Category Archives: Politics

Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

February 4, 2015

Consent in the ‘Civilised World’

In the Western World consent stops at a certain level.(1) For example, a person is unable to consent to being murdered, assault causing bodily harm and grievous bodily harm.

What does this mean?

It means that the rule of law is made so that people in society live by certain rules and if one steps outside these rules, according to public policy, it is unacceptable and a reasonable punishment in-cues. 

Does Sharia Law exceed these boundaries?(2) I argue that it does.

When a person is not allowed to leave a religion, or be beaten or flogged to death for seeming moral or minor offences then we need to look carefully at this.

Sharia Law, therefore, in the Western World cannot be submitted to, or followed, as it would be likely that we could not consent to the offences in which it subscribes to.

Instead, Sharia Law itself should be outlawed as it infringes on the free agency and rights of the soul. It is an abomination.

On the other hand, the Islamic religion should be embraced from a moderate perspective inwhich does not follow such a barbaric rule of savagery.

Anyone submitting or trying to lobby for Sharia Law should be immediately charged under new laws which could be made to protect society from this barbarity. 

1. Consent <http://sixthformlaw.info/01_modules/mod3a/3_50_non_fatal/05_assaults_defence_consent.htm&gt;
2. Sharia Law <http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharia_law&gt;

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Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

February 4, 2015

Political Opinions

The three things I notice about people, generally speaking across the gaffe of social media are:

1. All seem to be highly critical of the person, yet rarely have any comments to the agenda.

2. There seems to be much hatred.

3. No other solutions are offered, merely critique.

As I see it, this is resisting the experiences of life on many levels. As a practical way forward, this could adopted:

1. Focussing on principles, not personalities. We are all human an capable of making mistakes and even annoying others simply by our presence. If anything, we should first critique ourselves first, then, should we have some discernment, push ahead cautiously.

2. Avoid venting frustration and anger into others, as this anger, is merely a projection of our own weaknesses where we seek to justify our position, to the exclusion of self awareness and harmony.

3. Should one come from a position of responsibility and harmony, focus on principal. Try coming up with new, creative an exciting policies that can be lobbied to our representatives in both media and politics.

Enjoy, and good hunting!

Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

January 24, 2015

Australian Aboriginals

Both sides need a willingness for peace, until then its foolery to think, that, just because the White man in ‘over’ slaughtering 98% of their people, then it’s ‘all good’.

Both sides need to be perfectly willing to change their positions, until the, there will be conflict.

White man is ignorant of his cause because he is unwilling to see the effect he has caused in the lives of others.

Black man is unwilling to see the state of their of position as justified in being a victim, or effect, they are ignorant of the state of their victimness.

White man is unwilling also to see that in the destruction of the social system he then assumes responsibility for the new social chaos.

Both sides need a willingness on many many levels, so that in a generation or so, harmony and a new order of reintegration and harmony can be tolerated and respected.

Willing to be the unwillingness to be the effect,(1) is the start.

The same could be said about any human relationship be it on an individual level or on a country by country, collective level. Things change when we change, ourselves.

Footnotes

(1) Willing to be the unwilling is described in detail in the Logic in Sequence Series. John Ray. Another way to explain this is simply, that we are adding insult to injury by resisting an existing resistance. Therefore, we become unwilling to even consider the fact that we are unwilling to receive. The healing crisis reverses this process, by firstly being willing to realise that we perhaps are totally unwilling to even receive.

Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

January 22, 2015

Intervention

The cost of intervention is one in which all sides need to be at peace with, to end. It’s all well and good for the interventionists say, oh well let’s pull out of the Middle East, there were so many mistakes, but it’s fine now.

This is stupidity at its peak, as, it shows no discernment of the opposing parties viewpoint. Have we considered if it is ok for them?

Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

January 12, 2015

Intervention and it’s Consequences

The law of nature and ethics in human relations tells us, inviolate, that every action in the universe has it’s equal and simultaneous, and sequential, reaction.

Each empire that has sort to enslave another nation has eventually suffered the fate of having the enslaved rise up to slay it’s masters. France has had a long history on enslavement of other nations, and it’s own neighbours. 

The reality is that as the enslaved gain their freedoms, so then does the control start to shift from the masters control of their own nation. Great examples are both France and England where they have seen nearly all of their empire crumble to ash, and the subsequent influx of immigrants to then start the reverse takeover.

The recent attacks in Paris are an abomination, and all efforts should be maintained that people of all countries and nations are protected.  

The not so obvious conclusion out of this, also, is to simultaneously look for the root causation. This does not to appear to have happened. This, is a mistake.

By looking for the causation we can find out why things are occurring, make changes, and then the reoccurring wheel will slowly grind to a halt.

