Freedom compared to Slavery

Freedom compared to Slavery

   The science of freedom is a critical thinking technique that leads to a method of reasoning that reveals all truth and exposes all lies regarding freedom and slavery. Once mastered or at least practiced, it needs to be "applied" to be of any use. It's sort of like an exercise machine, if you don't use it, it wont help you.

    I hear a lot these days about "How do you identify?" Well, I identify as a natural born Earthling. I read somewhere that there are over one million different species of creatures living on Earth along with us humans. They are all fellow "Earthlings". For the sake of this conversation, those million other Earthlings can be separated into three categories: 1. Wild, free, wilderness creatures. 2. Domesticated animals 3. Slave animals (beasts of burden).

    It doesn't take much honesty to say that at best we are all "Domesticated". Come to find out, most of us are living in a form of slavery that I define as "Soft Slavery". I met a man who read my book and said he was offended and insulted by the term "Slave". What's the difference between an insult and an observation? If someone calls you "Fatso", that's meant to be an insult. If your doctor says "You are overweight", that would be an observation. I'm no doctor but I have more time invested in the study of freedom than most doctors do in medicine. Most of us are slaves (including myself). That is simply an observation.

    Let's break it down. If you imagine African slaves in American history, there are two major components to slavery, Human energy (labor) and dependency. Labor (Human energy) is easy to understand. Let's really dig into dependency. For any Earthling to survive it must continually acquire the five essentials to life; food, water, shelter, security and defense. If you acquire the essentials to life on your own, you are independent. If someone else provides essentials to you then you are dependent. The "slave" is dependent on the "master" for essentials. The master can withhold essentials as a form of control (Reward and punishment). Here is a keen observation; the "Master" is dependent on the slave for labor. The master is a slave to slavery.

     All of this takes place against the will of the slave of course and is usually maintained through force and often violence. This form of slavery is a wretched and evil thing. I define this form of slavery as "Hard" slavery. Some slaves tried to escape but most did not because survival is more important than freedom. Escaped slaves that were recaptured were tortured or killed.

    So, let's review. The African American slave felt like he or she had to get up and go work hard every day in order to maintain food, water, shelter, security and defense for themselves and their families. They must have felt like they had no choice. They did have a choice, they could have ventured out on their own and tried to escape slavery but the risks were so extreme that most did not. This "hard" slavery required no currency (money) because human energy (labor) and essentials to life were the only currencies needed.

    After the civil war and the abolishment of "Hard" slavery, Slavers had to re-brand slavery if they wanted to maintain/regain their cushy lifestyle. Many southern slavers moved north and ushered in the industrial revolution. They gave us a new form of slavery that I call "Soft" slavery. (Kind of makes you feel warm and fuzzy doesn't it?) Unlike hard slavery, soft slavery does require a currency. Human energy has to be converted into money for soft slavery to be successful.

    Money is always a conversion of human energy. Whether it's gold, silver, cash or some bullshit digital currency, it always represents Human energy. In fact, all "value" in life can be measured in human energy. You get money when you sell your energy (labor). You give money when you purchase someone else's energy in the form of goods and services. Even raw materials are useless until someone invest their energy into them.

    Now, let's look at the modern slave that unknowingly exists in "Soft" slavery. The "Soft" slave feels like he or she has to get up and go work hard every day in order to maintain food, water, shelter, security and defense for themselves and their families. They must  feel like they have no choice. They do have a choice, they could venture out on their own and try to escape slavery but the risks are scary so most people do not.

    Soft slavery is a skimming scam. As you labor everyday, your human energy is being "Skimmed" through wages, taxes, fees, fines, permits regulation and warfare. Those that facilitate this "Scam" become millionaires and billionaires by skimming your human energy. We are dependent on our masters for food, water, shelter, security and defense. They control us with rewards and punishments'. What if you don't go to work? 

Do you lose your job, your income, your house and your car? What if you couldn't buy food, water, clothing, gas, electricity or heat. Even if you do choose to keep working, you are still dependent on someone else for all of those things. They can all be taken away at any time for various and/or nefarious reasons.

    In contrast let's consider the "poor" sustenance farmer. He has no money and no need for it. He lives in a humble home that he built himself. He grows all of his own food. He digs his own well or gets water from a local spring. He is secure in his freedom and can defend his family and their property if needed. He spends all his time with the woman he loves and the the children he adores. They work hard together but no one profits from their labor except themselves. The "Slavers" of today would hate a family like that because there is no "Energy" for them to skim. They could "Crash" the whole economic system and the sustenance farming family wouldn't even notice.

    "The Science of Freedom" book describes a picture of perfect freedom in todays world. None of us are perfect but we can somehow learn to bridge the gap between total dependency and ultimate freedom. You can buy it today for only $17.76 or you can download a free PDF copy to read, study, print and share.

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