Glass houses in the Liberty Movement: Sovereignty for me but not for you

Posted: August 12th, 2010 by Militant Libertarian

by John Galt, Activist Post

One of the tactics used by the Elite to maintain their sinister matrix of control is division.  In other words, they keep the sheep in a constant state of hate and fear in order to divide and conquer. It’s amazing that there are still people in the Truth-Liberty movement who continue to hate on their fellow peasants.  The anti-immigrant, anti-gay, and anti-Ground Zero mosque groups are just a few recent examples who have attempted to infiltrate the Liberty movement.
The beliefs that Christians are somehow different than Muslims, Jews, or Atheists; or that liberals are different than conservatives; or dirt-poor Mexican immigrants are different than the desperately unemployed Americans; or that Chinese child-slave laborers are less human than our children, are all false tools to divide humanity.  I know, many of you are already screaming at the computer screen “But they ARE different” and you’re already formulating your witty comments in your mind to this rant.  But I’ve got news for you, if we hate anyone because of a learned belief system then our wool still needs to be sheared.

Our religious books were written and sanctioned by powerful men who claimed to have the only key to the true divine story.  Each version of these belief systems teach demonization of “non-believers” no matter how saintly they may be in their own belief system.  Knowing what we now know about the history and criminal structure of the ruling elite, what makes us think the propaganda of 2,000 years ago was any different than today?
If we demand sovereignty for ourselves, we must demand it equally for others.  Indeed this was a major motivator for the Founding Fathers.  As Martin Luther King Jr. famously said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”  If we justify treating “enemy combatants” inhumanely, we are only treating ourselves inhumanely.

If we are complacent about allowing the intrusion of privacy on Americans so that we can spy on our enemies, or allow authorities to ask Hispanics for their papers at routine checkpoints, then we are inviting the very same tyranny on ourselves.

Many in the Truth-Liberty Movement understandably feel anger and hatred for the Elite who orchestrate this tyranny, but even that is a distraction. It seems to me that we should focus on changing the system that enslaves us, rather than the people who control it.  Evidently, some people lump all Jews in when they scream about the dirty “deeds” of Zionists; some want to deport Mexican-American children from the country because of the criminal actions of a few illegal immigrants; and even some liberals now support preemptive wars, torture, and illegal surveillance because their brand of tyranny is now in charge.

This insanity must end.

No matter how small our numbers are, compared to the pop-culture flock, we’re infinitely more powerful because we have truth on our side.  However, it seems we must now dig down deeper to discover the ultimate, impenetrable truths to reach our full potential. Gandhi made it clear that a movement is far more powerful when it expresses what it stands for, rather than screaming about what it opposes.  And this is especially true if what we stand for are ultimate truths such as peace, love, liberty, and basic fairness and compassion — to live free by one simple rule:  do no harm.

If a system of belief promotes division to the point where it justifies hatred, or mass murder in the minds of men, it’s a good bet that it’s been designed by the controllers.  If we fall victim to such prejudice we remain their pawns.  The Liberty Movement must do a better job promoting what we are for, rather than what we are against. We’ve got a long way to go.

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