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2/05/2008

The vanishing conscience

We have many learned men but something is missing. A civic consciousness, a conscience to say and do what is right for the ignorant masses. This quality seems very lacking as we see how our lives are being managed by the state. The state is now managing our lives and our money as if they belong to them. And not a whimper is heard. Where on earth can you find elected people's representatives arrogantly going about planning the people's lives and planning with the people's money as if the money belongs to them? And the people accepted that, that it is ok for the state to decide how much to set aside their savings, what they should spend on, what they cannot spend on, and when they can get it back. This principle of individual right and ownership is being threatened and challenged everyday. When your money is no longer your money. Oh, oh, maybe I am wrong. Everyone agrees that this is the norm, the right thing to do. That may explain the silence. Shit, sorry, I am wrong.

1 comment:

Matilah_Singapura said...

> The state is now managing our lives and our money as if they belong to them. And not a whimper is heard. <

I couldn't have put it better myself. The people get the government they deserve. Their silence means they approve of the way they are being governed and ruled over.

>Where on earth can you find elected people's representatives arrogantly going about planning the people's lives and planning with the people's money as if the money belongs to them? <

In EVERY ruled and governed society—in varying degrees—ever since man decided it was a good idea to be "ruled over". This myth has survived tens of thousands of years. The majority of people still believe that populations of individuals must be "governed" or "ruled"