Podcast: A Vision of Decentralization of Power, a Vision of Imagination
Solving the New World Order and Technocracy and Personal Fatigue
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In this podcast, I’m going to talk about a subject near and dear to my heart. Decentralization of power across the board---which for me took off in 1988, when I wrote AIDS INC., Scandal of the Century.
Ever since then, I’ve been on that track. One, it brings power back to the individual, where it belongs; and two, it’s how you deal with tyranny at the top.
I’ve written and spoken about those subjects recently; in the podcast I’m fleshing out a vision of what decentralization can look like in full bloom, and how it benefits you to find your own vision.
With that last piece, I realize I’m on thin ice, because most people see absolutely no reason to create a vision about anything. When you suggest it they shrug and walk away.
Why? Because they see no value in imagination.
One of the priceless qualities in this or any other universe---and people yawn.
One of my self-appointed jobs over the past 30 years is promoting and explaining and elevating the power of imagination.
Imagination underlies ALL efforts at decentralization.
Imagination provides the SOLUTION to passivity and fatigue and the endless search for adrenaline and inspiration.
So I’ll talk about imagination in the podcast. It’s probably my favorite subject.
If somebody said, “You have to speak about one thing for 20 hours straight,” I’d pick imagination. No contest.
I’ll do my level best to inspire, not bore you in this podcast.
Reality---the total sum of what we’re told exists---is actually one tiny corner of everything that could be. And what could be is what gives life its meaning.
You can take THAT to the bank. But I advise you to keep it at home.
And remember, if a person says he has no imagination, all he has to do is imagine he does.
Which makes imagination the most interesting thing in the world.
Join me in this podcast. Take a new ride.
-- Jon Rappoport