Grant J. Kidney
Grant J. Kidney
Born July 21st, 1986 (Age 26)
I’m Grant J. Kidney- free thinker, artist, and author.
My primary pursuit in life is challenging the existent social orders of the world through various means of art, writing, audio, and video.
I have interviewed such figures like Peter Joseph of the Zeitgeist Movement, futurist and engineer Jacque Fresco, author Federico Pistono, documentary filmmaker and producer Holland Van den Nieuwenhof, and aeorspace engineer Douglas Mallette. My work has received accolades from noteworthy figures ranging from author and Huffington Post contributor Mitch Feierstein to Shaolin grand master Shi Xing Wu.
This website, www.GRANTJKIDNEY.com, features a daily blitz of anti-establishment news and media.
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Worldview and Perspective
God, Nature, Reality
1.) Life is a grand mystery.We really don’t know why we’re here or how we got here in the first place. Science has opened many doors for us in terms of our origins. However, when all is said and done, we are really nothing more than infants in our quest for knowledge of the multiverse around us.
2.) ‘God’ as an anthropomorphic deity may or may not exist. However this much is clear- there is undoubtedly a unifying ‘force’ which spans the cosmos and is inherent in all things. The Chinese have labeled this energy ‘Qi’. The Indians, ‘Prana’. Whatever this life-force is, it stands testament to the fact that all are connected to it- and that no one person is truly alien to the rest of existence.
3.) Ours is but one civilization among many millions, perhaps hundreds of millions throughout our universe. Hyper-dimensional beings might even exist- and modern science is attempting to lay a claim to such a revelation with advanced studies such as String and ‘M’ theory. No matter how glorified we may see ourselves, we are truly nothing more than ants when measured up against a civilization that is light-years beyond our own in terms of technological achievement.
4.) The goal of life is to harmonize with what surrounds us. Failing to do so will inevitably lead to chaos on both a microcosmic and a macrocosmic level. Human beings have yet to understand that actively excluding this crucial element of a civilization’s design will mathematically- in every situation- produce a great undoing. An example of this point would be the extreme deforestation of Earth or the gross depletion of other such natural resources.
Nations, Law, Money
5.) Nations, laws, and other such arbitrary systems of division and conquest exist exclusively on paper.When observed from space, the Earth is seen as but one planet. The artificial lines separating nations and thus people from one another- which can be observed on any map- do not exist. Primitive folk, tribesman and the such, practice isolation as it’s truly what comes natural to an unevolved brain. However we are at the point now where we can begin to see ourselves as but one species and with one goal in mind- to stretch our wings and to venture out into the cosmos. If we do not destroy ourselves, then within one hundred years time, we will see- for the first time in our history- a true global society emerge.
6.) Politics serves as a tool to help govern the course of civilization. Politicians create laws that everyone must adhere to else face prison time. All too often however it can be observed that the very same politicians who tell us not to kill, steal, rape, or torture are engaged in these very same acts. Politicians are people after all- and people are flawed. Hence, the world would be better off if everyone simply governed themselves in a seemingly anarchistic, yet voluntarily communal fashion.
7.) Money is an artificial construct which separates the people of the world in to various social classes. People are essentially the same however at a fundamental level. Everyone needs to eat, everyone needs love, food, clothing, and shelter. Money therefore serves merely as a divisive mechanism which, if rooted out, would enable the human species to flourish as we would no doubt enter in to a new renaissance period of scientific expansion. Alternative models of civilization have been offered up which show how the world could operate without money and how every person on the planet could live in abundance. If the human species is to evolve, then such designs for an alternative social system must be seriously embraced.
Humanity: Moving Forward
8.) Nature showcases a rigid structure of hierarchy throughout various life-models. In every circumstance, the most able-bodied and well-equipped lead the pack. The various skills and talents deployed by those belonging to a lower strata are in turn put to good use. In the human world however, almost the exact opposite is the case. Those atop the artificial social ladder are usually not the most capable- nor the brightest of the bunch. The hard-working folks beneath these tycoons and con-men are more often than not stronger, braver, and in possession of more character and heart than the slave-owners who employ these ‘average Joes’. The goal of any revolution ought to be to dethrone those atop the artificial social ladder and to replace these usurers of men with the best and brightest from among the masses.
9.) No one is quite sure how the various races of humanity had their beginnings- though one thing is certain- some races have achieved more than others throughout the course of history. This is by no means an excuse however for certain racial types to dominate others- for we are all capable of the very same achievements given the right opportunity and education. Many have engaged in a racial war and would consider those outside of their particular race both ‘inferior’ and ‘subordinate’. What these ‘racial jihadis’ fail to grasp however is that the real battle is not white man vs. black man vs. Latino man vs. Asian man. The real battle is intelligence vs. stupidity. Rather than attempting to do what Hitler did and build a ‘master race’, we ought to think more along the lines of building a master brotherhood of superior individuals from all the races of man.
10.) The ideal world is one in which all men, women, and children of every racial type and of every tongue are free to explore this vast Earth whilst remaining true equals- no one person ‘better’ than anyone else unless a highly visible manifestation of talent coupled with intelligence is displayed. All laws, courts, prisons, police, and governments would be dissolved. Money would be absent from the human lexicon. All resources would be shared and advanced technology would aid in the manufacturing of the goods and services required by the people of Earth. The only jobs in existence would be those of a voluntary nature and focus exclusively upon the maintenance of the machines that make daily life possible. A hierarchy of scientists and philosophers would lead the way- their guidance however would amount to nothing more than simple advice on how things ought to be.
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