posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 04:14 AM
Just think about it, in times of electronic media, all you receive in your mailbox these days are either from people who wants your money or from
people you owe money to.
That's it. Advertisements, bills, wedding invitations, taxes, fees for just about everything you own and informed the government about it. They will
come up with a fee, maybe even a previously unheard of or unmentioned, but yet it has a government official stamp on it, SO IT IS LEGAL. So you either
pay it off or risking a bust! But why would something like that ever happens in a free and open society? I would say the amount of junk you receive in
your mailbox of people wanting your money is just about equally representing how free our society actually is. Especially all these low budget ads,
"please give us your money now or they'll take our home!"
So one must pay his "obligations" to the authorities. They will always find something incredibly stupid and senseless to take some money out of you,
making you believe you are a "good citizen" for paying your taxes and fees, and a bad one for skipping on pays for things which makes absolutely no
sense to you for paying. But why would you be considered a BAD citizen for thinking and deciding on your own about the things you wish to pay for or
not? And why does being a "good citizen" means that you pay for as much things as possible senselessly? Isn't it another one of those double
standards, believing you are doing a good thing while actually feeding the antichrist, making him bigger and more powerful?
In a free, modern, and open society there would be no mailboxes. People will come to you and ask "So where can I send the package to?" And you would
say... "I don't know, let me check on Google." ... "Hey, I can see a post office just about 20 miles from where I live, i'm quite sure it's not
abandoned yet but lemme check it." ... "Oh, it's abandoned. SORRY. What's in the package anyway? Some more stuff I don't need? A TV? hahaha let
the dogs play with it, they seem to enjoy taking a dump on it and watch its reflection in the open sky. I don't need anything, cause i'm already