Cenocracy: A New Government Perspective
A Cenocratic Manifesto II


In different times, in different places history has paid witness to political, and economic transitions... many of which were forced upon leaderships by the people and have been designated acts of riot, rebellion, or revolution. When transitions involved religious perspectives they have been noted as reformations, that some conclude was due to the view that changes in religion are non-violent occasions involving academic polemics. In as much as we know this to be false, the word "reformation" does not elicit the negative connotations that the words riot, rebellion and revolution do. Nonetheless, all of them resolve to bring about change from one set of undesirable circumstances to those which are thought at the time to represent greater equality, justice, freedom and an overall enhanced sense of well-being. In other words, life evolves through stages of development that are not always as fruitful or otherwise as profitable as intended or desired. In any respect, the people learn what practices are good and those which turn out to be less favorable. At each stage of development there is yet another evolution... or, 're-evolution' that is foreshortened to "Revolution". But such Re-evolutions do not occur unless someone expresses a different idea, a new vision that suggests a better path, and is taken up by those who are willing to blaze a trail that others may admonish them for. As such, at each stage of political, economic and religious transformation, there were those who not only questioned prevailing practices and opinions, but offered an alternative that could weather the standards of testability by the various logistics of criticism mustered by those wanting to maintain prevailing practices of ideological convention. Such is the case brought against present practices of Democracy that is faced with a challenger called a Cenocracy.

A Cenocratic revolution... dubbed a Cenocratic reformation, is an untested contender to become the new champion of the people in their effort to secure a better way of life. The new contender asserts that practices of Communism, Socialism and Democracy share the same disrespect for the people by having donned the robes and crowns of the old Monarchical systems by their subjugation of the populace to forms of governance that insist the collective voice of the people be filtered through varying strainers of policy which diminish the ability of the people to legislate and vote-in all policies of self-governance as they see fit to administer to themselves, in order to direct the course of their lives for the betterment of all and not rely on vicarious forms of Representation which they find themselves all too frequently to be at odds with. Cenocracy unabashedly asserts the right of the people to practice a full measure of self-governance that can be initially formulated in the practice of a Peoples Legislative Branch.

But not only have practices of Communism, Socialism and Democracy shown themselves to wear the regalia of old aristocracies, so too do their standing military organizations and those would-be social governance contenders such as Anarchists, Libertarians, Social-Democrats, Democratic-Socialists, Fascists, 'Emperorists,' and the variously implied religion-based orientationists. Even though the people fought against former Imperialisms and Dictatorships, those governing practices which came to replace them offered the people only the window dressings of what a True governing Anarchism, True governing Communism, True governing Democracy, True governing Libertarianism, True governing Socialism, or True governing Religious practice could bring about. But such truths— and there are others, have persistently been denied by those few whose mechanisms of propaganda and social control revolve around a concerted private ownership of resources or/and the means by which such commodities can be administered to serve the personalized interests of a few instead of the Many. It is a Many whose value of previously assigned slavery, serfdom and sacrifice has little improved beyond superficial humanitarian-rights embellishments emblazoned with the bright colors of metaphor and the decorative government policies of pretensed sociabilities embroidered by frivolities which favor the few over the Many.

The people are forced to experience only a small measure, a degraded facsimile of any such truth as might be achieved because they are unable to choose for themselves which path they collectively think is best, when provided the realization of available alternatives to address the many issues which are being compounded by dwindling resources whose renewal can not keep pace with an incessantly growing global population. Current practices of government are designed to eschew visionary treks, like a primitive virus that is incapable of evolving into a mutually beneficial symbioses because their molecular base is constructed to exploit one type of an environment that its activities want to selfishly maintain. This is the present formula of parasitic democracy which has adapted itself to manipulating it human hosts into complementing its existence by furthering its requirements of sustenance, no matter who gets hurt or what must be destroyed to preserve it existence, and not permit evolution take humanity into its next stage of developmental progress.

