Different Parties for Different Objectives

     Pay attention and you’ll see that The Powers That Be will use different presidents to accomplish different aspects of their overall objectives.  They’ll use a Republican to carry out certain “wars” (war = land/resource grab, weakening or annihilation of enemies), Democrats to further any socialist objectives (socialism = weakening of personal independence, dependence on government), and “bipartisan” coalitions to screw everyone (bipartisan = circumvention of constitution/rights/freedoms).

     Don’t fall for their tricks.  They “fake” all of this Republican/Democrat drama to keep us pitted against each other, but it’s all for show.  It’s theatre―a soap opera.  We are the audience.  And like all theatre, it only works as long as we “make believe” that it’s real.

     Quit living in a dream world!  Wake up!  Don’t just follow blindly!  No matter how real the illusion seems, it’s still an illusion!  Sometimes They put on a pretty good show!  Will you get sucked in to the drama?


Remember This

      I recently read somewhere that since the year 1900 A.D., governments have killed 100 million more of their own people than have been killed in all wars during that same period.  Pretty crazy, huh?  Just remember that.


Practice Freedom

      If you want to be a good runner, you have to practice running.  If you want to be a good boxer, you have to practice boxing.  If you want to be free, you have to practice freedom.



     People ask me all the time, “With so many conflicting viewpoints and data out there, how do we know what’s true and what isn’t?”

     I always tell them that the truth has nothing to hide, and therefore, feels no need to censor opposing viewpoints or shy away from honest debate.  Only lies need to silence those around them for fear that their dishonesty will be exposed.

     Think about that the next time you hear of videos, articles, opinions, or facts being banned or censored.  If truth is on their side, what are they so afraid of?

Excerpted from Them and Us: A Philosophy of Freedom by Adam Soto