Making the Future Female

IGNORING THE HIERARCHICAL SYSTEM…


DON’T FIGHT THE SYSTEM – IGNORE IT!

The Max Keiser show, On The Edge, was really good this week and the guest Mike Ruppert from collapsenet.com explained clearly the ideas behind my novel DOG Sharon: The Future is Female and the related Womanifesto!

Mike Ruppert is an interesting character with plenty to say about the state of the human world. He’s advocating growing your own food, getting together and building local partnerships, and ignoring the authorities as much as possible. He suggests we let ’em sink in their own incompetence, because their business model has failed.

A paradigm shift in human consciousness is needed to move onwards and upwards. But it’s no good tinkering with the system or looking to leaders.

EVERYBODY IN EVERY GOVERNMENT IS OUT OF THEIR MINDS – THERE’S A TOTAL DISCONNECT WITH REALITY!  Mike Ruppert

The inequality of the current economic system has developed from the idea that all the lands of the Earth and all the peoples are just commodities that may be owned by a small elite.

This hierarchical system can be easily visualised as a pyramid with a king, emperor, prime minister, president, priest, pope, patriarch, imam, ayatollah, shah, csar or tyrant on the top and everyone else beneath.

Below the kings come the nobles and below them the middle classes. Of course, the bottom tier is by far the largest as it is made up of the working masses.

Without the masses the elites would be at the bottom, so they need lots of new workers.

Shit comes down, money and power flows up.

It’s a brilliant idea – if you’re near the top.

But, most of us are at the bottom.

In the shit.

Lowerarchy is the opposite of Hierarchy 😉

As more and more of us see through the illusion of control a tipping point of consciousness will be reached which will allow everyone else to make that leap.

That’s the paradigm shift.

The only way is up…

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14 responses

  1. I watched this last night (thanks to your previous recommendation) and thought the same thing. I have thought for a while now that the best option is to ignore them as much as possible and form local collectives of people working together for their own survival and so-on.

    The only thing is- can everybody do that?
    Or enough people for this to make an impact?
    I have struggled with this concept for years. And the strongest desire I have is to leave this way of life to do something more in line with these principals. I still find myself here though, at least for now. Good post as always.

    September 23, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    • Cheers mate, I agree, it’s been my feelings for last twenty years on a personal level. As for the numbers, he made the point that as more people see through the illusion then others will follow.
      The noosphere grows as our consciousness grows and we make the paradigm shift.
      BTW you explained things better than the guy you suggested 😉
      Cheers mate – always exciting to talk

      September 23, 2012 at 11:26 pm

      • Cool, glad I can be of service!

        And I agree, that’s the other thing. More and more people are realizing that this is a sham and not only that but by working over 40 hours a week and still not being able to pay rent for example, I think there is going to be a major division of the population that we are seeing right now.

        For example, the U.N. could move in and implement their own little work/live situations that basically resemble a prison in the name of self-sustainability to take care of this problem by expanding rural areas as cities become more unsustainable- but there are many others who are just going to get fed up and say “fuck that” and go their own way, and fundamentally speaking this way resembles something that we know as permaculture.

        We aren’t seeing a federal crack down on them yet as cited by other sources, they have just implemented scare tactics here and there like the guy in Oregon jailed for collecting rain water. I wonder when and if the government will come in and say this can not be done? Or if they even have the resources capable? All I know is permaculture is the way and as soon as I can no longer live within these false confines that is the road I am headed.

        September 23, 2012 at 11:32 pm

      • Great minds, as they say. It feels cooler here re water and land use, but the UK usually follows the US, so things may yet change.
        We can only keep sharing the messages we have seen and brought back. Things cannot continue as they are – I think most folk know that.
        There’s plenty to do…

        September 23, 2012 at 11:40 pm

  2. Aisha

    Hiya lowerarchy, can see your connection with the Womanifesto on this – about women of the world taking control of human reproduction. It’s the paradigm shift for us so-called women to make as well – we stop giving birth – we then stop the system which is using us and our children for slave labour, soldiers – and as profit-making machines. Nice one. Let’s hope the global consciousness raising is gaining momentum…

    September 24, 2012 at 12:12 am

    • Snowball!

      September 24, 2012 at 12:13 am

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  4. Ah so that’s where your handle comes from. It’s an interesting idea but might I suggest that the pyramid is a little outdated? These days it’s not governments and dictators at the top, it’s corporations. They pretty much did what you are suggesting. They ignored governments, or bought them and now they pretty much own the earth. Sadly they have us by the short and curlies unless we give up all the things provided by the infrastructure they own. I could live without my tv but I’m not sure I’d be all that happy brushing my teeth with a twig. 😦

    September 30, 2012 at 12:29 pm

    • Good point, that would certainly appear to be the case, although I’d argue governments are still more important for two main reasons. Firstly governments manage their populations through legislation for the benefit of the business sector, and secondly they give the impression people have power over their lives.
      Governments only pretend corporations have all the power – it’s a charade, because the same governments enact the laws to create favourable trading circumstances. The same people are at the tops of all the various hierarchies and they attempt to carve up the world for the same elites.
      I’ve studied the flow of people between government and business in what is often called the ‘revolving door’. What is clear, as you say, is that ordinary folk get a bad deal from the system.
      Anyway many thanks for suggesting that – I’ll do a new version to accommodate the economic elites as well x
      How are you? Is your book review blog up and running? If so, what’s the address?

      September 30, 2012 at 1:55 pm

      • Thanks Lowerarchy. 🙂 I’m basically an optimist but on bad days I despair of any system ever getting it ‘right’. And I place the blame squarely on humanity itself. We can only seem to sustain ‘good’ intentions for a short period. After that, apathy and self-centredness make us welcome the truly greedy and corrupt with open arms. -sigh-

        On a brighter note my new blog is up and running.

        http://novelsauthorsread.wordpress.com/

        It’s not a review blog though! It’s just a place where readers can find out what books their favourite authors read and love. At least that is the intent. Until more authors join up I can’t make any great claims. 🙂 If you know any authors who would be prepared to share their favourite books with readers, please point them at my blog!

        October 1, 2012 at 3:14 am

      • Hi mate – sorry I didn’t reply before. Somehow this comment got categorized as spam and I just noticed. Will check out your new site properly later x

        October 3, 2012 at 1:12 pm

      • lol – I’ve never been spam before. 😉

        October 4, 2012 at 12:24 am

      • Your comment mate, nothing personal – I’m a vegetarian so wouldn’t do that to anyone 🙂

        October 4, 2012 at 7:50 am

      • lmao – that wasn’t the spam I was thinking of but very funny nonetheless. :p

        October 4, 2012 at 1:46 pm

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