Wednesday, January 23, 2013

The Greatest Slavery is not behind Us, but in front of Us.

If there was anything I could wish for, it's that people understand WHY things are the way they are. Why the world we live in is an illusion in so many ways. Why we have morons for leaders... why poor people who struggle so hard never get ahead... why violence rules the world.. why the education system doesn't educate... why the legal system is so unjust... Why "medicine" does more harm than good. There is a reason why the world is upside down. Unfortunately, the reason isn't discussed.

“War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.”~George Orwell, 1984

I'm delivering this to you because I think it's very important. Maybe the most import lesson to learn. And if anyone, I'd like to empower people with this knowledge. And if not for you, for your children.

Society is a controlled environment. It's the carrot and the stick. If you stray outside the "normal", if you're not obedient to the authorities, if you aren't a parrot of one color or another, you'll find out very quickly that violence and fear is what keeps people controlled. The stick. Sure, there are differences in people but there are boundaries of behavior that although we are led to believe we have freedom... we really don't, we've been fooled into living in a box of who we think we are. If one embraces the box, obeys, follows without question, and is willing to compromise all values and principles to obedience, then they are rewarded with larger and larger amounts of green paper called money... that everyone else is conditioned to believe is power. The carrot.

Now, this might sound a bit depressing. But fear and ignorance are the essential control mechanisms. Without fear, the threat of the stick disappears.  So turning into fear and facing it is the only way to overcome it. Otherwise we are just slaves to it. Without ignorance. Without a mass belief in the value in the green paper we call money. They no longer have a carrot.

The wonderful news is we are much greater than the box we've been assigned to. We are capable of great wonderful things. Our minds are our only limitation and there are no limits. Our imagination can propel us to unbelievable heights, solutions to the greatest problems and things still yet to be imagined. But first we need to understand where we are... and unfortunately, most of us are in a hole created for us. It's a hole not in the physical sense but one for our minds. We have been conditioned to accept this as the way things are.  The following videos will explain the method of how this was instituted and how it's enforced.

With this knowledge, you will have a decision to make. What will you do? My suggestion is share the knowledge if nothing else... but start to surround yourself with people who understand and you will be empowered... the more people that understand, the more likely this devastation will be overcome.

This video is over an hour. If you don't have that kind of time, forward to Part 4 "The Sin" at 24:30 and in about 6 minutes you'll have the gist.

Edward Mandell House On The Federal Reserve System

The Federal Reserve is the real (hidden) government of the United States Corporation. What is unknown to most Americans, is that Washington D.C. is merely the Federal Reserve System's puppet.

Monday, January 14, 2013

The Right to Defend My Life

I really prefer to stay away from the political debate because for the most part... at best, it's ignorant propaganda and at worst, evil deception. But, I want to say a few things on the subject since the discussion doesn't seem to cease.

First, the thing you will never hear in any debate on TV and is the most important issue. The right for a person to defend themselves, their family and their home from harm is a basic human right. Believe it or not, this is one of the most HUMAN rights there is. And the gun is what makes everyone into equals. A 100 pound woman or a 70 year old man is just as effective a deterrent as a able bodied police officer when armed. Just ask a criminal or someone who was shot by them.

Second, the second amendment doesn't give anyone any rights to guns or anything else. The founders recognized that armed defense of one's self and one's property was a individual right given to us by God. The second amendment is written as a list of things the Federal government explicitly is restricted from even touching. This is made very clear in the Preamble to the Bill of Rights which says:

"THE Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added: And as extending the ground of public confidence in the Government, will best ensure the beneficent ends of its institution." (You won't hear that on TV either... or even at any of the law schools these days...)

Third, the wording of the Second Amendment is simple and very clear. It says:

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Modern Medicine "The Horror" Part Four: Cancer is Curable

Yes! The horror continues... Part Four. Cancer. A disease so rare at the turn of the 20th century that doctors would travel across the country to study it...

