A peasant must stand a long time on a hillside with his mouth open before a roast duck flies in.—Chinese proverb
This Web site addresses the benefits to the American People (and subsequently to the world) that would result from the complete and total dismantling—in a respectful, formal, and timely manner—of the entire U.S. federal bureaucracy.
Change is a natural function of evolution—a “Spring cleaning.” Human beings are (at our stage of development) creatures of elaboration. Eventually it makes sense to do a thorough housekeeping and refine, or simply discard, that which we have been elaborating upon for hundreds of years. It is time for the U.S. federal bureaucracy to be “archived” and we can expect that it would be a much smoother process were we to do it ourselves rather than waiting for someone else to do the work for us. Let’s be practical here, folks.
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius—and a lot of courage—to move in the opposite direction.—Albert Einstein
Technologies now exist that were not even dreamed of when our country was founded. At that time, the federal government was a prudent and inspired creation, based upon the wisdom of some brilliant and honorable public servants. As creatures of elaboration we have slowly built ourselves a gigantic administrative edifice, but we have also been growing and learning as well and we have outgrown the need for the federal bureaucracy . . . and it costs us a lot of money.
Given the rapid, ongoing evolution of our species, there have been many changes since 1776 and even since the first half of the last century when much of the federal bureaucracy was constructed. We now have the tools to greatly simplify the government of the States: cell phones, the Internet, video conferencing, electronic transfers of assets, satellites, new forms of energy (solar, biodesiel fuel, etc.), “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.” We have even gained some wisdom. It is to everyone’s advantage that we graciously and rapidly dismantle the entire U.S. federal bureaucracy. All of it. Gone.
This is not “revolution,” this is evolution. It is time for some simple housekeeping, the cleaning up after a long party: a bit of vacuuming, straightening the furniture, emptying the trash, taking a day of rest, regrouping, and then focusing our attention on our responsibilities as members of the human species.
“Changes are afoot.”
The era of materialism and selfishness is inexorably drawing to a close. The form that that closure takes is up to our species, as a group—perhaps we could say that it is up to the human Spirit. It is a simple decision that actually requires little effort, but to achieve the results that we say we desire does require concise group action: creative, physical action; and it must be coherent, unified, group work, invoked on the plane of the mind.
The demonstration of our choice—the recommendation of “We the People” of the United States of America—to the rest of the world by making that choice and then demonstrating it here, at home in the U.S., is also a goal most worthy of consideration. Dismantling the entire U.S. federal bureaucracy is not the only way that this next stage of our evolution can be explored, but it is one of the most encompassing, gentle, loving, and rapid choices that we—as a group—can make to achieve the goals that we say we desire.
We got very close to making this inevitable change due to the consequences of the World War (1914-1945). Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “The Four Freedoms” and his work with Winston Churchill, “The Atlantic Pact,” were great strides taken by great men. We would be wise to remember these documents: We have not fulfilled their invocations.
It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere.—François Voltaire
But we’re not fools—we’re the American People. We’re not idiots, either. [A special “Thank you!” to Monty Python for making the distinction clear.] Why double our work load and our expenses? We no longer have the money to spend on the federal bureaucracy and we don’t need it anymore . . . and it costs us a lot of money.
The purpose of this Web site is to encourage the People of the U.S. to assist in the ongoing transformation of consciousness on this planet and to do what we can to ensure that this transformation takes place in as gentle, as loving, and as rapid a manner as possible. Only the People of this country—as a group—can make this patiently and lovingly recommended decision and then take the necessary steps to achieve what would be most significant, beneficial results.
“Time is of the essence.”
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