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How a Spiritualist Wiccan shames prejudice
“I am a Wiccan of her majesty’s commonwealth. Do you have an issue with the english? Do you have an issue with the French?  The fact we have first nations siblings not related by blood? HOW DARE YOU!”BlacklivesMatter]
I am autistic and I want to learn and Progress. Email me at Ashtonderoy@gmail.com for any and all necessity education. 
Wiccan Family Business
This was after an American User-made it very clear I was not welcome in their shop for being First Nations related. After sending me a Reddit Strain with the title Slave Labour. “Excuse me?!” Do you think a Wiccan finds that flattering? I am a Traditionalist of the Wiccan Spiritualist faith with a British Heritage. I wanted to smack the bastard with the back of my hand for showing such belligerent hate. But I turned the other cheek and said I worked in Market Research and I would leak his username to the public.  I am competitive to a fault. thecontentpros on Fiverr

Why some men like right populism? How to lose a country. 7 steps from democracy to dictator

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How to lose a country

Imagine you are a man. Not a civilized man but a pseudo savage with no talent. You have no job. Yet somehow you feel better than immigrants that land in Canada. My parents often say “Everyone is entitled to their opinions.” My response, “A sharp tongue can cut your own throat.” If that is too crude you may want to try this wrestling quote by Jerry Lawler “Keep your words sweet because you may have to eat them later.” I am happy to say I am highly educated and can use deliberation to just confuse the crap out of right-wingers with no formal education. “If you come to my house and eat at my table you will be civil and treat people with the egalitarian respect they deserve!”  If you have called me “Fat boy” Or “Butt hurt Liberal” Make no mistake about the type of resentful, nasty and aggressive communicative person I am. I am not thrown off by this swine like behaviour.  “No Justice no peace!” , “No reality no sanity” & “No common sense, no respect.”

Here are 5 reasons why men probably like right-wing populism: 

  1. Daddy issues –  I am not afraid to say this but if you need a strong man .  You might actually be a little gay. I mean it, I think you need to go explore that! Go lay naked with a dominant man. Just don’t make it our problem. Dictators aren’t your dad. They are psychotic
  2. Unemployment- Sometimes when people don’t work for too long they get quite a bit dumber.
  3. They don’t really understand politics – If you use Politics to alienate yourself… Then you don’t get politics. I use politics to speak up. You are using politics to fulfil your manifest destiny.
  4. Dreams of dystopia – They see a perfect world with the leader. They can’t see their shortfalls. Again they aren’t really all that bright… When they get into politics? You could say based on their current existing lack of education and extremism a sign that this a delusional voter.  To quote a dumb populist “Money is just numbering on a screen.” Okay, why did you vote for the bigot though?
  5. No Morality – They may just be to total sociopaths.

Conclusion: How to lose a country the 7 Steps from Democracy to Dictatorship will lead to revolutionary thoughts on our checks & balances.  I give the book a solid 5/5. I have also read Dictatorship to Democracy. A change is coming and Dictators won’t be invited to attend it. Thank you for reading.

 

A better reference for Political theory. Sources from Wikipedia and Google.

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I am competitive but I am not as alienated as I seem. As of recently, I have outed myself to the extent of being a Socialist, a Progressive, at times a Liberal and yet I admit to having some unshakeable Progressive Conservative values. I am not basing my culture off of nothing. If you need to know where a lot of my values stemmed from as an anti-fascist… Well, here you go! 😀  Click here for a wiki link

Not included in the theory… Non-voting culture … I think we should celebrate those who sit out from Democracy as peacekeepers. They let the idealists and the contentious battle it out & only vote when absolutely morally necessary. I think this is admirable to encourage peace, order and good governance. 

Well, I hope that clears up my thinking!

Announcement: I am so happy we have 30 regular readers averaging. I write for my own Democratic Socialist paper route in a way. 🙂 Thank you, guys.

Planning to write more of:

  • My Democratic experiment on Animal Crossing and what I based it on. Also, what was the purpose?
  • Corporate Communism (the consolidation of Business interests and political interests) and what Al Gore’s Book The Future can tell us about fighting it.

3 ways to avoid a stagnant Social Democracy

Ashton Deroy writes: I have been talking about Cooperatives. A Business model I seriously admire and one that I believe can truly reduce poverty. It wouldn’t be completely honest though if I didn’t talk about the pitfalls for a Socially democratic collective. The truth is I have some negative experiences for the model of Social Democracy that I stand up for so much.

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Let’s go back to 2018 when I was removed from Seneca Pride. I won’t even be denied that I deserved it. Despite the fact, it was clear to many observers that the “Mean Girls” had taken over the Pride group. What did I learn from this experience though?

Well, I have 3 ways to get past deadlocks in Social Democracy:

  • Hold Procedural votes – We all liked the idea of hold Social democratic votes over Facebook in our Seneca Pride group. There may have been student government regulations that prevented this process. I was also in favor of raised hand voting from within the group. Just as long as we got the votes done. Which is the case of Seneca Pride… We did not. It is worth noting the real reason I took Politics at Seneca College as a General Education course was to better manage the Social Democracy happening from within this group. The key to procedural votes 1. Setting firm dates. 2. Setting a firm process.  3. Allowing members to abstain by choice or not showing up.
  • Allow authoritative decision making – Not everything can be decided by vote. Sometimes you have to trust an authority on the subject matter. Sometimes choices aren’t democratic. Sometimes decisions should be made by Utilitarian principles, expertise, or other moral principles. I often discouraged anti-police sentiment from within Seneca Pride. This was because I felt morally obligated to ensure the health & safety of Seneca Pride members. Many of whom were going to seek permanent residence within Canada. I believe it would be easier for them to integrate permanently as comrades if they were to buy into the Commonwealth phrase of “Peace, Order and Good Government.” . I was also adamant that OPP from within Toronto only be blamed for actions committed by them. Not action committed by American authorities. Despite the fact, Black Lives Matters had an agenda of promoting a borderless approach to civil rights issues from within our group. Despite our opposition, this would be a group I grew to admire for their grassroots civil rights movement.
  • Don’t be afraid of hurting feelings – Even in a democracy, we can not reach a Utopia of everyone being happy. I like to say Even Soviet Russia had Conservatives. Referring to farmers who protected Private Property in agriculture-related to the New Economic Plan of Lenin. Sometimes the practical decisions can leave people feeling a bit disenchanted.

“The time at our disposal is limited…. The material means of achieving ends are limited. We have been turned out of Paradise….” Lionel Robbins. I feel like that quote is the perfect note to end in when we talk about Social Democracy. Whether we like it or not we have to be practical in our approach to a more modern collective. Well and isn’t that just a bummer?

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