The longest story ever told (psychopaths, bullies, greedy, control freaks…)

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As a kid I was a big fan of chinese martial arts movies and one major historical theme was the blatant bullying and mafia style rule of the people.
The people remained in poverty while their labor and taxes increased the riches of the wealthy rulers. I would rejoice over the prowess of the hero to defeat these bad thugs and help restore peace and justice.

From the past bully tactics to the modern version where Corporate-governments hide their bully tactics behind institutions and legislated statutes (false laws)…

Share with everyone the facts of institutional crime and the official criminals carrying out these misdeeds and the key to freedom.

The Debt Burden is Rising!

WE THE PEOPLE are the solution.
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According to the Financial Times :

http://blogs.ft.com/economistsforum/2011/07/debt-burden-advanced-economies-now-global-threat/#axzz1iEvv21zF

  • The US contributes 37 per cent of the increase in global debt from 2007 to 2011 and 40 per cent from 2011 to 2016…

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  1. RonMamita says:

    China Shares Stories of Slavery In Kung Fu Movies

    Indeed, slavery is documented from the earliest written past.
    From the dawn of civilization – ancient Sumer and the cuneiform tablets of Babylon, ruling institutions set the “Common Law” and taxes in writing…

    Title: Shaolin Temple with Jet Li in English

    The Shaolin Temple is a 1982 Hong Kong-Chinese martial arts film directed by Chang Hsin Yen and starring Jet Li in his debut role. The film is based on the Shaolin Monastery in China and depicts Shaolin Kung Fu.[1] The film was the first Hong Kong production to be filmed in mainland China.
    A remake of the film was released in 2011 titled Shaolin and starred Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse and Jackie Chan.
    Plot: he film is set during the transition period between the Sui Dynasty and the Tang Dynasty. It opens with various shots of the Shaolin Temple, including the wall paintings, the many beautiful trees, gardens, shrines, gates, and statues of Buddha and the Gods. The temple bells toll as the monks kneel in the pillared inner sanctum and bow before the great altar of the Golden Buddha, before which sits the Abbot of Shaolin. A shaven-headed, blue-robed novice (Jet Li) stands with his palms pressed together and his head bowed. He is about to be accepted into the Shaolin Temple. The Abbot speaks to him of ceremony, purification, and learning to respect one’s self and others. Then the Abbot asks for his name. “Jue Yuan”, he answers. The Abbot tells him that to be accepted into the Shaolin Temple, he must vow to not commit murder. He asks if he can obey this, but Jue Yuan is silent, staring downward. The Abbot repeats the question, and Jue Yuan slowly raises his eyes, gazing intensely at him. The Abbot asks the question a third time…

    The film flashes back to the warlord and deadly fighter Wang Shichong killing an old man with a throat lock and throwing him off a high brick wall into a muddy river, then abusively ordering the rest of his slaves back to work. They’re at a labor camp by the great river, toiling in the mud among corpses that hang from gallows as the soldiers whip them.
    It is during the rebellions at the end of the Sui Dynasty, when China became divided between various factions.
    Wang Shichong, who ruled from Luoyang, has treacherously installed himself as Emperor of the East Capitol, and is overseeing the bolstering of his riverfront defenses against the rival warlords on the opposite bank.
    They are near the Shaolin Temple. He forces even the old, crippled, and sick to work, but still the work isn’t progressing fast enough for him.
    He orders an officer to bring all his prisoners, who are opposing rebels, to join the slaves.

    How to transition from Common Law to Natural Law

    Governments, eventually, will interpret Laws and policies to suit their needs and the People will become miserable suffering under the harsh and immoral rules of Law…

    Title: To the people of Burns: an informal message | How to transition from Common Law to Natural Law
    Video posted: 07 Feb 2016

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