Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Importance of 24/7 Live Streaming for the Political Classes

In a nuclear age, with the threat of the survival of private citizens ever-increasing, we the people need to know who is running the world at every moment.  I submit that requiring politicians to live stream 24/7 is the most effective way to keep the political classes in check, assuming we do not abolish the state conception of life altogether.  We do not, after all, want some Hitler political figure growing into a monster somewhere off camera behind closed doors.  It is not the people who need cameras on them at work and up and down the freeway;  rather, it's the politicians who are in a position to take society off the rails and murder millions with their eccentricities loosed upon the world.

Yes, you will learn all kinds of fetishes and orientations about candidates, and that will be a determinant on how certain groups will support or refuse support for candidates.  I, for example, like my women hanging upside-down from the ceiling, buck naked with a smile on their face;-).  Some people will think that is cool;  others won't, but you need to know in today's world what you are getting in a political candidate.  And politicians who won't live stream 24/7 in the years ahead will become a conspicuous problem for the citizens to 'red flag' and throw out of the mix of viable political candidates.

I don't think personal hygiene issues in the restroom and shower need to be streamed from inside the room;  however, I do think leaving the google glasses, let's say, streaming outside the door while the politician is inside would be advantageous to the process, both as a candidate and while in office.  This provides we the people better 'moment's notice controls' over potential aggressions a leader might seek to impose against the people.

Gene Chapman,
Tolstoyan-Gandhian Libertarian Candidate for Texas Governor
[(Endorsed by Dr. Noam Chomsky, Intellectual of the Age) and Dr. Ravindra Kumar (World's Most Prominent Gandhian Intellectual)]