Deadly viruses are horrible, but natural at least. It’s silly to get angry at nature. Government is horrible and deadly – and entirely unnatural. The harm it causes is animated, created by other people – the sicko control freaks who operate the apparatus of the government, who think nothing of disposing of other people’s lives, their bromides assuring us of their “good intentions” notwithstanding. It is entirely reasonable to get angry at other people who cause harm. Who choose to cause harm.
As you ponder the Ebola Thing, consider the way government – the sicko control freaks just described – toy with our lives. The way they blithely decide the degree of “acceptable” risk, Ebola-wise and otherwise. The glib, from-the-mountaintop way they force others to assume risks – potentially lethal – against their own better judgment.
A privately owned airline, for example, is not allowed to suspend flights to – well, anywhere. Government will “step in” and tell the airline where it may (and may not) fly. Similarly, the airline may not adopt protocols its owners deem prudent to assure the health and safety of its customers. These protocols are dictated to the airline by the government. The airlines have no real choice – and neither do you.
Did you read about the Honda air bag recall? Defective air bags are exploding – and sending shrapnel into the faces of victims – who were forced to buy the air bags. Because other people – those in government – decided the risk was “acceptable.”
It’s the damnedest thing.
The facade of “private” property. The actuality of government ownership. Of everything. Literally. Can you name a single thing that the government does not control? Is it your own body? Your car? Your business? Your interactions with other people – however non-violent?
Which is what owners get to do.
We “the people” are merely convenient servants. Stewards. House niggers (and field niggers, too). We get to work the land, but do not own it. We are allowed in the house. But it’s not really ours.
We do as we are told and – for a while, under certain conditions – we may perhaps use the item in question.
The people do not see this because they are allowed various petty choices within the context of absolute government control. For example, a Chevy rather than a Ford. But they are not allowed to go and build a car of their own design and offer it for sale to others who are free to buy it. Look at any thing you can imagine on the stage of human events and ask yourself: Am I free to do as I please?
This matrix is hard to see precisely because it is so all-encompassing and because we all grow up within its confines and are conditioned to accept its assumptions. It is taken as a subconsciously ingrained reflex that this secular deity called “government” (as opposed to “just other people,” which would be a much harder sell) has the right to order us about. Where this right came from – and what precisely is meant by “government” – are questions deliberately obfuscated by doing everything to assure they’re rarely, if ever, asked. This is the source of the power of the red-blue/left-right paradigm. Each side implicitly agrees on the essential thing – the right of some to control others, using violence or its threat. The arguments are only about (per Lenin) who will do what to whom.
The moment those questions are asked, however, is a moment of revelation for the asker – and a moment of tremendous danger for these diseased others who would have us believe (and never question) their natural right to lord it over us. Who purvey the outrageous effrontery that we have consented to be lorded over by them.
Which is why these others do anything and everything conceivable to fracture their victims’ minds, to prevent them from ever beginning to think systematically – conceptually. To keep them in state of infantile paralysis, in terms of the development of their minds. Functional – in the German Shepard sense that they can be trained and are able to master various skills, which they (those in power) require in order to keep their machine humming along. But to never become truly conscious, aware of themselves as sovereign individuals – and by dint of that, respectful of the equal rights of other human beings as sovereign individuals.
Once that realization dawns, the psychologically normal individual can never again entertain the idea of controlling other people. The thought becomes as loathsome as cannibalism.
Which is appropriate, given it amounts to the same thing.
Most people are simply “asleep at the wheel” and have never thought along these lines – because they have not been trained in the habit of thinking.
It is the task of those who are awake to awaken our fellows. To alert them to the deadly threat. Which is not Ebola – or any other natural thing.
Thinking minds can cope with such things.
Which is why government – the creatures hiding behind its cloak – will do whatever is necessary to keep people asleep, from ever asking such dangerous questions.
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