to Partition: For a Broader Conception of America’s Role in Europe
  • The Implications of Change for United States Foreign Policy,
  • International Politics in the Technetronic Era
  • The Geostrategic Triad : Living with China, Europe, and Russia

 

From the Horses Mouth

Excerpt from Zbigniew Brzezinski’s talk before the shadow government front known as the Council on Foreign Relations.

“For the first time in human history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive… The resulting global political activism is generating a surge in the quest for personal dignity, cultural respect and economic opportunity in a world painfully scarred by memories of centuries-long alien colonial or imperial domination…

The worldwide yearning for human dignity is the central challenge inherent in the phenomenon of global political awakening… That awakening is socially massive and politically radicalizing… The nearly universal access to radio, television and increasingly the Internet is creating a community of shared perceptions and envy that can be galvanized and channeled by demagogic, political or religious passions.

These energies transcend sovereign borders and pose a challenge both to existing states as well as to the existing global hierarchy, on top of which America still perches”

The youth of the Third World are particularly restless and resentful. The demographic revolution they embody is thus a political time-bomb, as well… Their potential revolutionary spearhead is likely to emerge from among the scores of millions of students concentrated in the often intellectually dubious “tertiary level” educational institutions of developing countries.

Depending on the definition of the tertiary educational level, there are currently worldwide between 80 and 130 million “college” students.

Typically originating from the socially insecure lower middle class and inflamed by a sense of social outrage, these millions of students are revolutionaries-in-waiting, already semi-mobilized in large congregations, connected by the Internet and pre-positioned for a replay on a larger scale of what transpired years earlier in Mexico City or in Tiananmen Square.

Their physical energy and emotional frustration is just waiting to be triggered by a cause, or a faith, or a hatred…

[The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people.”

I am astonished by the ease with which that this man speaks of killing millions.  As if he were talking about how easier it is to make hamburgers now than in the 40’s and 50’s… a time when the “civilized” Western world was indeed make hamburger out of tens of millions—something utterly incomprehensible to the vast majority of us.

From my vantage point as socio-cultural analyst,  Zbigniew Brzezinski scores a BULLSEYE.  As a top level political analyst his job is to advise the corporate front men roaming the halls of Congress.  His very bold and out in the open warning to the Establishment serves to bolster the belief that great changes are afoot and that the future looks uncertain in terms of the Establishment’s ability to maintain the status quo.

Zbigniew Brzezinski’s talk before the
infamous Council on Foreign Relations.


The Great Global Awakening is a blossoming reality that we ought to recognize sooner than later. Many of us have become jaded, cynical, desensitized and apathetic to national and international affairs, but look the Establishment is taking note and identifying the movement as an awakening—nothing new agey about that.

Hope and collective action are blossoming in unison,
therein lies the true path to change.

The Establishment is preparing for mass uprisings as the system caves in under the weight of its unfathomable corruption and as more and more wake up to the many harsh realities of Govcorp tyranny.

R E V O L U T I O N
Egypt and Beyond

Are the ongoing North African uprisings a harbinger of things to come?
Trends tracker Gerald Celente seems to think so.

Michael Chertoff  proponent of Internet censorship “We now have a capability of someone to radicalize themselves over the Internet,”Disaffected people living in the United States may develop radical ideologies and potentially violent skills over the Internet and that could present the next major U.S. security threat, U.S. Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, aka as one of Jafar’s many faces.

Over the last 2 years every major European country, including Euro-America, has experienced ongoing bouts of increasing social unrest.  It’s relatively quiet in Europe right now, but only because it’s winter time.

The underlying problems remain unresolved and therefore civil unrest will continue until adequate and popular reforms are in place.  As I write this Egypt is in flames, revolutionary fires are still smoldering in Tunisia and breaking out in other places such as Yemen, Jordan, Libya and Algiers to name just a few.

Egypt is the most important native geopolitical entity in the Middle East if for the sole reason of having direct control of the ultra strategic Suez Canal— a choke point for mass commerce and oil—the life blood of modern civilization.

The neocolonial US-Israeli alliance will not permit any political change Egypt that could compromise their current control of Egyptian politics. The Suez canal is far too vital to Western interests to be left in the hands of people who have good reason to hate the Judeo-Christian culture complex—oppressors of the world at large.

The People of Egypt and other countries are not only fighting not their despot leaders, but the vast imperialist power I call the Euro-American-Israeli TRIAD.  We can be sure that Mubarak’s replacement will be someone that is also owned by the TRIAD.

If the people of Egypt where to elect somebody who might actually have their best interests in mind you can be sure that the TRIAD would somehow intervene to influence the outcome that best serves its interests.

