User Profile
of carlWorld


You have 302120 hits.

You are currently viewing archive for March 2012
Posted By KingCarl


 'The Crucial Fix'

I am not a Christian, Jew, or any other monotheist, but I do believe that a man named Jesus walked on this earth in antiquity.  I am a DuoTheist.  I call my "religious" beliefs Carlism, therefore, I am a Carlist.  Even though I believe that Jesus roamed this earth before, I also believe that the name of Jesus has been grossly misrepresented on many levels throughout history since his death.  I believe that Jesus was a "left-wing liberal" who set out to bring an end to conservative rule in his society because of the greed and waste of what he saw as "corporate capitalism" of his day.  Jesus upset the apple cart and he paid a price with his life, and the conservatives that ruled during his time felt the only way to "fix" the problem that they saw in Jesus, was to kill Jesus so he could no longer be of influence with his words.  For the conservatives back then, the crusifixion of Jesus was a crucial fix to what they saw as a problem.  I believe that Jesus threatened everything that the conservatives stood for as well as their grip on power during his time so they used him as an example.

Fast forward to now.  Many people do believe that we will see a return of Jesus to this earth at some point.  I personally do not believe we will see THE man that was named Jesus, but I do believe that the people of this earth will see a man that will represent a modern incarnation and embodiment of the man that was known as Jesus, only this time around he will have a different name and he will be here not as a god but as a representative of gods.  Think of this modern man as a 'velvet mouthpiece' for our Gods.  I believe that he will have a lot of answers to problems we have on this earth.  I do not think he will be able to walk on water, and while I accept the possiblity that he will be able to perform 'miracles', I doubt the tasks he can accomplish will be true miracles as we humans define them.

This earth inhabits many people that identify themselves as believers in Jesus Christ, but if and/or when he "returns" to this earth how many of those believers will truly "believe".  I believe that it will not be so clear cut as to He being Him.  My point is I believe that many who say they believe in Jesus will doubt what the man says when he appears and tells us that he is THE MAN sent here by Gods.  And I do believe that he will be here to bring change to humankind for the good of all humans.  That would make him a progressive individual.  And taking into consideration how broken of a society this earth is, he is going to need to spread his progress liberally.  One more thing that I believe concerning this matter is that I believe THE MAN sent here by our Gods is on this earth right now, yet to show his face to the people of this earth, yet to be recognized, yet to spread HIS WORDS.  His incarnation cannot come soon enough in this modern age.



Posted By KingCarl


'Circus Master for The Ignorant'

Words are an important strategy for political campaigns.  Words are chosen to give negative association with one side or the other.  Republicans are much more successful at this strategy than Democrats, at least they have been more successful for the past twenty-plus years.  Words like "liberal" and "progressive" are two examples and yet, the words are used as camouflage for the person or group using the words.  The Republican Party successfully used those two words while promoting George W. Bush as their best choice for America.  "Liberal" and "progressive" were two words that were used to conjure up negative feelings about "the other side", but the interesting thing is that George Troubleyou Bush was one of the most progressive presidents we have had in a long time.  He was progressive at bringing about two wars for the Conservatives and he was very progressive at spending the heck out of our taxpayer's dollars and nearly bankrupting our Country.  And he was progressive at being the most wasteful president in our modern age.  Too bad he made his progress so liberally.  Too bad his progress wasn't for the good of our Country.

The Republican's demonizing words only serves as camouflage for their own hypocrisy, but it has worked so well in the past because American voters so willfully choose ignorance when it comes to politics.  It is with amazement that we see this political party using this tactic once again in another campaign season with the hopes that enough American voters will be fooled by the hypocritical camouflage and vote for their party's candidates, allowing The Republican Party to once again inflict its' damages on our society.

Another word that is commonly used to demonize those that disagree is "socialism".  The conservatives have beaten that dead horse to a bloody pulp.  The health care law that was passed two years ago is the perfect example.  Conservatives and The Republican Party have called 'Obamacare' socialism, which only magnifies their ignorance.  If they really understood "socialism", they would know that 'Obamacare' is nothing at all a product of a socialist society.  'Obamacare' is absolutely, positively a healthcare system designed by corporate capitalists for a corporate capitalistic society.

The Republican Party is THE political party of Conservatism and THAT is the true evil dark force in the United States of America.  The only strategy that "The Dark Party" is confident in is one of fear-mongering, with lies and distortions, using words as camouflage for their own flawed, hypocritical, inferior ideology.  Two Thousand Twelve is the time for a real awakening, a revolution by way of the voting booth here in America. End Conservative Rule! With that, we the people can end the hypocritical use of words as camouflage in our political campaigns.  It would serve as a strong message that the voters have chosen intelligence, not ignorance, while in the voting booth.


Posted By KingCarl


 'Through the Burka'

Wow, what a mess we have in Afghanistan!  Every day that passes the situation seems to get worse and worse.  In recent weeks we have seen images of our U.S. soldiers urinating on the dead bodies of Afghan civilians, accidental burning of Quarans, and a savage massacre of more Afghan civilians, including women and children.  Each time that something like this happens, the Afghans are driven to retaliate with actions of revenge which bring about more death of our military personnel and NATO "peacekeepers".  And all of this is taking place in a land that time forgot.  Afghanistan is perhaps one of the most underdeveloped nations on this earth.  And it's not for lack of trying.  For the most part, Afghanis are a barbaric people, by choice.  The word conservative doesn't even begin to describe life in Afghanistan.  The women of Afghanistan are forced to live in fabric prisons, to remain uneducated so that the "men" maintain the force of power in an incredibly sad existence.  I do not believe that the people of Afghanistan place a very high value on life, which may be part of the problem.  The Afghanis are eager to protest and kill "the invaders" when a few Quarans are burned, but then are satisfied to accept $400.00 from the United States government as payment for each family member killed by our soldiers.  Such is life, at least in Afghanistan.

And then there is the issue of taxpayer dollars.  Here in America, we have an aging infrastructure and a less than ideal education system, but instead of spending our money here at home, our politicians choose to spend our money in a place like Afghanistan where it is not appreciated by a large majority of the population of that nation.  We can spend millions and millions of dollars constructing interstates to allow easier travel within Afghanistan, but that will not bring civility to the people.  And we can spend billions of dollars of our money in Afghanistan to give the people running water and electricity, but that will not change the mentality of the people.  The men will continue to be the dominate "rulers" and the women will continue to live, uneducated, in their fabric prisons.  Until that changes, nothing we Americans do will bring about positive societal change in the antiquated, barbaric land that we know as Afghanistan.  Afghanistan is a black hole here on earth that we dump our money into.  What a waste!!!  There is good reason that Afghanistan is known as The Empire Slayer.