Many are saying that society is breaking down. I don’t think that’s entirely true. There are pockets of chaos among the young, the sensitive, the ignorant, and the unimaginative; but there are still plenty of rational folk to go around. While these weak individuals jump on the bandwagon to partake in groupthink propaganda and rally to the cries of baseless accusations of racism, sexism and hate against one another; people are forgetting this has been a historical cycle. Every few decades, there collects a critical mass of weak individuals that bicker and fight amongst themselves about feelings and nonsense.
If you’re one of those individuals that’s surprised you got your face pushed in for wearing a Donald Trump t-shirt in a crowd of irrational angry Mexican-Americans, then you’re senses are at fault for not signaling to you the times we live in. Let me be the one to finally tell you, “You’re part of the weak”. Sure, you might think yourself brave for promoting a capitalist candidate in the center of brainwashed misplaced civil unrest that’s against what they believe to be the results of capitalism, but you must realize an angry hostile mob is full of ignorant people. The most dangerous people on the planet are the ones that would support Mao, just to avoid supporting Hitler. They believe they must make a choice, when in fact there is no choice to make. They don’t understand the world so they act out the only way they can be useful, as blunt instruments against each other. They are also part of the weak.
Usually, as a fact of mathematical principle, if you find yourself surrounded by the ignorant and irrational, it’s because you are appropriately grouped. Whether you support candidate-A or candidate-B; you’re a statist that’s already been fooled into believing you make a difference. And so many fall for the classic trap of naivety, believing people aren’t lying to you. I can call anyone a racist or a sexist but it wouldn’t make it true. And for others to assume an assertion is accurate without applying critical analysis to ascertain if the claim is true, and then to stand beside the propagandist and chant the same nonsense; they are now operating underneath their lie. People that cannot get the facts for themselves never become real leaders. They may be delegated various tasks, but they’re working under the lie of another.
The rioting will escalate and immoral criminal behavior will continue to be publicly rewarded by the other weak follower types. The people that bicker and fight with others over these trivial issues of self, personal choice and preference; are more of the weak that will destroy each other. You see these people plastering their narcissism all over social media worshipping their own cultural destruction. If they continue to have nothing to offer society, they will find themselves outside looking in. And once society has cleansed itself of its weak through these developing public spectacles of lunacy and violence; the strong will step up to repair the damage and make a lot of money doing real work helping the truly needy. Then it will start all over again.
But we must not build our houses on corpses. The weak have very little to offer society in the long term; all they bring is intolerance, hate and violence to otherwise civil proceedings. We do not want the stench of their short-sighted failure to interfere with tomorrows dreams. Hate Week begins.
The heavens cast cosmic bands of energy over the doings of humankind. On occasion it’s necessary to admit we’re powerless to the greater reactions of natural law, but one should never wholly submit to its inferred will. Swimming against the current is arduous and often asserted to be a foolish endeavor, but it would depend on what you’re swimming from. Perhaps that branch of the stream leads one off a cliffs edge to their doom. Sometimes metaphors and similes are baseless hyperbole. They’re chosen as clever phrases intended to impress and support an argument, but with the addition of further detail, one can easily circumvent the intended meaning of a given metaphor.
In reality, the previously mentioned metaphor about swimming with the current is intended to condition you to follow orders, rather than using your intellect to make decisions or waves. Police, for example, are required to adhere to protocol and military-like rules of engagement (RoE) that are haphazardly designed to escalate more scenarios toward violence. Better judgment would be to treat all people as individuals, rather than grouping the entire public into racially profiled boxes of preset interaction methodologies. But with the ever-decreasing IQ’s of individuals comprising the various departments with enforcement capabilities; they are less capable of making rational decisions, and it becomes easier for them to rely on preset reactions.
An example of my argument would be to pay attention to the increasing number of homicides perpetrated by police. Officers believe to be “following protocol” even as they fire sixteen bullets into people walking away from them, or open fire on a misidentified vehicle because they suspect the perpetrator is inside. Enforcement divisions are becoming conditioned and transformed into reckless gangs of brutish thugs, complete will “kill order” initiations from their department heads.
You’d like to think I’m being harsh, but I’ve seen a man choked to death for merely selling cigarettes and ignoring an officer. The officers know they’re being filmed and they persist to commit murder. And then they produce the excuses “I was following protocol” or “that’s what I was trained to do”, and they back it up with “I feared for my safety”, if they’re feeling exceptionally at fault. And they perform all of this without any remorse or emotion; purely apathetic.
