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TIME's new cover in Asia: The Umbrella Revolution. Photograph by Xaume Olleros–AFP/@gettyimages
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#TIMEDISPATCH Admiralty, Hong Kong, Oct. 1, 2014. Students sit in the middle of Queensway Road as a deadlock continues between pro-democracy protesters and the Hong Kong government over the right to vote. "I’ve lived more than half my life in Hong Kong," says photographer Nicole Tung, "but never thought I’d see the day when main roads are deserted in one section of town, only to be bustling with protesters in the next...out in the thousands, in a territory that belongs to China." Photograph by Nicole Tung for TIME. To see TIME's full coverage visit time.com
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antarcticpanda : 即便我们不愿意承认,民众的整体智力水平是很低的,多数人是无知和无能的,而且容易受蛊惑和摆布。政治家想欺骗和利用他们都不需要说假话,只需要告诉真相的 一部分就足以让他们兴奋,惶恐,忍耐或绝望。多数人具备的知识和思维算不上系统知识和严密思维,他们具备和仰仗的不过是一些观点,而且还是未经深思熟虑的 观点和错误的观点。
antarcticpanda : 看似智慧无穷的民众只具备基本的社会经验和道德直觉。他们关注的是触手可及的利益而非是他们模糊不清的原则。他们的短视,自私和浮躁很容易被无理的牟利者或野心家利用。相比于可以赋予运作政府权力的政治家,不成熟的民众一旦直接获得操控政治的权力就会迅速变成集体暴君。
antarcticpanda : 所以,政治家或者有志成为政治家的人需要做的是让民众过上好日子而不是训练他们成为永远不可能成为的哲学家。政治家和准政治家们不需要让他们开启他们的民智让他们思考——因为他们是不可能做到的。他们只能努力让民众富起来,发展科技和教育,以及在这个过程中让民众以及民众的孩子们尽可能的快乐,哪怕是傻笑,但毕竟是笑。
antarcticpanda : 至于深入民众和学习民众,与其说是向他们学习,毋宁说是倾听他们,了解他们,利用他们进而造福他们。政治家从民众身上不可能学到太多行之有效政策和出类拔萃的意见,幸运的话会获得一些灵感——就像读书一样,但是最终有效可执行的方案还要靠政治家自己。
antarcticpanda : 想 更好的服务你服务的人,你就要深刻了解,准确掌握,恰当利用他们的弱点和优势。政治家和准政治家们听民众的诉求和观点,而通过这些民众只能得知民众能够为 民众做些什么,政治家会知道民众处于哪个层次知道如何与民众打交道,知道民众身上有哪些优缺点可以利用,利用民众自己不能利用的优势和弱点来过上更好的生 活。政治家们不能随时公然运用自己的理性,但是政治家们会积极朝着这个方向去努力,而在这个方向的过程中政治家就要学会如何用利用每个人身上都存留的粗 俗,无赖,暴虐和愚钝,更要学会对我们嗤之以鼻的一切妥协,隐忍和欺骗。
antarcticpanda : 比 起一个看起来忠厚老实但是碌碌无为的庸人,民众更无法接受一个坦承会欺骗甚至会蔑视民众智力的能人。民众宁可放弃稳步提高的现实,也要活在充满期待的幻 想。比起些许生活进步的诱惑,民众更憎恨的持久自尊心的挫伤。对于优秀的政治家来说,这些丑陋的美德是心照不宣的共识,也是口头避讳的真理,是陈年积累的 心得,是治国富民的技巧。在你死我活的政治江湖,这柄神刀出神入化。
antarcticpanda : 有 些人有神刀在手成了大侠,有些人成了大盗。面对民众,两者在获取权力的过程中只分强弱,无分对错。那么政治家和野心家的区别呢?如何具体筛选野心家和政治 家则是另一个话题,如何避免野心家更是另一个老生常谈的话题。但是可以肯定的是把两者区分开来的不是手段而是目的。我们需要有效的制度和教育不断筛选出合 理的人,但是在面对真实的民众和丑陋的社会的时候,政治家必须召之即来,来之能战,战之能胜。
antarcticpanda : 这一点上美国就做的很好,一群极高智商带着一群人玩
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TIME's political columnist, Joe Klein, is traveling through the American south ahead of this November's midterm elections to gain insight on the country's character, culture and issues that will affect voters. Currently in Mississippi, Joe held a town-hall style meeting at the New Hope First Baptist Church in Greenville, Miss. on Sept. 29, 2014, where he shared barbecued T-Bone steaks with the 25 people in attendance. This week, Joe will continue through the Mississippi Delta towards Louisiana and on to Arkansas and Kentucky. Photograph by Daymon Gardner (@daymongardner) for TIME. To follow Joe's road trip and find out how to meet him along the way, visit time.com
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corafreeland : Hope ur article not as miss quoted as this steak picture. Its from doe's eat place in greenville ms.
