Originally posted by wtbengineer
reply to post by smallpeeps
If you are trying to say I have no interest in history or something like that, you are mistaken. I was merely wondering if this guy is for real or
what because the idea that a few people could form some kind of 'government' and get the military behind them and take power away without force from
the government that holds it now is ludicrous. He may call it the corporation, and the USA may well be described that way, but the ones in power will
never relinquish the reigns.
No, I am sure you are interested in history. Who is not interested in history?
But doing research, to understand how lawyers think, and therefore how the world is designed, is painful. Again: Research about the machine, is
painful. What machine? The machine of this prison world on which we live.
Many people would answer as you do: Corporation-ALL CAPS guy is crazy! Why? Because what he is proposing, is ludicrous! And if I read your
statement above, what's ludicrous to you, is that it would happen "without force".
However, now that we live in the age of Internet Protocol, all politicians are irrelevant. They are as useless in the age of I.P., as a steam
locomotive engineer in the age of diesels.
So, since IP makes all politicians, all nations, all states, useless and outdated, and since we can have Peer-to-Peer government, then it is not a
question of "When will something great happen?", the question is more appropriately phrased, "When will we stop preventing something great from
happening?". Peer-to-Peer, means: democracy without all the overhead.
...And what overhead am I talking about? What sort of overhead to
politicians and lobbyists and their ilk, bring with them? Oh just black markets and globo-narcotics trade and death labs of cultured baccilii and so
forth. Just the worst sort of engineered wars and horrific camps and horrors upon the human race as can be imagined. That's all. That's all the
overhead you'd lose if you ditch politicians altogether. That's all I am saying. It could happen this weekend. Or, it could slowly crumble over
several centuries. In 1995 when HTML met IP, the old world died. This is an animated corpse of a world, at this point. When we let it go, and
switch to simple peer-to-peer governance, they old systems will just fade away.
So then what will have to happen is that we will have to educate ourselves about how the lawyers have sucked us like vampires, for hundreds of years,
due to their worship of textual law code. So there's where this dude's video is important.
Because if you want to understand the history of the damage done to the human race by lawyers, you need only understand Jesus statement to them: "You
bind up heavy loads and place them on the shoulders of the weak." So this video I posted, and which seems to challenge popular understandings, is
actually quite useful if you understand that those who perpetuate textual law code are the sons of the devil.
What I meant was that, the world gives us 100 things to read, and we have time for maybe 2 of those things. But in my case, I have read and observed
what this man is saying in his video, and my opinion is that this system is terminally vectored and that at any moment, this realization could sweep
over the globe and Internet Protocol would then usher in a more true and direct connection, person to person. In the future I see, we laugh at the
age of politicians, as a quaint time. Much like the time of gaslamps, and of disco balls. No, you see politicians and bankers and all administrators
of government, were simply place-holders until IP arrived. It's been roughly 15 or 16 years since Internet proper arrived, and now it is gaining big
steam. Politicians should be running. Not for office, but from anything to do with the Internet. For it will ultimately end their profession.
And this will happen via YouTubes, and family discussiuons, and chats, and emails, etc, etc. The digital I.P. aware human, is easily ten thousand
times more effective in altering their world, than any human who has lived before this time. So anything could happen, at any moment. There is no
going back to the old pre-Internet world. It's dead.