While some blame a persistent recurrence of social inequities on money by claiming it to be the root of all evil, others pronounce Capitalism as the primary culprit. And yet, both money and its administrative Capitalism are simply tools that can do much good if they are wielded by crafts persons whose talents, gifts and vision are focused on creating a living monument beneficial to all, despite those few who may never feel they have obtained a personally desired level of personal wealth, social empowerment, and prowessed entitlement which helps them to stand out and alone as an image of indefinable uniqueness. Such is the case for some who, upon being elected, somehow feel they are a chosen one... and that the acquired position endows them with an inalienable right to speak on behalf of others whose opinions are never asked for, and rarely if ever permitted to formulate policies into laws that they will be required to abide by. This vicarious formula of Representation is a serious problem for the development of a society which claims to be looking towards a future of greater fulfillment instead of one which stalemates both personal and collective growth. Society can not grow... humanity can not prosper without the full assistance of the many whose hearts, minds and souls are willing to meet any obstacle, because they have chosen freely to do so, and not because it is required of them due to an impressed social position of economically-constrained servitude.

The direction which a Nation takes, which all of humanity steps towards... must be a free choice... or any progression will be a slow death on a trail of tears onto a social landscape infamously decried as a desolate Reservation of multi-various cultural encampments echoing the sounds of a depressed and desperate detention of the human spirit longing for the justice of true personal freedom to make choices on their own behalf, and not relegated to wearing the painted shackles and chains of those few who think they have a right to decide what is best for the many. It is a choice that the majority may well decide to permit the retention of the formula of government only because they are unfamiliar with the consciousness of free choice in this regard. The idea of choice, of being able to decide which direction to proceed along in a desert, forest or ocean of possibility, may at first be frightening for many. Indeed, they may cling desperately to the familiar, like a child clinging to an adult who has walked but a step or two from the shore. So too are those who are met with an unfamiliar freedom after being born into a life of incarcerated-like citizen servitude. But they will learn from those who are more adventuresome and willing to risk the insecurities of unfamiliarity because they have an inner calling of curiosity... even while family members, friends, neighbors, colleagues and the like prefer the routine of known certainty. Some like routinization and even hardship, as a means of imagining themselves to harbor a resiliency that embraces a personal martyrdom of sacrifice... because all of it, though it is may be little to nothing, comforts them because it is a regular certainty of uncertainness they are used to and that they have learned to cope with... since it and manages to offer some measure of protection in times of hardship that others are woefully unprepared for during so many recurring socialized cyclicities of economic and social rights of judiciously approved of impoverishment. In short, a Cenocratic Reformation includes the provision for an introduction, preparation and application for the people to make an informed decision... and that in making a collective decision, we will face the coming unknowns together as a Nation, as a collective humanity. It is a come-as-you-are affair.

For the right to vote one's own mind... there have been many suffragettes, not all of whom joined a collective appeal for equality, yet they felt the same in the quietude of their own counsel and practiced the necessary caution while enduring custom and conditions wrought with dangers that they had no hope of escape from because of practiced policies of governance which enforced their obligation to deny the presence of personal salvation. Despite all the travails, they eventually won the right to vote, and yet this alone has not proved to be the needed vehicle by which to reach those equalities of freedom that others freely embrace and take for granted either because of their gender, race, or occasion of birth to which they eventually found themselves encased in. From various metaphorized experiences, we come to acknowledge the present formula of Democracy demands a fare, a toll, a license, and a gauntlet race in a labyrinthine lair of enculturated impositions. It is a reality that not everyone sees and can therefore not embrace with any useful accountability of empathy to service as support for a Cause whose declarations for recompense have for too long gone unanswered. And they will remain unanswered so long as the climate of the present formula of practice Democracy is not forced off its traditional 'encouchment' and exercise policies to bring about a condition of better health for all. But, alas, it is physically incapable of engaging in an observed routine because its Constitutional and Bill of Rights are an architectured skeletal framework has become too old and frail to meet the requirements of a new age.

The Constitution and Bill of Rights must be restructured with a skeletal framework upon which the flesh and blood of a Nation can further prosper as a collective humanity which can best evolve through adaptations regulated by prevailing environmental conditions that implore adjustments in the overall social purview be made accordingly. When various oaths of office require pledges to uphold and protect the Constitution instead of the needs of a populace, the Constitution relegates itself to the position of being an overlord, a prognosticating seer claiming to know what is best... so long as the primary preservation, at any cost, is itself. Clearly, the people have been duped into imagining that the established views of a former time will forever be that which will prevail and need not be replaced by those ideas which are better suited for a time, a place, and a people who deserve the Right to individually and collectively choose their own destiny. The present Constitution and Bill of Rights forthrightly exempts this consideration from being part of any decision process. In effect, the Constitution and Bill of Rights have been placed on a pedestal akin to a lofted throne that all must bow to, and those selected to uphold the maintenance thereof need not have any other personal talent that of an office manager. They need no vision except to read the Constitution and Bill of Rights as they are written. And when amendments are made, they too are dedicated first and foremost to play an entourage part in the procession of such documents which deny the people the Right to select themselves as their primary candidate of Representation.

