“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.”
(removing deceptions & illusions that uncovers factual horrors & atrocities)
- Facing The Truth
- Aware of what is “hidden in plain view”:
Debt as money, debt/tax slavery, deception to enter wars, policy & enforcement, etc.
- Able to admit embarrassment of being fooled, duped, and deceived by priests, politicians, professionals, experts, officials, and other individuals with honorable titles
- With facts look at all, including institutions such as religious, financial, governing institutions and others
- Answer the question:
Will you Self Govern and remove the illusion of government having that role?
From Diverse cultures, languages, traditions, and beliefs we greet each other.
From my perspective I expect disagreements, and that is fine as long as we amplify our common Earth-being for creating global peace and prosperity.
Thus, problems become opportunities and the end of a destructive Age yields to the emergence of a creative Age.
Change is foreseen and preparations have begun by the few that have removed the yoke. -Excerpt from a-bouquet-of-diversity
Happy New You!
I like the quote about ‘plunder’. Who said it? Well done, if it was you!
Oh my, I apologize for that!
I have quoted that famous quote so often that this time I attempted something different.
Most often I type the author’s name at the end of quotes, I felt creative and chose to hyper-linked the author’s name to the text creating the effect that when the mouse hovers above the quote the author’s name is displayed and if you click on the quote-link the reader travels to a wiki-biography.
Claude Frédéric Bastiat (French: 30 June 1801 – 24 Dec 1850) is the author
I did not know that the popup information would be easily missed by readers, thank you for your comment Alan 🙂
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