More Mythology In addition to the myth of “the consent of the governed,” other sayings and dogmatic rhetoric are often repeated, despite being completely inaccurate. For example, in the United States the people are taught – and faithfully repeat – such ideas as “We are the government” and “The government works for us” and “The […]
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The Myth of Consent In the modem world, slavery is almost universally condemned. But the relationship of a perceived “authority” to his subject is very much the relationship of a slave master (owner) to a slave (property). Not wanting to admit that, and not wanting to condone what amounts to slavery, those who believe in […]
You cannot begin to imagine in how many ways the world is the opposite of what you have been taught to believe. You see the guy who sells drugs to willing customers so he can feed his family as the scum of the earth, while you see the hypocrite who gives away stolen money in […]
The Jones Plantation by Larken Rose depicts what modern day slavery is. The story explains the illusion of freedom, that there is no difference between the master on the left and the master on the right, that you are a slave living on a tax farm.
The Blaze, a news blog for The Glenn Beck Program, stated childish insults and out of context quotes directed at not only Peace, Freedom & Prosperity Movement, but also toward CopBlock and Liberty on Tour. Each unorganized, merely a full paragraph “worthy” of personal emotive spit up, were constructed in a few separate articles written […]