The typical political candidate seeks to be part of the prevailing government structure which lies at the core of our problems. Though they may claim a desire for change, it is change within the prevailing government guidelines, thus presenting us with more of the same lack of vision and dedication to set the people free. Instead of structural change in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, they strive to change individual polices that are easily defeated by traditionalized presentiments of keeping the people manacled to vicarious forms of Representation which promotes a cyclicity of dysfunctionality in the human growth of self-governance. And those who frequently speak of change couple it with a reference to family values, though such values are never explicated and the presence of claiming change under the practice of some family tradition is not seen as a contradiction in actual purposeful intent.

The majority of those who seek employment or position in government are not visionaries, are not path finders. They are not trail blazers, but keepers of the traditional flame and its attendant ceremonies. And the majority of the populace are followers. Yet they are followers who want to be enabled with an opinion to be counted along with all other opinions and not be manipulated or forced into deferring their opinion to a leadership whose word is to be the final comment of a discussion when the populace has a collective disagreement about which path is best. Without a provision for the presence of a collective agreement whose vote is not subjected to a process of political winnowing in order to churn out a selective decision which suits the taste of a few over the many... antinomies, divisions, and assertive partitioning will be produced to impede development by a concerted Will, because it has been withered by sustained erosions to desire for personal involvement of choice defined by true equality.

In case after case of political attempts by individual leaders to bring about sincere and constructive programs to assist the general population, each has been a piece-meal effort whose intentions can be either undermined by future legislative polices or kept in place long after their usefulness has subsided. While some claim that the problems in the government system has to do with too much bureaucracy colloquially referred to as top heavy Big Government, they fail to recognize that under the provisions of practicing a democracy... a government presented under the premise contained in the words "Of, By and For all of the people," this means that the government is supposed to be Big, since all the people are supposed to be involved. Those calling for a reduction in the size of government are overlooking the fact that the present structure of Democracy is meant to work under the harness of a few, and that a true democracy needs to be designed to take advantage of the entire population's collective experiences, insights, and wisdom. The present structure of government does work best with a smaller administrative staff, because it is designed that way... and not designed as a model which permits the whole of a nation's population to functionally participate without faulty forms of surrogacy and vicariousness. But the present model is problematic in that it requires the cyclicity of normative government policies to maintain a level of public disfranchisement akin to a situation in which the nation is like a raft at sea that can only hold a select few while all others must be tethered to its sides and provided an "after-share" indulgence of resources supplied to those who come to claim they are entitled to better treatment because of their allotted position determined by a system controlled by those who not only selected the method of determination, but administrated and defined the outcome.

The present formula of democracy presents us with a functionality in which the Nation is a life boat (or raft) whose resources are limited and whose population growth remains unabated, forcing many to find some measure of freedom by clinging to some fringe link to society... many of whom lead a precarious grasp on reality that has initiated a cultural identity supported by illusion, delusion or other manifested orientation of their disillusionment. While their lot may be improved through some measure of social intervention, it is often at the expense of some other social sector that must absorb a loss in their socially provided reciprocations of being a citizen and abiding by accustomed to rules and laws. The present formula of democracy relies on an overall policy of governance that regulates a balancing act constructed on antiquated ideas and idealisms of how a government is to be run to ensure its founding measurements of utility are kept intact, because those elected for government positions of leadership have short-sighted spheres of responsibility and need restrictive guidelines for them to follow and ensure others abide with because they do not know how to function with the larger public in mind. When the public confronts them with needed services, observed practices of discrepancy, discrimination, hypocrisy and other dishonesties, they retreat to policies which enable them to abscond from addressing the pressment of issues because the current formula of government does not provide the needed guidelines in which a growing populace can be better served.

