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    Exclamation 10 Steps To Destroy A Local Community and 5 Steps To A Successful Community

    I found this article in Troy Southgate's Yahoo! group. Since not everyone's registered, I thought I'd reproduce it since it's a very interesting read.

    10 Steps To Destroy A Local Community
    Submitted by Alex Birch on Thu, 01/24/2008 - 22:42.



    Step 1: Tolerance

    The path to hell is always paved with good intentions. First you need to accept and love all people that want to live in your community. That includes your violent and stupid neighbour next door that currently has made the three frivolous women of the community pregnant and has produced 15 lovely children that harass people and cause trouble as a hobby. You accept them, because they work hard at the Capital Factory, where many citizens earn their living.

    Step 2: Equality

    A community that's divided doesn't work, so all children have to attend the same school. Since most children, even if coming from healthy and stable families, are easily influenced by other children, the destructive, emotionally unstable and stupid students begin to influence the smart and healthy students. Segregating the groups would be a no-no and upset the poor parents who believe their idiotic children are as nice and kind as any other. Bad behaviour is spreading.

    Step 3: Segregation

    Soon the community is struck by random violence, destruction of community property and fear of going out at night. The responsible parents have a hard time keeping up with what their children are doing and the politicians don't understand what's going on. All healthy families begin to move away from the areas where bad families have settled down. The community begins to segregate.

    Step 4: Altruism

    The local priest in town observes the declining unity among people and figures intolerance and hate must be the answer. He realizes the community has become bigoted and decides to increase the moral good by helping other people. Soon the politicians begin to accept the chronically poor, known drug addicts, heavy criminals and immigrants from Mexico and Africa into the community. The priest appears on the local paper as the rebirth of Jesus and the healthy families pat each other on the back, now all the intolerance and violence will disappear!

    Step 5: Cold Love

    But the decadence continues to grow, now spreading to most middle class families that see things degrade and figure there's not much to do. People lose faith in the community and start to care more about themselves. Besides, no one dares to tell the criminals to take a hike, drug addicts to drown in their own cocaine and the weird immigrants to move back home. That's racism! So, individualism and social atomization grows.

    Step 6: Big Brother

    Since the common culture that once held people together is breaking down and is mostly defended by the elder, the politicians decide they need to offer the citizens more police protection. They will have the right to bust your door in, lock you up in prison and tap your phone calls, but it's for your own safety, in case you're a criminal or critical of the altruism of the political leaders. Just in case.

    Step 7: I Hate The State

    Now that a large proportion of the community doesn't work but instead is destructive and a leech on the welfare system, social health care, public education and community activities are losing money, leading to worse services for all. Healthy kids don't get the education they need, the elderly have to wait five years before seeing the doctor and any cultural activities include either binge drinking or sex orgies in the church. People start fiddling with their taxes and regard the community as a parasite on their health and well being.

    Step 8: Buy Yourself An Identity

    When traditional culture disappears and immigrants continue to practice their own ideals, values and traditions, the citizens of the community no longer feel like they share something in common -- except money. They all work at the Capital Factory, which has been bought up by a rich oligarch from Russia. The oligarch realizes he can have illegal immigrants slaving for low wages in his business, so he bribes the politicians with cash and introduces a new word: "multicommunity" - all people from all cultures living happily together. The message is repeated every day on the local TV network. Many people call it "entertainment" and watch it to relax after work.

    Step 9: Jurassic Park

    As people grow more and more alienated and frustrated over a few people at the Capital Factory earning lots of money by filing documents and signing papers, resentment between the workers and the managers increases. Combined with ethnic conflicts, criminals running amok and perverts teaching children how to engage in sodomy, the citizens of the community become competitive and realize that they have to struggle just to stay alive. They all need money and food on the table; anything else is not important anymore. The industrial pollution of the river nearby continues unnoticed.

    Step 10: Overthrow

    The last and final step is a slow but devastating one. Now all the low-IQ idiots, criminals and deviants have outbred the healthy and intelligent segment of the community. A financial elite in China, where most of the factories have been moved to cut down on production costs, has bought up the politicians. With poisonous water and food, chaotic schools, dissolved culture, corrupt leaders and a hypocritical priest that recently converted to orthodox Communism, the once beautiful, quiet and healthy community is now a hell hole for idiots and parasites.

    50 years later, travellers from another community find a large area with trashed buildings, blow up dolls, voting tickets and old statues, wondering of the horrible fate that met this town. Then they shrug, walk back home and turn on their TVs to watch the Jay Leno Show on NBC. And so history repeats itself again...



