posted on Jan, 10 2005 @ 03:17 PM
If we were to spend more time poking holes in our governments, then this world would be a better place. The more we question and expose through
thought resistance, the greater our chances of freedom. Belief has nothing to do with it.
Its all about suggestion and who’s making the suggestion, the believers will always believe, its what they are suggested to believe in. what was the
first suggestion, a space traveller with greater technology then ours or the rising and setting of the sun followed by the moon, and many more things
that may have suggested to our predecessors that there was more to what we see, then we really do see.
But what would you do with freedom from government? Who would maintain the health of those that could not maintain their own? Survival of the fittest?
A world without government would be a world maintained by those that could fend for themselves. A world of elite? It wouldn’t be a world for the
weak, as it is now.
No offence 00ps as i see your points but you say the Chinese are a nation of atheists. I thought they were a very superstitious culture? Superstition
is a belief.
What about making the suggestion to people that they do not need. Their need keeps them enslaved. Their need to be more. But does there have to be
more? What is enough? What is enough for the greater yet not enough for the few? And would any of them except it, without one of them becoming
If the governments were really fair and just, is this just a dream? How could it ever be, with so many that can deceive?