Do people fear free people? What do you think? And really give it thought.
I know the government fears free people. But what for? There are people that fear free people because they know that free people do whatever they
want, and regard or don't reguard the law or other people as they freely choose to.
So hell yeah, to me, people do fear free people. Look at me, I'm a free type of person. I got a speeding ticket long ago (in '97) but didn't pay
for it to this very day. Why? Because I'm free to do what I want and free to disregard whatever the hell I don't like or don't think I should be
tied to. Just last year I got a jury notice, but again, I'm free so I threw the letter away, and to this day no police came knocking on the door
looking for me to arrest me about some failer to comply with a jury summons. Screw the whole world, I'm a free man. And I tell you this much, if the
police do come for someone like me, I'm so free spirited that it's so powerful in my heart that I would straight up use self-defense to handle any
officers. Again, I'm free. And besides, I can't go to jail because of a personal problem that I know I can use self-defense because of. I do what I
freely want to in life. And I will do what I have to do in life to stay free. You all need to be more like me.
Say to hell with the law. You can
call me an outlaw if you want, and I do glorify myself for being that damn free to know that no one can rule any law over me unless I feel like
letting them. I'm an anarchist, too. Do any of you relate?
In my personal experience, being free is something most powerful, and is something the government fears. First thing about being my type of free is
that you can't be scared of police or death in order to pursue living free like a bird regardless.
The government likes you all not free. I'm aware of how not free society is. It's like I can see the fences up so to speak throughout places. But
the thing is, is that if I ever feel like climbing over the fence, I will climb over the fence. Even if it's against the law. Why? Because I'm free
to do what I want in life. Yes, you got to be courageous and brave to behave free in a society that's in prison by its government. To tell you some
real secret from my past, I skipped my probation I had in some other state, and till this day no one came to take me back to that state to throw me in
jail. Not the ATF either of which I had a run in with and of course must have checked me out. Hey, maybe I'm lucky and some judge thought it would
cost too much to transport me back to the state I skipped my probation in, and let me free. Then you see how it pays to be free oreintated how I'm
describing to you. I'm free!!! And I'm staying free. I'd rather be dead than go to jail anyway, especially in knowing that paradise awaits me after
death. Hey, when you're a free spirit nothing is allowed to break you in spirit. How many of you think a free person like me should be locked up?
I also remember once escaping handcuffs before the cops came to get me from a temporary hold back in some high school. I was like 18 at the
time. Ha, they sent to police to look for me but I hid in some yards for a bit till the heat was off. I am an escape artist by the way, and it pays as
you can see.
And hey, if the ATF didn't jail me, then me spilling the beans on a website isn't going to get me in any kind of trouble. Like I said, I'm lucky.
Warrants prolly got canceled a long time back or else the ATF would have sent me to the state I at least thought may have wanted me. I remember once
in Florida I stole a BMW beamer via finding the keys on the floor in a toy store, got caught by the profiling cop a good while later, went into the
county, got out on bond, but later charges got dropped. Ha! I am lucky. My spirit guide is looking out for me. My spirit guide knows the kind of
spirit I got to be regardless.
[edit on 12-4-2010 by Tormentations]