posted on Jan, 22 2009 @ 03:14 AM
I've wanted out so bad. But I got so cynical. The answers were there, right there in front of everybody. While the main gate was closed and lock, the
gate house door was left wife open.
Do you know what happened then? A whole political party disappeared. I searched for the members, but they didn't seem to exist anymore. I searched
the internet, but news, blogs, radio stations sites had all been scrubbed clean. It wasn't just like they didn't exist anymore, it was like they
never existed. The Direct Democracy Party faded away and disappeared in time for elections.
They had a plan to nationalize the creation and issuance of currency, do away with the Reserve Bank. They had a plan to replace all tax with a 1%
withdrawal tax on all withdrawals, even a bank transfer involves a withdrawal and then a deposit (if you do the maths on that, you'll be amazed and
astounded what sort of revenue that would generate). They had a plan to implement a ballot system for just about everything, the citizens would become
involved in the governance of there own country.
This last election was going to be the first time I was going to vote, finally a chance to vote for something good. And then they disappeared.
I felt then that there is no escape. We're difficult prisoners, always holding on to our slowly dwindling rights. But the conglomerate of
corporations and collection powerful individuals will just wait us out. They slowly close down sections of the compound and stop the services. They
are freakishly patiently and sneakily, slowly taking away what they consider our undeserved privileges. The one that sticks out in my mind is the
attempt to outlaw herbal remedies because of the "risks" (although not one person has lost their life to a herbal remedy in this country. Can anyone
tell me what the death toll is for conventional pharmaceuticals?) and the reason that stands out is because too many prisoners noticed and started
shouting about their rights again.
I don't think there's any way out...... but of course, that doesn't mean we should stop trying... otherwise I wouldn't be here.