Well.. If I strapped on a gun and wore a useless little metal shield and entered a hostile motorized gun club gang that sought danger all day, I might fear for my safety too. But what I wouldn’t do is amplify my aggressive behavior to a point where it causes excessive danger, limiting my options to the ultimate conclusion of killing the collar. That doesn’t help anyone. I’m not even that physically built but I can disarm an assailant of their knife without murdering them. I’m also not bad at reading a scenario and using communication to diffuse it.
The departments seemingly have these uniformed aggressors brainwashed into thinking they’re Jack Bower of 24, hot on the trail of deadly terrorists, and everyone is suspect. They’re locked into “fight or flight” mode where they make decisive actions to shoot first; then taser, torture and handcuff. This is, of course, all the media allows the public to see. There are still plenty of decent public servants, but their actions seldom make headlines and sell tickets to the main event.
But much like a work of fiction or fantasy, there really are individuals that operate in collusion and secrecy, that seek to control all facets of human existence. I believe their goal is to create a critical mass of dissidents to spur support for further federalizing and militarizing the police, then their goal of removing constitutional public protections will have an obedient enforcement structure in place to better quell a revolt against collective tyranny. This is what I believe because it’s clearly stated in the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, as is a page right out of the Agenda 21 playbook. These private interests wish to replace all systems with a scientific dictatorship where all real control is in the hands of a few technocratic elites. Proof of the reality of these long-term plans and sociopathic ideology can be found in the writings of James Warburg of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR, circa 1950), as well as several modern members of that same group.
A great deal of research and original writing has already occurred and been compiled on the topic of global dominance so I’ll direct you to a source of information that matches my similar discoveries. I don’t want to tell anyone how to live their life, but it’s important for everyone to realize there are a great many number of sociopaths that don’t practice a Golden Rule philosophy. These folks will seek positions of control, and they will do much harm to any that simply wish to live and let live.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock watching reruns of Growing up Gotti, you should have recognized the United States of America is headed toward damnation. You don’t have to believe in religion to feel the hairs stand on the back of your neck, and sense the country is in distress on the brink of entering a world war. The constant state of war perpetrated by the occupation in the US has served to bankrupt the nation of our morality, credit and competitive edge. We haven’t been #1 for at least a decade.
In order to sell the public a slavery worse than the current establishment, they must degrade the quality of living to the lowest of the bar scale, so the public would be open to their asserted “improvement” toward their world-wide technocratic scientific dictatorship.
Getting back to the topic of sensibility, there is a large and increasing number of callous folk in America. Just today I witnessed new Black Friday shopper videos displaying very dangerous and cruel social interaction. I witnessed a woman grab a vegetable steamer out of the hands of a young boy right in front of his mother; mama bear wasn’t having that and went ballistic on the woman that wouldn’t return the item even after being attacked. The thief screams at the woman, “Why are you being so oppressive?” If I didn’t know better, I might have thought the incident was staged. But every single individual of notice in the American Black Friday videos were of extremely low character, incapable or unwilling to objectively view the situation with sensibility, apply critical thinking or realize what they’re doing. It was a fanatical feeding frenzy, except the dregs were competing over boxed garbage to spend money they should instead be putting toward valuable resources to survive the coming crisis. These behaviors have been occurring and coming to the forefront of the news for several years now. These individuals are literally mindless.
I see, hear and sense this is the result of full-spectrum dominant programming on a drugged population. People who are aware of the conditioning can take steps to avoid it, but those that have their head up their ass or in the sand, will continue riding the bumper cars of emotional reaction. I don’t wholly blame them. It’s fun to ignore the world and constantly entertain yourself in a loop of immediate gratification behavior. However it’s extremely irresponsible to remain ignorant of the truth and causes. It also doesn’t help that a high percentage of the Christian faith has a death wish, and programmed to ignore real cures for common modern-day ailments.
I’ve been researching blood electrification. I’ve determined that it works, and there are Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests that prove it. Just spending fifteen minutes on the internet looking up a cure for cancer will lead you into blood electrification. But if someone has a subconscious death wish, there’s an idea in their head that forces them to ignore even the most obvious of supporting evidence that the cure is valid. Patients with a death wish will constantly look for flaws of character in people supporting the cure, and of course they’ll find flaws if they look for any; so they then transfer that negativity to the validity of the evidence, then discredit the cure in their mind. This all happens quickly but I’ve witnessed the process first hand in patients. And it’s really unfortunate because a person has to have their mind on board and optimistic of any treatment in order to aid bolstering their immune system to fight the disease.