When we have a government that defines our grievances as mere inconveniences which we are called upon to endure but leaderships are permitted an immunity there from, we are left will little choice, after the repeated occasions of numerous insults to our dignity and economy, but to ask for a redress of grievances and not be confronted by systematic denials in one form or another... which help to conceal the fact that the present formula of government is wholly deficient in its fashion of regulatory ability to adequately contend with a cyclicity of problems convoluted into excuses labeled personal problems and not evidence of a problematic governmental design of democracy's usage to assert the Will of a few on the consciousness of the many.

When government officials lack the ability or Collective Will to find solutions to mounting social issues, or refuse to let the public contribute to the efforts in solving the many problems confronting us, we can not be persuaded into thinking that problems facing the Nation are best handled by community service programs... when community problems are representative occurrences reverberating from National problems in undulating forms of encircling waves like a rock dropped into a pool of water that do not dissipate over a time into calmness... because the erosion of social shorelines becomes a recurring narrative that forces public activities and opinions to be similarly weathered into an indelibly altered social landscape of loss.

When calls for real change are met only by those political candidates who adopt this perspective as a campaign slogan that will have no real currency and application in practical efforts and realization, clearly the problems confronting the citizenry can not be realistically attended to by current political practices designed to defend and uphold a structure of democratic governance falling interminably short of needed goals... and directs all government or sponsored entities to subsist in maintaining a cultural identity of patriotism defined as doing what one is told and pledging allegiance to such a self-defeating deferment; when it denies a full measure of selflessly pledging oneself to one's Nation, when that Nation refuses to pledge itself to the needs of the people.

What are a people to do when confronted by a cyclicity of demands to defer their consciousness to an indecent formula of government, when those demands reflect the obstinacy of problems the people themselves are being subjected to from one era to the next, from one election cycle to the next, from one business interest to the next? And then when the people say they will take no more, that they want the recurring cycles of needless misfortune to stop, such a personal defense is attacked as a treasonous act against the sovereign right of a government to mistreat any and all as it sees fit and claim such actions as an exercise in freedom, liberty, justice and equality! No less, such atrocious disregards for the collective right of a public sovereignty can be dismissed at Will, like a role of temporary employment used as a bribe and thereby present as a witness against the defamation of a Right to Represent ourselves both individually and collectively must become more assertive when initial queries and supplications for assistance in resolving recurring issues are treated as negligible concerns.

After repeated attempts to get various social issues addressed, and a deferment to the solution of a single issue is thought to be enough to warrant a dismissal of all other concerns as if it alone amounts to the fulfillment of the social contract between the governed and those that govern; what are the people to do but persist in a means to have all issues confronted and answered to the satisfaction of the people. But in answering our questions, so too must there be a practical application of activity meant to actually resolve the issues without using the occasions of administration to achieve ulterior motivated rewards through government contracts, subsidies, and the like— including the ability to close any and all loopholes that may arise and be in a position to be taken advantage of by those wanting to enrich themselves at the expense of the public.

What are the people to do when confronted by a formula of government that pays lip service to the public's right to institute alterations by way of (1) contacting Representatives, (2) permits the people to petition the government, and (3) provides for the provision of public protest... only to find such avenues as orchestrated barriers towards preventing the very action which they claim to support? Where in fact a system of government claiming to be Of, By and For all the people should need no go-between process to facilitate changes to their government as they see fit, the present system of government denies the people a full measure of self-Representative government. To such a situation the people are left with no recourse but to call for a public wide discrediting of the present government formula and institute one which will serve their needs better. And by what name are we to call our collective assertion if not a Re-evolution, a Re-formation of basic governing principles that will provide the very system of justice, freedom, liberty and equality that so many find is lacking in present practices of government? While surely there will be those whose anger against the government or some business or some political faction is a deep-seated enmity that they will seek a personal vengeance against by attempting to initiate the unraveling of peaceful attempts to develop a truer form of a peoples government by creating discord in an effort to instigate undisciplined mob actions that provide them with camouflage to cover their personal vendettas, a Cenocratic approach is anti-thetical to such a disposition of mayhem and madness, unless aggressive actions are required because the government confronts us with various obstinacies to desired change.

