day our microbic hearts will conquer
the enormous amoebas of
While I was in
Paris doing missionary
work with a
group of youth, I from my Kindle by night read a small book by Daniel
Cohn-Bendit: "Should we Eradicate Political Parties?!" Cohn Bendit is a
libertarian, so he does not come under any party. Would he be in line
with my entry 135 "The political cancer"? At least he has succeeded in
a career which few men carry out successfully: Being be a Member of
Parliament in a system where all parties and lobbies engross all the
means of communication. He has only found an unknown publisher of
Montpellier (France), "Indigène", for his "Should we Eradicate
Political Parties?!" But he has found a publisher! I personally had
found no publisher, at all, among 47 of those with whom I had come into
contact to publish The Revelation of Arès.
The media are utterly
uninterested in our mission.
The disparity in exposition is titanic.
Cohn-Bendit shares ecological ideas. So his thinking, which he claims
is free, sees only a narrowed down part of human horizons. This tells
the difference between his political concept of freedom and the
absolute concept of freedom in The Revelation
of Arès (10/10). I consider the word ecological as woolly and
even corrupted like the word christian. The ecological produce of my penitence, considering what I mean by
ecology, is my soul regarded as
the image and likeness of God
within me. God… This just goes to show that the human horizons I can
see are so much large and complete (Rev of
Arès 17/7) that they are not nameable.
In them I first can see our fantastic spiritual potential, the soul. The soul
has been born out of a very small number, but is still
fœtal in the vast masses. The soul however
is the only trigger of upper human potentialities intellectual (mind) and physiological (flesh)
as well as spiritual (soul), which
raise good, love, happiness so much
higher than the ecological social law, but no one gives my soul the media to proclaim this to the
world, even in a penny-pinching way.
Before I read Cohn-Bendit's small book I had already intented to go
about inequalitty in exposition in my blog and remind the world that
there is much less inequality between the rich and the poor than
between those who have all means of being heard and those who are
I do not judge men, I judge the system, the big badly made grinder,
that has made men what they have turned into.
system, whether capitalist, socialist or ecologic, through numberless
speeches, books, articles and
theses weighs economy according
to the GDP, but the GDP is just interested in the priced market and
ignores humans. The GDP never works out the inequality in chances of
successful or the inequality in chances of entering into
dialog with society. Now, there is no economy without offer or demand,
without dialogs therefore. The only ecological difference between a
windmill offered to change energy generation and penitence offered
to change life (Rev of
Arès 30/11) is that the former is very costly and the
latter is altogether free, but both of them are generators, of energy
by one, of good
by the other one.
What's more, penitence
when it spreads will
result in economical effects far beyond all that economy professors
teach. It doesn't matter to us what Mr Hollande and
Mr Ayrault's "socialism of supply" or "competitive deflation"
(strange clichés), of which 9,998
Frenchmen out of 10,000 do not have the slightest idea? They are
leading us to more taxes and more poverty, while we Arès Pilgrims have
something else to put forward, somethings else, which doesn't cost a
penny, something more clever than the stupid system which has been
stifling us so far and they forbid us to use the wonderful means of
spreading ideas: Publishing, radio, television, etc. so that we cannot
suggest it to the world. We have nothing but the street to convey our
message, if that! When the police do not drive us off! Is this equality?
The "Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité" (Freedom, Equality, Fraternity) on
the French townhall facades are just wishful thinking. When just a tiny
part of a population is in control of media, think tanks, reseach
funds (None of CNRS researchers has rung my doorbell ever for 39
years), etc., we live in full inequality. Even the equality of our
election system is a fake: Just look at the pie chart of the
proportional distribution of votes and abstentions in the 2012
president election in my answer 130C83 and you can see
that our current government is based on no more than a quarter of the
Our role is first of all to change life (Rev
of Arès 30/11) through penitence
and then, when there are enough penitents,
change the world (28/7), that is, change
the system to start with and get rid of it subsequently in order to
live in a quite different society. This was the Gospel's plan in Jesus'
days and it is still our plan today. But
Jesus was not a politician. Cohn-Bendit,
even though he declares himself to be free, has entered politics. Can
we avoid entering it? If we can't avoid entering politics, to what
extent and how can we do so without going back on our faith? It's
impossible without "decolonizing our imagination", as Paul Ariès says,
because our Arès Pilgrims thinking is colonizined by the current
political manners, which do not fit in our faith. We have to devise a
new way of entering politics to alter the balance in power which
currently promotes the mighty and the media, so that we may enter into
free negociations with the world.
The system suppresses any public exposition of love of the neighbor,
all that can bring new empathy between man and his spiritual sources.
On Sunday, the system grants a television morning to the great
religions, if that! Only if they are respectful towards the system. How
can we show the Right Path to
mankind, if not in the street? I never stop thinking of the problem of
inequality or disparity, because we honest and qualified people have
been reduced to a sort of spiritual begging so far.
But we will conquer the inequality of exposition to expose the Word that will save mankind in a voice
that will beat the earth (Rév of Arès xLv/14).