I was looking up the word cult/occult. It means hidden or secret; like our meetings. I had thought it was about religion, but it doesn't have to be that. Anything secret. Things that are not public, for now.
I haven't told anyone, but I've already started. That's what's needed, so I'm doing it. When it's time, I'll show them.
One of the important jobs will be the making of lists.
Yes, of course the new ordinances and laws will have to be written, which is a huge writing task and responsibility, and though there is already the police (or military)to enforce them, the new changes will require lots of new training for them, new manuals etc., which is another massive writing task. But what I'm focusing on is the issue of those who refuse to follow those new rules, and more specifically, the making of lists.
There's always a resistance to great change. The greater the change, the more resistance. That's where the lists come in.
It's kind of overwhelming, 'daunting' I guess you'd say, how many names there are already to start with, the obvious ones, and how the lists will keep getting longer. The numbers are massive.
I'm okay, though, with that. It's what's needed, what it takes. And I won't be the only one working on it.
Right now I'm thinking about who, or what 'types' are to be included.
As I said, there will be those who are obvious about it, the outspoken. They are against things openly, against us and what we're for, now, openly disagreeing, and they are easily identified; the easy ones.
Some others will be those those who were for it, for the changes, but once implemented, they will have changed their minds. We call those 'the disaffected' and they must be dealt with swiftly. They bear a sort of 'gravity of opinion' which is extremely dangerous. It's like they've thought about things, seen both sides- the before and after- and now they judge it to be worse after than how it was before.
That kind of thinking can lead to all kinds of things. And that sort of thing can become contagious. It needs to nipped in the bud with fast action.
I don't want to be a part of that, the actual actions taken. I'll just make the lists and hand them over.
What's the most difficult will be the silent resistors, the hidden ones. They may not say anything, ever, but if given the opportunity, they will cheat.
There's always those that will look for a way to get around things, to 'get away with it', and not get caught. That's a for-sure, a given.
Identifying or finding them is a harder task requiring a lot of strategy, tactics, ingenuity. Some will be the friends of those who were the outspoken, or of the disaffected, so the arrest nets should include any and all family and acquaintances. They don't all have to be taken right away, but the names need to be recorded for future assignment.
We know how it will go: The initial shock of arrest should be enough for most. The rest will seem to 'fall into line'. But after a period of time, after that shock,and things 'calm down' they will relax, and begin to find loopholes or ways around things, cheating the system; but again, that is to be expected.
What's needed is to increase the motivation to resist that cheating. Something that seems to work well is to publicize the arrests of the cheaters, telling some of how that cheating occurs. You have to tell the story some so others can relate. Telling some of what was done and then showing the perpetrators being led away, the 'what happens' is a great tactic. Some interviewed reactions, outrage or surprise at such crimes from 'random' bystanders are good, too, though I guess we can leave that to our media experts. Nothing new there. This a secondary way of instilling proper behavior.
A third way is to over time arrest all acquaintances of the perpetrators, and even, surprisingly, especially ones where it is obvious the case that they had nothing to do with it. You let the public see this; come up with their own conclusions. This instills confusion as well as motivates.
You see, the law needs to be the law, no exceptions, and there's no rationalizing it. Unless it's about rationalizing the effectiveness. Overall effect is what's important, another 'equity of outcome'. It's important to show that no one is above the law, that no one is better, and that we can all become 'assigned'.
I like that word. I came up with it myself. The lists are of their names, which are like signatures, except we don't need them to sign anything; we sign it for them. We assign them. They become the 'assigned'. This is the type ingenuity that's needed- words (yes, just one form).
There will be issues, like the logistics of holding space for instance.That can be solved by speeding up processing. Judges and courts schedules, as well. An assumption needs to be made that the guilty are the arrested. Many sentences will need to be carried out, quickly. In extreme circumstances even in the field; in hours or even less. We could have mobile 'roving judges', teams, of course, with security, the right equipment and vehicles, making 'house calls', so to speak, like doctors, or more like surgical teams there to remove things.
There will be errors, statistically, but again, the overall benefits outweigh the issues of the few as equity is the thing. It needs to be spread as evenly as possible. And it's mathematical , statistical, not personal. Again, equal.
Anyway, back to the lists. Anything I can do now for the coming time is bound to help. I know it's not now, like today, but it could be anytime. I really know that. These are just the people I know of, my friends, or acquaintances. Could even be my family members.
That's how important it is: more important than family. It's important for me to remember that. This is all in the future, I know.
Towards the greater future.
I will speak again.