 


Art does indeed mimic life and it even it can even foretell events. This is just one example of many I have found.  Aladdin came out in 1992, the year the internet was made available to the general public or the year the genie was released. The genie is a symbol for raw undifferentiated potential or power and it emanates from an illuminating source –the lamp, the sun  or an electrically (light) powered source. Whomever controls the source (internet) of power controls how it may be used and dispensed. Unadulterated knowledge is real power.   The internet is credited with spearheading the Tunisian revolution and facilitating its success.  Next comes Egypt and what does Jafar do but shut down the internet for 5 days in the hopes of stifling the revolution. As if that helped. The Jafars of the world  will have to either shut down the entire internet for good or they will have to arrest all dissidents in order to maintain the status quo.

The Genie is out of the lamp for good, but Jafar is addicted to his great power and will likely resort to desperate measures to regain control of the Genie.

 

If the State is the Equivalent of the Titanic then the Internet is its Iceberg.

 

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Eric Schiller
Feb 10, 2011 18:18

Rohaan,

What you are describing is a model of how you believe ideology functions. Ideology is how people form systems of thought in groups. I think it would be valuable for you to learn more from the continental philosophers of europe.

The problem with your model of ideology is that you argue that somehow people can be ‘ideology free,’ but the reality is that ideologies beget ideologies, and when one crumbles, another takes it’s place. Therefore there is no ‘enlightenment’ just a change over from one system of thought to another.

Also, you seem to take a conspiratorial tone on many of your posts, suggesting that certain powers are pulling the strings, and that they designed the system that way themselves. I think that is a real low probability. Power itself functions in such a way that certain types of people rise to the top. In human culture, power flows a certain way. Perhaps there are means of changing that, but if anything, pushing conspiracies only strengthens those who hold the power.

Rohaan Solare
Feb 10, 2011 18:44

@ Eric I think you are mistaken about what you think I believe. The post is not about ideologies, the post describes trends and themes as I and other see them. Brzezinski’s and Celente are not conspiracy buffs, they are empiricists like myself. I don’t even mention or even refer to the terms enlightenment, ideologies or conspiracies.
What I piece together is not based on hearsay, but on what’s out in the open for anybody to see. Some can connect the dots and some can’t. Quite frankly your comment is way off topic.

Eric Schiller
Feb 10, 2011 19:52

My comment most specifically referred to your section about “The Matrix.” So yes, it is very on topic.

Rohaan Solare
Feb 10, 2011 20:50

@ Eric Thanks for being more specific it helps. My comment on the Matrix is but a small quip compared to the rest of the article. Let’s see the piece on the Matrix describes a learning process in which the subject in question learns something totally to the contrary of what he thought to be true.

I then describe the subjects cultural condition as metaphoralized by the imagery in the picture. If I am to interpret your comment of “meta understanding” then enlightenment means to learn something that goes contrary to what one thinks is true. Ideology is a system of ideas. So the subject had been taught one system of ideas and then he learns that those ideas are false. That is an every day occurrence.

Then you said something about a “conspiratorial tone”. I do make the overarching claim that the current and dominant World System as defined by the leading operational dynamics of Western civilization as being founded in the principle of exploitation in the parasitic sense. Is that what you consider a “conspiratorial tone” ?

Josh Buckner
Feb 10, 2011 22:21

I think the internet is indeed accelerating the pace of political awareness. But what political reality are we becoming aware of? You said it’s 2 things:

1) “exploitation of other’s weaknesses as exemplified by the practice of waging economic militarism on weaker countries
2) “exploiting the collective ignorance of its population in order to justify the projection of unjustifiable force or means”

I summarize these as: The powerful exploit the weak and the ignorant on a massive scale.

While this is true enough, it’s hardly news to pragmatically-minded people. The part we don’t understand is how we get it to stop. Can we just remove the corrupt establishment from power or is the problem a systemic one? I think this part requires a more detailed and comprehensive kind of awakening.

Can I suggest that you be more specific about the identities of the Establishment, Govcorp, and TRIAD. Who exactly are you referring to? Specific examples would be more helpful than pop culture metaphors.

Your focus on the conflict between “the Establishment” and ordinary people is oversimplified in my opinion. The rich and powerful exploit each other all the time too. In fact, the path to power is often marked by intense infighting. I don’t think the Establishment is quite as established as your article suggests.

As evidenced throughout recent history, the toppling of an Establishment can leave behind a power vacuum in which chaos and violence reign (e.g., Iraqi self-determination). Certain types of people, like gangsters and sociopaths, actually thrive in this environment. A new Establishment inevitably rises in response to the absence of power.

I usually find Mr. Brzezinski’s analyses to be insightful, but I’m not sure what to think of his declaration that a global political awakening is now occurring. I think his comments on the matter show HIM to be the one who has finally awakened to the social reality of globalization!

