Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Libya, Government Coercion, Repudiation of Authority


"It is natural for man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren till she transforms us into beasts...For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth, to know the worst, and to provide for it."

- Patrick Henry (American Patriot, 1736-1799)

As unrest spreads across the Middle East like an unruly sandstorm, confusion has been the only victor thus far. In what started as another desperate attempt by the moneyed powers to move closer to the New World Order police state they have prophesied, the reins slip from their grasp more and more each day. As powerful as international finaciers like George Soros and other globalist forces are, just because they are able to foment revolution does not mean they can control it every time once the ball gets rolling. Everybody reacts differently and those variables are almost impossible to control completely.

Politicians and pundits will shout their pledges to solve the problems. Their diatribes, however, perpetuate the myths and illusions that prevent any semblance of individual freedom from ever increasing. Eventually, people see through their lies and the so-called "protection" offered by government. The established order offers only the solutions which guarantee their tyranny through the current paradigm of fiat money run by a central bank overlord. In a system such as these, men are subjected to the whims of despots and war mongers. As economic situations worsen, coercion by government is less disguised and less discussed. The more blatant the coercion by government, the less people will want to be controlled- by anybody....ever.

In Libya, Colonel Qaddafi ordered the bombing of civilian protesters this week. Libyan war planes and helicopters bombed and shot people about every twenty minutes. Some pilots defected to Malta as the country has slid into a full-blown war zone. Mercenaries have been called in by Qaddafi to fight the protesters. Yesterday, Qaddafi gave a rambling speech essentially declaring war on the Libyan people.

Though the international banking cartel and their political puppets cheered the uprisings in Egypt and other Arab states, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called the bloodshed in Libya "completely unacceptable." See, according to Clinton, acceptable bloodshed can be found in Afghanistan where U.S. soldiers murder civilians nightly and rarely hit high-value targets. Acceptable bloodshed is the hiring of mercenaries by the thousands to represent America and get paid by America to murder civilians, prostitute young boys to warlords, and act as agents provocateur.

"What is evil? Killing is evil, lying is evil, slandering is evil, abuse is evil, gossip is evil, envy is evil, hatred is evil, to cling to false doctrine is evil; all these things are evil. And what is the root of evil? Desire is the root of evil, illusion is the root of evil."

-Buddha (Hindu Prince Gautama Siddhartha, 563-483 B.C.)

The order to massacre the protesters by Qaddafi and the Bahrain Royals may seem despotic and the work of madmen but in actuality, every government will say they reserve the right to rule in the fashion they see fit. Just this week law enforcement officials in Wisconsin pledged to inflict violent pain upon peaceful protesters if so ordered to do so. The Army is requesting automatic rubber bullet guns to fire on protesters for crowd control. Ask the deputy attorney general for Indiana, though, he'd prefer live ammunition.

"Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then be trusted with the government of others? Or have we found angels in the form of kings to govern him? Let history answer this question."

-Thomas Jefferson (American President, 1743-1826)

Sovereign Citizens: A Parasitical Government's Deepest Fear



Government forces know there is a fight coming. Since government is unable to honestly debate the real issues with the people any longer, situations are spiraling into violence and chaos quicker than anticipated. Government cannot afford the rejection of the illusions they have created or the deals they have made with foreign central bankers. The institution of government has failed in the only task for which it was created- protect the people from enemies both foreign and domestic. The dollar, the catalyst for dominance and acquiescence, will soon descend into the depths of worthlessness. When these two results converge, government's inability to protect the people and a legal tender that is useless, public dissatisfaction will mirror that of the Middle East. Hopefully, the result in the U.S. will be the overwhelming secession by individuals from the illegal welfare/warfare state. Possibly, a secession by individuals and a dissolution of government would avoid bloodshed.

But that is unlikely. The U.S. Military has been the New World Order's attack dog in subjugating the world. The U.S. Shadow Corporate Government is just saving the ultimate "back stab" for the last task, the final stamping out of freedom in the culmination of the New World Order.

In the U.S., sovereign citizens, like Sarasota, FL homicide detective Tom Laughlin have realized the myth of freedom that has been falsely spoon-fed to Americans. When Laughlin tried to secede from a corporation that has become absurdly corrupt, he was made fun of at work and finally fired for filing documents to attain his freedom. Laughlin has since asked forgiveness from Big Brother in order to get his job as attack dog back for the criminal banking cartel. After losing his opportunity to earn Federal Reserve debt notes, Laughlin changed his story and kissed the boot of his master, the international banks.

As this confrontation approaches, corporations and government administrations have been preparing to crack down on what they call "paper terrorism"(According to this recent ten minute video by James Corbett of the Corbett Report, a "terrorist," according to the established order, is anyone who opposes the international war financing machine). Because the U.S. administration is technically a corporation and not a country (see Act of 1871), people have been turning the tables on a corporation posing as a government. The "straw man" set up by the government as a corporate fiction at a person's birth has bee exploited by sovereigns as a defense against privately-owned, killer banks that fund illegal wars, extort taxes from people, and continue to foreclose on people's homes illegally. (pictured left: U.S. Civil Flag, denotes the land governed by common law, unlike the oft-flown flag with gold fringe around the outside denoting land under British Admiralty Law)

As the actions of the U.S. government have become more and more absurd as the globalists move toward international rule, the established order have recognized sovereign citizens as a threat. Though some of the actions of the sovereigns seem laughable, like putting billions of dollars of liens on government officials and law enforcement officers, their logic can be traced back to the Constitution and the very reasons people came to North America from Europe. contrast that against the partnership between corporations and governments as they steal anything they desire and the concept doesn't seem so far-fetched. It wasn't for democracy the people came; it was for freedom- complete, total unabashed freedom from out-of-control tyranny.

If anyone in the world will ever be free, they need not wave flags or protest in the town square. People need only to know their rights delivered to them from God, and not fall into the trap of illusory ideas created large corporate overlords who view human beings as their property.



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