- "The Matrix is one of the greatest metaphors ever.
'Machines invented to make life easier end up enslaving humanity. This
is the most dystopian theory in science-fiction. Why is this fear so universal,
so compelling? Is it because we really believe our toaster and our notebook
will end up as our mechanical overlords? Of course not. This is not a future
that we fear but a past that we are already living.
- Supposedly governments were meant to make human life
easier and safer. But governments always end up enslaving humanity. That
which we create to "serve us" ends up "ruling us."
The US government by and for the people now imprisons millions. It takes
half the income by force, over-regulates, punishes, tortures, slaughters
foreigners, invades countries; overthrows governments, imposes seven hundred
imperialistic bases overseas and crushes future generations with massive
debts. That which we create to serve us ends up ruling us.
- The problem with the state as servant thesis is that
it is historically completely false; both empirically and logically. The
idea that states were invented by citizens to enhance their own security
is utterly untrue. Before governments in tribal times, human beings could
only produce what they consumed; there was no excess production of food
or other resources: Thus there was no point in owning slaves because the
slaves could not produce any excess that could be stolen by the master.
- If a horse pulling a plow can only produce enough additional
food to feed the horse there is no point hunting, capturing and breaking
in a horse. However when agriculture improvements allowed for the creation
of excess crops, suddenly it became highly advantageous to own human beings.
When cows began to provide excess milk and meat, owning cows became worthwhile.
- The earliest governments and empires were in fact a ruling
class of slave hunters who understood that because human beings could produce
more than they consumed they were worth hunting, capturing breaking-in,
and owning. The earliest Egyptian and Chinese Empires were in reality,
human farms: Where people were hunted, captured, domesticated and owned
like any other form of livestock. Due to methodological and technological
improvements the slaves produced enough excess that the labor involved
in capturing and keeping them represented only a small sub-set of their
- The ruling class farmers kept a large portion of that
excess, while handing out gifts and payments to the brutalizing class;
the police, slave hunters and general sadists, and the propagandizing class,
the priests, intellectuals and artists. This situation continued for thousands
of years until the sixteenth to seventeenth centuries; when again massive
improvements in agricultural organization and technology created the second-wave
of excess productivity.
- The enclosure movement reorganized and consolidated farm
land resulting in five to ten times more crops, creating a new class of
industrial workers displaced from the country and huddling in the new cities.
This enormous agricultural excess was the basis of the capital that drove
the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial revolution did not arise because
the ruling class wanted to free their serfs; but rather because they realized
how additional "liberties" could make their livestock astoundingly
- When cows are placed in very confining stalls they beat
their heads against the walls, resulting in injuries and infections. Thus
farmers now give them more room, not because they want to set their cows
free but because they want greater productivity and lower costs. The next
stop after free-range [In Chickens] is not freedom [It's chicken McNuggets].
- The rise of state capitalism in the nineteenth century
was actually the rise of free-range serfdom. Additional liberties were
granted to the human-livestock, not with the goal offsetting them free;
but rather with the goal of increasing their productivity. Of course Intellectuals,
Artists and Priests were and are well paid, to conceal this reality. The
great problem of modern human-livestock ownership is the great challenge
of enthusiasm. State Capitalism only works when the Entrepreneurial Spirit
drives creativity and productivity in the economy.
- However excess productivity always creates a larger state
and swells the ruling classes, and their dependents; which eats into the
motivation for additional productivity. Taxes and regulations rise, state
debt and future farming increases, and living standards slow and decay.
Depression and despair begin to spread: As the reality of being owned sets
in for the general population. The solution to this is additional propaganda,
anti-depressant medications; superstition, wars, moral campaigns of every
kind. The creation of "enemies," the inculcation of Patriotism,
collective fears: Paranoia about outsiders and immigrants and so on.
- It is essential to understand the reality of the world.
When you look at a map of the world, you are not looking at countries,
but farms. You are allowed certain liberties, limited property ownership,
movement rights, freedom of association and occupation; not because your
government approves of these rights in principle, since it constantly violates
them, but rather because free-range-livestock is so much cheaper to own
and is so much more productive. It is important to understand the reality
of ideologies. State Capitalism, Socialism, Communism, Fascism, Democracy;
these are all livestock management approaches. Some work well for long
periods of State Capitalism and some work very badly: Communism. They all
fail because it is immoral and irrational to treat human-beings as livestock.
