Do you know the best kind of slaves? The best slaves are the slaves that don’t even know they are slaves. With each passing hour, we all become more and more enslaved...enslaved to debt, oppressed by regulations run amuck, under threat of becoming completely socialistic... In a way, this election is about slavery... economic slavery... We have lost our way as a free nation.
Even now, the Democrats and the Republicans are fighting tooth and nail, not for our freedom, but rather to determine who gets to be the slave masters of modern America – big government or big business. But modern day slavery is not like the slavery of old… Modern slavery bears no relation whatsoever to race; it impacts us all.
Modern slavery is a “soft” slavery, an economic slavery:
The modern-day masters don’t need to put chains on our ankles in order to shackle our hopes and dreams.
They don’t need to “own” us outright in order to sell us down the river; and sell us down the river they have! So far South of debt-free that we may never escape.
They don’t need to scar our backs with a thousand lashes; they need only to subdue our entrepreneurial spirit through the lashes of a thousand regulations… and suppress our political endeavors through Super-PAC economics… and use the IRS, or the EPA, or whatever agency to hamper or impoverish us if we dare seek freedom from their tyranny.
Silly talk, you think…? Let’s pretend, for a moment, that this is 200 years ago and that you are a slave owner… How would you treat your slaves? Would you not put a roof over their heads? …but not a nice roof…not like the main house. You would give them a shack or a small flat…just enough to shelter them so they could stay healthy enough to serve you. And would you not put food on their table? …but not a lot of food…not good food. You would give them just enough to keep strength enough to serve you. And would you not give them an education? …but not an exceptional education. You would give them enough of a mediocre education to serve you but not so much that they might become too "uppity".
The Democratic brand of slavery consists of subsidized housing, food stamps, enough health care to keep you reasonably healthy, and now…a so-called “free” college education. Oh, by the way… I want to go to Stanford for my “free” college education…or MIT or Harvard. Do you think this is an option for my “free” education? …or will it be a mediocre education? You’ve seen what they’ve done with the “free” public educational system so far, right? …dumbing-down the curriculum to the point that you could barely call it “education”…and now they want to just extend that same idea out a couple of more years… And when you get out of school, they will tell you how much you can earn by taking away any “excess” earnings through taxation, while spending so much of the money you have earned (or will earn) that you are certain to live in debt slavery forever. After all, it's for your "Massah", a socialistic federal government, that you are laboring.
But the Republican brand of slavery is equally as bad. Have you ever heard the term “company town”? In the old “company town”, one major employer, like a coal mining operation or a steel mill, might move into an area and buy up all of the housing, all of the stores, all of the…everything. They would attract workers to their company with the promise of “good jobs”, and they would rent those workers company housing, and let those workers shop in the company stores, and so...all of the salaries of those workers somehow found their way back into the pockets of those companies.
Some of those companies even took it a step further. They paid these workers with something called “script”. Script is like money except it only spends in company-owned businesses. The only real value it had was the value that someone told you it had, you know, sort of like those unbacked Federal Reserve Notes. The thing is... since script could only be spent at all of those company stores and for all of that company housing, it was worthless anywhere else. So, that worker couldn’t really even save up money to leave that company town, because all he could save up was script which was worthless anywhere else. He was trapped.
And, funny thing… The cost of that housing and that food kept going up, but their wages didn’t. So, not only did everything the company paid out in wages find its way back into the company’s pockets…but their workers actually found themselves in debt to their own companies. They were trapped, not by chains, but by their debt and poverty.
Now… Think of that “company town”, but on a national scale! Our nation is not owned by just one company (not yet anyway) but with merger after merger after take-over after sale, there are fewer and fewer businesses/banks holding more and more of the wealth. And… The fewer businesses there are, the greater the control they have over that shared slave-labor force. The old "company town" is a microcosm of what has been evolving on a national scale (or even international) over the past few decades.
As the middle class is destroyed by this crushing of competition, there becomes only 2 classes: the slaves and the owners. If you are willing to see the bigger picture and the party ideals and the loyalties within those parties and the end game of each party, then you will begin to understand why everything happens the way it does in Washington. It’s all pretty straight forward, once you realize that it’s all about slavery and the oppression of men.
Why do we have an illegal immigration problem?
Democrats want new voters, new voters who have no real loyalty to our constitutional form of government, new voters that are more than willing to soak up the social assistance with which we provide them. But the Republicans are also complicit!
Republicans want more cheap labor in the work force. That allows big business to suppress the wages of all workers. More competition for a given job means that people will accept less and less just to get a job. Both parties further their true goals and benefit from illegal immigration, so neither of them will ever solve the problem.
What about over-regulation? Why we do have over-regulation that almost completely stifles small business? Three young ladies in Georgia couldn't even open a lemonade stand on the curb of their street without permits and certificates and licenses.
The voter base of the Democratic Party consists largely of those who depend on the government (either for their jobs or for free handouts); they want you, also, to depend on government. As long as you depend on the government for your job, for your housing, for your food, for your health care, for your education, for your transportation, for your unemployment payments, for your grants/funding, for your child care, for your loan guarantees, for your retirement… As long as you are dependent on government, you are not independent… You are not free! They hold influence over you…and you are going to tend to vote for those same people who give you all of that "free stuff". You're going to vote for the very Slavers that are “selling you down the river”.
Never mind that your job is for an agency that is finding new ways to oppress others. Never mind that their housing is sub-standard. Never mind that their free education system is more about brainwashing the next generation than about preparing young people with skills for life. Never mind that even our Congress doesn’t know what it's funding. Never mind that a socialized national health care system creates a whole new breed of slaves called doctors. What else can you call it when the government demands, “You WILL provide services, and we will pay you what little we chose to pay you, if we so chose.”
Ronald Reagan warned us of this as far back as 1961. His speech on “socialized medicine” (available on YouTube) more than 50 years ago predicted exactly where we are now, and where it would go from here. And now we have a Presidential candidate who openly claims loyalty to the socialism that would make slaves of us all.
But, again, Old Guard Republicans want oppressive regulation, too. Their big business buddies certainly don’t want more small businesses competing for their limited labor force because that increased demand for labor would drive up their own labor costs.
This is not some kind of “conspiracy” between politicians. It is a natural tension between economic philosophies that both have adverse aspects. The politicians are simply being loyal to their differing ideologies, but the end effect is the same…economic slavery. We must break the chains of these two parties and work our way back toward freedom. Every “freebie” enslaves us! Every social program and every regulation that is “for our own good” is just a fancy shackle upon our liberties.
America is at the edge… If we listen to the 2 parties and continue to cower under the fear mongering of the politically elite, who play the role of our masters, then we deserve to continue in our slavery…we deserve to continue losing ground…we deserve to LOSE our nation…
NOW is the time to say “NO MORE”. NOW is the time to RISE UP!
NOW is the time for an electoral revolution! NOW is the time to say "NEVER AGAIN will I vote for evil! ...not even the lesser of two evils!” But...only you can vote to free yourself! Vote for freedom! Vote FOR FRED!