Yet, historical readings reveal that the structure of governments have shown themselves to be difficult to change without the usage of force. They will not yield to the public's Will unless the public agrees that there is a desperate need for change, that there is no better alternative, and the present government has lost its credibility. Though history also typifies the introduction of a new leadership to replace the old, this need not be done so long as present leaderships abide by the decisions of the public. A Cenocratic Reformation need not support a particular candidate, when its primary purpose is to bring about an alteration in the government so that the collective Will of the public can choose the candidate they think is best suited to support their Self-Representative ideas and ideals, and will not make excuses for achieving less than these goals. If as a last resort all members of the standing political leadership attempt to impede the progress of a Cenocratic enterprise, force will have to be utilized on behalf of the public's Right to establish a Constitutionally mandated Peoples Legislative Branch whose primary purpose is to administer public debates and referendums on social issues (including issues of governance) whose results will be put into law. The current three branches of government cannot individually nor collectively countermand the Will of the People, but the people can countermand them individually or collectively.

In our promulgation about the need for a Cenocratic Reformation, simply noted as a desire for reforming the government to practice standards which will effect the resolve of issues that the public is asking for and be established as Basic Rights confirmed by a Constitutional mandate, it is well understood that many citizens are not presently aware that there is a growing emphasis in this direction or that such an alternative of governance is being aspired to with the beginnings of a blue printed architectural draft. In the realm of a philosophical discourse related to rationality applied to sociological concerns, various intellectual disputations remark in regards to the underpinnings of language development and usage, that humans do not know what they are talking about, do not know what they are actually doing, nor which direction actually lays the better future. It is a disclaimer taking full stock of the realization that humanity indulges in what has been described as "guesstimations". Every social order is an attempted trial and error formula just as the many forms of present day government. We try something and we sometimes fail. We try again and we sometimes succeed. Unfortunately, in a series of presumed successions some come to invest a personal regard of attachment that is used to define their own ego, and the perception of possible loss to the familiar can instill personalized experiences of separation anxiety. Such is the case for present practices of democracy. Emotional attachments of egotistical dimensions which stand as sentinel guard dogs against any and all who might want to cast the government into another fashionability, even when long term trends of environmental and social occurrences demand further adaptations for enhanced survival. Those who guard the gates of present democracy do so because their niche' in life has been contoured to fit the Representative foundation and they fear the loss of who they are without being able to mark their place as positioned by the limits of the old foundation. They are fearful of having to alter themselves to fit the requirements of a new structure... even though we ask for them to make adjustments in order to further their part. Instead, they act as concrete impediments to a flow of life that is being obstructed by the very dam which once provided security and resources under previous conditions. Present formulas of democracy are dams which must be updated to make room for further progress.

The needed dimensions of change can not occur within the restrictions of a system whose leadership do not have the vision to see beyond their own immediate grasp and purview, because they have created a language community which not only chooses the words to be used, but their definitions and application in an algorithm akin to a rote practice of addition and subtraction, where in fact a calculus must be applied in order to deal with multiple infinitesimals. It is a metaphor expressing a realization that current practices of governance are too simplistic, and that the language environments of legislative cultures do not present the necessary vocabulary nor associated wording to develop the ideas which can bet serve the needs of the public. Current legislative cultures is the practiced vernacular and idioms of an antiquated mindset whose view of reality is anachronistic and expects the public to live within the confinements of this antiquity which allows political and business leaderships to offer selective excuses instead of cooperative solutions.

However, public ownership... just like current private ownership of all businesses as well as governance— can deteriorate to a system of managerial stultifications by way of routine observances which breed complacency instead of the needed hyper-vigilance that fully appreciates that the Earth and its solar system are not eternal, and is experiencing an ongoing incremental process of deterioration that humanity is being forced to tailor its activities to... like a ship in the ocean whose fuel, food, water and other reserves are dwindling, all the while that environmental conditions are eating away at the ship itself. Humanity must make provisions for cutting its umbilical cord from Mother Earth. Like so many life forms, humanity too must mature beyond its nest, den and neonatal troop origination. Present formulas of Representative government are in effect, a type of privatization which typically exclude the provisions for a collective bargaining agreement amongst management and the various working classes of people. The developed bureaucracy is a process of mechanization which frequently consumes one or another worker because their is a lousy set of safety regulations which permit the working class from making alterations to the machinery of governance as witnessed from their day-to-day experiences.

