"From the darkness, sleeping light." Formerly luminus dormiens. Lux pacis, light of peace.

Quote: "Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." --Bill Watterson, cartoonist, Calvin and Hobbes


My computer's been crazy crashing all week. Sorry for the lack of update. I think it's the weather in the Bay Area. Too hot makes my computer loopy.

Anyway, nothing's been happening in my life that is worthy of notes. I want to keep this blog short in case the computer crashes again.

Anarchy, the existence of no government, which is the definition I am using as the axiom to my reasoning, cannot exist. In a power vacuum, in which there is no singular power of government always will produce a leader of some kind. Unfortunately, those leaders help form or reinforce the ethnic division by blaming others not having the same qualities that they prize.

Democracy, the existence in which the government would represent the people, cannot be relied on too readily. After all, some people make a stupid decision about who to vote based on the looks and the charm of the candidates than the pledges and the records that the candidates have. And what democracy has ever been able to stop slavery in America? Only the undemocratic crushing by the Northern Union of the Confederate States. It is true that democracy helped elected Abraham Lincoln to presidency, but the war itself started because of the abolitionistic belief of the president, without which the Civil War would never have started and the freedom of the slaves established. And even then, Jim Crow started. Democracy is an institution that can be easily influenced, which may or may not be good. People are metamorphosing creatures that change their minds every day.

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