- The recent growth of Freedom in China, India and Asia
is occurring because the local state farmers have upgraded their livestock-management-practices.
They have recognized that putting the cows in a larger stall will provide
the rulers with more milk and meat. Rulers have also recognized that if
they prevent you from fleeing the farm you will become depressed, inert
and unproductive. A serf is the most productive when he imagines he is
free. Thus your rulers must provide the illusion-of-freedom, in order to
harvest you most effectively. Thus you are allowed to leave but never to
real freedom; only to another farm [the entire international-passport system
insures this], because the whole world is a farm. They will prevent you
from taking a lot of money they will bury you in endless-paperwork. They
will restrict your right-to-work; but you are of course free to leave;
due to these difficulties very few people do leave but the illusion of
mobility is maintained!
- If only one out of a thousand cows escapes, the illusion
of escaping significantly raises the productivity of the remaining 999,
it remains a net gain for the farmer. You are also kept on the farm through
licensing. The most productive livestock are the professionals. So the
rulers fit them with an electronic dog-collar called 'a license.' Which
only allows them to practice their trade on their own farm. [Global-corporations
were created to bridge this limitation]. To further create the illusion
of freedom in certain farms the livestock are allowed to choose between
a few farmers that the investors present, [purpose behind having candidates
for office, and the illusion of choice] at best they are given minor choices
in how they are managed. They are never given the choice to shut down the
farm and be truly free.
- Government schools are indoctrination pens for livestock.
They train children to "love the farm" and to fear true freedom
and independence: And to attack anyone who questions the brutal reality
of human ownership. Furthermore they create jobs for the intellectuals
that State propaganda so relies on. The ridiculous contradictions of Statism
like religion can only be sustained through endless propaganda inflicted
upon helpless children. The idea that Democracy and some sort of social
contract justifies the brutal exercise of violent power over billions is
- If you say to a slave that his ancestors "chose"
and therefore he is bound by their decisions, he will simply say "If
slavery is a choice then I chose not to be a slave." This is the most
frightening statement for the ruling classes, which is why they trained
their slaves to attack anyone who dares speak it. Statism is not a philosophy.
Statism does not originate from historical evidence or rationale principles.
Statism is an ex-post-facto justification for human-ownership. Statism
is an excuse for violence. Statism is an ideology and all ideologies are
variations on human-livestock management-practices.
- Religion is pimped-out superstition, designed to drug
children with fears that they will endlessly pay to have alleviated. Nationalism
is pimped-out bigotry, designed to provoke a Stockholm Syndrome in the
livestock. The opposite of superstition is not another superstition, but
the truth. The opposite of ideology is not a different ideology, but clear
evidence and rational principles. The opposite of superstition and ideology
of stateism is philosophy. [Decades ago it was announced by
the rulers that philosophy was dead, because there could never be anything
more to add to what had already been written - according to the owners].
- Reason and Courage will set us free; you do not have
to be livestock. Take the Red Pill wake up!" (1)
- "Los Angeles, July 4, 1976
- With modifications from the agenda of the NWO & the
- "The Stars and Stripes have changed their spots;
- Now pentagrams and bars enshrine a mockery of tongues,
- And courage shares the darkness,
- With the corpse of private conscience.
- Where dialogue and discourse thundered
- Cowardice now crawls across an overcrowded floor.
- Doorway's once flung so wide in confidence,
- Are now shuttered, bugged and barred, in terror:
- Of the hunger in the world outside.
- The wolf of violence prowls beneath our bolted windows
- Watching Justice sell herself on every corner;
- While we beneath our private feather-beds of folly,
- Mumble condemnations of the 'cancers' in our systems.
- Observe this kneeling nation, clinging to our 'toys of
- Crying out in darkness for release from all responsibility,
- For what has come to pass.
- While heedlessly we watch the rape of yesterday's required,
- To subsidize the plunder of 'the tomorrow's of our lives."
- Between these two articles it is possible to finally
understand both what was designed for us all and what we have done with
what we thought was our world, not as just another part of the global farm
for human-cattle. We need to begin again, to try and put an end to this
insanity in the twenty-first century, while there is still time to change
this for the better.
- 1) Freedomain Radio Matrix - video
- 2) Where Freedom Once Thrived