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Hong Kong police fired tear gas as tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators brought parts of the city to a standstill on Sept. 28, 2014, in a dramatic escalation of protests that have gripped the semi-autonomous Chinese territory for days. The protest erupted after Beijing rejected demands that Hong Kong’s highest officeholder, the Chief Executive, be directly elected from candidates nominated by the city’s 3.5 million eligible voters and not chosen by an election committee composed of oligarchs and pro-Beijing figures. Photograph by Xaume Olleros (@xaumeolleros)—AFP/@gettyimages). See TIME's full coverage on time.com
arafat.ug : 新疆网络和短信封锁了一年我都没说什么,哎,你们能不能和平的一起交流,看看甘地传吧,很多东西不是靠暴力可以解决的。
abbottlammm_ : @innovativec 說話尊重點 香港人零武裝豈可跟拿着汽油鐵枝的人相比
innovativec : @abbottlammm_ 警察也是你们香港人,相煎何太急,大家都是为了混口饭吃… 不管有没有武装,肯定是闹事的人冲突野蛮在前… 赶快回去多读点书吧,香港已经不是以前的香港,大陆已经不是以前的大陆… 世界在变的,港灿…
bernicew_ : 謝謝大陸人支持香港
bernicew_ : @innovativec 謝謝你的話特顯自己的愚昧 在籠裡出生的鳥認為飛翔是一種病 我理解
innovativec : @bernicew_ 就香港人见得市面多,有追求😂😂 香港人的优越感还是有的,我们大陆人就是土鳖你懂你们的民主…
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innovativec : 从不避讳香港人骂我们大陆人乡下仔,土… 我们确实就是比不上你们… 我是为你的“殖民情怀” 宁做二等公民的思想感到可悲,希望西方干爹们能够真的好好照顾你们… 要是没有大陆对你们在经济上的支持,香港的今天又会成何样… 做人要懂得感恩,还有知足常乐…
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Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski spends his days making images high above lakes, orchards, beaches, and other landscapes. Through his work, Kowalski embraces two life-long passions: flying and photography. Pictured here, waste water is pumped out from the gas-fired Zeran power plant in Bialoleka, Poland. (Photograph by Kacper Kowalski—@panospictures) See the full story on lightbox.time.com
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dalejorex : Isnt this pics a ecological warning? What's our thrists for oil taking us too fare with the enviroment?
wesatthere : I think that's very toxiv to water/environment!!!
teeeecash : Looks like a very large yellow frog!
michaelcoynephotographer : Beautiful composition, like it a lot
vlippon : Watch people of a feather documentary
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Lightning strikes over the sea along the coast of the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, during an evening thunderstorm on Sept. 24, 2014. (Photograph by Hector Retamal—AFP/@gettyimages) See the full gallery of TIME's pictures of the week on time.com
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“Our country is made for long trips,” celebrated photographer Stephen Shore once mused, a statement proven true in The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip published by @aperturenyc next month. Interstate highways helped mobilize and mix Americans as never before, and a national monoculture slowly overtook regional subcultures. The Open Road explores Americana through the work of photographers such as Shore, Inge Morath, Joel Meyerowitz, William Eggleston, and many more. (Photograph by Inge Morath—@magnumphotos). See the full story on lightbox.time.com
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mrslshare : We, Hong Kongers, are not Chinese. We are not racist. We believe all ethics and genders should be treated equally and fairly. However, we are black-labeled. We are defending our citizenship. We are fighting for a fair, equal, free and democratic society. Local citizens and Hong Kong is being invaded by both Chinese (PRC citizens) and China. We seek your attention.
mrslshare : Local citizens and Hong Kong is being invaded by both Chinese (PRC citizens) and China. We seek your attention. Because Chinese are enjoying advantages on our immigration policies than other nationalities. Our democratically elected political representative was kicked out by police from a council. Import poisoned food from China by lowering food safety standard. Using brain-washing material and mandarin to replace our civil education and Cantonese. Overwhelming of Chinese citizens changes our lifestyle. Our freedom and democracy are being suppressed by governments.
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New York Yankees' Derek Jeter jumps after hitting the game-winning single against the Baltimore Orioles in the ninth inning of the last home game of his career, at Yankee Stadium in New York City on Sept. 25, 2014. The Yankees won 6-5. (Photograph by Julie Jacobson—AP) See the full gallery of TIME's pictures of the week on time.com
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South African photographer Mikhael Subotzky and British artist Patrick Waterhouse have documented the surreal demise of Ponte City, Africa's largest residential building in Johannesburg, for the better part of six years. The 54-story skyscraper has gone through cycles of decay and rebirth, giving Subotzky and Waterhouse many opportunities to document the changing lives of Ponte City's residents, as well as the living existence of the building itself. This photograph by Mikhael Subotzky (@kalesub) and Patrick Waterhouse, courtesy of @goodman_gallery, shows a part of the duo's goal of capturing a view from every single window inside the monstrous structure. See the full story on lightbox.time.com
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reveredman : I love it because knowing what life is in other countries, how they live and what they do day to day, shows were not all that different. Even the impoverished enjoy time with family and the chances to relax. There is also a lot going on social-economically as well...
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Gillian Flynn's novel "Gone Girl" has sold over 8.5 million copies since it was published in 2012. The story gets at an essential truth about the limits of intimacy: however close you get, you can never know everything about your partner. "Gone Girl" became a way for people to think and talk about relationships, but its resonance went beyond that. In the age of social media, we are all more than ever invested in creating and maintaining fictional personas for others to consume. The film version of "Gone Girl," starring Ben Affleck, premieres on Friday at the New York Film Festival and nationwide on Oct. 3. Photograph by Daniel Shea (@danielpshea) for TIME. Read our interview with the author in this week's issue of TIME Magazine.
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