By Dan Coleman
Hello, Each and Every Reader. By reading this and/or any of the other articles about Isolation Moderation, a red hot potato has been dropped into your lap. Regardless of your decisions about the theory, the seed has been planted. Ideally, your perspective will have been altered in a manner that inspires reflection.
By now, every reader of the series knows:
- Isolation Moderation is a newly developed political theory that is fresh and not a rewrite of previous blunted thought.
- Isolation Moderation seems to be highly relevant and applicable to our current events and ways of living. It comes not a moment too soon.
- Isolation Moderation is bursting with potential as it opens doors to social improvements, an unsurpassed efficiency rating, and an unbelievable deliverable quality. It invites people at all levels in numerous circumstances to free their minds and imagine what is possible.
- Isolation Moderation is avant-garde in every way. It addresses every need yet dares to go where others refuse. It addresses issues most are unwilling even to discuss. It incriminates those responsible whomever they may be.
- Isolation Moderation is a political system that is both endearing and ideologically ingratiating. It is governance of the people for the people by the people though it is not capitalistic (revenue at any cost), dictatorial (my way or no way), parliamentary (unsuitable for commoners), nor socialistic (everyone lives the same). It is a world-class selfless ideology.
- Isolation Moderation has a global application and universal appeal. It transcends our current application of democracy, with a bent for western ideology.
What will you do with this red hot potato? Toss it to someone else, burning both of you? Or will you remove the foil, allow it to cool, and then to nourish yourself and others? The place to begin is not the king’s chambers or the Oval Office. It is in one’s own mind.
Neither the author of the book nor the political theorist developing the theory make the claim. Neither has anyone with whom I have spoken about the book or the theory mentioned it. No one dares say it though I suspect many think it. Nonetheless, the question remains as to whether the most profound outcome of embracing the theory will be a change, not only of mind, but also, of heart?