Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Modern Day Slavery: Debt and Punishment


"Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom...The subjection of individuals will increase among democratic nations, not only in the same proportion as their equality, but in the same proportion as their ignorance."

-Alexis de Tocqueville from Democracy in America


A new video game company has released its trailer for their new program entitled Slavery:  The Game.  The player is a European slave trader from the colonial period of the 17th Century.  The object of the game is to become the richest slave trader in the world.  To do this, the player will have to "discipline," "brand," and "exploit" the slaves to become a wildly successful human trafficker (see here and here).  Watch the trailer below.



Many people familiar with the gaming industry have suspected this new game to be a fake, designed to get a rise out of people.  This game, during these times, is really not that shocking at all, however.  The Grand Theft Auto series of games already allowed the first person shooter to go on murderous rampages, pick up hookers, and actually watch as the stolen vehicle with prostitute inside, shakes back and forth to indicate intercourse taking place.  Though money is taken from the player's virtual stash by the hooker, the sexual act replenishes the player's virtual health.  A very wholesome message for gamers of all ages, don't you think?

Washington's Blog points out what even Time Magazine now admits-  There more slaves today than any other point in human history.  The National Pulse would even suggest the current system of debt slavery even more harmful because the illusion of freedom has created armies of ignorant statist sycophants to help New World Order elite implement their destructive eugenic plans on humanity.  The Federal Reserve's paper money ponzi scheme has created a new breed of government lapdog to completely distort the message of freedom in the most fundamental ways.  For instance, here is Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. over this past Labor Day weekend, blaming the Tenth Amendment and states' rights for the institution of slavery:  "After all, it was the Tenth Amendment and states' rights that protected the institution of slavery.  The words 'slave' or 'slavery' did not appear in the Constitution.  The institution of slavery, the Tenth Amendment, and states' rights are joined at the hip."  Clearly, Jackson, Jr. is really exerting himself to please his federal masters.  What Jackson doesn't realize, unlike on the eighteenth century southern plantation, there is zero room in the master's house of today.  Though Jackson, Jr. and others like him think they will score points with the powerful by helping tyrannical  forces, once the elite corral the swaths of chattel they view as their property, they will have no use for him. 

"Better to starve than be a fat slave."    

-Aesop (Author, 620B.C.- 560 B.C.) 

As the paper money scam unravels very quickly, the mainstream corporate press is doing their best (or worst) at holding up the established order's prejudices.  These prejudices are reflected in the rules they make and enforce on the people as if they were laws.  They are not.  Only God makes laws.     

The dumbest kid in school
However, convince enough useful idiots they are being attacked and these rules have real-life consequences for its victims.  Such is the case in Michigan where Jeffrey Szewczyk was taken immediately to jail after he was convicted by a jury for possessing marijuana and firearms.  The eight-woman, four-man jury deliberated just two hours over two days until they sent a man to prison for two years as his 20 year-old daughter sobbed in the courtroom.  The unbelievable thing is that if he had had a piece of paper, a caregiver card, he would have been legally allowed to possess the marijuana plants.  It seems the judge and the jury acted more upon his unwillingness to recognize the authority of the court, than his infraction of the rules.  Advisory attorney Beverly Safford, who helped Szewczyk explained:  “There is no evidence that anybody has won anything in court across the county in these cases where they argue the Sovereign Citizen philosophy....Think about it, the juries are made of people who vote, and these people don’t vote.”  There you have it-  if you want to live your life peacefully, the way you want, and that happens to break a made-up rule, and you are caught, the vindictive crowd will stomp you mercilessly; mostly because of their own insecurity.

 

"The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing.  The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight-of-hand that was ever invented.  Banking was conceived in inequity and born in sin.  But if you want to continue to be slaves of the bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, then let the bankers continue to create money and control credit."

-  Josiah Charles Stamp  (Economist, 1880-1941)     

It hurts people deeply to know they are not free.  Most don't even like to recognize the fact.  The corporate mainstream media, the educational system, and government officials know this and they collaborate to create a "bullying" atmosphere to get compliance.  They cover up America's corporate history and its outright subjugation of the people who inhabit the land.  Punished are those individuals that stray outside the strict boundaries set up by an elite who are busy trying to disenfranchise everyone except themselves. 
   
   

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