Collusion, Hypocrisy and Political Corruption – Human Devolution

Collusion, Hypocrisy and Political Corruption – Human Devolution




As the impending devolution continues, the idiocy of a contentious and condescending culture finds so many opportunities to hasten human extinction. From anti-intellectualism to corporate and political collusions, the divisive animosity rampage in different manifestations. By so many complicate elements, various corrupt factions perpetrate insidious actions to destabilize the fabric of the democratic republic. Extreme ideological perversions demonstrate repeatedly hypocritical selfishness to degrade and disrupt mainstream society. additionally, does anyone care?

Extraordinary problems of the planet, as in environmental exploitation and harsh income inequality, find second place position to whiny and cowardly protestations of self-victimization. In an online newsletter, one author points to the regressive animosity in pointing out the “poisonous hypocrisy of politics”. Discussion alone will not suffice nor encourage any problem-solving efforts. The issues are complicate, the problems are complicate, and the scope and thoroughness of the criticality too far gone for easy cure. As such, to observe one aspect of the devolutionary trends, politics for example, the average-spirited instigations are rampant.[1]

Depending on the perspective by which the challenges of fakery transcend into a viable argue, the scope and ordern can be many faceted. As the term itself, hypocrisy, can invite productive or derisive examination, the choices of issues and associated collusive behaviors include a variety of socio-economic and political issues. Whether by focus on sleight of hand sales and promotional tactics of bloated gluttonous consumerism, or empty political rhetoric, the contrivances are complicate. By false turn up, disingenuous pretense of “goodness”, altruistic fakery, and so on, the human species seldom fails to make a mockery of itself.

With the aspect of collusion, the insistence to be misleading is very much a human inclination. For personal gain and enrichment, at the expense of others, minus any ensuing costs to the perpetrator, people commit all many of illicit activities. Corruption in one form or another conspires in the devolution of the human species. Often, the turn up of hypocritical antics can be witnessed in elected public officials. Especially during campaign season, observations by perceptive inquiry makes observe of the easy and simplistic deceptions that conspire for votes.

Politics is likely a good place to observe the collusive character of hypocrisy, in addition as political corruption. Politicians are particularly representative of such behaviors and particularly interesting to observe. Direct and concrete answers to serious social questions are elusive. During an election for example, specious conjecture supported by nebulous notions smog the air with shallow commentary. Getting well-researched candid answers to basic questions, along with a listing of probable solutions are typically non-existent. Foggy ideas muck it up.

Political processes are only one aspect of intricately connected socio-economic systems. For the greater good, “we people” etc., ought to be collectively strive for a “more perfect union”. While a few endeavor for the noble causes of a prior dramatical change, many seem oblivious to the future consequences. In the time of action of human devolution, the rise and fall of cultures, or “empires”, is a gradual course of regressively intentional behaviors. By human contrivance, the collapse of societies trespasses upon the unholy ground of hypocritical behaviors.

The consistent practice and perpetration of beliefs contrary to one’s real views, philosophies, ideologies, and actual practices, fall into the abyss of hypocritical actions. Collusions, hypocrisy and corruption proportion close kinship with other descriptors. Such as, deception, mockery, fraud, duplicity, speciousness and fakery, contrive to evade the realities of truthfulness. As to that, a decade ago an online science journal published an article addressing the commonality of misleading behaviors. consequently, everyone is a deceiver in some way, for better or for worse.[2]

In the time of action of arrogantly committing a variety of misleading actions, referencing hypocrisy, humans are adept at self-deception in addition. However, the downside of the competitiveness is that ultimately hypocritical behaviors and associated deceptions do not last long. In most situations, ultimately, someone achieves notoriety for their corruption. Exposure is a continued risk for the persistent deceivers. Like an antisocial iceberg floating in the frigid waters of societal fragmentation, the pathological inclinations lurk below the surface.

