What good is it to rebel
that is not even identified
What can we think of this podcast that tells us in its first episode we have to rebel, to come together and rebel? What does rebelling mean? We do have a cause, but what can we do? Take to the streets? And then what? Vote? And then what since the result will be the one imposed by the social media we know, and we do not even try to curb? And Facebook may be used by many tweeting actors but what they do then, these actors, is one million more important than whatever one million people in every city of ours could do: they dictate the result of elections. These social media have to be contained and quarantined. You can put as much water in the poison as you want, it will just expand the quantity of poison. It will not destroy the poison.
It is mostly like passing water into a bass to make it produce music. If you are numerous enough and if the bass is fluid-tight enough you may fill it up sometime soon, but all that protest is locked up into the bass and if it overflows on the sidewalks or in the gardens of their (of the people who have all power, wealth and the matrix of it all in their own hands) palaces they will send the police, national guard or army to clean it up, meaning to pick up, collect, gather these demonstrating bodies, and you would be nothing but object-bodies, and to put them in some kind of black-maria pick-up, collecting shielded school-bus or garbage collecting truck.
If you want to change things you have to change the angst of people into knowledge and not some kind of belief that is purely out of any logic because it is based on faith, but this knowledge has to be good enough to produce more knowledge in a sustainable and durable way. And knowledge means evidence, experimentation, checks and counter-checks, and if possible no fails, a lot of confrontation and speculation and the good enough moderator or moderators to enable something that will be the useful and effective truth for a while to be born, even if it hurts somewhere because the future is like a pregnancy, it does not come to life swimming in syrup and cream. The present novel coronavirus epidemic, and soon pandemic is here to remind us that any delivery in the cycle of giving life to the future is difficult, painful and it takes a whole village to deliver a child, it takes the whole humanity to deliver tomorrow’s life.
We have to get out of the tiger-cages we have been locked up in, but where is the key that our masters have thrown in the deepest ocean on some very distant and unreachable planet in some other galaxy? Where indeed? Let me suggest it is in our mind and heart if we can listen to the deepest enlightenment that may come from down there deep in our ever-changing essence, and yet it is not immune against any friendly-looking or reasonable-looking or common-sense-looking intrusion from the tweeting people.
SO, HERE IS WHAT I WROTE ON THE FIRST EPISODE OF THIS PODCAST
Dr Jacques COULARDEAU
MARCH 1, 2020 AT 10:55 AM
Good idea but what’s the impact? Who is listening? If Novel Coronavirus takes over, it might become the only ^possibility to be connected to the outside world apart from traditional media if they are not impacted by the pandemic coming up. Trump is a detail in history, and we have to widen the vista and the vision to see beyond, and unluckily no one sees beyond. Europe and Japan are not what is beyond because they are the new fields of this taking over of all “democratic” societies by trapping their democracies into a tiger-cage as the French did with the Viet-Minhs during the Indochina war. We are being locked up in this cage which is mental more than anything, and those who rebel against it are most of them proposing us another cage as tight as a yellow vest, a yellow straight jacket, or a red armor that only lets our arms move to hit policemen. And on the black side of the rainbow, on the extreme right, it is even worse, with Hitler and Mussolini laughing in their tombs, if they have one.