- Control of power requires its sharing.
- Controlled power is adequately shared. (democracy)
- Uncontrolled power is inadequately shared. (elected oligarchy)
- Controlled power is democracy.
- #g7780 is adequately shared democracy.
#c535+1 is inadequate unshared elected oligarchy.
- Powerholicism is 535+1 systemic.
- Sharing is caring.
- Powerholics never share power.
- Powerholics are never in control.
- Powerholics are in complete denial of their powerholicism.
- Powerholics are powerless over their condition and incompetence.
- Powerholics are convinced of their worthiness and ability.
- Powerholics are both unworthy and incompetent.
- Only the powerful are worthy of power.
- Power is above law, equality, and democracy.
- Power must be possessed, increased, and preserved.
- Power is indestructible, unlimited, and possess able.
- Power should never be given up.
- Power should be increased at every opportunity.
- Powerholics perceive themselves as "in control" and therefore as the status quo.
- Powerholics always preserve the status quo to preserve their perceived power.
- Powerholics are, in fact, not in control, but are controlled by their perceived power.
- Powerholics can never let go of power.
- Redistribution of power is unthinkable.
- Shared power is weak and indecisive.
- Suffering of the under empowered is natural status-quo collateral damage to the unworthy.
- Is hidden, inward, and unconscious naked pursuit of political power.
- Pursues raw power leading to illogical political allies and outcomes.
- Consolidates power by bottlenecking. filibuster
- Uses electoral college to suppression the popular vote. electoral college US
- Creates election structures and administration to consolidate power. gerrymander
- Never reapportions government, allowing automatic power consolidation. Article the first
- Eliminates, reduces, and supresses competing political parties, down to two, and ultimately to one party.
- Believes worthy political action leads to re-election or more power.
- Uses complexity as first tool and argument for more power consolidation to the "worthy".
- Sees simplification as anti-status-quo, ridiculous, and illogical.
- Uses all forms of discrimination to preserve the power status-quo.
- The dollar is power. Get it. Possess it. Keep it. Control it. Then, make it scarce everywhere else.
- Debt, taxes, and spending are super primary issues, trumping most others.
- Unity preserves the dollar. 1860 "unity" cost 600k lives, liberties, and happiness.
- The dollar monetary status must be preserved, as it preserves existing perceived power.
- Pricing policy is always one-way-up to support a prevailing price status quo.
- Never print money. Always choose to limit supply to preserve dollars of large holdings.
- Never allow competing monetary systems.
- Always consolidate money systems where possible.
- Economic predators cause necessary collateral damages in a free market.
- Wealth privileges should never be limited by law or sentiments towards equality.
- Use war, economic turmoil, depression, or recession to obtain or increase power.
- Possess, preserve, concentrate, and increase that power.
- Exercise that power towards greater power consolidation and possession.
- Go to step 1 and restart the cycle.
- Powerholic must recognize consolidated power as false and unshared.
- Powerholic must let go of false and unshared power.
- Powerholic must reform to #g7780 generous power sharing.
Iron Law of Oligarchy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_law_of_oligarchy
Transparent Budget Writing and Presentation: http://middleamericareformparty.blogspot.com/2012/02/transparent-budget-writing-and.html
Abolish the fed. http://jrclifford.com/Jekyll.html
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