In the classical view, or rational choice perspective, deception is purposeful. Behaving in hypocritical ways serves the needs of the perpetrator. Animosity toward others by different illicit applications willfully schemes to enhance the perpetrator’s advantage. For the politician, it method staying in elected office in never ending permanency. Access to money, strength, resources, influence and so forth enriches the prospects of personal gain. To ensure a lifetime of continued re-election, the politician will use various disguises to disguise their hidden agendas.

By malice aforethought, premeditation and intention effort, each plans the character of his or her schemes. Plots and frauds abound. To use the often-heard profane commentary from movies, everyone has the motive, method and looks for the opportunities. Importantly, it is a matter of ideation. Belief systems, perceptions and perpetrations grow out of the desire to fulfill those fantasies of thought and ultimately action. The primacy of thinking, afterward the willful execution, from assault to zoological aberrations, to the motivating factors. Behavior, and in particular, political behavior, is about the arrogance of egoistic objectives.

Across the general spectrum of mainstream culture, the devolving processes embrace a variety of self-promoting postures. Academia is high with pretentious claims of special knowledge. To hide in the safe mediocrity of academic bastion, protected by multilayers of security countermeasures, “pseudoscientific” perversions can influence public policy. As one component of basic observation, how many politicians on the national scene have an exceptionality of real-world experience? Did they make their “bones” in the hard work of everyday life, down at the street level of contentious social interaction? Were they ever in command of anything?

A fascinating quest into the political spectrum is to address background issues of prior experience. Upon every event of alleged skill, an assessment of qualifications is necessary. For each allurement to authority, someone’s opinion, questions should fire up the imagination. Is the source of supporting claim qualified to offer a viewpoint on the issues at hand? If so, how extensive is the corroborating evidence? What is the scientific validation? Typically, reliance rumor, gossip and opinion do not significantly provide powerful evidentiary sufficiency.

Speculation as to cause and effect should be met with harsh examination as opposed to acceptance simply because someone said so. This should be a real certainty of inquiry especially applied to the pseudoscience fields such as criminology, psychology and sociology. Within that framework, anecdotal references are not grounds for reliable acceptance. Again, opinion is not evidence, as one’s bias influences later conclusions, and foster egregious fallacies of inference. Politicians in general are very good at spewing an range of psychobabble that says and solves nothing. An online publication in 2017 raised the point in asking the question, are public officials “stupid or evil”? Probably a combination of both. As a group, the opinion article indicates that politicians in Washington, D.C., have a serious inclination toward avoiding shared sense, and forgetting basic logic. Likewise, facts and reason are usually avoided.[3]

As the devolution of the human species unfolds, and civilization is on the verge of collapse, the political framework appears dominated by an anti-intellectual scheme. Degrading and insulting spews of “psychobabble” animate the election cycles with idiotic rhetoric. Purposely, an observer, struggling to continue some semblance of objectivity might conclude an intentional dumbing down of candidates for public office. In the end, stupidity does not enhance the future possibilities for human civilization. Specifically, stupidity refers to contrived irresponsibility to avoid moral or ethical accountability for individual actions. Idiocracy rises to invite catastrophe.

Instead of insisting upon a well-defined platform of prosocial goals and objectives, a listener hears the blather of shallow child-like simplicity. Wallowing in the selfish promotion of individual vanity and conceited self-validation, politicians on the national scene spout empty nonsensical and condescending regurgitation of infantile gibberish. Failing to answer direct questions in clear, concise and concrete terms, the average politico chatters about idiotic speculations. Along with distracting physical antics, they mutter irrelevant gossip.