Anyway, I enjoy your provocative style of writing and hope we can learn something from each other.

Rohaan Solare
Feb 11, 2011 10:50

@ Josh Thank you for your sincere inquiry. You ask

Can we just remove the corrupt establishment from power or is the problem a systemic one? I think this part requires a more detailed and comprehensive kind of awakening.

It is both corrupt establishment and a systemic problem. Meaning that we are led by the most damaged and deranged among us. Phenotypes who over the generations have “moved up” the socio-economic ladder by way of addiction to great power and sheer predatory ruthlessness. We must remember that the Western civilization is first and foremost advanced by militarism. Therefore its leaders are called forth from militarized/predatory bloodlines.

I mean these people have killed family members in their quest for power. If they don’t think twice about killing blood relatives then how much easier is it for them to wage war against total strangers. A predatory leadership will in turn create a predatory system of social organization to sustain itself. Its laws and institutions are designed to domesticate and parasatize those they exert influence over. Taxation and the web of financial laws are but subtle non-destructive forms of predation. Human husbandry of the Modern era. So to answer your question those who currently call the shots must be removed from power and in order to remove them from power we must reform the system of laws that gives them their great power.

You then ask me to be specific about what I mean by the Establishment, Govcorp and the TRIAD. The ESTABLISHMENT is characterized by existing state structures, e.g. governments and their primary supporters in the private realm. Primary supporters being those who aim to promote a particular socio-political-commercial agenda via their financial contributions to entities within the governmental realm.

GOVCORP is a term I use instead of fascism. The meaning of Govcorp is more readily understood than the obscure and technical fascism. Govcorp denotes the full blown merger between commercial and state entities. They have become indistinguishable in our day and age.

The TRIAD consists of the most powerful economic and political entities of the Western World. Namely they are the key member governments of the EUROPEAN union, the wealthiest and most politically active non-governmental entities of Europe. The UNITED STATES Government and the wealthiest and most politically active non-governmental entities of the U.S. And finally the ISRAELI Government and the wealthiest and most politically active non-governmental entities closely affiliated with Israel.

Regarding you comment about how established the Establishment is. I will just say that they are established enough to dictate the economic and socio-cultural affairs of hundreds of millions of people within and beyond the borders of their respective countries.

Josh Buckner
Feb 11, 2011 13:27

Thanks for your response Rohaan.

Here is the dilemma that I think the previous commenter Eric brought up: The people in power achieved their status by destroying opposition and winning conflicts – all the way to the top. Your point of view in this article is in direct opposition (anti-establishment) to those in power, so aren’t you trying to beat them at their own game? Stoking outrage at the establishment may awaken a few ants but it also awakens sleeping giants. Furthermore, genuine outrage is regularly exploited for donations, advertising revenue, and career advancement. Perhaps a new approach will emerge in our culture someday?

I’m still not clear on the *specific* identities of the Establishment, Govcorp, and TRIAD. You seem to be using “the Establishment” not to refer to a particular entity, but the dominant paradigm of deal-making (You scratch my back, I scratch yours).

You said that Govcorp is “full blown merger between commercial and state entities” which are now indistinguishable. You don’t seem aware of the contentious relationship between the US Chamber of Commerce and President Obama. There are numerous other examples of state and private entities trying to influence each other (usually through bribery) which demonstrate that governments and corporations are actually quite distinguishable.

Your explanation of TRIAD is also a bit vague. Can you name specific persons, departments, or corporations to avoid confusion? Which entities in the United States are part of TRIAD? The CIA, FBI, White House, State Department, and Congress are each individual entities with their own interests and goals. Grouping them all together I think misrepresents who we’re actually dealing with. Grouping together all of “the most powerful economic and political entities of the Western World” into one entity is even more nebulous.

When tearing down corrupt institutions, be careful not to destroy the ones trying to build something better in the midst.

Rohaan Solare
Feb 11, 2011 18:29

@Josh you asked “so aren’t you trying to beat them at their own game?”. I would say hardly. They Establishment advances itself by deceit, subterfuge and violence. The post in question only identifies the element is a big picture way.
All of my writings are in the public view, I advocate transparency and I DO NOT advocate violence of any sort. So to answer your question NO In no way am I trying to beat them at their own game.

Within the Establishment there are of course competing cartels each jockeying for control of the various aspects of the political machinery. When Bush-Cheney got elected the Military Industrial Complex and the Petro-Chemical industry set the political agenda.
Obama is more aligned with the banking cartel and that’s why the Obama administration is infested with former banking executives. Obama has had to primarily deal with matters pertaining to “financial stabilization” of major industries.

The TRIAD. The American arm of the TRIAD are the elements you named and outside think tanks like the CFR, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg group. For the purpose of this article I was specific enough.

