Please refrain me from sending you a question on Twitter. It becomes public domain, and an electronic record as to who communicates with whom.
Questions unanswered beget attention, to whom it is addressed. Datum starts there, and careful sieving creates stories after stories. You know how the imaginative mind starts toying with ideas. Seriously, how difficult is it to run a country, or to churn butter from milk? Engineering may be about bolts and nuts, but when it comes to the Art of Peace, it just requires a human-proof idea.
Golems will never understand what bit them – they are void of moral sensitivity.
There was once a dreamer who was stifled with the reverie. After creating all that he could muster to create more dreams decided to, erase every indication that gave hope to a billion or two.
It is so much easier to wage war.
This is the nature of the common man, and his dreams.
It rarely lasts.
To build is to destroy. To create something that lasts, takes a clearer, and still mind. Its easier to build, and then destroy. To make it impressive create a story that will garner pathos. With the Internet, the backyard is no longer an option. The backyard has become, unfortunately too overpopulated, especially when it becomes viral and everyone who discovered the modus operandi can replicate the same dream.
In a country where the competitive edge is next to null it is best to be careful who manages it – a cabinet of useless ministers is still a cabinet of useless ministers. Unless useless means anything other than incompetent, wouldn’t it best to downsize? How many ministers does a cabinet have to have to mismanage public funds or to call forth international investments? Politicians need to work in tandem with The Master plan – the one that has been approved by the Puppet Master. No, not Obama. You know whom I’m referring to when you read this. In the case of having five yearly master plans that are disclosed to the public is not a brilliant stratagem unless it is not the one being followed but hyped by the media.
Don’t we all love the media for that. The media in today’s society has become the fetch-boys for government relations, and some trivial pursuits. People are exposed to sensationalism and scandals. How decadently delicious. Meanwhile the media that gets the best angle, sells better unless its the preferred vehicle for agencies to exploit.
Malaysia’s Head, or the Prime Minister needs to get a grip of the quandaries besetting the country. Dissect it into say four, and then re-dissect to another say … five, and pick the sauciest first to work with. Twenty years ahead of in-time is not that far off into a probable success, besides who wants to be known as the Head who failed? Besides the Dutch namesake. Next!
To create something out of nothing, for one … or two, paves for radical and critical thinking. Critical thinking is proscribed in contemporary societies because it spurs restlessness. One must be an adroit alchemist or fencer to be able to create in a global arena. And one never offers the pizza sauce recipe for free. This is how the mundane works. It’s called intellectual property. And then there’s technology transfer and licensing.
Its easier to build and then destroy. Let’s all wage war — this way, there’ll just be those left that can easily be mind-manipulated, and why not? Sophisticated golems can read and understand instruction manuals but that’s about it. We still have these to content with for the next dream.
Now how difficult is it to wage an unseen war? Its similar to managing a seemingly problematic country. Its not really difficult. One needs to blueprint a plan. A human-proof masterplan.
Let’s see … O for Faust’s sake, I’m not going to print it here. You’d have to call and set an offshore meeting. Japan would have been ideal but it is now zoned out and activated. New Zealand perhaps? The mountains there do not eavesdrop.