Chelsea Clinton’s cover appearance on the May issue of Elle settles it; the Clinton Fantasy Machine is in churn-n-burn mode. Complete with the classic clintonesque non-sequitur, the former first daughter peevishly demonstrates the she’s teaming well with this prolific spawning-machine of terminal division; “since when did 20 percent become the definition of equality?”
This is yet another seedling looking to take root in the toxic soil where baiting the public conscience with yet another false premise divides and draws the public into a baseless, completely fabricated, argument. In a mindset that crafts the notion of equality and defines the same by whatever distortion a social accommodation can provide is itself both a non-sequitur and a false premise or, simply, an outright lie.
If honesty is ever to be restored to the lexicon of social order of human interactions than we’ll need to begin with understanding that there is no such thing as enforced equality as there is no equality in result; not ever. The truth is, whatever notion of equality that might exist occurs only with you, the individual, and the outcome you pursue.
It is not an award, it is not a rendering, a legislateable outcome or an entitled guarantee. It’s always and only (ever) about you, your conscience, your will and the manner in which you articulate your method and intent with the world around you.
Curtis C. Greco, Founder