“It is only in the aspect of sheer disgust that one politician will reference upon his opponent, ‘That was not the correct thing to say.’ Yet, it was the correct thing to say. Their disgust only ever emanated from believing an ‘incorrect’ form of political notion, was told. It was yet the correct usage of words, for to say anything wrong as a politician, as a leader, would mean to tell truth.”– Modern Romanticism
Quote – “Why Character Matters Extremely Little for Politics” – 9/7/2020
“The only reason a scandal would target the fiercest at the politician, is because it strikes the heart. Character becomes the only thing berated, of the politician, when the scandal is caused. The heart is the symbol to the emotions. The mind is the symbol to logic. The body is the symbol to vulnerability of physical wounds.
All triviality to character, of a politician, becomes commonplace, when it is only noted upon those weak points being struck, related to their heart, or emotions. It is the cruelest tactic, since it takes the politician out of the political context, and for a moment, makes them human.”– Modern Romanticism
Quote – “The Idiocy in Refusing the ‘Ignorant’ Leader” – 8/29/2020
“If heart is what it takes to be a leader, then can this be taught?
What person can be taught, through schooling, to have a heart, to care for what they are about to govern? If such is impossible, then leadership cannot be centered around experience and knowledge. There is blatant idiocy in stating that a leader, who is ignorant, cannot be one. What does one wish? To ask the leader for an answer to the meaning of life, may as well be the next question to him.
Heart cannot be taught. To be ignorant on any other matter, has no importance for leadership.”– Modern Romanticism