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Arun D. Ellis

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Arun D. Ellis Hi Aaron - the short answer is we can't.

We all know that the 1% have stolen the world, we know that the bankers actually broke the global economy…more
Hi Aaron - the short answer is we can't.

We all know that the 1% have stolen the world, we know that the bankers actually broke the global economy beyond repair and that the politicians bailing them out with our money merely kicked the can down the road and that the debt still remains in our artificial financial system, we know the perils that we face as a result of global warming, we know about the dwindling fossil fuels yet people and businesses continue to squander them, we know about the corruption that exists in politics yet we continue to play the same old pointless game of voting, we all suspect that there was something wrong with 9/11 and the validity of the so called war on terror, we know that someone has deliberately brought about the collapse of all the stable middle eastern countries and we know that ISIS is a consequence of this, we know the refugee crisis was artificially created to allow the west to bomb Syria and on the domestic front we know that we have been deliberately dumbed down to make us more manageable....etc yet most people are too apathetic to do anything about it; they care more about who wins Xfactor than what's actually happening in the world.

Then there are those who protest, they spend months preparing, a whole day marching but what actually changes?

To effect change the people of the developed nations must rise as one against their leaders and impose a global solution that satisfies the needs of all life.

Arun D. Ellis Hi David - interesting question - in short - How society is run and its demise
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26 Serialisation of the book 'Uprising' 1st book in the 'Corpalism' series - by Arun D Ellis

Uprising (Corpalism #1) by Arun D. EllisThe not so simple task of turning your handler

When we are no longer able to change a situation,
we are challenged to change ourselves.

Victor Frankl

Ice Man waited in the shadows as the easily identifiable silhouette of Insp. Ken Jackson, his local handler, approached.

“Easy there man,” said Ice, “best stay in the shade.”

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Description: Revolutionary pensioners, sexually predatory fat ladies, Machiavellian political intriguers, a mad-eyed Preacher, a chivalric knight, men at work, an avenging 'hand of god', a celebrity 'golden' couple, jackpot winners and a homicidal diarist all combine to create an entertaining story of modern-day Britain.
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Description: Corpalism is an exciting, quirky and often funny mixture of timely political commentary that moves in a believable way, between fact and fiction. The book begins in a dystopian world – a dark and callous future wrought by unchecked corporate greed. The timeline moves back and forth 20 years, using inter connected characters and storylines, though read carefully because the links are buried in the storyline. Situational humour lightens the mood and the characters are well-crafted, individual and interesting; ranging from the cynically evil, through the surprisingly likeable to the positively evangelical. Corpalism remonstrates against the evil of corporate greed, puts forward a credible alternative to the duopoly of current party politics and offers hope of an alternative future if we act now. A unique experience – a page turner with a message.
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“Only a psychopath would ever think of doing these things, only a psychopath would dream of abusing other people in such a way, only a psychopath would treat people as less than human just for money. The shocking truth is, even though they now have most if not all of the money, they want still more, they want all of the money that you have left in your pockets, they want it all because they have no empathy with other people, with other creatures, they have no feeling for the world which they exploit, they have no love or sense of being or belonging for their souls are dead, dead to all things but greed and a desire to rule over others.”
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“Let’s de-bunk some of this, shall we? Myth 1– Kings and Queens are divine beings – rubbish. Kings and queens of old were murdering bastards who ruled with a rod of iron. Myth 2 – the rich prosper out of godliness – more rubbish. They gained their wealth by royal patronage and taxing and stealing from the masses. Myth 3 - the poor are poor because they’re depraved – yet more rubbish. They’re poor because of their naivety and childlike belief in, oh yes, Kings and Queens, the Church and the order of things. Finally, Myth 4 - women are evil and deliberately seductive – the biggest nonsense of all. Women are sexually attractive to men because they are the opposite sex to men; it’s not hard to see, is it? It’s the same for every species on the planet, you can see it in any mating ritual on the Discovery channel but this truth has been reversed and buried under the eternal lie fostered upon us by the church. That’s what the bible has achieved and that’s why our society is divided and divided again. That’s why we are never working as one, because religion was designed to divide and rule the masses,” she broke off and looked deliberately round the room, “but the big question is, for what purpose and by whom?”
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“… what I’m saying is that if we and all the other species on earth are the only life forms in the universe and if there are no gods and let’s face it apart from a few tired scrolls written 300 years after the death of Jesus and his disciples there is no actual proof of a God or gods then we, the humans, who are meant to be at the height of the evolutionary tree, are in fact at the bottom because no other species on this planet is enslaved to the economy. Every other species is born free and lives free. We humans are born into economic slavery and life crippling debt.”
Arun D. Ellis, Corpalism

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“Either you repeat the same conventional doctrines everybody is saying, or else you say something true, and it will sound like it's from Neptune.”
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“If we don't believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don't believe in it at all.”
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“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.”
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