There is a design to this world and its social orders that encourages people to behave irresponsibly. People have been conditioned to be strictly reactionary. It starts with the parents, which have now also mostly received similar programming, then it continues with compartmentalization and institutionalized schooling, and even continues on into college. That’s a huge part of someone’s life, and to be programmed from the beginning for so long to be reactionary, and not critical of their environment, there’s little opportunity for someone to recover that’s been indoctrinated and conditioned for that long.
I was always a rebellious individual and asked hard questions that caused teachers to think I was being a disruptive smart-ass. That was never my intention, as I’m an introverted personality and don’t draw much attention to myself. It wasn’t until college that I learned a great deal of my teachers throughout my education were authoritarian reactionaries with little to no idea what they were doing at any given time. College also taught me critical thinking; and after that, I became unstoppable with logical argument and debate. I began breaking down social processes and interactions and pointing out character flaws. This turned me into a very moral person, which was unfortunate because I had developed a pretty good set of skills for the dark-side. I have since let the bulk of my dark-side skills to become antiquated.
Being aware of the death wish behavior opens the door to empowerment. A lot of people have problems with harmful addictions. I don’t because I’ve recognized my reactive patterns and social triggers. Sound is still an area of difficulty for me because specific frequencies, patterns and vocals invoke memories and emotional responses. But I can recognize when this happens and remove my emotions from causing undesired reactions and apply my intellect to the problem. Again this is something that happens very fast and doesn’t interrupt anything I’m doing. If you haven’t already identified the techniques, I’m using some tools of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) to remove my reactive conditioning. I was lucky to never develop a death wish from religious programming but the television proved to be an effective weapon against me. I used to be one of those poor souls that would be lost to a group of socializing people if a television was playing in the room. That damage was easy enough to reverse. I simply stopped paying the cable bill or watching T.V. Now I’m more creative, productive and happier.
In summation, my goal is to inform people; maybe trigger some to question why they do the things they do. Questioning oneself is the beginning of a fantastic process of recovery. I can be very blunt and harsh, but it’s in the best interests of education to not moderate speech. Political-correctness is a hardcore weapon against communication and social development. It is the cause of a great many number of notable conflicts throughout history. And right now that weapon has a solid hold on many young and impressionable people across the nation. I’ve witnessed behavior much like that of the Red Guards of Maoist China of the mid 1960’s. There is no such thing as exceptionalism. America is repeating very dangerous historical patterns. The sooner we all see it, the sooner we can implement a solution instead of continuing as insensible reactionaries to the causes. If you have no idea what I’m writing about, then you are my target audience. Please don’t continue down the path most travelled, because we’ve seen where that leads.
The United States of America has become a corporatized self-interest entity. A country of collectivists, authoritarians and dictators. We are a nation of regulations upon regulations; where a free market hasn’t existed since the taxation of society and their operations. The issue has become tempered by time and we’ve been conditioned for it but taxation isn’t vital or even practical to progress. The reality is: taxation is an albatross upon the people. I will prove it through argument.
First understand that taxation is a socialist economic practice. The funds are collected from all people then distributed into a great many things that others use more than you. It’s a model for redistribution of wealth. That is a trendy term right now but the only time you can have corruption is when using intermediaries to decide how money or resources should be trafficked and used; hence you have collectivists and the creation of the state. Collectivists are individuals claiming that ‘the group’ has more right to power and process than any individual among them or anywhere. It’s their philosophy that people require to be managed. This is not to be confused with organization. A group may organize their efforts to have their will be done, that is fine and well; however it is the goal of collectivists to inflict that will upon those not party to their organization. This is a mild form of tyranny because they must use the guise of authority to force their will. And because of this alleged “service” to the public, they must be paid for their job. And all must pay regardless whether or not you’re directly affected by their actions. And they will force your compliance and use your money however they desire. Thus we have the corruption of these current days: closed-session deals, price-fixing, drugs/weapons/human trafficking, war profiteering, authoritarian intimidation, gag orders, murder, embezzlement, money laundering, loan sharking, bribery, obstruction of justice, and other forms of racketeering. These are common practices between government and organizations within its beltway of corruption. None of which would be possible without YOUR money.
