Sunday, August 18, 2013

the future of social networks

Eventually the consumers of social network technology will realize that government is never going to end hunger or war, and they will do it themselves. 

You read it here first:  Consumers will organize online anonymously and non-hierarchically to feed the hungry, end poverty, and end war in a manner far more effective than government ever could. 

This consumer-based social network will use the technology provided them to compete with/against government and win marketshare in the public service sector, as a consumer-created social service nonprofit.  Which happens to be nonhierarchical, holarchical, and thus organizationally anarchist...

Government is vested in the propagation of poverty and war, which is very out of touch to the modern marketplace.  The modern marketplace views poverty and war as boorish, patriarchal, and obsolete.  This means that the modern marketplace is looking to invest in a more holistic, win-win vision of global economics.  The anarchist consumer nonprofit will provide this vision, simply through the democratic process of allowing the best ideas to percolate through the core of the social network's distribution chain.

This is better than government, and better than business.  This is social(network)ism!

Social action networks are destined to exchange real-time information through worldwide webs, which will lead to the exchange of goods and services at optimal levels of ecological advantage. This isn't just consumerism, this is a cost-effective, highly leveraged social service. And as we know, ecological investment leads to economic dividends...

These same social action networks will 'feed the hungry, end poverty and end war' by promoting a platform of solutions built around the vision of gardening as the focus of public education.  This is a very simple thesis.  If it were too complicated to fit into a sound bite, it wouldn't work.  I'm serious.

Listen:  If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, but if you teach him how to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.  So why is it a boy can go to school for ten to twenty years without learning how to fish?  Or garden? 

If we grow up without learning how to grow our own food, build our own shelter, take care of ourselves and others, then we have no business calling ourselves educated.

This country was founded on principles of self-reliance, which turns out to detrimental to central authority.  Central authority demands a certain level of self-insufficiency, as it were.  Self-sufficiency needs no higher authority than itself. 

So thanks to the machinations of a very manipulative central authority (by which is meant government by which is meant the Illuminati/Babylonian banking bloodlines of the Federal Reserve) the great mainstays of American society, the can-do spirit and the get-er-done mentality has been replaced with dependency on the state. 

For a short time, anyway.  It turns out you can't eat money, and it doesn't keep you warm at night, either.  Regaining our self-sufficiency requires that we remember how to feed and shelter and clothe ourselves.  This is the economic revival we have been waiting for, it just comes at the expense of our leviathan, militaristic state.

And it is ushered in through the legalization of industrial hemp.  Otherwise known as ganja.

So.  by promoting gardening as the focus of public education while at the same time demanding debt forgiveness, the social action network holds our pernicious central authority at bay while incubating a culture which is sustainable, healthy, ecologically and economically sound.  And this creates a knowledge reservoir of ecologically-oriented survival skills that will, in time, become America's greatest export:  Innovation and wisdom.

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