Dr Seuss and the Who

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We focus on the topics and the controversies that bombard us every single day. The media delivers to us all the sides of every debate and we get to choose one or a hybrid of all opinions and facts to co-opt and embrace. They want us to focus on the what, where, when, and how of every controversy, but never on the “who”.
Every topic has an origin, it starts somewhere often with a single individual. In the game of ‘identity politics” YOU are not allowed to play, only the elitists are allowed. If you play, you are a white supremacist, a racist, a bigot and a homophobe. The schoolyard name calling has no end, and is their game of identity politics. You must get in the game and get it in before its too late, because information is disappearing.

The way we are programmed to look at the hot topics of the day is much like someone breaking into your vehicle and the what, where, when and how are explored in 10 different ways without even considering WHO actually is responsible for the break in.

Once you start identifying these people behind the topics and you learn the algorithm, you realize there is an entirely different layer to the debate that is largely unspoken except in certain very small circles. You will know when you find it because you will realize you can’t talk about it. You’ll find yourself in a rabbit hole with no exits. Its like a bad Dr Seuss story called “there is much truth in the who”.



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