Saturday, June 25, 2011

The constitution: having a strong Alliance with your Country, Parliament & Queen

Saturday, June 25, 2011 Category: Atheism Social Science Culture Religion

The constitution: having a strong Alliance with your Country, Parliament & Queen

Written by Matt Meurer .

Most of the post world war II children knew the constitution whether they had read it or not and that was because they had just lived it. The war had such an impression on their minds from the horrific things they had experienced, It was spoken at home through the language it was spoken in and that was mostly, The War. Those Perceptions, Values and Principals make the standards by which we accept our cultural ways in the way that we do. For example, One may have a different way of remembering how to tie a shoelace, or the way we brush teeth, one lace over the top or underneath and one brushing with a standard brush or an electric tooth brush. Either way it's different but very much to the way we think of the constitution and whether or not anyone really knows who's the boss of what at the top, it's not that important unless your chasing a job in the industry, or have a complaint for that department, most of the time.

Patriotism was the key to the unity of the Crown and because the Crown is based on religion, we accept it whether you yourself are religious or not. What if you don't believe in God you might ask? It wasn't religion that made a knowledge based structure of this event, it was the fact that age mostly allows us to grow with wisdom and the main points of the constitution became story which faded into the back ground. It always seemed strange to me, that America felt so strongly about their constitution and we just sort of sniggered about it, whilst at the same time, no one had realized that the next generation had been falling behind, the language had evolved and some were getting left behind.

Kids were growing up viewing patriotism as the means to be part of a gang. We had taken on Americas views whilst snickering at the Yanks for their educational needs. Non religious groups were already branching out because they saw the scourge of religious sub cultures taking control of the common folks lives and where the discrimination was inflicted onto mostly Aboriginal's, Gay's and non religious people by those who call themselves 'religious' people, with quite the dose of gender & child abuse. keeping everyone in control with the means of deciding on who to discriminate against, so the upper end of town could be above the law and reap the rewards. Those who were honest, were always appreciated because they had earned trust and created a means of social trust. Religion consider it one of the commandments, which are designed to tell us that 'we should do unto others' sort of thing but it's obvious that these things happened for a reason and no God or superior being was involved; because it is an instinct that will taken from the cognitive thought which we accumulated along the line of teachings and pursue the new avenues and boundary's to choose from. As the Shadow Prime Minister Tony Abbott, speaks of remembering what society is about and that the "angels" who do our work, should be the fabric of our future and our place by the Queen, it is obvious that those social norms of Christianity will continue. The ignorance which will continue in old fashion, stuck needle on an old fashioned turn table, is going to continue to divide the country and its people because the Queen is a silent partner of a religious order who is unable to evolve with her 'People'.

I don't have a problem with the Queen, as the reader can see, I do have a problem with the division by discrimination and the fact that it is dividing people apart, whilst the government's are too busy listening to their imaginary friend from their cognitive background and at the same time, thinking about the wonderful world they are creating, even when they are clearly not. Education is a great thing when used with cognition but to force an issue of non belief is impairing the societal values and ethics whilst attacking the 'individual' thought process and social structure's pitting one against the other on a black listing book, each member of the public can be identified with and creating great measures of confusion and hatred. Where grown men and women tell their children the most horrid lies about something that isn't true but with constant dogmatic chants of cognitive thought, the impression is stamped on the young brain forever and the psychological damage has begun and then have the audacity to tell their children "they wouldn't lie to them" and to "trust them". To think that a recent post by Neil Muirhead on Face Book and in regards to a census quoting Australia's overall population of being 70% mix of non religious and skeptical population, would actually dawn on the religious politicians, that this little charade has gotten old and the transparency is giving them a headache and that the Monarchy will soon be a yesterday part of society, just as it has been the case in another small part of the world and because the Monarchy was expressed by one person as a "King who thought he was God". Although they are different cultures to us, human nature still has a significant signature on the human thought process and when the values of humanity look for compassion and empathy, along with the right's of trusted responsibility, some deeper thought will not kick in and defy the vey issues your trying to promote.