Ask the average man on the street where his freedom comes from and you are likely to be met with a blank stare. Those who venture an answer, are likely to tell you that the U.S. Constitution or the Declaration of Independence is the source of their freedom.
However, the pursuit of human freedom for the majority inevitably results in the super-freedom of a tiny handful with corresponding tyranny over the majority.
MYTH: The source of economic freedom lies in diligent pursuit of our own personal freedom in the context of government documents guaranteeing that freedom
The interaction of three cultural institutions ensures erosion of true freedom noted above. These institutions include 1) the global bankers, 2) the 3 branches of the American federal government, and 3) the American people
The Illusion of Freedom
And The Power Elite
In 1956 C. Wright Mills stunned the nation with his book The Power Elite. In it Mills described the interlocking interests of the military, corporate, and political elements in American society and how they manipulate the relatively powerless individual. The book challenged prevailing attitudes toward freedom in an allegedly democratic social structure.
Government Puppets. The 545 major players in the executive, judicial and legislative branches are therefore not the most influential members of society, in spite of their positions of apparent power. None of them can attain office without being committed to furthering the agenda of the international money-controllers.
Should they ignore this basic fact of life, the elite can easily have one of the sex/ethical-misconduct manila folders in their file forwarded to a dutiful media outlet to abort their term of service. If that fails, the elite are not averse to arranging an “accident” terminating much more than mere service.
Banking Puppeteers. Everything the government does involves money, and neither the politicians’ salary nor his pet projects are going to get any traction unless the people that control the money sign the checks. There might also be a bit more control over elections than meets the eye. It was Joseph Stalin who said, it is not the people who vote in the elections that control the outcome, but the people who count the votes.
A Manipulated Public. Also note, that if the majority of the population (not just the voters) don’t want a law, it is not going to be enforced. Remember prohibition – the great social experiment that was supposed to eliminate “demon rum” and corresponding vice? Crime spiked way up, along with alcoholic consumption.
Imagine what would happen, if by some miracle we woke up in January and found Dr. Ron Paul in the White House. The MassOfPeople would never tolerate his policies being implemented. If somehow the masses didn’t ignore his reforms, how long do you think it would take for the “powers that [shouldn’t] be” to contrive something more deadly? They do whatever it takes to maintain their deceitful and tyrannical plunder of the United States and other nations through our military and imaginary reserve-currency.
Nonetheless, they maintain the illusion of freedom by allowing talk of liberty and democracy and how society enjoys the benefit of law approved by the will of the people. They may even finance most of it. It may be one of their most cost-effective investments.
The Truth Shall Make You Free
History has persuaded me that those relatively glorious, albeit short, periods where families enjoyed a prosperous, rich standard of living and were not coerced by an ellite did not come about because of the majority vote of sinful, mortal men.
Instead it resulted from small minorities who acknowledged the absolute freedom and rights of the most important of all men who ranks above all others. Jesus of Nazareth declared Himself to be “the way, the truth and the life” and promised that “ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.” It is Christ, not a vote of the majority that lies at the heart of true freedom.
The background of the Greek term “Christ” (Hebrew: Messiah, or anointed/appointed one) pertained to the offices of prophet, priest, and king. Both in Old and New Testaments, the royal, civil, office of the Christ seems to be emphasized above the others. The function of the king was to “…judge us and go out before us and fight our battles” (I Sam. 8:20) and “…in righteousness he judges and makes war” (Rev. 19:11).
MythBusters has identified two major obstacles hindering the realization of this freedom.
- The church today has deferred the rule of Christ to a future millennium. This gives the manipulators a completely open field. The church is not knowingly defending the murder/kidnap/steal agenda of the illuminati’s constellation of secret oath-keepers. They are mostly ignorant of all that.
- In the place of Christ’s kingly rule, the church vigorously defends vox populi vox Dei. Her bedrock ethic is to “fall in with the many” (Ex. 23:1), “siding with the many” (Ex. 23:2), and being “partial to a poor man in his lawsuit” (Ex. 23:3). In ignorance the church thinks that the best antidote against the tyranny of the few, is to poison the globe with the tyranny of the many. As Mel Gibson’s character in The Patriot asked, “If I don’t like one tyrant 3,000 miles away, why would I like 3,000 tyrants one mile away?