We Need Leaders That Still Enjoy Making Sweet Love
Pardon me for saying so, but I don’t think President Bush and the first lady get it on much.
The president is out there touting that America’s economy is safe and strong. No it isn’t – don’t be an idiot. Even Wall Street bounce-backs do not mean the economy is safe.
We have had enough lies from our leaders. Are they honest enough to have the tough “world family” conversation we really need to have, from the US, to Iran to Russia – to the local community at the street level? It’s time to grow up, shake off the violence, and learn to work together as a global community. But without leaders that still enjoy life and all the wonderful beauty of existing on planet earth, we will remain in a state of violence and planetary imbalance.
And part of that enjoyment is getting it on. You know, firing up all the cylinders in your netherbits, tickling your pleasure zone, getting all hot and bothered.
Now, I would have to guess that French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who is so happy of a guy he got drunk at the G8 summit, enjoys spending time with his hot wife.
Also, take a look at Putin’s new babe.
These are happy men. They don’t want to blow up the world – they just want to party and throw each other around a Judo mat.
By the way, in no way am I insinuating that leaders should be men. I think it’s high time we have many, many more women leading the way. But no matter male or female, you had better have a positive vision of how to ensure continuity of local communities, meaning having serious leadership abilities but also a real love of living.
And part of that means shedding the Puritan mask that we so badly try to wear in this country. Politicians and group leaders are caught in sex scandals every day. My hypothesis is that we are facing inner-turmoil inside ourselves, ashamed that we dig hot sex even though our religions tell us we should shun it. We are so angry and ready for violence because of sexual frustration that we refuse to free ourselves from the grips of oil companies.
So I wonder…. are our own leaders too sexually frustrated to handle the converging crisis of climate change and peak oil?
All I can say is that I hope the president and his wife are happy people. And the next president as well, for that matter.
We have a lot of problems, and if people would get laid more, we would be a lot happier of a planet. Maybe then we could start addressing our real, deep problems and work together as local communities to fix each place on earth, starting where we each live. In order to have resilient communities that thrive, we must each start in our homes.
In America, we can’t can’t help what someone in China is doing, but we can grow a garden at home here in the US. We can ride share with our friends and neighbors. We can swap and share with them, legally make our own auto fuel, lend out tools, books, labor and anything to help one another out. We can even create community classes and learn together.
We can set up solar powered Internet servers that are off-grid, so that we can connect using Bright Neighbor and wi/fi systems via public Internet kiosks. This way, no matter if the electricity grid goes down, friends, families, businesses, and the government can still easily communicate with one another and self-organize.
Here in Portland, people are connecting via Bright Neighbor and working together to build a resilient community across all 95 Portland neighborhoods. We have plenty of stuff among all of us, we just need to move it around better. So now you can find who around you has a ladder, saw, drill, food – you name it. It will be more fun than camping!
It’s possible to fix this place without worrying whether Wall street survives or not. They key is to take action in each of our communities so we can remain resilient across the United States and the world, for that matter.
Here is our Federal government’s strategic plan for keeping you secure. They get an “E” for “Effort”, but I say just make sure that your local leaders still like to dance, love, and most of all… get it on. Ready everyone? Here we go…