Libertarian legend reveals…
How to Find Freedom
in an Unfree world…
- Why the powers that be go out of their way to keep you from the truth… In fact, it’s the only way they can survive.
- How to break free from decades of systematic conditioning that has allowed them to control your behavior and make you act contrary to the natural way.
- How to free your mind and see the world as it really is… and make better choices as a result. A simple 3-Step process.
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Dear Fellow Freedom Seeker,
What is it that makes conspiracy books and movies so successful? The Firm, The DaVinci Code, The Matrix, and so on…
You know it: There’s a secret that affects (and controls) us all and a group that’s doing everything it can to ensure that secret stays under wraps.
Could it be the idea that there’s something hidden just beyond our reach? And a natural desire to find out what that is? And by doing so, break the control?
Ironically, that’s not too far from the truth. But perhaps not in the way you think.
You probably already suspect it…
- Virtually all outside forces are designed in one way or another to manipulate your mind. By doing so, they can control your actions without needing a gun to do it.
An uncomfortable statement I know. Then again, many truths are.
But think about it for a moment:
- Your television shows the results of some scriptwriter's fantasies. Advertisers appeal to your most basic emotions, such as love, hate, and fear, to manipulate you into consuming their products.
- The education system (and the 9-5 grind after that) continually pounds into your head the importance of following orders without question, showing up on time and being grateful that there’s someone who “takes care of you.”
- The extreme number of laws on the books that dictate what you can and cannot do – everything from what you eat to how you invest and even what you do in your own home.
… and there are many more examples.
It’s kind of like The Matrix movie… Living in a dream world that gives the illusion of freedom without giving up any control.
Sadly, most people have no desire to learn this truth.But just like the characters in the movie, you have a choice:
Do you choose freedom or blindness?
“You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.”
And while there’s no actual red or blue pill, there is a question – a starting point, if you will. It’s one that will lead you to a greater understanding and a greater knowledge of the great problem of our age:
- How we’ve voluntarily let other people control our actions by letting them control our minds.
But make no mistake: Knowledge is the get-out-of-jail-free card. Ignorance may be bliss, but it’s not the way to live a truly free life.
So what’s the question then?
How do you gain clarity in an unclear world?
How do you separate the few teaspoons of the good from the ocean of manipulation you’re subjected to each and every day?
You see, our mind is an incredible thing – more so than we give it credit for. But it only works to its potential when it’s fed the right things – things that help, not hinder.
So to throw off our shackles is to learn what’s important and what’s not, what to focus on and what to ignore.
It’s pretty simple too:
Follow this process and you’ll be able to see things clearly, the world as it really is. And ultimately, find freedom.
So let’s build our filter.
Making your map
Have you ever arrived in a new place and not known where you are or how to get to where you want? It’s frustrating, to say the least.
So, after driving around for a while, you drop into the local gas station and grab a map. You find where you are and where you want to go. And then suddenly everything becomes clear.
Life works much the same way. It’s so much easier to navigate if you know what the playing field looks like – if you’re working with the right perspective.
Unfortunately, though, the path to freedom isn’t really taught anywhere – not in schools, the media or the government. They can’t, for a simple reason:
- If they taught you how to recognize their attempts to control you, they’d lose that control.
In fact, that’s the heart of the issue. Since birth, you’ve been conditioned to see the world as they want you to see it, rather than from a free person’s perspective. The goal was to enslave your mind so that you would play along with their game.
It was (and is) a game of deception that has succeeded beyond anyone’s wildest dreams.
But there is a way to overcome those years of conditioning: a new perspective. One that comes by finding the right knowledge.
And that starts by looking back into the past…
History may not repeat, but it does rhyme…
The idea that a ruling class tells everyone else what to do, how to act, and how to think isn’t new. It goes back more than 8,000 years to the days when humans started to give up their roaming ways and build the first cities.
Rulership by bully started 8,000 years ago
with this guy.
The first record of organized rule dates back to ancient Mesopotamia (today’s Middle East) with the legend of Ninus, “the mighty hunter.” According to the ancient Greek historian Diodorus Siculus:
Ninus, the most ancient of the Assyrian kings mentioned in history, performed great actions. Being naturally of a warlike disposition, and ambitious of glory that results from valor, he armed a considerable number of young men that were brave and vigorous like himself, trained them up a long time in laborious exercises and hardships, and by that means accustomed them to bear the fatigues of war, and to face dangers with intrepidity.
