Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Deception and Fear Are Major Enemy Tactics

Our enemy comes in many guises and uses diverse tactics to keep us bewitched and enslaved. Deception and Fear are first order tactics. Like two sides of the same coin, they keep us misdirected and/or passive. If you don't know what you're looking for, or are scared to passivity and resignation when you do, then you can't take effective action to change your circumstances. So not only is it hard to find out the truth of our situation, but one must act effectively despite the fear. Courage is not acting without fear. It is acting in spite of your fear.

Our Forefathers founded this country with great courage. At least that's the story I learned in school, and I think it is largely true. There were certainly very wrong and regrettable things that happened with respect to Native Americans and the African slaves. But almost 300 years after the first settlements arose the Founders began a revolution with a Declaration of Independence based "self-evident truths" about God, Nature, Inalienable Rights and the right to replace any government in violation of those truths. (Score one for positive human evolution!) They finished with some wonderful Articles of Confederation later replaced a less free Constitution that unfortunately left the Confederation more federalized.

Fast forward to today when we see a Federal Leviathan that would horrify and break the hearts of our Founders. They were devoted to human liberty as necessary for progress. The roots of our decline are many, but most roads lead directly to the Bankster Cabal which has worked incessantly to control the world with the issuance and control of fiat money. As Rothschild famously said, he cared not who was king as long as he controlled the money system. He knew the source of power in a Mammon system. Since the Banksters are so few and we are so many, they've devised sophisticated methods to keep their power intact.

The easiest way to keep the slaves in their place on the plantation or the serfs complacent in the feudal system it to use the means of communication, education, entertainment, and of course, religion to keep them relatively satisfied and thinking the "right things." On the other hand, those that don't think and act according to script can be dealt with by using an endless array of mechanisms to take them out of the game one way or the other. At the limits force can be used, but short of that, the fear of force or loss can induce submission.

I was always fascinated by the story of the baby elephants purchased to work in a circus. It seems that when training starts, the elephants are restrained by a massive chain around a leg keeping them anchored to spot. As they get used to it, it only takes a rope or smaller metal chain to achieve the same effect, even though the grown elephant could easily break away. An invisible perimeter fence for a dog operates similarly. The world of mind control and propaganda provide countless examples.

The most effective chains are in the captive's mind and emotions. If you can control what a captive "knows" and manipulate their emotions like Pavlov's dog, then you can control the captive with consistency. The captive is bewitched and beguiled, with motive power supplied by emotions that result from prior programming. When Karl Marx called on the workers of the world to unite because they had nothing to lose but their chains, I don't think he was thinking of a literal chain gang.

Most of us have two types of fears that keep us from acting, or even seeking the truth. The first is simple peer pressure. We learned it in our schools, where we were put through a consciously-designed indoctrination system that elevated group-think and consensus. As adults, it still operates today. I see it all the time. We're afraid to be thought different, to be labeled a "kook" or to stand apart. We're afraid for our reputations with "respectable" people, and what it might mean for our livelihoods. I'm sure you know what I mean.

Then there is the fear that if we stand up for what is right, the Bad Guys might might harm us or our families. Movies and TV shows are rife with this kind of stuff. This a big fear, folks. That we even have this fear shows how far America has declined from its principles. George Washington said that when people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is Liberty. Today's sovietized Amerikans have been taught to fear the government, from the IRS and TSA to the toilet inspector. We've become like the cowering Londoners portrayed in the excellent movie, "V is for Vendetta."

This is where we true American patriots have to have courage and act in spite of our fear. We need to realize that only 5% of the colonists were active in revolutionary activities at any one time. The active, principled, courageous minority always makes things happen. The Sheeple cower in fear and the illusion of safety provided by the herd.

One of the biggest fears Amerikans need to overcome is the incessantly promoted fear of "terrorism." They've adopted the idea that they can preserve their illusion of freedom by surrendering their liberty in the name of the Police State erected for "homeland security." The Ruling Class continually uses "terrorism" as the reason they've enslaved us. For more on this, read "The Disabling Power of Fear." We've got to stop being afraid, and realize who the real terrorists are. As Winston Churchill said in the darkest hours of the European war, "We have nothing to fear but feat itself."

As I get older, I realize that you get one shot at life on this trip, and you might as well make the most of it. Most of all, you want your life to count. You want in some way to pass down through the stream of humanity and your descendants what is good, and true and right. There are countless ways to do that, but that is the only way I know to have any kind of immortality in this life. Most of us would like to think that our lives have made the world a little better. A life that counts requires courage.

We value courage and valor because they inspire us. From God the Father sacrificing His Son to soldiers and peacekeepers giving their lives for a truly just cause, to the single and foster and adoptive parents who care for abandoned and abused children, we find all those stories inspiring. That's because they involve sacrificial love for the good of others. The courage of inventors, entrepreneurs and ethical business men can be on the same order. We call these people heroes.

In like manner, each of us can be a hero. All we have to do is to seek the Truth and to do the Right Thing. We need to act in spite of our fear and overcome it with faith, courage and action.

Think of a mental sea change regarding Liberty and its requirements by those producers and contributors to real human society. We're the ones supporting this whole mess. Ayn Rand said the Looters and Moochers system existed only because of the "sanction of the victim" Think also of massive non-compliance and monkey-wrenching the system whenever possible. Think also of "what if they gave a war, and no one came." Think Gandi. Martin Luther King. John Galt. Jesus. [insert your choices here]

Elephants of the World Unite! You have nothing to lose but your Chains!!

Grace and Courage and Peace to you!

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