Author Topic: You lose interest in politics once you look at the big picture.  (Read 4718 times)

Offline Atlas

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Whoever can move the earth, its resources and its people before the next power does decides history. Whoever is stronger and has will has their say.

If you want something, it takes action to get it regardless of your morality.

People are not pawns. Any action you get off them comes from their self-interest whether it be to protect their lives or better themselves. They act on their own and you have to consider that when it comes to your desires.

I tend to let my desires go. You may reduce your sorrow if you do the same.
« Last Edit: August 02, 2012, 04:40:36 AM by Atlas »

Offline Gladamas

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Re: You lose interest in politics once you look at the big picture.
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2012, 06:34:40 AM »
The problem lies in defining 'History.' If you define 'History' as where people move to/from on the globe, then yes, whoever can move the most people writes it.

This definition of history may well be the most important, because all other forms of development (scientific, economic, political, etc.) define it.

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Re: You lose interest in politics once you look at the big picture.
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2012, 06:37:55 AM »
The problem lies in defining 'History.' If you define 'History' as where people move to/from on the globe, then yes, whoever can move the most people writes it.

This definition of history may well be the most important, because all other forms of development (scientific, economic, political, etc.) define it.
Development may occur but it may not be fully acknowledged due to higher powers. It may even be suppressed. For instance, J.P. Morgan cut the funding to Tesla's free energy project. Controlled history portrays arguably lesser innovators such as Edison higher than others.

History is not only about what happens but who lets people know what happens and what can happen.

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Re: You lose interest in politics once you look at the big picture.
« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2012, 06:43:51 AM »
Anyways, this is quickly losing its... clearness.

What I meant by "history" is just all human affairs and all things relevant to the human perspective.

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Re: You lose interest in politics once you look at the big picture.
« Reply #4 on: May 03, 2013, 05:21:05 AM »
Yes, it's all a rigged game isn't it?

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Re: You lose interest in politics once you look at the big picture.
« Reply #5 on: May 05, 2013, 03:45:41 PM »
The problem lies in defining 'History.' If you define 'History' as where people move to/from on the globe, then yes, whoever can move the most people writes it.

This definition of history may well be the most important, because all other forms of development (scientific, economic, political, etc.) define it.
Development may occur but it may not be fully acknowledged due to higher powers. It may even be suppressed. For instance, J.P. Morgan cut the funding to Tesla's free energy project. Controlled history portrays arguably lesser innovators such as Edison higher than others.

History is not only about what happens but who lets people know what happens and what can happen.

Morgan cut funding to Tesla because Tesla would not use radio patents noat because he wanted to shut him down.  Tesla wanted to send free power to the planet and Morgan wanted instant communication.

Marconi stepped in, pirated Tesla's patents and most people beleive that Marconi invented radio.

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Re: You lose interest in politics once you look at the big picture.
« Reply #6 on: December 17, 2015, 04:40:05 PM »
The problem lies in defining 'History.' If you define 'History' as where people move to/from on the globe, then yes, whoever can move the most people writes it.

This definition of history may well be the most important, because all other forms of development (scientific, economic, political, etc.) define it.
Development may occur but it may not be fully acknowledged due to higher powers. It may even be suppressed. For instance, J.P. Morgan cut the funding to Tesla's free energy project. Controlled history portrays arguably lesser innovators such as Edison higher than others.

History is not only about what happens but who lets people know what happens and what can happen.

Morgan cut funding to Tesla because Tesla would not use radio patents noat because he wanted to shut him down.  Tesla wanted to send free power to the planet and Morgan wanted instant communication.

Marconi stepped in, pirated Tesla's patents and most people beleive that Marconi invented radio.

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