We can’t draw any proofs from the legend, but they do lead us to believe that the first rulers of Mesopotamia were an organized, disciplined group of thugs, led by a Tony Soprano-like “big man.”
Through intimidation and force, Ninus and his gang came to “own” cities as recorded in the Hebrew record:
The beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar.
He set up public squares in the cities that would act as threshing floors and installed his men to watch over the farmers – to ensure he got paid 20% of the harvest. (As a farmer, it was either that or face execution or expulsion from the city.)
From those humble beginnings came the concept of what we know as “government.” Sure, the concept has been refined over the years and dressed up to be more socially acceptable. But, this basic “way of being” is the same: Set oneself up as the ruler and take from those who produce, in the form of taxes.
(In fact, it’s an extremely profitable model as we covered in detail in Freeman’s Perspective Issue #32. You’ll read more about that in a few moments.)
However, the model is flawed in one critical way. The very nature of government sows the seeds of its own collapse. It happened to the Egyptians, the Greeks, and the Romans. And it’s happening to us today.
The Great Calendar
Basically, every great civilization follows the same basic path:
- Rebirth / Recharge: The previous empire collapses and government becomes decentralized, often down to the family level. It gives time for the affected people to readjust to a life without a strong centralized government telling them what to do. The Dark Ages of Europe is the most well-known example, but there were others, too.
- Formation of Government: Over time, and for various reasons and in various ways, these tiny “micro-states” start to merge together and get bigger. A formal ruling class starts to take shape.
- Domination of Government: Central government consolidates power even further, leading to the creation of a powerful capital city. A formal ruling class is now established, and the population is taught that the rulers should be respected and even revered. Taxes rise as more and more production is taken to feed the growing bureaucracy.
- The Great Decline: Government continues to grow. Laws expand exponentially as a form of control. Education is manipulated in an effort to dumb down the population and create good taxpayers. Governmental force becomes more aggressive towards its own citizens. Economic growth becomes centrally driven, and as a result, the empire’s debt spins out of control. Monuments, bread and circuses are created to give the illusion that times are the most prosperous ever.
- Systemic Breakdown: Eventually, something snaps and it all comes crashing down, often spectacularly. The old state is washed away, leaving a government-dependent population to fend for themselves for the first time in their lives. This is a very scary and dangerous time for anyone who has assets and family they want to protect.
… And the cycle repeats.
By the looks of things, those of us in the West are heading for the end of that cycle.
It’s not a question of if, but rather when.
The telltale signs are here:
More government debt: Passed 100% of GDP at the end of 2011. No large economy has ever recovered from such crushing debt without a currency crisis (or collapse), which then lead to widespread economic hardship.
Increased militarization of domestic security: Long gone are the days of Barney Fife and Andy Taylor. Welcome to enhanced security measures at airports and other ways of traveling, vague anti-terrorism laws that can be twisted into almost anything, executive decisions without judicial oversight, and disturbing legislation like the NDAA and Patriot Act.
More surveillance: Introduction of drones over US civilian airspace, increased number of cameras and other monitoring devices, Internet Service Providers forced to hand over subscriber data to authorities (without notifying their customers).
More laws: As of the end of 2011, The Code of Federal Regulations stood at 169,301 pages – an effective doubling since 1975. Over the previous decade, there were just over 38,000 new rules added to the books. And that doubling doesn't include new state and municipal laws.
More wars and military actions: Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and who knows where next.
More government welfare: 48 million on food stamps. Credible estimates that nearly 107 million US residents receive some form of government handout.
How will you protect yourself from the collapse?
It comes back to the 3-step strategy introduced earlier:
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- How to Think, Act, and See the World as a Genius… even if you weren’t born with Einstein’s IQ… [Issue #15]
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- Signs that the Great Golden Age is Already Here… and available to all if you know how and where to look for it… [Issue #17]
- Why the “Caveman Story” is a Myth– created and promoted by the powers that be as a subtle form of control. [Issue #6]
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