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|One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star. -Nietzsche|
October 11, 2012
If you want to hide truths and push an agenda, you'll need to keep your audience in blinders so they can't see what came before the present system or take note of superior results others are currently enjoying elsewhere. Elegance typically marries simplicity, obviating theoretical arguments, imagined worlds, or proposed innovations, because we already have plenty of working examples at hand. Let's study, copy, or steal what is known to work or see what has to be changed to produce conditions for similar results.
To deny simplicity in favor of complex knot tying suggests a lack of desire for good outcomes. Worse is to make excuses and attempt to obscure, which one would only do if incompetent or seeking to gain power from degradation by causing increased urgency and dependence, making it a sweet teat to suckle until trust is ended by abuse.
Scapegoating buys a little time, but is dangerous as a sustained plan because it invests in blaming the past and present with conspiracy claims and cartoonish villainization. Over time, this technique hints that those in charge are too stupid to form goals and coherent plans, and incapable of addressing causative factors of the initial difficulties.
When a simple formula for success is replaced by the progress of a very complicated and expensive failure, you are being asked to feign complete memory loss and general ignorance that others are easily achieving success with tried and true methods.
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