posted on Nov, 15 2009 @ 01:30 AM
CONTINUED FROM LAST POST...
Based on that evidence I have made the choice to create my own reality and continue to make the choice to be happy. I refuse to surrender to any so
called "powers that be", and instead insist upon playing only those games where the rules allow me a fair shot at winning. If I can't win by
playing the game why play? If the game is rigged in such a way that renders a no win situation, then the rules are faulty and must be changed. I
have come to call this "the Captain Kirk principle" based on his legend of reprogramming the computer that simulated no-win situations to see how
commanders would react in such a situation. It seems to me, Kirk was correct in his perception that a true commander is unworthy of the position if
he or she resigns themselves to surrender and accepts no win scenarios. If one can not win by playing the game, then it is not a game that is being
played but something else all together. I think it is better to view life as a game, and the point of living is to flourish and prosper, which is
tantamount to winning. If we do not flourish and prosper then we loose the game. Or, at least, as long as we are not flourishing and prospering we
are loosing the game.
The current systems set up across the globe, and what I know best is the one here in the U.S., seem to be set up to keep people from flourishing and
prospering. If that is true, then the rules are flawed and must necessarily be changed. Not by protest, not by election of government, not by
surrendering our will to a greater power, but by our own will. If there are those who have conspired against humanity, then they must be stopped.
But how do we stop them? It seems we are so happy being divided amongst each other, so content with our political, religious and financial divisions
that to form our own conspiracies or societies seems just one more no win situation. Too much division between us to effectively accomplish anything
in our own lifetime, and if we can't enjoy freedom in our own lifetime by secretly conspiring to accomplish this, what real worth does it have. What
do we offer our posterity if all we can offer is a slow steady march towards freedom as if that were the only way freedom can be gained. As if
freedom were nothing more than an ideal rather than a common law truth universal throughout humanity.
If freedom requires forming secret societies that conspire to accomplish it, it is doubtful freedom will ever be gained. Perhaps if there must be a
conspiracy, it should be conspiracies of one. I will conspire with no one other than myself to attain my own freedom and let everyone else who
desires freedom do the same. Sure we can work together to work towards common goals but all the while keeping our own conspiracies of one truly
secret, which means we conspire with no one other than ourselves. When we find ourselves trapped in a no win situation, we could, each of us
individually, conspire with ourselves, to extricate ourselves from that trap. Perhaps along the way helping those who need help out of the trap but
never for any other reason than it is what we choose to do. As long as we are making the choice then we are free and no one manipulates us.
If the system is too oppressive then we as individuals could simply respectfully and quietly decline to go into agreement with that system. No
million man marches are required, no sacrifices made, just refusal to co-operate with systems that naturally tend towards entropy. Refuse to obey
intrusive legislation that does nothing to protect rights and does everything to plunder wealth and property of others. Refuse to co-operate with
tyrants and respectfully disagree with their obstruction of justice. These are choices I can make and how I go about them and what I ultimately do
to confound any system that would conspire against me, would be my own conspiracy of one and secret to all but me. The more who do this, the less
tyranny there will be.