And so.. collectivists fabricate positions of authority and management to direct actions, supposedly on behalf of the public; although you never see the white-collar working on the roadway. Any interested group of individuals could hire people to fix the roadway. A single man could follow directions on a bag of cement and repair a pothole. But the state has a monopoly on transportation and repair. Don’t ever let them catch you fixing something if you aren’t DOT certified, commissioned and micro-managed by acronymic regulatory boards of white-collared freeloaders.
Back to the issue at hand. Taxation and its effect on inflationary costs. Concerning the income tax.. if you generate more income, you pay more taxes. I’m not even discussing the percentages, I’m simply saying the outgoing unit value in taxation is higher if your income is higher. This is a constant and it’s important to understand the practice of compound taxation, which is where we are today. There are local, state and federal taxes; then there are common goods (sales), food, fuel, income, payroll, and property taxes. Some would say I have repeated tax burdens in the preceding list; I have not. They are each clearly separate with different tax percentages, therefore they are different taxes. For example, a fuel tax could be argued as a sales tax but it is a different rate and therefore separate. In some areas it has become illegal to barter goods or services because it’s arguably a manner to evade taxation; which they will of course tell you is criminal. I assure you bartering is not immoral but according to the collectivists’ code books, it may be classified as a fineable offense and subject to recompense.
It doesn’t take a degree in economics to understand that taxation is a burden on society that arrests community development and social progress. It could take months to get a bump in the road fixed by a collectivist statist model bickering over how to spend your money; whereas a small group of able-bodied individuals that drive that road daily could buy the needed repair products and make an afternoon of it. Then you might say, no one has time to do anything like that between their jobs. Nonsense, because without the burden of taxation, there is no loss of time from needless record-keeping for taxes you don’t have to struggle and waste time to pay. You work your job and get paid then at your leisure you put that money back into your community immediately where it needs it, without overregulated bureaucracy and burdens of paying third parties huge chunks of your money. The free market economy will flourish and collectivist corruption models will disappear because interrelation among trading parties is self-regulated by reputation and common law practice.
Oh but that’s such a scary idea because what about insurance, pensions, social security and retirement?
Insurance is nearly a complete Charles Ponzi-style racket, and in many instances its mandatory and serves to hike up the price of the services it’s issued for. Pensions are derived from your employer withholding money from you, in the hopes you will die before they can pay you the total sum. Ultimately they could file bankruptcy and you’d be fucked. Social security is a mandatory socialist money redistribution model that’s highly mismanaged into fraudulent activity; not to mention that the SS number is a continually exploited security risk concerning identity and property. Social Security is allegedly insured and backed by government, but everyone else is paying for it, whether they bought into it or not. Retirement is the action of not working anymore but you’re going to still require money for food and care once you stop working; no doubt necessitating these taxed money schemes. But people forget that if you didn’t have the tax burden or let middle-men mismanage your money, you would have more than enough saved for your retirement and healthcare. Not to mention you would have enough money to be eating healthier throughout your work years, thus negating most of your late-life care costs.
Insurance is an assurance to pay, institutions like hospitals and lawyers know this so they raise the cost of the procedures of operation because there is a definite source of payment. Of course the regulatory boards allow this immoral and fraudulent behavior because all money is taxable income. Consider the fact that even outlawed activities like soliciting prostitution is legal if it’s renamed and taxable. Whores are no longer arrested if they solicit for an escort agency, but they’re still prostitutes. That may not be a palatable pill to swallow but it’s the truth. I personally don’t have criminal concerns about drugs or prostitution; let adults do what they like with their bodies. So really institutions like government, cares not for common moral law or even the well-being of its people; but they’ll deceive and manipulate to chase your dollar all the way into the pit if it serves their collective.
This is not the result of society or the practice of capitalism. Remember that capitalism is merely the belief that one can own something; property. Even the billionaires of the planet would have nothing without capitalism. They certainly control more land than most but it’s arguable if even the rich own their lands. That is, of course, if you understand the true meaning of ownership. Even the US land deeds claim the holders as tenants. The land is quite possibly owned by the Crown from old English banking cartels much like those which operated under the name of The Virginia Company many centuries ago. With the help of clever wording from the British Accredited Registry (BAR), the Crown has managed to fool everyone into residing on their land as long as they pay their rent (tax). It is often said that “possession is 9/10 of ownership”. Perhaps that is because the remaining 10% is the tax imposed by the true owner.
