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How to live free in an unfree world

Monday, October 3, 2016 0:09
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We can live free in an unfree world.

“American Democracy” implies individual and personal freedom. Did you know that with the word “democracy” as cover, our American system was magically transformed from its republican form, where it rose like the phoenix with the same face but with all 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto with the full force of the law and the power of the state in America?

They didn’t change our name from America to Gulag nor arrest us in the middle of the night. Instead congress and the unelected pointy-headed cubicle dwellers stalking the halls of power passed laws and regulations, and presidents signed executive orders putting American people directly and absolutely under the 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto.

And you know what? These laws were passed “legally” and sanctimoniously under the color of law right under our noses.

When we vote Republicrat or Democan, we are not voting in a free election. We are merely rubber stamping an entrenched bureaucratic system under the pretense of American Democracy.

No matter how obviously bad things get in America, that word “democracy” gives the people a completely false sense of security. It shields corruption to the core. It keeps Americans going to the polls and voting for myths and fantasies. Above all it gives American fascism a pretty face.

Politicians regularly espouse human liberty and democracy at the same time. This is impossible! Human liberty is not available in a collectivist system. Human liberty is only available to the individualist. Individualism and human liberty are opposite to democracy and any other form of collectivism.

The collectivist mentality or the mass collective mind is the spirit of the New World Order. The collectivist man cannot oppose tyranny because he is himself tyranny. He is the reality of the supreme welfare state in its conspiracy of the ages to manipulate humanity against itself.

The collectivist mentality lures mankind into guidance from “higher authorities” (government). The crowd wants prepackaged truth and human freedom granted by government authority rather than being forced to use their own consciousness for making decisions and determining their own actions. Hence, they are easily deceived and manipulated under some altruistic nonsense.

People often ask the question, “Bob, for whom are you voting” in this or that national election. My response is always the same. “No one.” Why would I waste my time selecting between Tweedle Dumb or Tweedle Dumber when both are collectivists and agents of the same global elites?

Both candidates — and congress, with few exceptions — worship the state and consider the state as the only cure for all ills. Both are beholden to the system. Both worship the god of this world. Both seek to divide the people and place them into one group or another and then to pit them against each other – Republican vs. Democrat, liberal vs. conservative, white vs. black, male vs. female, straight vs. sodomite, Christian vs. Muslim, Christian vs. Jew, Christian vs. nonbeliever — in order to achieve political power.

Group identity can be any religious group, any racial group, any fraternal group — either secret or open — and any social group. As one loses his/her identity to group thought, then he/she becomes manipulated by the phony altruistic pronouncements of politicians and authority. This is to say that when one loses self he is transferred to group thought. We are one or the other.

Governments and their politicians strive to move humanity from the ego or self to the group. This is the foundation of government deception and power. The stronger the group’s appeal, the more one can be led into and deceived by altruism and altruistic appeals. The goal of this deception is to con people into ceding more power and wealth to the entrenched elite based on phony altruistic nonsense.

Groups impress upon one’s psychic concepts pseudo “facts” that are unprovable and have no foundation in fact but are accepted as an absolute for generation after generation. Group dynamics promote altruism and a mind locked out of reality. Groups socialize and dehumanize.

Communication fails between husband and wife, between friends, between neighbors, between professional associates, etc., etc., in direct relation to group influences and their degree of altruism.

This is not altruism as you have probably been led to believe. This altruism is a morality based on the philosophical premise that man lives for the sake of others… that man’s life and property are available for sacrifice to “higher causes” (e.g., the common good, the public interest, society, the needy, the world, country, the flag, etc.). Think Nazi torchlight parades.

Herr Hitler used the morality of altruism with his “higher good” to which anything and everything should be sacrificed for the “National Will.”

The essential purpose of group psychology is to desensitize the individual mind. It works like magic. People today will literally accept anything, even to the extent that many now believe that if a man “feels like” he’s a woman then he is a woman and should be treated as such; and that if a woman “feels like” she is a man and says she is a man then she should be treated as such.

Collective man wants the external authority of government instead of the spirit and mind of Christ. The animal farm is that world arena wherein man collectively surrenders himself, his personal being, his ego to the collective and an obedient faith in government authority. It’s all very simple. A crowd can be manipulated into an altered state of consciousness, finally evolving into a growing attitude of docility, whereas an individualistic person cannot be manipulated so easily.

Believe me, the politicians and bureaucrats know this and use it for ongoing deception. This is how people are enslaved.

As I’ve told you before, all religions are collectivist religions except Christianity which is an individual and individualist faith. I’m speaking here of traditional and Scriptural 1st century Christianity; not a watered-down value-relative diluted universalism pseudo-Christianity.

The state always considers that a self-sufficient and independent thinker is a threat to collectivism and its efforts to deceive the masses. Since the Christian takes on the being and Spirit of Christ, his total allegiance is not to the state but is, or should, be to the Living God. He will not sacrifice himself for “the common good” or “higher causes.” He cannot be manipulated by the state.

“But Bob,” the crowd says. “If you don’t vote for candidate X, you are voting for candidate Y. Candidate Y will do thus and so and bring down our nation.”

This is not so and the Christian must know that it is not so. I am unapologetically Christian with every fiber of my being. My Christianity has enabled me to reject groupism, collectivism and altruistic nonsense as peddled by government and the establishment politicians.

I believe that Jesus is the Christ and that He is very Son of God. I believe that God is the creator of the universe and is sovereign in all things, including salvation. This is my profession of faith, and I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ. I believe as the Holy Scriptures tell us that nations are built up and brought down God and Him alone:

For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God. — Romans 13:1 (ESV)

So ascribing the power to bring down our nation to either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton ascribes to them more power than God has. May it never be!

Christians must be careful not to attribute too much power to government and politicians and not to sell their souls to the god of this world in the political realm by placing too much emphasis on the political system.

“And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell.” – Matthew 10: 28 (ESV)

The Word of God tells us:

Be subject for the Lord’s sake to every human institution, whether it be to the emperor as supreme, or to governors as sent by him to punish those who do evil and to praise those who do good. — 1 Peter 2:12-14 (ESV)

That is not to say that we have to go along with any edict or any “law” or judicial ruling handed down that would require us to go against our faith or conscience. We must obey God rather than men. (Acts 2:5)


But each in his own order: Christ the firstfruits, then at his coming those who belong to Christ.  Then comes the end, when he delivers the kingdom to God the Father after destroying every rule and every authority and power. — 1 Corinthians 15:23-25 (ESV)

Remember that this world in not our home. We are just sojourners and exiles awaiting the transformation to the glorious reward. (1 Peter 2:1, 1 Peter 1:4)

[O]ur citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ,  who will transform our lowly body to be like his glorious body, by the power that enables him even to subject all things to himself. – Philippians 3:20 (ESV)

That is how we live free in an unfree world.

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