Zombie Drive-by Liberty is earned through eternal vigilance

17Jul/120

Hau, and dancing on the edge of a blade

It should shame any sentient being to say that fully seven years passed before they could see 9/11 for what it is, as was the case with me, but luckily most people who would judge me are still unable to hold the necessary concepts in their heads long enough to form a picture. It is my opinion now that this event was intended not only for sale of the terrorism surveillance state and what will probably turn out to be the last terran-only war, but also to divide the people of earth between those who can see what is in front of them, and those who cannot or will not. Divide and conquer may be an old trick, but as you may note from much the same people responsible for funding new hollywoodland films, originality and creativity comes not when your motivations are fear first and profit second.

What most often comes first to someone who is fortunate enough to have all those trees suddenly click to form a forest, is the impulse to go off crusading to free your co-humans from this most cowardly of world orders. Frustration is then encountered as you begin to notice the utterly obvious way in which most people, including yourself, are accustomed to think and act along the rigidly-defined lines as supplied by years of being surrounded by matured media. Indeed, it is this frustration that is meant to divide the people into "sheeple" and a new harvest of "illuminated ones".

Another fallacy that the newly-sighted have to deal with is that of centralised control, and I think that the impulse to free all is partly or completely derived from this line of thinking. You will inevitably observe this riding on the back of the truth movement: "Every bank turned out to be stealing, therefore we should have a centralised institution to monitor them." What the hilarious euro should have already demonstrated is that even a subset of life's problems are far too complex to have a single solution. Already this manner of institution is being attempted to regulate the universally-evil carbon dioxide. They do try so very hard. Never mind that everything these institutions do will happen behind closed doors, and include in its governing body people that no one and nothing except the requirements of capital elected. Never mind that every cent from the trillions of the first global tax will be spent in secret, until leaks open up a scandal of the oldest kind, to be buried behind some celebrity's sudden death.

No. It is no-one's duty to free everyone from themselves. It is my lifelong duty to free myself from my own stupidity. It's not the state's duty, and it is most certainly not that of the new world order. Giving up every ounce of life force to a pyramidal control structure in return for the protection of a police state is an extension of every person's right to make their own choices. Is someone a prisoner while they cannot perceive the bars on their cell and would never think to venture near them?

But let's not consider only the lowest common denominator, the state's staple diet. There are many who will need help, and that just might make the difference between their continued destruction under the current world order and the start of their lives as free human beings. Knowledge, for one thing, is something that can be shared without being diminished. In fact, it only improves with the assistance of another mind.

Still, many people will die here whose most admirable achievement will have been to paw at their tablets after gratification like some cosmically disappointing hamster seeking its next food pellet. There will be a reality show where someone comes to tie the shoes of those too voluminous or mentally deficient to do it themselves. The choice of this destiny is every person's right.

Here then is a useful word for everyone who insists on a police state to protect their infantile features:

Hau (haʊ)

Hau is a word used in southern Africa, and it can be translated to mean "I don't know". Most of the time "how this happened/works" can be suffixed. It is notable in that it often represents the the final step in the most ambitious attempt the user will make in understanding a problem. I suspect it will become much more widely useful than it is even now. Examples:

In order for a building to collapse into its own footprint at free-fall speed, all its load-bearing supports need to be severed at close to the exact same moment. How could this happen due to fire?

Hau.

If all liquidity is introduced into the system as a loan from a bank, having interest, which means the amount that needs to be repaid is more than what was created, how could you expect anything other than infinite debt or collapse?

Hau.

Having accepted that they are not capable of producing even possible hypotheses to relatively simple questions, even if their thought pattens are ruler-straight (like this dipshit), people are then free to proceed in giving all of their labour and love to the first charlatan or shill that are capable of speaking the loudest and producing the most shiny false dichotomies and straw man arguments. They have my blessing to continue in banging their heads against trees, trying to jetpack away from within what is actually a dense forest. In a moment of weakness during frustration I may still mark them with the name of sheeple. But that's not because their life is worth less than mine, only because it's apparently worth more to me than it is to them.

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