Power Over Others Axiom | The POO Page


The POO (Power Over Others) Axiom states:

Power Over Others (POO) Makes POOpers Corrupt and Stupid Too…

None of us are immune to the effects of POO (Power Over Others)

Eventually POO moves from corrupt and stupid into just plain evil.

No one is qualified to rule or own us. No individual and no collective.

Imagine how government services can work just like a grocery store.

Of if you want to create a nightmares, imagine grocery stores working like politics.

Have you heard candidates who say, “Give Me the POO” and they will protect us from central planning and the corruption and stupidity of Politics, once they control it.

The POO Corollary concludes:

If you want to make saints and geniuses corrupt and stupid, give them POO>

Or in other words, Elect, Appoint, or Make Their Opinion Mandatory in any form…


What would happen to our views of the Covid-19 world, if we remembered the POO Axiom and POO Corollaries after hearing politicians and media report their point of view?

Will these historical observations help us understand what’s going on and why? Can we imagine what we might learn is we question political edicts and political logic that flip flop on:

  • What to do and what not to do, like wearing face masks?
  • Social distancing?
  • Is Covid-19 growing or disappearing?
  • Are stories about Covid-19 all based on faulty PCR tests?
  • Why do hospitals, clinics, and doctors offices get paid more when they call any illness with respiratory complications Covid-19 instead of calling it flu?
  • Why does CDC report no flu deaths?

If you’re not familiar with political logic, it means say whatever is necessary to get, keep, and increase power over others. This generally includes what was called The Bid Lie by Hitler in his book “Mein Kampf.”

The Big Lie states:


“The Triumph of Stupidity,” “fundamental cause of the trouble is that in the modern world the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent are full of doubt.” Bertrand Russell on the rise of Hitler and other tyrants…

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Science is what we think we know. Innovation is what happens when we question what we know. Therefore imagine a world where we question more and doubt what we think we know. TheFreedomPlot.com