What will you do when your back is against the wall? Would you be willing to be a martyr? One man in N.H. felt that he had no choice than to take a stand to expose the corruption in our court system. You may think him a coward, but as you read his final statement, you may find his argument compelling. He talks about a Second Set of Books, which circumvent the First Set of Books, or the Rule of Law. For people who wonder why law seems to have no common sense, this man’s essay explains it quite eloquently. There are other examples of the Second Set of Books and I explore just a few.
Freedom. Do you really have it? If you have it, doesn’t that imply it was given to you? When were you ever given something from the authorities that doesn’t have conditions attached? Sure, you have the freedom to, say, go to the club and drink yourself into oblivion, but what kind of freedom is that?
We are now at a point in history, where everything we do is collected, catalogued and scrutinized by the authorities. This minority group at the top must be afraid of something to go through all this trouble, don’t you think? Are we really just cattle to be used and abused by the farmers, or are we sovereign individuals with the right to determine our own destinies? The time to make the choice is quickly running out, so you had better start to know yourself. The only way to do this is to strip away all the outside influences that have dominated your life from the very beginning.
Revelation of the Method. I always remember this phrase as more and more information is revealed about how we have been conned over the past 50 years. Adam Curtis exposes much in this new series, but since he is funded by the BBC, you have to expect propagandistic spin. Enjoy.