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Alternative Evolution: The Power Of Music In Politics

August 11th 2017

In Britain… causing a stir, a rawkus, or down right yelling… are common aspects of the political process.

Then in America, “iron triangles,” are often considered public knowledge and typically dictate the reality of politics, behind closed doors.

Yet, in Saudi Arabia… a royal family still rules, through DNA.

But where’s the common ground? Politics and decision making! Because decisions have to be made, societies change, cultures change, people change and life changes too. But who decides how things change? Who decides when and if we allocate resources to our oceans? Or if we save animals from going extinct? And at the end of the day, how do these decisions go into law?

And furthermore, who decides how much this country will borrow next? And I’ve brought this topic up before… but when will our nation, “end this rhetoric over creating jobs?” Or will some of these political conversations ever reach a definitive climax?

And take the issue of race in America, for example.

Whereby, in my opinion, you can fight against the prejudice of, “racism,” all you want and heck, you can even stand up against racism, you can mix cultures, you can mix ethnic groups, create different social settings, whatever… but at the end of the day, when race and competition are intertwined, there’s always turmoil. And in fact, even in the utmost Utopian future, competition itself, mixed with ethnic diversity often feels like a never ending dispute. Whereby, how can someone favor one person, without neglecting another? And what is winning when the loser is so often the recipient of affirmative actions?

So you have these political disputes, that never seem to end… and in my opinion, some issues MIGHT NEVER END AT ALL… but how will that discussion change our society? Or, will our ancestors talk about, “race and job creation,” 200 years from now? And what about 500 years from now? Because personally, I would hope that they didn’t continue this discussion another 10 years, let alone another half millenia! Because personally, I would feel poorly if they did and in fact, I would feel like we as a culture, didn’t do our part as a society, in terms of progressing society, if that future were to take place. And I for one, would feel personally responsible, if this society remained so stagnant… socially, politically and culturally speaking… as to debate, “race and job creation,” 200 years from today.

But that’s why I bring up this concept of, “alternative evolution,” today… because our society does have choices and furthermore those decisions… decisions to build pyramids and cross oceans… have taken our society to this current zenith and will take it beyond.

But specifically… what is, “alternative evolution?”

“Alternative evolution,” is a phrase that I use to describe alternative paths of occupational evolution/bio-evolution. And how often do people even think about the magnitude… of some of the smallest decisions in our society today? Particularly in terms of, “bio-evolution/ occupational evolution, or alternative evolution(s)?”

For example, the combination of politics and music.

Because in America today, music dealing with politics is often considered, “taboo or overbearing,” by the general public… but why?

And what if things were different? What if music wasn’t considered taboo, when made for the sake of politics? What if songs, dealing with issues like gun violence, the environment or gender equality, got radio play in political settings? And a change in that political landscape alone, could impact a number of things… and this would constitute, “an alternative evolutionary path,” so to speak. But basically, what I mean to point out is that small decisions, like mixing music and politics, albeit seemingly small, often hold a much greater impact on society then people think. And furthermore, these decisions also have tremendous effects, exponentially, on the future of our society, as well as what we reward both psychologically and biologically, today… IE swinging a baseball bat.

But to be clear, what if… heart, effort and passion, through music or even athletic events, impacted the government? And what if the media had a say in the EVOLUTION of our society and democracy itself?

Yet, the media today remains hesitant to speak out on these topics in favor of speaking out, on political issues… and a good example of that… is the Colin Kaepernick saga, in the NFL, today. But what if things were different? And to me, this constitutes an, “alternate evolutionary path,” or another evolutionary path un-chosen… whereby, for example rewarding musicians more, might change the human species entire bio-chemistry, voice spectrum and a whole plethora of other things… if done over decades/centuries.

Nevertheless, there’s a real stigma in this country to just accept things as they are and to then consider those circumstances as, “right or fair,” based upon the current reality. Regardless, one last, “alternative evolution,” which I believe is worth… at least… “a talk at the dinner table,” is making medical school free (or at least cheaper).


What if everyone had the opportunity to go to medical school for free? Or what if medical school was drastically cheaper and readily available to the public? Many countries, all around the world, need doctors… yet, we charge in excess of over $150,000 dollars to obtain the knowledge deemed necessary, to practice medicine today!

And when doctors are in short supply, all over the world… why is medical school so expensive? Wouldn’t our global health care system benefit tremendously by lowering the costs of medical school? Wouldn’t the human species benefit? And imagine if medical school was free? Imagine, the positive impacts worldwide… and again… this is such a small change that would have such a massive effect, worldwide. But furthermore, adding Doctors to the work force would not only increase the health of others but it would theoretically also positively impact the health of individuals who would now choose to become Doctors, as opposed to less healthy profession… in turn, making our society much healthier. So that’s what I mean… when I say, “alternative evolution,” or a way of life, that we haven’t chosen, that I think more people need to consider.

But… there that man goes again… saying that we should allow the homeless live in our abandoned homes. Quick, somebody censor the internet, before my parent’s social security runs out. #REALNEWS.

-William Larsen, Civilians News.