Ever wonder how our people got so many (k)nots? It's because most of us just don't want to confront so many control freaks, and there are a hell of a lot of them. They say not to do this, and not to do that, and most of us just nod our heads at all the nots, and wonder when these creeps will go away, but that's the problem. When you nod, you give license to these bastards and that's all they need to continue on pestering you.
We've got nots in our bureaucracy. They tell you what they think you ought, and ought not to do, leery at the notion that you've got a brain and might just use it. They're relaxed at the thought that we've never introduced the guillotine in this country, but for all the (k)nots in it, maybe we should have.
We've got nots in the military. They don't want us to puzzle out the solution that after five hundred years or so of manipulating, enslaving, robbing, cheating people out of their belongings, as well as their lives, maybe we ought to put a stop to that kind of behavior, and start putting away the notions of how to kill others better?
We've got nots in our industrial complexes. They work harder than anyone can imagine in selling us products they think we need; they never once entertain the idea that less might be best.
We've got nots in our banking system, hand-in-glove with those above, who try to convince all of us that you better have what the other fellow wants, if you want to stay ahead, and that staying ahead is the mark of your worth. It doesn't matter you can't afford to show off, so they lend you other people's money to do just that. This way if you can't rob a bank the way they do, they offer the opportunity to lessen you neighbor's buying power, so you can buy what you can't afford to buy.
Now I'm not saying we ought to reintroduce the idea of the guillotine in this country, or give more weight to the idea of assassinating some of these worthless bastards, but you must admit these are notions whose time has come.
Then we have the nots in our medical professions, who decry against using the kind of advancements that might harm other similar agencies. As one example, to them the idea of stem cells actually treating and curing ailments, so the need for extraordinary medical devices, along with tons of exorbitant drugs wouldn't be necessary is anathema.
Then, worse of all, are the religious nut-nots. Not many can see their trail...as it crosses into every facet of every niche, nook and cranny, but they're nothing but scum. They sell the idea of living after you've died, in some place, be it up or down or around, and to get in there you have to put money in this life into their piggy bank...in this life, to help the needy who are created by those above...in this life.
Now isn't that not the cruelest one of all? Of course it is. I'm glad you've agreed with my assessment of what not we should and shouldn't have.