Rohaan Solare
Feb 13, 2011 12:18

My reply to @EricSchiller’s claim that he makes “good arguments” and that he does not merit the label of troll I have conferred upon him. I referred to @ericschiller and his motley crew (@ericschiller @rocking_g_real @RolandKapferer @mrteacup @IlllllllllllllI @LChakoian) as trolls because based on what they have had to say to me they are no more than band of disoriented hecklers and useless critics for critics sake.

Further down I make my case based on the so called “argument” you left on my blog and the various pot shots your troll buddies made on Twitter

Critics for critics sake is a sure sign of mediocre and uncreative minds. You replied in your last tweet tweet that I referred to you as troll because you challenged me with a “good argument”.

You call yourself a critic and that’s fine, but don’t try to come off as anything more than a critic for critics sake. Your style of critic is the refuge of those have nothing to offer in terms of creativity or intellectual value and so you resort to the type of criticism you do because you can’t say anything of added value.

If something exceeds your understanding then it must be wrong because you can’t compute and so the critic in you comes out. And by the way as I am about to show you, you don’t even know how to critique.

Here is the comment you left on my blog. The link is included.
I have numbered your statements for ease of reference.

@ERICSCHILLER’S COMMENTS

1.) What you are describing is a model of how you believe ideology functions. 2.) Ideology is how people form systems of thought in groups. I think it would be valuable for you to learn more from the continental philosophers of europe.

MY REPLY:
Statement 1) tells me what you believe I am doing. Statement 2) gives me your definition of ideology. Statement 3) suggests I do something.

So far no critiques, no arguments and not a even position in reference to a point I made in my article.

@ERICSCHILLER’S COMMENTS CONTINUED

4). The problem with your model of ideology is that you argue that somehow people can be ‘ideology free,’ but the reality is that ideologies beget ideologies, and when one crumbles, another takes it’s place. 5). Therefore there is no ‘enlightenment’ just a change over from one system of thought to another.

MY REPLY:
Statement 4) looks like a good candidate for your first critique, but it fails miserably because nowhere in the article in question and much less to the specific item you reference do I speak about or reference anything about people being “ideology free”.

Statement 5) tells me something about “enlightenment” and that is equally curious because I don’t use the term enlightenment in the article.

So far no critiques and no argument. Just more vague assertions that don’t even pertain to the subject matter of the article in question.

@ERICSCHILLER’S COMMENTS CONTINUED

6). Also, you seem to take a conspiratorial tone on many of your posts, suggesting that certain powers are pulling the strings, and that they designed the system that way themselves. I think that is a real low probability. 7). Power itself functions in such a way that certain types of people rise to the top. 8). In human culture, power flows a certain way. 9). Perhaps there are means of changing that, but if anything, pushing conspiracies only strengthens those who hold the power.

MY REPLY:
Statement 6 makes the general accusation that many of my posts seem “to take on a conspiratorial tone” and you finish by asserting that you think the probability is low.
Neither of part of that statement is an argument.

Statement 7 tells me your position on how power functions to move people to the top.

Statement 8 reasserts in vague terms what you said in the statement 7 but now you have included the term culture.

Statement 9 tells me what you think a conspiratorial tone does.

Statements 7, 8, and 9 are not arguments since they all reference your general statement of “conspiratorial tone”. A conspiratorial tone is not a point so how can you argue for or against it and what good or use is a general critique of irrelevant matter?

The curiousness of your so called arguments and critiques obliged me to reply to your initial comment by asking you what in the world you where referencing since your comment did not apply to my post nor did you specifically refer to any point I made.

You replied by saying that you were referring to my quip about a scene in the movie the Matrix.
Well that was even more befuddling because your statements where even less meaningful relative to what I quipped about the Matrix.

TALLY:
You made a total of 9 statements and NOT A SINGLE statement qualifies as an argument nor a valid critique since you don’t give any specifics.

It is for the reasons mentioned herein that I referred to you and the others as trolls because your statements and their Twitter rants are nothing more than troll slobber.

And who merits the label of troll?

According to wikipedia a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_%28Internet%29

You made extraneous and off topic remarks in your comments and your twitter buddies made inflammatory remarks.

You are your buddies fit the description of trolls to a tee.

I have now shown you what a good argument looks like and that you do indeed merit the label of troll.

I referred to specific comments you made and I made my counter arguments to your assertion that you make “good argument” by unequivocally demonstrating that you made NOT A SINGLE argument for or against anything in your comment.

Rohaan Solare
Feb 13, 2011 13:46

@ericschiller’s reply to my point by point deconstruction of his assertion that he knows how to formulate “good arguments”. His reply via twitter was a cowardly and lame “get a life”. Need I say more? The following is a link to the picture of his twitter reply. http://emergent-culture.com/wp-content/uploads/schiller.jpg

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