“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”
– Benjamin Franklin
This is a troubling quote for many but old Benjamin obviously had a sense of humor. Of course taxes are not certain because you can certainly go without paying taxes. Those that don’t understand logic will argue this as a truth from there and back, but they don’t consider that Benjamin was pointing out the problem of the practice of taxation. Certainly there is no record of one escaping death, but taxation..? Because people have taken this so seriously, the practice of taxation has become the driving force of new slavery; enforced by militarized groups of mercenaries working for the greed and corruption of third parties. That threat is beyond anything we’ve ever seen before; far surpassing the threat of force at the muzzles of the British in pre-revolutionary war.
Today a war like that could never take place because people are not empowered by true independence. The mental conditioning and dependency on the state has overwhelmed too many. People are scattered and disorganized in their politics and will not take a stand against even what they know in their heart is wrong because it isn’t normal behavior to be free of collectivist burdens. Most people are impressionable, ignorant, weak and slow. They have little willpower outside their accustomed programmatic slave labor, and they’re ruined by behavioral faults. There is very little honor among the public of city life because they’re pioneers of the system that enslaves them. They are ultimately robots programmed to be a part of a system they grow to hate. There’s very few human infrastructure in your vision of paradise for a reason. People ultimately know that cities are where the slaves toil and work for each other. The food is overly-processed garbage, the medical industry dispenses liver-destroying toxic waste and the taxes are two-fold. It’s great for spending money with friends as a vacation from what is normal; as long as your ‘normal’ is a peaceful quiet plot of land in a temperate climate away from others, where you can focus on living in harmony with the environment with little to no money.
No. Taxes are not certain. Our forefathers fought tooth and nail to be free from the fees of middle-men and succeeded, albeit for a short period of time. Freedom from the burden of taxation can be accomplished, though many unsavory elements of collectivist societies would no doubt perish in the process of restoring that freedom. Taxation is a long running scam whereby the entire modern infrastructure of government relies on its continued enforcement. I believe I’ve truly become an anarchist, but I at least realize that anarchy is a phase of transition to another form of organization. Organization is autonomous because people form a society for obvious benefits of interaction and ability. People can have community, organization and a functional society without the burden of government middle-men. The proof is obvious. Our species has existed to the point where we created collectivist taxation models, certainly not operating on them previously. Trade can occur without regulation. In fact, the beauty of the blossoming free market relies on the principle of no regulation.
Ideally.. People are to trade goods and services voluntarily with whomever they wish; without middle-men, regulatory boards and mandatory inclusion to programs. That’s where independence lies. I’m not of any illusions that reverting to a free society could be accomplished without physical conflict. We must take the freedom back by force, because there is no reasoning with a collectivist. They will always have you under their thumb included in some form or another. And with inclusion comes the costs and burdens of the many. The flaw of the collectivist mindset is their unreasonable archaic philosophy that all must make sacrifices for everyone. It is also their weakness, as major proponents of collectivist practices often exemplify the double-standard of their argument. They are horrible people. The political arena of liars displays these behavioral flaws callously; regularly caught lying, being hypocritical and practicing double-standards. Evil cannot escape its true nature and the moral can spot the demon easily.
Greed is a fascinating flaw. It has caused the most developmental harm to society. It’s as if the mother of America has taken thalidomide with a side order of depleted uranium. The damage is done and all we can do is hope some of us can still create a pure future. Every day I discover it’s the most horrible of days as I read new stories of the unreasonably insane dictating new law and practice. I will not allow this to continue. It may take lustrums or decades but I will find a way to extinguish the practices of collectivism and restore the freedom of voluntary participation at least for myself, if not for all that I care. It may simply be a matter of informing the right people of my experience and analysis of these systems of control and domination, or it could take much more. I feel it’s the duty of moral people to maintain an orderly society; one without the packaged corruptions of mandatory involvement or monopolies. I don’t think they’ve given us much choice and ultimately it will be at the advent of their destruction that we will begin to relearn responsibility and have peace.
The term “liberal” has been redefined from repeated ignorant misuse. But as far as it’s used today, liberalism is a counter-culture movement of morally bankrupt individuals poisoned and conditioned by the state to depend on the state; used as a vehicle for change more than for progress. Liberals are self-centered uninformed, or otherwise stubborn, types of dependents that don’t want others exercising freedoms they themselves are frightened to exercise. They are truly micro-managing authoritarian cowards favoring a communist state control model even when they do not self-identify as such. For example: They don’t have or like guns so they require illegal legislation to keep others from having them. You know.. For the Greater good.
