We need a new language to unifySubmitted by paul4won on Sat, 01/23/2010 - 16:14
There is one enemy and a thousand distractions. If you are looking for ways to really unify with your neighbors, you must stop looking for reasons to condemn them. You must learn to forgive their mistakes, even the ones they are about to make. You must learn to stop speaking the language of division.
This is just a start, just a suggestions, just the ramblings of an old woman... or it is the start of better communication - your call.
Abortion: If my baby is hungry, or needs its diaper changed, or needs clothes, are you responsible to come care for my baby? Of course not. I am responsible for my children. You are responsible for yours. Why do you think that you are responsible for my “unborn” children? You have fallen for a divide and conquer tactic if you believe you have some responsibility for or right over me or my unborn children. It is no coincidence that every time Libertarians and Conservatives begin to unite, “abortion” is trotted out to split them. It is probably impossible, I know I have tried to explain this over and over and have not gotten anywhere. If this issue can keep “right” and “more right” split, how will we ever find unity with the “left?” Yes, unity with the “left” means we have finally conquered ignorance, and identified who our neighbors are and who our enemies are. AFTER we kick the banksters out of our lives, you may resume hassling your neighbors if you feel you must, but for now, we REALLY need to let this go.
Beliefs: They are fine, but they are opinions. No matter how hard you believe, no matter how many people believe the same thing you do, and no matter how much you want me to believe, you have no right or responsibility to put the force of law against me if I do not share your beliefs.
Constitution: Ours is flawed. They are all flawed. Pretending any document that men wrote was actually written by a god is engaging in dangerous fantasy. When we declare something “holy” we doom ourselves to ever reaching a deeper understanding than the man or men who wrote the document.
Drugs: Another divide and conquer tactic. The “worst” drugs are kept illegal so that mothers and wives do not engage in home healing. If you had a coca bush, a pot plant, a few good poppies, and knew how to make colloidal silver, you would probably never go to a doctor again for anything other than serious trauma. Nobody would be taking a host of prescription drugs for the rest of their lives, either. So, with all those pharmaceutical companies standing between you and your ability to heal, why do you allow the prisons to be filled with potheads while the PHARMA CEO's and Donald Rumsfeld-types live a life of ease? What did the potheads do that actually harmed you? Or even the crack-heads? And if you want to go after the dealers, please start with the CIA.
Emotions: They are good things. They are part of being human. The entire “mental health care” industry is a game of making emotions diseases. There are a few serious mind-illnesses, but being depressed or anxious or having PMS are temporary states, even if recurrent, they are not diseases. In this pressure-cooker society people's emotions get pushed to extremes, but they are still emotions and not diseases. If we treated each other like we were hurting, and not “mentally ill” we would be a much healthier society.
Faith: That which is worthy of faith has no fear of facts. If someone insists you must take something on faith it is wise to suspect they are hiding something. Be a curious little cat and seek to find what they are trying to hide.
God: God is a non-specific noun, even when capitalized. People who practice occult arts will get you to pray to their god without your conscious knowledge. The most obvious example is “the dollar.” Their god adorns the namesake bill of the currency we use.
Individuals: That is where Sovereignty begins. Individuals bear the consequences for their decisions, individuals hold the rights that are earned by that responsibility. Many individuals have been tricked into the illusion of handing over their responsibility and have managed to force me to endure the accompanying loss of rights. These people are the victims of my enemy, not my enemy.
Jesus: Jesus sought to liberate the people from the slavery of the priests who enslaved their minds who happened to also serve as the bankers of the day. Jesus threw the banksters out of the Temple, so they put him on a cross and left him there for about 2 thousand years and counting. They mocked his teachings with a “religion” that he never wanted. Think I am wrong? Look who adorns our fiat currency – the men who fought the banksters. OK, maybe I am wrong. Please see “Beliefs” and let it go at that. I like Jesus, but if you end a prayer with “in Jesus' name WE pray” and I am in the room, you lied. Please consider going with “in Jesus' name I pray” and allow everyone to pray in their own way.
Kings: We are all kings. Do what a wise king would do: Obtain things to ensure the health and prosperity of your kingdom, and the military might to defend it. Treat every other human you meet as a King. If the other Kings make no threat against you or your Kingdom, they are your ally. Demand your servant government treat you like the King you are.
Liberty: It flows from truth, and half truths are as much use as being half liberated. Truth is not some ethereal thing that cannot be known, nor is it arrived at by consensus. There are things that are true, they are facts, and the knowledge of facts is the rock upon which a liberated men can stand together. It begins by correctly sorting things in our own mind, what do we believe and what do we know. We have been conditioned to place what we believe above what we know, and that is not the path to unity.
