Rethinking my approach to society


These ruins are the Temple of Nodens in Lydney in the UK, and is an inspiration for a new emerging philosophy I have to deal with the issues that matter to me in the world.  I will write more on this in future blog posts.

I was recently subject to a police investigation after a Satan Hunter, those that promote Satanic Ritual Abuse hoaxes, made a complaint against me for harrassment after I opposed their activities that was doing harm to innocent people and children.  The police investigation fortunately was closed without me being arrested or facing charges, but it has made me question if it is worth continuing to intervene in the environmental, social and political issues that society faces.

Human society is built upon the foundation of consumerism, competition and predation;  the many forms that global problems take from the disappearance of bees to the horrific executions by Islamic State to the emergence of the dreaded polio disease all spin-off from this foundation.

In the UK the police are focussed upon targets, their consumer product is to meet these targets for instance in making arrests and getting convictions for which they are rewarded bonuses, and in failing to meet targets, suffer penalties.  The system encourages the police to take a predatory stance in getting convictions, and to act in an adversarial or competitive manner against their own citizens.

Regardless of the rightness of my actions, of honorable intent and a passion to protect the innocent and children from Satan Hunters acting illegally and unethically to dishonestly and unjustly deny the liberties of the innocent, attacking their homes, lives and families, the tyrant can make a complaint against me to the police, using that system against me to destroy me, since all the police are interested in is convicting someone.  It seems bizarre that in my stopping a predator from harming a child I am the one who could be arrested, charged and convicted in our society.

Unfortunately, my recent experience can be applicable to any cause that an individual becomes involved in, society favors the tyrant and they can use that system to crush anyone who opposes them as they proceed to destroy the human race and the environment with their activities.

Even if the noble campaigner manages to avoid being crushed by the system, society being focused on predation, competition and consumerism, the amount of time, energy and money expended to achieve little and easily reversible results is not justifiable.  The brutal reality is that the individual campaigner who wishes to campaign to feed the homeless or stop the bees going extinct is up against a system that will likely end up leaving them destroyed, empty and broken.

What I say may be disheartening, but I want to give a hard reality check of what the individual campaigner is up against, especially if they enter into a competitive fight against a predator, who can play the victim card and run to the police to get them to destroy you.

I am exploring new strategies to achieve the same ends on the issues that matter to me without having to suffer heavy losses of resources and putting myself at risk of being destroyed by our sick, lost and broken society.


8 thoughts on “Rethinking my approach to society

  1. These are all good points satanicviews, and I think a valid perspective. I think it is not for nothing that the jester was traditionally the person who could talk to power, and it is often trickster figures that bring about change. One might be serious about an issue, but it’s important to get to the point where you are not taking it seriously, as otherwise you get turned into part of the narrative you are challenging. I have to admit I think activism is fraught with severe limitations and pitfalls. Look after yourself

      • You wrote: “You make the good point that the individual risks becoming the thing they oppose, this has always been one of my concerns in campaigning on issues.”

        Yet this is exactly what you have done- you have campaigned ahgainst individuals spreading lies about sexaul abuse whilst yourself spreading lies about sexual abuse about others (claiming Myatt and Fleming promote child harm, yet nowhere in either of their writing do we find such promotion).

        When asked for evidence, you presented none. You even went so far as to delete comments that were too difficult to answer, yet you claim to be an honorable individual. So prove your honor in this regard, perhaps.

      • I am reluctant to have my blog littered with ONA drama, but your comment e-mail suggests you are Ryan Fleming, and I grant you right of reply. I however will be limiting ONA posts on my blog.

        With regards to David Myatt, he remains the primary authority and influence in the ONA, his word is listened to and he chooses to retain some control over the ONA. It is under the watch of Myatt that child abuse narratives are now appearing in the ONA, and anything that is put out has an influence on others to think and carry out those narratives thinking this is what the ONA does. The ONA traditionally has put a lot of emphasis on their honor codes, and published an honor code on children. Whilst Myatt is not actively promoting child abuse narratives in the ONA, he is allowing this to happen, he can do something about it, but passively allows the ONA to degenerate so that even its own honor codes are no longer valid. I agree with those such as Chloe on the suggestion that Myatt should no longer be seen or accepted as a person of influence or authority in the ONA, he needs replacing with someone like Chloe and WSA 352.

        Ryan, you asked for evidence about yourself, okay. I will start by saying you are a noisy thug who has been allowed by people like Myatt to rise to some influence in the ONA. Your growing influence in the ONA is the reflection of the growing weakness of Myatt of his character, mind and choices. Nobody rises to a position of influence in the ONA without the backing of Myatt, yet it seems if an individual is good at licking Myatt’s boots, the boot-licking is considered more important than merit, character, and honor.

        Ryan, you are a sex offender, you will be on the UK sex offender register for ten years. In the eyes of the UK law a person aged 18 is a child, and you sexually assualted someone under the age of 18. The victim of your sexual assualt was someone with learning difficulties. When you proceeded to torture that vulnerable person, did you even follow ONA codes on testing etc? Doddering old Myatt has given a man such as you influence in the ONA when you clearly are not honorable, experienced or of strong character. There are some people in the ONA I have a lot of respect for, Chloe for instance, but you Ryan are such low quality rubbish, and it reflects on Myatt that he thinks you are more worthy of being a significant voice in the ONA than people of better experience and character. I am an outsider to the ONA, but I know enough about it over a long time to know that something has gone wrong, and Ryan, you are an example of it.

        Here is the newspaper report:

        Hope not Hate has more information on you Ryan:

        In the Hope not Hate article you have been noted as idolising the rapists and murders of children such as Myra Hindley.

        One individual severed their links to the ONA highlighting the fall in standards and the creep of child abuse narratives into the ONA, of which you were mentioned.

  2. I can certainly sympathize having been the target of online anonymous trolls who painted me as a protector of pedophiles and a threat to my patients under my care. It was ironic that these individuals WERE actually affiliated with pedophiles and drug addicts and noted defamers and wreckers of lives. What I came to realize is that weak minds will find truth in the fabrications and this hardly ever lasts. And when the person they support is exposed so are they as being complicit, gullible and vindictive agents of the very thing they purport to hate. It’s unfortunate that it’s such a waste of everyone’s time and energy and is disheartening in the process.

    • The greatest regret is that valuable resources are wasted upon these weak-minded people which could have been directed to more positive ends such as gaining justice and support for victims of child abuse.

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