Liberalism is like a popularity pageant where no one outside their clique cares for the contest, and the winners are the most deviant sycophants. They are quite an illogical and irrational bunch that believe individuality is the core problem in societal relations. They don’t give much credence to “conspiracy theories” or any other type of analytical thinking that would require a triple digit intelligence quotient. Liberals have poor reasoning skills and may become irate when their arguments are opposed with logic. They fall all over each other about being pacifists, as if that were a characteristic to be proud of; meanwhile they are the first to lie, steal, cheat, rape and attack others because they are control freaks at heart that value deception and manipulation above consent and personal choice.
So, you’ve asked what I call the misnomer of modern liberalism.
Merely knowing the truth will define you as a rebel.
I often got into arguments with teachers that would tell us things that were conjecture. I would mention other sources and perspectives and it would greatly annoy public school faculty. I persisted all through high school with this ‘rebellious nature’, but not because it annoyed them. I didn’t have a behavioral problem, I was merely informed otherwise about the historical events they were inculcating. Without even knowing about the terminology of “bias” or its meaning, I would debate the sources and the intent. To this day, I recall the inside of the principal’s office more than the classrooms, with the exception of one taught by someone also applying common sense to critical thinking during his class.
It’s not so much a big deal that one student would have to conform to untruths to pass a test. They ultimately didn’t care if I passed or failed, they simply wanted my obedience to the narrative. But my arguments were logical and valid and fellow students began asking the same types of questions. This would spur debates and they couldn’t have that happening because people might actually work out the truth. On many occasions I was ‘disrupting the class’ and asked to either quit with the ‘silly questioning’ (an attempt to discredit me) or sit in the hall.
In one incident of social studies (history class) during my sophomore year, I pointed out that the new edition of the textbook directly contradicted the statements of the previous year’s edition on several matters. This was a different teacher for that grade but when I presented the examples of the inconsistencies, I was told I would be graded from the new edition. I thought to myself, “yes of course, but..” She didn’t recognize the concerning issue I was presenting, it went right over her head that there’s misinformation, or perhaps malicious disinformation in the text. It was only several years ago that I realized that back in 1995, much of the faculty was already likely outright proponents of collectivism. I gave them the benefit of the doubt, and I was naive to think they didn’t see what was happening. I realize I had no business being in public school.
Today, the propaganda and groupthink psychology in the public school scene is far more severe and effective. It’s staggering to consider the increase in the use of fear-mongering to indoctrinate the young toward collectivist philosophies. They are conditioned to believe that all they see around them, the progress, and everything they have to be thankful for is because of their government; instead of the truth that it’s simply the product of individual ingenuity. There are those that took the freedom to create instead of merely consume.
Today the system is designed in such a manner to create debt; forcing many into a form of enslaved subjugation. The taxes, zoning and fines serve as tools to specifically target individual ‘owners’ of property. If the damaging philosophy that ‘people don’t own themselves’ doesn’t get adopted; on a long enough timeline, the collectivists can suck all the money out of your family and take everything you have. This must happen incrementally, otherwise it is generationally apparent. It is already apparent that it’s extortion but they profess to be authoritative specialists of law and justice when it’s simply a monopoly. Ultimately, collectivists would have totalitarianism if they could get it; they just might if we do nothing.
Over the recent months I’ve done a lot of research and writing for my next book. My focus is on morality. In my studies I have found many disturbing articles, reports and videos of misconduct from the executive branch right on down to select local police departments and individuals. Something all these people seem to share is a lack of respect for others. They are rude.
The best criminals I’ve ever seen are wearing suits or uniforms. They are the best criminals because they commit heinous crimes against their fellow countrymen but are seldom met with punishment for these crimes. These suits and uniforms are exempt from the laws they are tasked with governing and enforcing. This creates a rift in society. There is a hard division forming between the public and the professed government. When approaching a citizen on the street, or in a restaurant, or at their work, or in the general public; they can be engaged and spoken to without social discomfort. The same cannot be said when dealing with the suits and many uniforms of government. Certainly they have a code of conduct to follow, but how does that exclude the common courtesies they would extend to their mother or father? I can’t see a cop ripping their mother from a vehicle if she began asking questions about why she was stopped. And I can’t see two officers tasering their father when he pulls his arm away because they began grabbing at him when he exited the passenger door upon their request.