While restructuring the role in which government should play in the lives of a citizenry is itself but an easily accomplished alteration in the underlying mechanical operation... like shifting gears, those who are in charge of the keys to bureaucratic machines can be haughty, arrogant and obstinate beasts. Such beasts may well use the machinery they are in charge of to attempt a forced compliance so that they do not have to be disturbed from their slumber-like ease of rountinization to which they have been chosen, because they are uniquely qualified to effect a regulated maintenance schedule like an actuating lever that has been polished and given a title of distinction by being in charge of minimally cared for wheel cogs. Disagreements to the contrary belie the fact that social issues that the public wants to be firmly and comprehensively addressed without routined obfuscation, delay and excuse... remain firmly entrenched as if they were negligible concerns... even though the language used to describe such issues and concerns is sympathetic and effulgently expressed with a serious recognition of entitlement. The fact remains such issues are not being addressed. Talking about them and labeling them with whatever language can be momentarily mustered to effect a detachment from public perception and verbalized consciousness, is the sole effort being expended.

The old notion of a "Social Contract" between the governed and those who govern has been besmirched and soiled many times by the government. In effect, there is no longer a "contract" but an imposed declaration of citizen responsibilities with limited rights that leaders may claim an immunity from through various legalistic machinations. This is the nature of the present Representative government formula that effects rule-by-right according to the bylaws of its designed privatization. Whereas the people prefer that they become an equal partner in the enterprise of life through respectful dialogue and diplomacy, a display of obstinance and disregard of the peoples' call for the government to accede to our request to meet with us on an equal footing at a table of collective bargaining, will be met with increasing levels of assertiveness, just like those in days of old who had to use force to get reigning aristocracies to agree to terms of a mutual partnership. Prevailing leaderships may retain all the titles their arrogance deems appropriate to their egotism, but they will have no currency of especial entitlement to enforce their Will on the public in order to guarantee clemency of wrong doing, for hiring confederates enabled to subjugate various intimidations on others, or legislating without a consultation and the approval of the collective citizenry.

We The People will have our Cenocracy. But such a statement is not a call for riots. It is not a call for rebellion. It is not a call for insurrection. It is a quest guided by the endowed right to propel the public into a desired future of their own choosing by way of a Revolution solidly committed to the conviction for establishing a sincere and honest Reformation in social self governance. It is not a demand to removed prevailing leaderships but a request that they meet the people on an equal footing at a public bargaining table in order that the people, all the people, may be formerly recognized as a full partner in the enterprise of life-directing assertions of respectfully acknowledging and practicing resource renewal, preservation, and equitable distribution. We are asking for a new formula of government which requires the people themselves to be a fully functioning check and balance in order to insure that there will be no hangups, no stalemates, no delays, obfuscations, detainments, deferrals, or other impediments to creating a system of governance which best suits the people, all the people for this generation and all those that follow.

We call upon all ministers, preachers, priests, rabbis, Anarchists, Communists, Democratists, Democratic-Socialists, Feminists, Libertarians, Socialists, Social-democrats, Left-leaning, Right-leaning, wanna-be, would-be, traditional, radical or other-wise named social reformers. All of us share in the goal of wanting our voices to be heard, listened to, and our opinions voted on en masse by the people in Referendums whose outcomes establishes the law of the land, but does not instill the occasion for establishing a rule set-in-stone which can not be revised when the collective opinion of the public so deems it necessary, without having their thoughts, concerns and desires mangled by a process of politics and bureaucracy that is enabled to contravene the Collective Will of the people whose collective opinion can matter in a court of law in the form of a jury, yet is denied the same juridical ability with respect to their own lives. It is an hypocrisy long over-due to be remedied by instituing a comprehensive rationality of placement into the arena of overall governance. We beseech and implore all those seeking social reform to recognize the need to enforce the development of government which will practice the Right of the People their equal, inalienable Right to a full governing partnership as the Many who deserve to Represent themselves. This is your calling to help in the establishment of a New Government.... a Cenocracy.

Date of Origination: Thursday, 4-January-2018... 3:40 AM
Date of Initial Posting: Tuesday, 9th-Jan-2018... 3:38 AM