Life in Usurpia

After listening to Polly Higgins’ lies and innuendo about the condition of the world, an old thought came back to me. The world is full of people who thrive on others, thrive parasitically on other’s power or perceived lack of it. If you can’t stand satire, stop reading here.

It’s like they have found a method of getting away with a power scam. Usurping it where ever it is not enforced by it’s proper owners. Like needy little bums begging for the last piece of your ice cream.

-You know that’s fattening, right?
-If you say so.
-I can help you!
-I guess.
-Thank you!
Swoosh, and it’s gone!

-So you’re a polar bear, eh? Feeling powerful against human development?
-Growl
-I can use your power to help you (and myself)?
-Growl
-Thank you!
Swoosh, and it’s gone.

-So you go by the denomination of indigenous people, right?
-Huh?
-Are you powerfull against non indigenous people? (What kind of people are not indigenous to something, some place?)
-Won’t tell.
-I’ll use your power against the evil main stream metropolitans (like myself)!
-I guess.
-Thank you!
Swoosh, and it’s gone!

-Hah! I’m invincible! I have the moral high ground of indigenous people. I have the polar bear shield to protect me. I have the ice cream sword-stick to fight with! Ta-ta-ta-da! I am the only true ruler of the world. Everybody must obey me, for my benefit!

OK, say’s the stupid masses, the ones voting left in general elections. Regrettably also the people voting right, but still wrong.
-She’s got the indigenous high ground, the polar bear shield and the ice cream sword-stick. Those are the ultimate proofs of truth and power. We must yield and beg for mercy!

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