All persons are to be treated with respect until they give you a reason otherwise. I am noticing with more frequency police initiating assault. It is important to understand what assault means. Assault is a physical attack ‘or the threat of a physical attack’. Depending on circumstances, forms of assault can also be “battery”, or “aggravated assault” when weapons are used at varying degrees during an attack. And depending on the severity of the attack this could also lead into a whole slew of new charges about attempted murder and manslaughter; all of which law enforcement is seemingly immune to being charged with. What good are laws if only selected parties must abide?
Something has happened to the brains of these authoritarian individuals. It takes a particular type of person to assault strangers, and call it their job. I’m not talking about the armed forces like the Army or the Corps; with them, the recipients of their assaults have the courtesy of knowing they’re at war. No. I’m talking about police electrocuting and paralyzing random people inside the USA because they challenged the officers reasoning with a question and can’t understand the other cop that yells with a lisp in a southern accent. I have seen and read hundreds of these incidents, and about 20-30 new reports can be seen each week by cycling through the public reporting sites exposing this misconduct. And nothing is being done to lessen the spread of this behavior. We are instead giving these uniformed hooligans more powerful armored vehicles like MRAP’s. Meanwhile, by dictatorial decree, the executive branch of government is banning body armor, firearms and ammunition for the public; yet organizations of government and militarized police are exempt from such regulations.
We need to begin focusing on the violent nature of our police officers and why they’re misdirecting their hostilities toward the benevolent citizenry. I believe this behavior was exacerbated (if not started) by the “War on Drugs”, more of a war on the people, which has always been about removing our freedom of choice. Coincidentally, wars are great at growing an empire and extending the reach of an organization.
There has always been bad cops. Some places have a monopoly on “justice”, and they do things as they see fit. Small towns with a limited number of people able to make change to the system has a lot of bad to go wrong, especially when people stop caring for the community. But now the corruption from greed, hate and fear has spread to upper management of the major departments in big cities too. This is epidemic and no one is safe. It used to be media would report on these matters and there would be investigations and it would be a big deal. Now there is so much misconduct that society has become acclimated to hearing about such matters and there is no shock value, or they fantastically rationalize that somehow the victims deserved the mistreatment. Either way, it is less profitable for broadcasting as news.
A slight digression: For the first decade of my life, I grew up in a town that was rampant with narcotic use. I didn’t know then to what extent but found out later after moving away. I always knew to stay away from select neighborhoods because of their conditions. It was an old thread mill town with a bad heroin epidemic. You could find needles along the path between buildings in the downtown areas. I knew about drugs like heroin and how bad it was; the point is this: Whether heroin is illegal or not is of no concern to me. I’m simply educated enough to know it’s a burden and a health tax. Heroin being illegal certainly didn’t remove it from the environment, not while operations were underway by government assets to ship and distribute it to Hometown, USA; that’s another argument. Obviously the goal of ‘The War’ is less about curbing behavior and more about growing an enforcement organization.
We are now faced with an occupying force in the executive branch that controls hundreds of billions of shadow assets, is backed by foreign banking interests, capable of buying every single person in the legislative branch by favor or overt coercion. We have private contractors operating under secretive quasi-military clearances throughout various American cities, the constitutional basis of law is openly voided by the NAU agreement, the country is divided into FEMA regions, in a quiet state of emergency, under martial law, with an illegal CIA shill dictator ruling under rhetoric of democracy, meanwhile churning out executive orders unrelated to public legislation. And we have managed to piss off every single country on the planet by either invading them or ignoring their sovereignty in another manner. The worst part of this is the establishment repeatedly lied successfully to most of its population, and convinced some they want tyranny.
Congratulations America! This is the wild west. Law is no more. There is only force. Surviving in the wake of the suspension of common law will be an achievement. From what I know of history my advice is as follows:
Educate yourself about water filtration, basic nutrition and natural remedies to common conditions. Have a small stockpile of healthy food, and learn some about gardening in this age of depleted and contaminated soil. Stay clear of seasonal vaccinations, they’re sold for profit and weaken your immune system. Arm yourself. Find at least one rifle system, not too exotic, and learn it. Go to ranges, learn how to proficiently operate your weapon. Repetition will build confidence. Find someone that reloads ammunition and set up an arrangement if you can’t buy the ammo you need. Make allegiances with many people (not involved in government) that you can trust. Study tradecraft, social triggers (persuasion and dual meanings), cryptography, and message handling; discuss and employ these techniques with your allegiances. Learn not to rely on digital technology, as it will always be used against the public before it’s used to their benefit. Stay out of the crosshairs of government and away from the justice system. Keep family close because sometimes that is all that can help you. If you can avoid it, don’t live in large cities. Plan an exit strategy from your residence and out of town in case of an emergency. Find a supplemental source of cash income that you can avoid declaring to be taxed. Barter as much as possible, favors for favors and product for product. Follow the golden rule of conduct; free yourself from the anxiety of following every written law, rule and ordinance. Ignore their tyranny as your safety persists.
