Over time I've observed in myself and in others that anger is often the manifestation of inertia or the lack of progress and achievement.
Those bogged down in the murk of life are most likely to be angry human beings.
There are two forms of anger insofar as human beings are concerned.
Group anger and personal anger.
These angers intersect in many ways but at various times influenced by various circumstances, events, feelings and triggered by anything.
This is a very deep subject that can only be thoroughly understood by a group of humans delving into and sharing their thoughts and feelings.
Group therapy is often used ineffectively in psychology. The number of members of the "human" group should be large enough to reach some consensus.
The demographics of various groups will vary by sex, age, etc etc and effect conclusions.
In today's world those who measure emotions use empirical data based on habits to establish patterns of behavior.
Happiness and anger both evoke various actions.
The inclination when you are either happy or angry is to do something.
Celebrate or emote.
Laugh, yell. cry.
However when you are laughing, yelling or crying you are also accomplishing nothing.
WE communicate with one another but often accomplish nothing of substance ... only the transferal of guilt and responsibility and blame.
This process of mutual intellectual destruction is the foundation of entertainment in the media. The intelligence of an audience as a whole is no more than the intelligence of the least capable members. Most Americans fall into the category of "same thinkers" who act alike.
There are categories of "same thinkers". They may be political categories or gender or age categories. In fact there are numerous categories of "same thinkers". The dominance of any one category or categories is based on the size of the group or category members.
Many categories are rolled up into larger categories.
This tends to happen when the focus is on large events such as a Presidential campaign.
The "purification" of results from large decisions such as elections requires homogenization of thought which is counter to what has been the conventional wisdom about elections.
Purification requires assembling thoughts across categories ... and anger is one of several important universal thoughts that can be harnessed.
Universal danger is unifying while universal solutions much less so.
Why is this?
because there are competing special interests within the realm of solutions. The interjection of freedom and various economic and religious and political realities separates the whole of humanity into warring factions.
Wars are not just military and the most devastating in loss of lives are the economic wars that are fought across the planet withing nations and in the world community at large.
There is the war of oil to illustrate an obvious example.
Economic wars are not fought with traditional weapons but with less obvious much more powerful tools such as the media.
The "rule of law" is itself a myth propagated and imposed upon the masses to avoid the global realization and truth, which is that they who make the laws break the laws ... and therefore those in power are never held accountable for what is wrong with law.
The insider trading law targeting members of congress is a recent and rare example of how laws are used to manipulate the masses.
How does something as appalling as legally sanctioned crime tailored to benefit an extremely small number of americans go undetected? and unharnessed?
It was no surprise that this law was swiftly corrected by the perpetrators (congress) once it gained public attention.
As always I ask you the reader to "think about it".
For a change ....