The critical question(s) that needs to be answered in order to arrive at the causative answer is:

In each and every transaction with people and or other countries of; economic, militarily, socially, or otherwise, how have both parties benefited? Are both parties EQUALLY benefiting? Is there an equal interchange of energy occurring where both parties are perfectly willing to exchange sides.

If there is and EQUAL INTERCHANGE then happiness will prosper for both sides of the equation.

If not, then imbalance will occur, and inevitably the universe will then need to correct this imbalance. The imbalance in some cases will cause tension and large amounts of violence as people seek to maintain the balance.

Has France tried to achieve this in her aims currently? One could argue on the most part, yes, and this would be true. 

The point, is, that all people and all countries should be asking their questions about each and every transaction, all the time as an ongoing maxim. Then and only then will be have ongoing happiness as each person is happy and perfectly willing to exchange sides.

Look for the causation, whilst taking simultaneous action to defend and protect oneself, and, make sure our individual and collection actions are balanced.

Footnotes

1. See Esp: The World Crisis – It’s Explanation and Solution. Walter & Lao Russell. (1984) p 57-58.


		

Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

October 27, 2014

#OccupyCentral – Hong Kong

For the activists whom take a position of causal actions, knowing the effect is one with the cause, look know further than the work of Gene Sharp.

Gene advocates a position of freedom realization within ourselves, and thus, when achieved, the outer layers of non-freedom simply cease to exist, gradiently.

Rather than approaching things from a victim level and resisting the outer events of life Sharp’s work provides the platform for cultures around the world to gradiently release themselves from the shackles of oppression.

Footnotes:

  1. http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/30/world/asia/objects-hong-kong-protest
  2. Gene Sharp. www.aeinstein.org

Tags:

#china #hongkong #occupycentral

Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

October 12, 2014

We Need to Be Controlled

Jackie Chan, recently made the statement: ‘we Chinese need to be controlled. If we’re not being controlled, we’ll just do what we want.‘.(1)

This resistance pattern is something I believe is in the blood of most Asian people. Something which they feel deep in their beings.

Generally speaking, as referred to by Dr John Whitman Ray in Book Three of Logic in Sequence, particularly Chapter 29 there are four pathways of resistance we can follow. One of these pathways is the one pointed resistance to the effect where we have to be controlled, and through sheer force of will we choose with all our might that this is the case.

I believe Chan has uncovered the pattern that controls and dominates all Asian society in this doctrine of being controlled and the need to follow.

Whether this is Chan following state run mainland Chinese rhetoric or simply observing himself as a projection onto Taiwan or Hong Kong people is slightly unclear, but the former seems to be most likely, but is actually irrelevant. 

What matters, is people become aware and then transmute this pattern through the methodology described in the Logic in Sequence Series: Obverse, Receive, Re-create, Release,(2) and/or other similar methods of transmutation taught in other metaphysical theory.(3)

This pattern of being controlled, the need to follow, and to do so compulsively is what creates the regime that controls us. It is the outer manifestation our collective inner thinking.

The fact this pattern is coming into awareness is good, and the social activism taking place is Hong Kong is great as well. All that needs to happen is the willingness to be fully out of control and to be controlled, and the willingness to be the unwillingness to be the effect, as another example, and then, to recreate, take responsibility, and release this pattern.

Then we will see a permanent change in the thinking of those free thinking warriors determined to make changes and ultimately the freedoms will become reality for the people.

In summary, this rally and the series of previous rally’s against the controlling regime are good things. Just staying the course, whilst continually educating ourselves within how to release our resistances will change the external reality.

The outer must conform with the inner, as the outer is one with the inner essence as they exist simultaneously and sequentially, together. Once one’s attention is released from the outer condition it disappears back into he void.  

‘It is good to feel good about the good in one’s self; but it is bad to feel bad for the bad that should be destroyed’. – Bhagavad Gita, Verse 27(4)

Good Hunting!

Jeremy,
Paris, October, 2014.

(1) ‘Jackie Chan is no friend to Hong Kong’s protesters’. (10th October 2014). The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/10/10/jackie-chan-is-no-friend-to-hong-kongs-protesters/ Note: This article in no way supports Chan’s position in being controlled. Instead it steadfastly opposes any regime or person that seeks to control people, or support such an agenda. And, seeks to disseminate this information so the people can use it to free themselves and destroy any regime that seeks to control them, and to reinforce the democratic process. 

(2) See Esp: Observe, Receive, Recreate, Release. pg 81. Logic in Sequence, Book Two, The Healing Crisis. (1994) Ray, John, Whitman.

(3) The Flame of Attention. Krishnamurti, J. 

(4) pg 141. Verse 27. The Bhagavad Gita. (2001). Yogananda, Paramahansa.