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    So, just as out of interest, in which stage would you say your own community is in? I'd say mine is just about ripe to move on from step #3 to #4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Death and the Sun View Post
    So, just as out of interest, in which stage would you say your own community is in? I'd say mine is just about ripe to move on from step #3 to #4.
    I think it's safe to say that Greece has already been at step 10 since the mid90's...

    Now all the low-IQ idiots, criminals and deviants have outbred the healthy and intelligent segment of the community. A financial elite in China, where most of the factories have been moved to cut down on production costs, has bought up the politicians. With poisonous water and food, chaotic schools, dissolved culture, corrupt leaders and a hypocritical priest that recently converted to orthodox Communism, the once beautiful, quiet and healthy community is now a hell hole for idiots and parasites.
    ...and heading towards the dark unknown.

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    I say somewhere between 2 and 3, and sometimes 4. Some local churchgroups had alowed muslims the use of their churchgrounds for ramamadan prayers.

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    Most of Dublin is at No. 3. then the more impoverished areas will move straight to No. 5. No.4 won't be very keenly felt, the priests are more right-wing than anyone.

    In Dublin large areas of the inner city have been taken over by a foreign unskilled working-class, while other areas, usually the slightly more affluent, are largely free of non-nationals.

    Near where I have a flat in Dublin there is a Jewish nursing home. 100 years ago for several streets around it, it was mainly Jewish professional class families (weren't they all?) that lived there. Then, after the formation of the Irish free-state in 1921 and Ireland's exit form the British commonwealth in 1945, the Jews began to leave.Having had attached themselves to the English ascendancy class or ruling class in Ireland, when the English left the republic, as most of them did, the Jews lost a lot of their social status and began to drift away as well. More and more Irish families who had moved up along the social ladder (into the vacuum left by the departure of the English and the Jews) entered the area.

    Now, while the same houses still stand as they have for over a hundred years, they are mostly divided up into one and two room flats. This is a trend which began in the 70's and is now almost complete. Most of these flats are occupied by Muslims and blacks, this movement of people began about 20 years ago and accelerated markedly over the last 12 or so years and again, is almost complete as of the present time.

    I wouldn't like to be a Jew living in that area now. They've really watched their world in Dublin collapse over the last century and only about 2-3 thousand of them hold Irish citizenship currently.

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    I'd say in my case it's around step 7, repidly moving towards 8. We've already got Big Broher tapping our phones and peeping through our keyholes over here, not to mention aliens on welfare who sit their ass all day while the white man works to feed them and their brats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Death and the Sun View Post
    So, just as out of interest, in which stage would you say your own community is in? I'd say mine is just about ripe to move on from step #3 to #4.
    I think Finland is moving from 6 to 7.
    Neither assimilation nor integration will solve the problems. The only thing that would work from my point of view would be separation. And this separation should be done on a global level, not on a communal level. The western countries here, the islamic countries there. And a very tall border between the two worlds please.

    -- Valkyrie

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    Step 8 for definite.
    "The only way to get smarter is to play a smarter opponent."

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    5 Steps To A Successful Community

    Submitted by Alex Birch on Thu, 02/21/2008 - 18:27.

    We begin where we left off and now aim to describe how you can save a disintegrating community from self-destruction. No one can do this alone, but never forget that true change starts within the individual.

    Step 1: Rebuild Culture

    Modern communities disintegrate because they lack unity. The healthy foundation to unity is culture: a system of values, beliefs and historical traditions that express the heart of the community. This is where you start: what is special about your community? Which public activities are available? Anything that involves a group of people working together for non-profit goals that concern the community as a whole is worth considering.



    Do you have a folk band or other kinds of local musicians? Churches usually have choirs and need someone to help them expand. Sports are often popular, not just football but also activities like orienteering, bird watching, hiking, scout trips and fishing are good ways of getting people physically active and enjoying nature at the same time.

    Culture also involves activities like photography, painting, writing, study groups and library meetings. Here it's beneficial if you engage in something in which you know you have natural talents or abilities. Spreading local art and discussing important art helps to create an intellectual place for those who need it. Study groups can support and spread that knowledge to the average citizen, which is also what's most important here.

    Step 2: Get Recognition

    If you want to do more than simply be a part of a group, you need to create a good reputation so that other people recognize you as an honest, intelligent and creative citizen. This is done by partaking in or organizing public activities that serve the community as a whole. Trash-pickups can be very effective, especially if you manage to find a group of people to help you.

