Where, O Where, is the Door to Door Encyclopedia Salesman?
Print media is on life support. Encyclopedias, the anchor of information sources for decades, are no long sold door to door. Encyclopedia salesmen were so interesting to listen to. They always had wisdom at their beck and call. Even if you already had brand A, you wanted to find out what brand W had to offer. I used to devour encyclopedias, whenever I had a chance.
Information is updated so much faster these days. The only print media that does not go out of date is the Word of God and that is also available online. This is the digital age. We no longer have to hypothecate in conversation. We can check and verify what we say, before we say it, and so can our readers. Sure, differences of opinion are as diverse as ever. That is a good thing. God made is free moral agents; meaning we have to choose to be one way or another. That happen when first Eve, then Adam, ate of the tree of the knowledge of both good and evil.
Digital resources through an ever evolving plethora of never-ending inventions assure the demise of printed materials. The item traffic at the post office has declined so much so, the defined benefit plans employees depend upon are underfunded. The day may soon come when door to door mail delivery is no longer offered; going the way of the door to door encyclopedia salesman.
This New World Order business of the plutocratic elite, a proposal in ultimate plutocracy, an autocratic tyrannical order, will not last long, when it comes to pass. The duration is spelled out in infinite detail for all the wise to see. Yet most folks have decided against being wise. They substitute intellectualism for wisdom. Like the moth which flies into the flame of a candle; they know so much that just isn't so.
They claim global cooling is really global warming, knowing not that they have zero control over climate. This year, the Creator of this planet showed them proof. They are however, blind to wisdom because of their incessant intellectualism. If the Creator were to allow them to proceed much beyond where they are these days, they would form a committee to micromanage matters so small as the number of peas in a pod. It would be 5, not 4, 3, 6, 7 or 8. You would get life in prison for a pod of peas with 9. Will your defense be to blame it on the bees or will you once again blame Bush?
The paradox with these intellectuals is that they forgot that you already knew that "cooling is the absence of heat." The political hypsters, out to get more money from your wallet, trot out the shills with fancy degrees, who speak in obtuse technical terms; untruths by the bucketful. Their solution to hypothetical is always the same; more taxes. They succeed in convincing many who are well, that they are sick. Behind your back, they convince the sick they can be well but they need more taxes. Fifty years ago, I overheard my grandfather Fred complaining about the politicians selling tax increases for one reason or another.
What is their point? They don't really know. I have yet to get a coherent answer from a single one of these pseudo intellectuals. They seem to multiply like fleas in the early spring. Since they can't give answers based on wisdom, they craft non answers aplenty and assume you don't know how to spot a game of 3 card monte two blocks away.
If you can manage to secure a park bench seat in view of such a game in a big smelly city, you are fascinated with the people who wager on these games. Always, the winners are shills who are themselves 3 card monte tricksters. The shills inspire a constant line of fools. The naive person, duped by the Marxist Media, takes from his store of sustenance and trades something for nothing. After all, that intelligent looking teleprompter reader on the boob tube convinced how horrible it was that people were using their first amendment rights to warn of the 3 card monte scam. Damn the Tea Parties anyway, they say.
Of such is the game of governance today. It is akin to the snake oil salesman of old. The plutocrats mingle, merge and then vanish behind close doors to count their ill-gotten gains. Set up a table adjacent to the 3 card monte game offering instruction on how to avoid scams. There will be few takers. Few there be that are wise. They will likely call you that dirty loathsome term, a teabagger. There should be laws against teabaggers. The IRS should investigate them until they fold up their tables and quit in frustration.
The shame of it all is that no one needs to be a PhD to become wise. A 4th grader can become wise and some do. So let me ask these closing questions of you, my reader; are you wiser than a 5th grader; are you wiser than an intellectual?
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