Sometimes a simple truth is... most people like you only because what you can do for them... it's unfortunate that the medical profession has embraced this like no other.

Somewhere around 572,000 people died of Cancer in 2011 according to the American Cancer Society. A great deal of these deaths were preventable. In other words, the medical system kills the vast majority of Cancer patients. Why? Because it pays. The financial incentives are so lucrative that those in the system who understand choose to look the other way. And for the most part everyone else is ignorant. Cancer is just one more example.

Cancer is a Serious Business

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

What is good fortune or misfortune? A Chinese tale

I looked all over the web for this story and have found several versions but the version I enjoy and couldn't find anywhere else follows.

Too often we quickly declare a tragedy or triumph when in actuality only time will tell. Life has always been a struggle... and good fortune is quickly followed by misfortune.

 "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness..."~ Charles Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities

We often get into a hurry far to quickly, inflamed with emotion and our programmed perspectives, we judge. We judge poorly because we don't think and rely on emotion. By acting irrationally, we compromise our principles, we compromise the trust and respect of others and we turn good fortune into bad and miss opportunities to do vice versa.

Thoughts drive Emotions, Emotions drive Actions, Actions drive Results.

If we want better results we've got to use our heads and think. Take the time to expand the space between stimulus and response... and find our freedom, raise our consciousness, and grow as people and as a community. We've been fooled too many times to let this continue. It's time to stop sleep walking and wake up.

"Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." ~ Victor Frankl

A story that Lao-Tseu, Chinese philosopher and founder of Taoism, was fond of telling (coutesy of Thomas D'Ansembourg in his book "Being Genuine: Stop Being Nice, Start Being Real")

A poor chinaman inspired jealousy among some of the richest people in the land because he owned an extraordinary white horse. Whenever he was offered a fortune for the animal, the old man replied "That horse is much more than an animal for me. He's a friend, I cannot sell him."

One day, the horse disappeared. The neighbors gathering around the empty stable gave voice: "Poor fool. It was obvious someone would steal that beast from you. Why didn't you sell him? Oh, what a calamity!"

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Modern Medicine "The Horror" Part Three: Vaccines

It's very easy to just go along to get along and the medical system uses that to be profitable. Vaccines are a perfect example.

Just try to have children and not vaccinate them. Especially for a newborn. You might end up with the police knocking at your door or taking that child... but the abusers are not those that choose not to vaccinate but those who do... unknowingly. Again, most of this has to do with money.

There are a great deal of incentives to just play along with the system, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, even the medical people have an incentive to continue... but for the individual or the parent, one really has to do their homework to understand what is really going on.

The following videos will give the viewer much more information than I can impart in a few paragraphs. I know it's an investment in time but isn't your health, the health of  your family and friends worth it? Please give it 20 minutes... if it doesn't make sense... so be it.

Shoot Em' Up: The Dangers of Vaccines (1hr 26 min)

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year! May you live 2013 with your Eyes Open!

Here are five lessons for 2013.

First, the basis for being free is knowledge. Without knowledge, the ignorant are easily fooled.

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization,  
it expects what never was and never will be."- Thomas Jefferson 

In ancient society the education of a free man was the Seven Arts or the Seven Arts of a Liberal Education (liberal as in "free man"). The first three of those arts is called the Trivium. Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric which used to be the basis for an elementary education prior to public education introduced in the late 19th Century. It rests upon the shoulders of individuals today to rediscover this education and unlearn the illogical nature of a "modern" education.
An easy first step to introducing someone to just how corrupted our society is... is to examine logical fallacies (lies). If one looks, one will find logical fallacies everywhere... "fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me"(Once someone lies to you, they have given you fair warning). Most commercials have numerous fallacies, as well as, tv shows, movies, news, magazines and even how people interact. Once a person starts to realize this they have the basis to understand who to trust and who not to... a very valuable lesson.

The Fallacy Project (Several examples of fallacies in commercials)