    Once a week you want to go out and collectively pick up trash that other people have thrown on the streets and in parks. Passers will take notice of what you do, and for every time you do it, there will always be those who stop and ask how they can help. Other ways to get recognition are to organize art exhibits, hold speeches at local conferences or study groups, or join any community activity that's covered by the press.

    Slowly you will notice that other people know who you are and they will see you as a positive force in the community; someone they believe has good intentions. This is the recognition you need to succeed with your activities and to proceed to the next step: leadership.

    Step 3: Leadership

    In order to exercise an influence on a community you need to be a part of or lead something that concerns all citizens. Politics is one such area; it's filthy, requires time and will not make you popular among all people. On the other hand, it's where all decisions are being made. If you decide to become a politician, start out by attending all public conferences and claim you represent the average citizen. Don't support any party or ideology; find realistic solutions and apply them as "common sense."



    When you've regularly attended these meetings, consider joining any party that is closest to the interests of the community at hand and defends a traditional, realistic view on things. In smaller communities it's entirely possible to form your own party and use your public recognition to enter the political arena. This will be a long process and should only be pursued if you're sure you're going to dwell in this area for a long period of time.

    Cultural activities officially sponsored by the community are fun and powerful areas to explore. These are often connected to local traditions and want to bring people together. If you're at the front of those activities, you will be credited in the press and people will look up to you. Non-profit activities are often easy to organize since they often seem to lack proper leadership. Build confidence, and then suggest that you can take on more and more responsibility. People will be happy to give it to you when you've proved you're reliable.

    Step 4: Take Control

    Now you're a recognized good citizen that believes in the community. People like what you're doing and are wondering what you're going to do next. If you've chosen politics, your job will be to defend, not your party as is commonly believed, but first and foremost your community, including your political opponents. In local communities, politicians often try to see things from a unified perspective and only hide behind politics when they feel insecure. Be a strong, powerful, self-secure voice that others listen to. Speak sanity and claim you represent "what's best for all in the long-term." Other parties will copy or steal your policies, although they'll never admit it. Take this as a compliment and part of your work.

    Regardless of what you do, a public person with power knows that power is maintained through consensus. Don't hide behind your social status; utilize it. Go out on the streets and talk to people - again, not as a politician, but as a citizen. Show that you care about them and their needs. Listen to what the healthy middle class people, especially families, have to say about things and take notes.

    If you're a cultural figure, find ways of reaching out to people. Make events as family-friendly as possible, fun enough for young people but concrete enough so that the elderly find it stimulating. Non-profit work like fighting criminality with so called "nightguards" is a perfect way of making the neighbourhoods safe again. Talk to the teenagers and show them how they can have fun without binge drinking and destroying property. Never lose sight of your public image: all segments of the community must find a way to identify themselves with you. Always be honest.

    Step 5: Overthrow



    At this point more or less all people should know who you are. What you're doing now doesn't matter much, as anything you will do will go public the next day - good and bad, of course. It's very important you never lose the interest or confidence of people. It's hard and takes time to build up a reputation, but it can be destroyed in just a matter of days. If you're a politician, your way to success will be to apply Corruptian ideas in an appealing form. All your policies should make sense to smart, healthy people. Radicalism doesn't work, but disguising radical ideas as soft pragmatism usually speaks to people as something interesting and new. Avoid all political drama, which is always plentiful in local communities.

    The more activities you can do at the same time, the better. Combining health/fitness/sports, politics, culture and some kind of environmentalism is excellent. Even small activities like counting birds, taking samples from rivers, documenting biodiversity and alarming the public of any environmental danger will make you an authority on green issues. This you apply to politics and anything else you work with. Note this: in a community you have a private life, but anything that concerns the public is never private. People like you are best if you always appear open and interested even when you're officially "off-duty." You will notice over time that people who seek power become powerful by talking to citizens and pretending to be the "average Joe." People like average Joes because they see themselves in them. You need to be that (smart) Joe.

    Lastly, all of this is a process and you participate in it with creativity, interest and ability. You involve yourself in activities that naturally suit you. The best local activism is one where you both grow as an individual together with other people and gain their confidence. With confidence you can do pretty much anything; the smaller the community is, the harder this is (especially if you're new), but once you're there, people will trust you whatever you decide to do. Never lose sight of your goal: to create unity among people, maintain a creative culture where people meet and have fun, protect the environment from profiteers and clean out all drama among the politicians. Be a sane, pragmatic voice and people will eventually listen to what you have to say.

    http://www.corrupt.org/articles/poli...sful_community

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