Just for the hell of it, and mainly because no-one else seems to want the position, I am appointing myself as Ruler of the Planet. Any objections ? :-)
(but please don't tell anyone - I have to remain anonymous!)
I mean, honestly... does anyone here REALLY think I could do a *worse* job than what is currently being done ?
It has been my experience that when a proper SYSTEM is constructed, everything else falls into place and seeing as we currently have NO system, things can only improve if we start building one.
Here's the plan:
What I need is a group of seven people to work with - each focusing on one of the seven aspects of this operation and each designated by a colour of the rainbow (ie Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet) and each in charge of a major subdivision (group) of the overall enterprise.
We will need a NING network (eg. www.planetarymanagement.ning.com - don't bother clicking on that
), which will cost $USD49.95 per month and which will be split between 56 members, thus costing us less than $1 per month each, to run - significantly less than the Bilderberg group is currently expending to achieve exactly the opposite of what we intend to do..(ie HELL on Earth)
This network will contain 56 groups in a 7x7 matrix - seven primary groups and seven subgroups of each primary group. This is in accord with the general configuration of the known universe and will please God (for a change).
The 7 primary group creators will be administrators and be in charge of designating the seven sub-group creators and from there, we can set about to sort out the mess that confronts us.
Sound good ?
C'mon, it could be a lot of fun and if we succeed, we will have Heaven on Earth and that can't be a bad thing.
Those of you who know me know that I'm not the type to get a swelled head about all this - it's just a job and one that needs doing.... and, let's face it, I can't do it alone...
I know what you're thinking - "This guy is an absolute LOONEY!" or "This project is just SO ridiculously ambitious and preposterous that it's too stupid for words!"
Well, I remind you of this:
Here's a wonderful true
story about physicist Niels Bohr and his fellow scientists.
When a new colleague of Bohr's delivered an important speech to a group of their peers at the forefront of science, the speaker was curious as to
how it was received by others in the scientific community.
“Do they think I’m crazy?“ The young scientist ask Bohr.
“We all agree that your idea is crazy.” Bohr told him. “What divides us is whether it is crazy enough.”
So are you crazy enough? The world is searching for the next goofy thought, hair-brained solution, and outrageous idea.
And this is mine.
So, who's with me ?
.... wOw those crickets outside are loud....