Monday, September 30, 2013

Secrecy is Outdated...

By Frank Waszut
Many people feel that the world might be coming to an end. The Mayans predicted that 2012 as the end of the world as we know it and honestly it was. I see it as the end of a world consumed by the concept of secrecy which has been flaw of civilized society since its inception. Secret societies having plagued our people since for as long as human society has existed. It is what has inhibited our growth and made us feel that our progress must come at the cost of our personal and intellectual freedom. This system of secret societies for the longest time have put up fronts of being enlightened or having forbidden knowledge that one must corrupt their morals to gain. They would have you believe that morality is an illusion. However everything in our reality is an illusion so how does morality become something trivial by comparison?

In the years leading up to 2012 these secret societies had an advantage over the rest of humanity that yearned for a free and open society in the form of the flow of information being regulated by primitive communications. Then the internet came around and those that understood it realized that the world become much smaller and sovereignty now took on a global meaning. Nation and state became nothing more than labels instead of something that we identified on a human level. Humans now had the ability to be human in the sense that it had evolved to be. This signaled to beginning of the end of secrecy. Something that John F. Kennedy acknowledged as being repugnant.

This is why the representatives of these secret societies, i.e. government officials, have been taking such drastic measures and honestly losing their minds as they try to control something they could not foresee as becoming as powerful as it has become. The internet gives everyone a voice whether its a high ranking politician or some 16 year old on computer in study hall. Some say that this makes the world democratic but I disagree because democracy is flawed in the fact that it eventually decays into tyranny like our society appears to be doing.

However tyranny does not last forever and tyrants eventually imprison themselves as result of their actions. This train of doctrine had a beginning and it will have an end. I think we are in the age of witnessing that end as humans no longer need government in order to act in a responsible fashion. The sharing of ideas is no longer regulated. There is no more red tape and like any tyrant they refuse to allow their antiquated trains of thought to die peacefully with whatever dignity it has left. This can be the beginning of a new age of peace. One based on truth and not lies which is something humanity has never tried before. Truths will come out that will be hard to swallow but we must accept them without giving into malice so that we can evolve in a healthier direction as a society because if these tyrants are allowed to get the better of us then we will go down with them.

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