It will likely take several years to organize, especially when it concerns building trust relationships, but I believe there is another decade of despotic incrementalism before a critical mass of support is reached for a successful revolt toward restoring balance. I hope some can find this editorial helpful. I do care about all of us. I want as many people as possible to understand the dangers we face as a nation. Things are bad, and I believe they’re going to get worse, but we will see our way through this when we educate ourselves and unite in purpose.
Legislative changes are unavoidable in a democracy. People who are content with their current liberties feel they can do nothing and maintain comforts while people who aim to remove freedoms are busy organizing and voting. This is the nature and relationship between people and democracy. It’s a practice of mild authoritarianism distributed across the doers of a society. The remaining population relaxes and allows the will of the doers to become law; finding their freedoms incrementally diminished. Such is the explanation of the decline of apathetic societies containing decadent folks. Dictators and active participants of the legislative processes set the rule, and the rest get the stick. So it’s important to understand the reasoning why an inalienable standard of law and liberty among all people should be enforced and defended. Because democracy is a parasite that always kills its host.
Certainly the democratic process works for a reasonable amount of time. Societies have always felt comfortable with the idea and practice of voting for an outcome that would impact their environment. On the surface it sounds like a really good solution to determine the future of changes. But this system, like any system, is no exception to fallibility by the will of hackers. Psychologists have proven that when people are presented with a problem, more often than not, they will take the easy way out of it. The government complex has understood this human weakness for centuries and incrementally polarized the democratic process between two targets; republicans or democrats (Red vs. Blue). Both groups are “parties”; exactly as they are called, neither have any real critical thinkers among them and cannot function individually. Even if someone did, they will discredit their own if one goes outside partisanship. Ultimately, there has to be a manager for each party that sets the direction based on polling and the public atmosphere. Don’t misunderstand what I mean here. I’m simply saying both parties work together and the polling information is important to reformat Red and Blue talking points to effectively divide the nation. All of this is designed by the will of the corrupt.
Back to the psychology problem.. The voting systems of this time exploit the human inclination to choose easier solutions by having what they call a “Straight Party Vote”. This is effectively the easy-out for people that know very little of the candidates, yet wish to “GO VOTE” because it’s their right. Yes, people can actually go to the voting machine and hit a button marked ‘Vote Democrat’ and their ballot is automatically filled out. This practice betrays everything that is good about choice. What good is making choices if you have not a clue about the effects of your actions, or if your voting options are limited to horrible candidates. Choices between ones that don’t listen and ones that always lie aren’t real choices. If you wouldn’t vote for any of the selections, then perhaps the democratic process isn’t working for you. And I haven’t even begun to discuss the rampant fraud of these systems, the absence of real representation or the threat of corrupting forces. I will speak of these later.
Another common oversight with the democratic process is that people vote for what they want, and don’t concern themselves with the wants of others. This is a core flaw with the collectivist model. Being selfish is one thing but imposing your will on your neighbor is definitely repressive. Here’s a simple argument. If you don’t like guns, don’t own one. The moment you vote against the freedom of your neighbors to make those decisions for themselves is the day you become illiberal; undemocratic and restraining the freedom of others. The obvious irony of this particular argument is that the party calling themselves the “Democratic Party” champions the illegal action to disarm Americans; removing the public ability to choose for themselves. That’s not freedom. It is, however, the motions of authoritarians evolving toward totalitarianism. In fact, the majority of the effects of the legislative process is shockingly undemocratic regardless of party.
There is no solution to this problem. Democracy is still a collectivist model and will always bring societal ruin unless it is limited in how it is applied. Gee whiz, if only we had a masterful governing document written by the people that allowed all people particular unalienable rights while limiting the legislative powers of the senate and congress as well as the authority of the executive branch. That would be something I’d want to read.