Not every dissident is a Galileo

Sometimes people fail not because their ideas are too good, but because they are clearly – to coin a phrase – swivel-eyed loons.

BUT the sorts of hierachical organisations that run things in the West, (and manage tolerably well between crises), are filters for obedience, viciousness, duplicity etc

It’s very unusual to find someone who has thrived/advanced without paying a price (and making others pay a price). Not impossible, but unusual…

It’s a truism, but you generally wont’ get the new thinking and doing happening from the centre.  The people who have been winning at the existing game have been neutered/self-neutered.  They (generally) can’t see that the games they are a-changin’…


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