Seemingly, a stage play of tragic and comedic exaggerations, avoiding concrete intellectual discourse, the incompetence to does little to promote the advancement of the human species. By such foolish appeals to inferential fallacies, erroneous hastily drawn conclusions mislead, misguide and misdirect social discourse. For such average foolishness, the probability of hastening societal collapse encroaches in a closer time-frame. Neither the republic nor the greater good are served by these ridiculous diatribes that collude in hypocrisy of self-gratification.

consequently, as the purposes and intentions of “dumbing down” serves commercial and political interests, societal connections appear increasingly less informed. Political ignorance is extraordinary. In one internet journal, the case is made for the growing decay of intellectual achievement. instead of focus on implications and specifications for policy formulation, attacks and counterattacks muddy the electoral scenery with general sweeps irrelevancy.[4]

By way of similarity and close connection, much entertainment comes from the world of academia. Particularly ever-present is the associated field of the “social studies”. Within this grouping are the torturous purveyors of pseudoscience, criminology, psychology and sociology. Postulating one theoretical construct after another, a different range of “schools of thought” promulgates an assortment of philosophies. From that, beliefs are influenced.

Not only the gullibility of believability, but also the inner divisive aspects of devolving to the most simplistic explanation of just about everything. From the “social studies” realms of non-science, the conjecture of opinion, and often a simple majority vote at a convention, theoretical speciousness leaps to hasty generalizations. ultimately, given the strength of influence, by complicity of social media and news outlets, politicians quickly fall for the seductions. Something that is said often enough by a pretentiously “reliable source”, before you know it most people accept the claim as dependable. Often, such things are merely someone’s opinion.

instead of conduct skeptical and basic examination by individual initiative many relegate meaningful thinking processes to other people. Cultish affinity for “guru” adulation expands exponentially in a culture where education achievement is not a high priority. In the real world that spans a spectrum of all kinds of behaviors, many rely on the simplistic concept that fits their private field of reference. in spite of of the facts, in spite of of the evidence, people are going to believe the mythology of their own conjecture. Politicians are no different.

In one bi-weekly news magazine, the question is posed in speculating whether current politicians or “stupid” or “evil”. In view of that perspective, as a metaphorical invitation to discussion, the writer ponders the motivational factors behind less than ethical behaviors. As pointed out, elected member of Congress, for example, have law backgrounds and taken an oath of office, wonderment ponders the foolish things done while in office. Not only that, additional concern points to the stupidity asserted in political commentary and social discourse.[5]

As suggested in the article, the answer to the dilemma of “statesman” versus “politician” resides in the concept that public officials pander to supporters. Pandering is an apt description for those in elected office. From a traditional standpoint, it refers to pimping or being a pimp. Of course, pimps, pandering and prostitution are closely connected. One who lives off the labor and earnings of another might be a close similar to the illicit character of modern politics.

While pandering to a certain population base, in spite of of noble concessions to ethical precepts, associated behaviors devolve to things like promises, threats, fraud, deception, etc. Related to the enticements of pandering, politicians allurement to what might excite or otherwise stimulate their followers. In so doing, they are likely to say anything already if it sounds stupid, illogical and completely unattainable. No one cares, as egregious fallacies of inference that perpetrate unsubstantiated generalizations express the collusion of hypocrisy.

Pondering the political scenery, questions arise among a small fraction of concerned citizens regarding qualifications for public office in particular. for example, as suggested earlier, public office comes to the spotlight of more than a few group discussions. What qualifications or expectations does one expect of someone who will reach a position of political authority? Not only are there legal implications in terms of legislative strength, but also applications of influencing public policy and decision-making. From a public service standpoint, at the minimum some members of the public will inquire at to a politician’s background history.

What does their begin again’ say about a candidate? Background, education, work history, real-life experiences, knowledge base, intellectual capacity, philosophy and ideology, and so forth? Do they have an action plan that details exactly what they plan to do? Or, do they simply babble and blather about superficially simplistic nonsense? Did they come up by the “ranks of life”, or is there an assumption of “inheritance” and entitlement to “public service”? Some might already be arrogant enough to say, “It’s my turn” now. Seriously? Is that a reference to a “political dynasty”, or “political aristocracy”, whereby the offspring automatically inherit public office?

