The great strength of individualismSubmitted by persona on Sun, 09/29/2013 - 18:26
Excerpt from America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones by Antony C. Sutton.
"The vast bulk of the American people, that giant melting pot of Anglo, Germanic, Slavic, Hispanic, black, yellow, and who knows what else has been suckered. Many of them know it. Some are now going to know by whom. When they've overcome the disbelief, the shock and perhaps some fear, they are surely going to say "What do we do?."
"The great strength of individualism, an atomistic social order where the individual holds ultimate sovereignty, is that any counter revolution to an imposed social order where the State is boss, can take a million roads and a million forms.
"No one is going to create an anti-The Order movement. That would be foolish and unnecessary. It could be infiltrated, bought off, or diverted all too easily. Much too easily. Why play by the rules set by the enemy? (emphasis added)
"The movement that will topple The Order will be extremely simple and most effective. It will be ten thousand or a million Americans who come to the conclusion that they don't want the State to be boss, that they prefer to live under the protection of the Constitution. They will make their own independent decision to thwart The Order, and it will take ten thousand or a million forms."
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The disagreements and varieties of opinion here on DP and in the liberty movement in general are a strength, not a weakness. A hundred different individual ideas of how to respond to an oppressive state can't be co-opted the way one or two widely organized ones can.
It's easy to think that what you think and do in your own daily life is too slight to have any impact, but everything hinges on what you think and do!