“Government” is neither a scientific concept nor a rational sociological construct; nor is it
a logical, practical method of human organization and cooperation. The belief in
“government” is not based on reason; it is based on faith, In truth, the belief in
“government” is a religion, made up of a set of dogmatic teachings, irrational doctrines
which fly in the face of both evidence and logic, and which are methodically memorized
and repeated by the faithful. Like other religions, the gospel of “government” describes a
superhuman, supernatural entity, above mere mortals, which issues commandments to the
peasantry, for whom unquestioning obedience is a moral imperative, Disobeying to the
commandments (“breaking the law”) is viewed as a sin, and the faithful delight in the
punishment of the infidels and sinners (called “criminals”), while at the same time taking
great pride in their own loyalty and humble subservience to their god (as “law-abiding
And while the mortals may humbly beg their lord for favors, and for
permission to do certain things, it is considered blasphemous and outrageous for one of
the lowly peasants to imagine himself to be fit to decide which of the “government” god’s
“laws” he should follow and which it is okay for him to ignore. Their mantra is, “You can
work to try to change the law, but as long as it’s the law, we all have to follow it!”
The religious nature of the belief in “authority” is put on display for all to see whenever
people solemnly stand, with their hands upon their hearts, and religiously proclaim their
undying faith in, and loyalty to, a flag and a “government” (the “republic”).
It rarely occurs to those who recite the Pledge of Allegiance, while feeling deep pride, that what
they are actually doing is swearing allegiance to a system of subjugation and
authoritarian control. In short, they are promising to do as they are told, and behave as
loyal subjects to their masters. Aside from the patently inaccurate phrase at the end about
“liberty and justice for ail,” the entire Pledge is about subservience to the “government”
which claims to represent the collective, as if that in itself is some great and noble goal,
The Pledge, and the mentality and emotions it is intended to stir up, would apply equally
well to any tyrannical regime in history. It is a promise to be obedient and easily
controlled, to subordinate oneself to “the republic,” rather than a promise to do the right
thing, Many other patriotic rituals and songs, as well as the overtly religious reverence
given to two pieces of parchment – the Declaration of Independence and the U.S.
Constitution – also demonstrate that people do not merely view “government” as a
practical necessity: they view it as a god, to be praised and worshiped, honored and
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