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The slaves were never set free

The slaves were never set free. They only got a new master. A slave master's primary job is to prevent rebellion. After all, the slave master is only one person whereas the slaves are many. Contrary to popular beliefs, successful slave masters don't beat their slaves. They give them the illusion of being treated well so that they will accept their servitude. The slaves were never set free. Simply, the government became the new slave master.

Dependency is slavery. If people become dependent on another person or entity for their well-being, they are subject to the mercy of that person or entity. Clever slave masters know that all they must do is to threaten to take away some type of benefit, and the slaves will do their bidding. Even better, if slave masters can successfully blame the need to take away the benefits on the party they oppose, the slaves can be used as faithful pawns in the battle against them.

It was not by accident that social welfare was introduced in America. Creating dependency is paramount to controlling slaves. Are you a slave? Has the government been leading you around - holding your hand in order to get you to do its bidding?

The slaves of America were never set free. They only got a new master.

Please share this with the American slaves. Soon may they be set free - but in reality this time.



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Like the man said:

Yes, these money lenders began early to acquire control. They have never let it go. They started in Europe long, long ago, and just as soon as there was anything doing over here they were on hand. Alexander Hamilton was one of
their supporters. I shall not review his acts, but shall refer to a few later things emanating directly from the banks. The English money lenders have co-operated with those of our country, and in 1862, an agent, quietly and under a sort of confidential seal, distributed among the aristocrats and the wealthy class a circular. It was called the Hazard Circular and related in a way to the Civil War. It read:

Quotation ”B.”
"Slavery is likely to be abolished by the war power and all chattel slavery abolished. This I and my European friends are in favor of, for slavery but the owning of labor and carries with it the care of the laborers while the European plan, led on by England is that capital shall control labor by controlling wages. The great debt that capitalists will see to it is made out of the war, must be used as a means to control the volume of money. To accomplish this the bonds must be used as a banking basis. We are now waiting for the Secretary of the Treasury to make this recommendation to Congress. It will not do to allow the greenback, as it is called, to circulate as money any length of time, as we cannot control that. But we can control the bonds and through them the bank issues.”

This shows how mercenary these usurers are. Rather than assume the care of the slaves, they would control labor with the use of capital. It necessarily followed that when the laborer ceased to be of service because of sickness or old age, he would be of no concern to capital. He could either get well or die without the capitalists being obliged to provide medical attention or bury the dead. Such was the interest that capital had in the result of the Civil War. The people of this country poured out both their treasure and their blood to establish the political and industrial independence of humanity, and the mercenary capitalists turned a trick of finance and, converted the enormous sacrifice made by the people during that struggle into a victory for capital, in order that they might enforce upon humanity the industrial slavery that the trusts preferred rather than the chattel slavery which then existed in the Southern States.

From Banking & Currency and The Money Trust - Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh

The Story of Your Enslavement

The Story of Your Enslavement

http://youtu.be/Xbp6umQT58A

Lincoln didn't free any

Lincoln didn't free any slaves, he enslaved us all.

The slavery mind set is doomed!

I find it now nearly impossible to practice the mantra that I knew was a safe haven just a few years ago, when I espoused "sit back, observe, watch what's going on, and don't get caught up in it." Like an unstoppable vortex the paradigm changes taking place in this beautiful and loving world of ours are compelling me in a caught up way. I sure as can be sure do not subscribe to slavery, not for any man. How to get out of the dilemma of debt slavery is the question I think that's central. And becoming independent in every way is the only active contradiction I see. On the horizon of the future society this nation will become, looms a world where energy, water, air and fire are free, and the means of self defense is universal.

I think this guy knows exactly what you are saying

http://www.dailypaul.com/289617/black-louisiana-state-senato...

Maybe it's a trend of understanding? :)

Just open the box and see