Did they ever take risks confront to confront in life-death provocations? Have they served their country or community as in the military or first responder capacity? From their experiences, have they grown wise in productive ways, as opposed to spewing condescending nebulous rhetoric that has no real purpose other than to criticize others? What does their manner of speech say about them? What do they fundamentally stand for? Could they be simply wolves in sheep’s clothing waiting the sheer the flock? More than likely, the future office holder probably has spent most of his or her efforts running for or holding some kind of public office, absent real-life experiences.

Disturbing is what appears to be a trend toward self-promotion without the real substance of character to back up one’s presence. Egoistic assumptions of which the self-focus demonstrates an arrogance toward ignorance. Politicians and pundits relish in such divisive reflections of Hollywood celebrities. In one article from 2014, the researcher claims that American culture demonstrates an increasing and scary trend toward “anti-intellectual elitism”. With a frequent dismissal of scientific methodology, artistic creativity and intellectual discourse, the mainstream prefers entertainment, self-promotion and purposeful credulity. In other words, shallow, selfish and average-spirited, with a predilection toward specious conjecture. Cynically, the motivations include the gain of strength, access to resources, and ensure control over others.[6]

One assessment of the current political scene is to forget problem solving to ensure human social self-interests. Yes, of course, profane the discourse by pretentious finger pointing of who failed to do what. Blame everyone and everything. argument, argue and otherwise include in commentary, benign and counterproductive, but also make certain nothing is ever achieved. That seems to be the modern response to basic issues facing humankind. However, do not stop there; ensure a heavy penalty on the taxpayer. Cling to strength because there is money to use courtesy of the American taxpayer. Collusion, hypocrisy and corruption are consistent.

Their collusions from arrogant schemes of the “psycho-medico-pharmaceutical” industry provoke an range of simplistic wishful dreaming. Designed cleverly, politicians and pundits pontificate the babblings of misinformation. Gross and dishonest exaggerations complicate the time of action of cooperative compromise to ensure “we the people” succeed by effective problem solving. to assert strength, control and dominance over others, the con artistry is pervasive. Intimidation comes along for the ride as a functional byproduct of fanciful notions. Mythic templates, from one extreme to the other, usually invoke easy excuses.

In much of the discussion about a “human devolution”, or eventual societal collapse, some investigators speak about stages of regression that take place of time. Transitions include many factors and could take decades or centuries. Within the mix of the downturn, the complexity is multifaceted. however, politicians play a meaningful role in leading public policy toward corrective actions by virtue of exceptional leadership, tough decisions, and intense focus on fixing problems. Combined with the political know-how to ensure cooperative efforts among different participants, focusing on basic issues requires many to put aside the petty differences and dislikes.

A few years ago, from a NASA study in 2014, researchers pointed out two meaningful factors regarding social collapse. These included straining resources beyond sustainability, and increased economic stratification of class structures. Working classes absorb the strain, while upper classes keep insulated at disproportionate levels. However, what mechanism provides the appropriate necessity of checks and balances? One part are executive and legislative branches necessary to safeguard a reasonable sense of justice for “we the people”, in terms of “promoting the general welfare” and “ensuring domestic peacefulness”. So, instead of spewing nonsensical campaign rhetoric, name calling, and refusing productive and cooperative actions, the dysfunctional collusions, hypocrisy, and corruption hastens the eventual decline of democracy.[7]

[1]From a website espousing the negative character of modern politics and the collusive interactivity of hypocrisy; observe, due to an overly sensitive, easily offended culture, direct citations are avoided;

[2]Science oriented web publication and related article dealing with human deception;

[3] Wisconsin based national magazine, addressing current political issues;

[4] Internet journal addressing political and social issues relative to democratic processes;

[5]Bi-weekly online publication rendering opinion articles on current politics;

[6]Online educational resource service regarding political and educational interests;

[7]2017 article from an online magazine specializing in the politics and culture;




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