Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.
~ Thomas Jefferson

Friday, November 9, 2012

America's Ruling Class

I've been debating with myself the thought that I might end this blog. As we have just so dramatically proven, America is lost. Between those who choose to vote themselves as much "free shit" as they can get from the labor of others and the fact that the electoral system has been subverted by massive voter fraud and the government's ability to "count" the outcome in whatever fashion they desire, this noble experiment called the Republic has ended.

I cannot blame those family and friends who chose not to vote at all. In spite of the fact that the end of this nation will occur much more quickly and violently under Obama than under "Obama-lite" (Romney), it will end, nonetheless.

Thanks to Progressives in government and the media since before even Woodrow Wilson began deconstructing America - and accelerated by Franklin D. Roosevelt - this system of government, and our inability to control it, has overcome any desire on the part of us citizens to determine our own fate.

Even if we were to immediately "go to guns", as it were, to immediately revolt and tear down this socialist structure that has been imposed on us over the last hundred years or so, we could not restore liberty in my lifetime. A lifetime that is certain to be shorter than it might otherwise have been, had we at least been able to elect a man who did not hate America.



So. I suppose I'll leave this blog up to pass on articles that seem important to me, thoughts that I think might interest those who still believe liberty is a desirable state of being. I will be concentrating more on being able to continue to survive when medical care is no longer available for older "non-productive" people such as my wife and I; on being able to grow and hunt my own food when it either becomes too expensive to buy (due to hyperinflation) or simply isn't available because our economy has crashed; on being able to cook my food and heat my water, and produce some energy to keep my food cold, to recharge batteries for flashlights and radios, and enjoy a few luxuries, like electric lights and watching videos. I will also be prepared to make it difficult for those who would take what little we have without our permission, or those who would attempt to take our last liberty, control of our very bodies, our persons. I have no illusion that we could withstand any serious attempt by .gov to take us or kill us, but they will not do so without cost or consequence. Think "Sipsey Street".


OK. There is an article I would like you to read that is titled,  "America's Ruling Class". It is excellent, and details clearly how we came to this point in our history. It is long, and not meant to be "light reading", but that is appropriate. It is not a light subject, but a very important one, a subject that I would hope future generations might understand and take to heart. I do not know if it is possible for human beings to exist for more than a very short period of time (historically) without a ruling class, based on what we are and how easy it is to deceive, delude, and control us as a group, on how easy it is to seduce a large number of us with the false belief that it is possible to have a worthwhile life without having to work for it.

The desire to belong to the "Free Shit Army" is so strong in the hearts of so many, that even though they aren't a majority, their desire to live that way makes them a more potent force than those of us who simply want to be left alone to live our lives as we see fit, benefitting from our own hard work. The "ruling class" makes use of this fact in a way that enslaves those of us who understand how valuable liberty is, those of us who wish to live as individuals, not subjects.

Please, take the time to read this article. It is well worth the time and effort you will invest.

http://spectator.org/archives/2010/07/16/americas-ruling-class-and-the/print

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