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PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

Posted by Victor Jasin on March 9, 2012 at 12:50 AM

PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: a pathological deviation from normal or efficient behavior; psychosis.

 

We don't allow it in our communities why are we allowing it on the world stage by the consensus of a FEW. Pre-emptive strike talk has made this out of control and unconditional support of such conditions makes me not able to find compatability in thought and philosophy with such a stand/position. I respectfully want to make it known I am in FULL DISagreement with Israel's unconditional support and feel ALL sides must find mechanisms/process to de-escalate and retreat to act rationally again.

 

I suggest....a petition for a referendum on the issues and as such initially a petition for an immediate moritorium on all militry actions and planning and for us all to come to some less lethal status. We are playing with WMD's and I didn't authorise their use did you? Who makes such decisions on our behalf and what are THIER interests and motivations???? PETITIONS and REFERENDUM are simple and legal processes, getting behind them in numbers not so simple. There is an official page at the Whitehouse site for OFFICIALLY registering a petition. This IS doable, no need for process through a represenational system with mixed views and motivations. There is no time for dispute and contradiction while WMD are used, considered or even armed/available as the GLOBE will pay the consequences and I feel it very arrogant of a few to feel they speak for all of humanity. This can be and must be stopped.

 

https://wwws.whitehouse.gov/petitions#!/petition/create

 

ANY issue/policy/choices before Congress and Senate can be fast tracked/bypassed with a petition and supporting referendum on the choices to overturn or modify, regardless of how it sits now in politics and processes in place. To move we HAVE the process just no one seems to know how much power we HAVE right NOW and without any revolutions or civil wars, but by exercising our DIRECT democratic right which is TRUE democracy imo.

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2 Comments

Reply Lorraine Luntsford
7:27 PM on July 1, 2012 
I sign petitions all the time for many many things.. from the personal right on up to the global level. I've never written one myself (at least not yet, anything's possible), but if you present me one you may have my signature!

What we supposedly have in this country is representative-democracy. It doesn't work. once you vote someone into an office it's a matter of trusting that he or she will uphold what YOU would do morally and ethically. what I personally think we need is a direct-democracy. Where the people should have the say in the legislation proposals. However that would be really hard considering these bills and such are long and obscurely worded and full of jargon. And most people who do vote already, in elections, vote blindly. Especially those who align themselves with political parties. You'd think they're a sports team! Or they will vote based on the candidates personal ideals, or religion. A direct-democracy requires all the people to decide what's best for their communities and their country. That would require for people to really focus on the issues and not take for granted that their party's candidate will make the best decision for all. So many people just don't question.
Reply Mr Jones
9:09 PM on September 18, 2012 
With technology as it is, there's NO reason we can't have a 'direct democracy' as Lorraine mentioned.
Heck, we can vote on our favorite 'Idol' 100 different ways, certainly we can cast a vote for/against an issue. It would even be easy to educate people on the issues they're voting for/against. Hyperlinks, wikis...the info would be transparent, so there'd be no shortage of eyes to read the stuff, or brains to dissect it. Democracy 2.0

Interest and cooperation, that's what we're short on. Most people just don't care. They aren't hungry or poor enough...yet.
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