Before I continue with my overview of the Freeman movement, I thought it would help if you knew your place in the world.
This is about The Hierarchy. Or more vitally, where you fit in
the scheme of things. It is the single most important thing you can, or
will, learn. It came to me late in life, but if you are relatively
young, as you read these words, it will change your life. At least, I
hope it will. Most of us do not know how powerful we are. This is
deliberate. We are dumbed down on purpose. If we knew just what we were, instead of what we think
we are, we could, and would, run rings around anyone we come into
contact with. Primarily I mean the government. The police. In fact,
anyone who works for the government. As long as they are, or claim to
be, an agent of the government. When they clock off at 5 pm they are
just like you and me again. They are human once more. But as long as
they wave a badge in your face, you are dealing with the government.
However, once you have worked out where they sit in the hierarchy, the
game changes. I am deadly serious about this. I defy anyone to tell me I
You ready for this?
This is the pecking order:
1. Your God/your Creator. Stands to reason, does it not? Even if you
aren't religious, TPTB are. Every oath taken has god in there somewhere.
2. You. Your creator made you. No-one else did. You report upline to him/her.
3. Dogs, cats, birds, cows, horses, dolphins, whales, penguins,
aardvarks, skunks, chipmunks, gorillas, lions, tigers, giraffes,
two-toed sloths, dung-beetles, flies, maggots, earthworms, amoebas and
bacteria. (And every other species living on the planet today).
4. The government. And ALL of its agents. Companies and corporations. And all of its agents.
Did you get that? The government, and all of its employees, like tax
collectors, policemen & women, customs officers, prison officers,
parking wardens, ministers, prime ministers-and anyone who works for
them, rank lower than bacteria. Lower than a simple amoeba. This not an
insult, by the way. It is a statement of fact. It is indisputable.
They are agents for an entity made by man. The government itself is a
thing. It is an artificial construct. It is a legal entity. It does not
have a heart that beats. It does not have eyes that see. It does not
have limbs that move. It does not have a mouth that speaks. It does not
have a brain that thinks. It does not have blood coursing through its
veins. It is inanimate. It has no life. It has no life force.
You have all of these things. Maggots have all of these things. Flies
have all of these things. Dogs have all these things. Skunks have all
these things. Things that put them squarely in the "living" bracket.
You are supreme on earth. Once you get to your version of heaven the
game changes. Or, if you are an atheist, it matters not. You remain
supreme, whether you believe in a god or not. On earth, you are at the
top of the tree. You outrank every politician, every minister, every
judge, and every officer of any company or corporation. They are merely
extensions of the thing they made, and what made them can be unmade at
the stroke of a pen. You cannot be unmade in this way. To unmake you,
your life has to be ended. Likewise, you were not created/made at the
stroke of a pen. It took a miracle to make you. I can buy a company off
the shelf for £80 in the next twenty minutes. It's that simple. You are
not simple. You were not simple to make, and you are not simple to run.
You are a complex life-form, with complex needs, wants and emotions. For
a corporation to function, all it takes is an idiot or two. (Or a
genius or two, depending on your benevolence).
And yet, and yet we allow them to shove us around. To lock us up at a
whim. To taser us. To beat the crap out of us. To stop us from
travelling whenever they want to. To take over half of our money every
week, every month, every year, for decades. To tell us
what, and where we can smoke. Or drink. Or eat. To watch our every move
on millions of CCTV cameras. To trap and store every personal email we
ever typed to friends, to families, to loved ones. To steal and
transcribe every telephone conversation we ever have. To tag us. To fine
us. To control us utterly. And the worst thing of all? We pay them to
"make" us do these things. We pay them willingly enough. We comply. We consent. We permit these atrocities.
Now that we know where they rank on the ladder of life, will you allow
them to continue? Will you just roll over, bend over, and will you
submit to them, those that rank lower than bacteria, ever again?
Or will you say no? Will you take control, and responsibility, for your
life, the only life you're getting, for three score and ten years, or
thereabouts? When you think about it, they, the government, need us.
Very badly. Without us, they are finished. Without our money, they are
finished. Without our consent, they are finished.
Would it be a bad thing, if that thing called government was eradicated?
Would we miss it? We'd certainly be richer. We would, finally, be
keeping all of our sweat equity. We would decide all on our own, to
smoke, or to not smoke, to drink, or to not drink, to eat, or to not
eat, to spend, or not to spend. To defend our homes and those we love in
a manner we decide to be appropriate. To carry weapons, or not to carry
weapons. To create our own courts, to appoint our own judges and
juries. To appoint our own peace keepers. To decide for ourselves
whether our children can play "tag" or conkers in the playground. To
decide when, if, and for how long our public houses open and serve beer.
To decide whether we really need cameras watching us as we walk around
our communities. To decide if we wanted to pay the workshy to laze
around while we did all the work. To allow, or not to allow people from
foreign lands to live and work on our lands. To make war with other
countries, or to make peace instead, and to work out our own trade
agreements with other communities, or other countries. To allow thugs
and villains to roam our streets or to punish them according to the new
rules set by our own communities, where everyone in it has a say.
Our government steals from us. All of our lives. And not only do we
condone that theft, we encourage it! Sure, we'll pay £1.20 for a litre
of petrol that costs 3p to make! Sure, we'll pay £3.00 for a pint of
beer that costs 20p to make!! Sure, we'll pay £6.50 for twenty smokes
that cost 30p to make!!! Keep adding to our burden, and keep easing your
own. We'll pay!! And when we want a pension after chipping in to the
fund for forty years, sure, you just keep moving that retirement age
further away from me! I can work longer! And when I get sick, and that
doctor says I cannot have treatment, sure, I'll just wander away like I
should, despite paying for the service all my life!
There comes a time when you have to weigh up the costs and the benefits.
I just did that, and the burden on me is grossly unfair. I can't
complain because I agreed to it all. I agreed because I did not
I am disagreeing now. Finally, I am saying no. No more. No more will you get.
I say this, and I say it without ego, without arrogance, and without
malice: I am in charge of my life from this day to my last day. No more
will I submit to a thing.
My life. My rules. My law.
Made freely, in a way only a sentient human being can.
PS-Some of you may have seen this post before on my old Blogger site.
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