Non Hegelian Dielectic

Non Hegelian Dielectic

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when "change" becomes more of the same



Anarchists form a committee

to over throw the tyranny of 

committees ?

The proposition has no opposition,

you get what I'm saying?

There has to be an antithesis

to reach a higher level of truth.

There's, dullness, in this repetition

don't you think?

I'm just saying...lets try something new,

Something that makes a lot more sense.

There is no war if people walk away

But, people love to hate, they get high off tragedy

Such as it is...

© 2016 ...

Author's Note

Hegelian Dialectic formula is Thesis, antithesis, and synthesis...or you might know it as Pssyop/false our government uses it to "resolve" a problem that they actually created. The philosophy should and could be used for good

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wow a poem about hegel and this formula, you have captured the essence through using war and anarchy as an example. amazing is all i can use to describe your poem

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Posted 8 Months Ago

Righteous, true and very important write. I like the anarchy implicit in here. The only problem as I see it is that you are invoking logic and that would never do would it? He said ironically.

Posted 11 Months Ago

what a class !!
an awesome one.

Posted 1 Year Ago

This reminds me of the John Lennon and Yoko Ono quote, plastered on billboards throughout the world,
'What if they gave a War and no one came?''
Most of the efforts of the greatest of minds that were utilized to create works designated for the betterment of humankind have had their content subverted by evil power mongers to control, suppress, disparage and/or destroy all of their adversaries.
As a friend of mine, Duane Cartledge once stated of George Orwell's '1984', (which was intended as a scathing critique of the state of the Soviet Union (as it was in 1948 and its foul abuses of its citizens),
'What he (Orwell) did, was he left the b******s a f-ing blueprint!'
Inadvertent, but true. Maybe if Orwell's mind had been functioning not in the final stages of TB he might have gone about it differently... or then again perhaps not. That's the sad duality of it all.
'1984' is Hillary Clinton's favourite book, by the way. At least, we can be fairly sure, Trump hasn't read it. (Maybe he's had the study notes read out to him?) We can be certain though, his shadowy advisors most likely have every diabolical aspect of it committed to memory.
None of this is probably news tho, to anyone who understands what 'Hegelian Dialectic formula' is!
Thanks for your work and for sharing it.
Anyone prepared to commit their anti- authoritarian stance to the page and to public scrutiny in this day and age deserves every praise available. Let's hope we at least live to regret it!

Posted 1 Year Ago

But using it for good is not why the powers-that-be have so heavily invested in the psychology of the moments... life as we live it.

Posted 2 Years Ago


2 Years Ago

So true, Chris...
I love your visits, thank you for stopping by
Lets try something new - now there's a radical suggestion! Very few seem to know what's going on in this crazy world. We demonise 'them' and only manage to perpetuate the cycle of recrimination.
It's great to find someone tackling something so important - well done!
A wee bee in my bonnet - starting with 'so' seems to have insinuated its way into our 'speak' like the use of 'like' has in the last few years - there - I've had my rant! This doesn't detract in the slightest fromthis great piece.
Dare i suggest a look at my poem 'A tale of two cafes' .

Posted 2 Years Ago


2 Years Ago

haha not at all, and I enjoyed your robust excursion through my write :) thank you...
this is how it is today...society seems to thrive on drama, on tragedy, on killings, riots, wars...good news is no news...and we just have developed a taste for the sad...

and for nations...for bullies in the schoolyard, for politicians to fight...walking away is not an option, giving in is not an option...agreement is not an option...only turmoil...


Posted 2 Years Ago


2 Years Ago

It's insanity...
Thank you, Jacob, I couldn't agree more...
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you've hit many points, my friend... on how things seems on repeating... something old gets a new phase, but the core value is still the same... like old wounds becomes new scars... sigh... very insightful one, my friend.

Posted 2 Years Ago


2 Years Ago

Thank you so much, Pax :)
Two sides to this; first and horrific but for me, memorable: each war we've gone through is just a rehearsal for the final one, and - then what? A hole in the universe and a stinking festering mess graudally absorbing what Mankind was.

Secondly, we should all learn to live via civilised conscience rather than sadistic instinct. There's good and evil in every rank, creed and nation. Nobody wants to die, nobody wants to see his/her country burned to the ground, nobody wants to be ruled by greedy, heartless despots who play with Life.

We've all be indoctrinated, told that one should be proud of taking up arms. Dear God, are we born with guns in our hands? No wonder so many of the military and their families suffer post.war trauma. Seeing bodies fly into the air isn't fun, smelling burning flesh isn't like a happy

Of course we must try something new. Diplomacy has become a nothingness within politics, Money spent on weapons is sky high; each country's needs are being watered down to near dry streams. Of course, we should be eternally grateful to those in the military.. but i for one would prefer them and everyone else on this Earth walking free instead of lying in a lake of tears.

Forgive me, have vented rather than said how incredibly readable and wonderfully put is your work, lynn. Your words should open a flood-gate of response from those who believe that something could, should and must be done. Remember: civilised conscience not primal instincts.

Posted 2 Years Ago


2 Years Ago

Dear Emma, I am honored this struck a cord with you, vent all you wish. I couldn't agree more, dear .. read more

2 Years Ago

Forgive me, typed to much.. and yes.. vented over a subject that eats into me... (You)

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Added on March 15, 2016
Last Updated on March 16, 2016




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