Donna Black-cat: The peaceful ‘roadmap’ to stop the ‘Yellow Cake’ politics of global corporations buying politicians and legislation is to make ‘politics’ an unpaid voluntary public activity (17.05.2019)
The Albigensian Crusade and it’s Lateran Council IV 1215 which sought to retrospectively justify the unjustifiable, are widely acknowledged as the genesis of the Holocaust in World War Two.
... peace, justice & love for all really is possible with politics being an unpaid voluntary public activity...
In World War One, 5% of the casualties were civilians, which dramatically increased to 50% of the casualties being civilians in World War Two, when entire civilian populations were targeted by the increasing use of technology.
The targeting of entire civilian populations, which is what really happened using the pretext of Cathars, during the Albigensian Crusade, before the targeting of Sephardi in Inquisitions and Expulsion, has continued after World War Two too.
Australian politicians most recently benefited from the occupation of Iraq, because they have ‘avoided’ lawsuits over their selling ‘yellow cake’ to the British government who in turn ’monetised’ the ‘nuclear waste’ with ‘depleted uranium’ munitions that along with starvation, were used as ‘collective punishment’ of the civilian population.
The problem with the sale of ‘Yellow Cake’ is there hasn’t been any proper regulation or oversight of the nuclear industry more generally, which could easily be resolved by including voluntary civilian oversight of the nuclear industry too.
The peaceful way to stop the ‘Yellow Cake’ politics of global corporations buying politicians and legislation is to make administrative governance a voluntary unpaid public activity in the local, national and international spheres.
All civilian populations are more than capable of peacefully participating in politics as councillors and/or Members of Parliament, in an unpaid voluntary capacity. Millions of people all around the world, participate effectively in all sorts of unpaid public voluntary roles, including for example the serious business of jury service, every single day. The voluntary unpaid 'politics' would improve all administrative governance at the local and central, national and international levels, which is ‘over governed’ in every way anyway, by the ’politics’ of the ‘superior’ rights brigade.
A politician who is an unpaid volunteer isn't going to waste anyone's time with long and 'inefficient' meetings and 'superfluous' legislation, and so on.