Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Science-fiction or Truth?

I’m writing a science-fiction story about a secret underground cult-like intelligence organization that identifies and locates people who, the organization alleges, committed high crimes, misdemeanors and other suppressive acts against the Greater Good in their past lives for which they were never prosecuted (or persecuted), the details of which the presumed “guilty” party has no memory whatsoever. They are forced to “confess” to the crimes and be rehabilitated or else suffer exile from family, friends, school and career. No, wait a minute! There is such an organization actually in existence right now: it’s called the Church of Scientology.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

What is a Corpocrichy?

(pronunciation: cor-POK-ruh-kee or cor-POK-ruh-see)

This is a new word I made up to define and describe our form of government by combining these three words:

1. corporation
2. hypocrisy
3. oligarchy


(pronunciation: cor-POK-ruh-kee or cor-POK-ruh-see):

A form of governance wherein trade guilds (corporations) organize together with all the rights and duties of both individuals (people) and business (corporations) forming a union (i.e. government), to control a country by operating it as a private unregulated business, usually for corrupt and selfish purposes. 

CORPOCRICHY (cor-POK-ruh-kee/see) is distinct from “democracy” in that “democracy” is the rule of a majority through systems of elected public representatives. CORPOCRICHY (cor-POK-ruh-kee/see), on the other hand, is a type of “labor union” by reverse engineering. Elected by a majority of stockholders privately representing the self-interests of the global business community (not blue-collar laborers), this form of government maintains and provides all the “trappings” of democracy (i.e., free speech, free press, freedom of religion, free elections and a so-called constitutional rule of law suggesting a pretense of moral principles it doesn’t really possess). A CORPOCRICHY (cor-POK-ruh-kee/see) creates the impression of representation when, in actual fact, there is neither public debate nor representative democracy.