Money: The history of money is a fact which is hidden from the masses. Discussion of it is fraught with emotional reactions from victims of the banksters via their control of the propaganda machine we call “the media.” Do not be among those casting stones at the few willing to brave the slings and arrows of the media to speak of little known and unpopular facts. And always do your own homework, just because it is the first time you heard something does not mean it is not correct.
Negotiations: This is a nice word for choosing “the lesser of two evils,” more popularly passed off as “the greater good.” If liberty is what you seek, there is no compromise. If we are negotiating the terms for peaceful surrender of the banksters, it is time to negotiate, but not one minute before.
Oppression: It starts at home... Are you hassling an ally about things which cause you no personal harm? It is a tiny act of tyranny, and by removing it from our behavior, we make the world a little nicer place to be a slave... ;)
Peace: Most of us KNOW how to get along, we have just been raised in a “compete or die” mindset. That happens to be very profitable for our those who love to wage war, and expensive for those who don't love peace enough to demand it.
Quit: Whenever and as often as you need to. I had to quit smoking for about twenty years before I finally got it right. This battle is a life-long one, and allowing yourself room to “quit” is what gives you the perspective to understand you can never quit.
Resist: Whenever and wherever you can. There is no battle front, and there will likely be no mass awakening or nation wide protest. This is a war of inches, and when the battle comes to you, fight it with all the courage and dignity it deserves. It may be nothing but beating a parking ticket, but it is a victory if you take the time to make it one.
Support: Those who resist will have every mistake they ever made in life brought before you. Support them anyway. Leave their judgment to the Judge, and forgive them for being human and support them when they need it most: When the media tells you to hate them and it is “advatageous” to distance yourself from them.
Truth: It is a good thing, and the very word has been vilified. Do not be among those who resist truth. Embrace it, champion it, cherish it for it is much maligned and needs people who love it.
BONUS T ENTRY!
Taxation: Taxes are always theft. There is no cause so fine that it gives any man the right to take the fruits of another man's labor. This is where the kindness of liberals has led them astray. They feel they must use law to make greedy people be more kind or generous, and it will never work. It will burden the hard workers, and embolden the scoundrels to invent new ways around the cost of caring for people they do not care about. If people are permitted to keep all that they earn, they will be generous if they are generous, and greedy if they are greedy. Those with generous hearts still far outnumber the greedy, but putting the government in the middle guarantees a cut from everyone that goes to the greedy.
Unity: The ultimate weapon We The People can have, and we really must learn to wield it.
Violence: Never called for. Self defense is not violence.
War: Before committing to any battle, look to find who will be the winner. You can tell before any blood is shed. It is not the conquering nation, they will end up deeply in debt and mothers will lose their children. It is not the conquered nation, they end up deeply in debt and mothers will lose their children. It is the people financing the military operations of both nations that win. Any excuse that you are given to coerce you into believing your nation needs a war must be seen for what it is: An attempt to get you to justify murdering for some bankster's benefit. Now that we know who wins every war, perhaps we ought to stop killing each other. There are too many voices saying there will always be war. They know that men can achieve space travel, nano-technology, micro-surgery, but peace is beyond their capacity to even imagine. At the least they suffer from lack of imagination, but I suspect these people profit from war. It would behoove us, as a species, to make peace profitable. The first step is to stop allowing war to be profitable.
Xenophobia: The King in the Kingdom next door may believe things very different from you, may act in ways that seem very strange to you, may choose to do things with and to their body that you find repugnant, but you must not let your fear of what is foreign lead you to a place where you stand in judgment of these things. If a King commits an act of aggression against you or your Kingdom, by all means take matters before a Judge, but do not attempt to be King and Judge.
Youth: It has its charms, but we were all young once and know that. It is time we remember how to honor the aged again. It may have lost its beauty and its charm, but it gained wisdom and we are fools if we shut our elders out of our lives.
Zionism: Learn what it is and what it is not. Be able to hear it and everything the speaker says after it before you decide anything. Learn to say it without shame and be prepared to educate any who may erroneously call you a derogatory term. The Zionists have deliberately blurred lines to evoke undeserved sympathy for themselves at the expense of people who have suffered enough already. Truth is what will liberate us all from the lies around this destructive force in the world.
You and I - "U-N-I" - uni: a prefix meaning ONE