Posted: April 3rd, 2011 by Militant Libertarian
The Elite keeps all of humanity in perpetual fear. Fear of war. Fear of money. Fear of politics. Fear of status. Fear of looking stupid. Fear of being different. Fear of not being good enough. Fear of losing your soul. Fear of whatever. They keep us in fear, because only then, can we easily controlled.
There are two important elements to free your mind from this trap and live life fearless. Number one is education. I have seen a lot of fearless people who have no clue, so education is important. The Elite will teach us sex education, drug education, death education and political correctness in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. But they will not teach you how our money works or what the founding fathers fought for. This institutional ignorance is done to keep your head down so you are easily controlled. They do such a good job of it in school that you eventually keep yourself down.
You don’t really fear war, markets, or anything else as much as you fear the unknown. Think about horror movies. You are not really scared of the bad guy, the blood, or screams. You are really scared because you don’t know what is going to happen and it looks so real to you. Usually after you watch the even most scary movie more than once, the fear wears off. You can then view the movie again a little more rationally. What if you went even further into the movie, and saw a documentary on the movie. There you can see how it was created and all of the effects used to make the horror movie. I bet you would might even laugh at the scary movie because you knew the whole story and saw how really fake it really is.
Take the horrific possibility of a worldwide dollar collapse. This single event will have more effect on humanity than any other single event in human history. Quadrillions in wealth will be destroyed. All commerce will end because there will be no money to do business with. Food and fuel will stop being transported. Social chaos will ensue, leading to massive uprisings in all corners of the world. Nations will most likely go to war over natural resources. In short our highly connected world will fall apart and millions if not billions will die of starvation, disease or war. Pretty scary story huh?
It is only scary if you are not aware and prepared. I created the Sons of Liberty Academy to take the fear of the unknown out of this scary story. You will learn about how and why the collapse of the dollar is a mathematically inevitable event. You will learn about who controls our reality. You will learn about their tactics. You will learn about how best to protect you and your family by being ahead of the curve and out of danger. Finally you will learn how best to turn this story around through education and cooperation. All of this knowledge I give to you in a way I wish I had learned it, so that you can become aware and prepared in the shortest amount of time.
The Neo Cons scared us into Afghanistan, Iraq, and the “Patriot” Act in 2003. Wall St scared Congress into giving them $700 billion dollars in 2008. This was only possible because the American citizens and Congress did not see the behind the scenes of the scary movie. They were not educated on what was really going on.
When you are aware and prepared you can actually laugh at these clowns lying to you.
The second thing that is important for you to become fearless, is to really believe in yourself. This is not some Stuart Smalley daily affirmation. (Although this guy is now a United States Senator…) It is a real deep belief in yourself. The kind of deep belief that you will listen to only your inner voice and ignore all other voices that try to hold you down. To really believe that you are special, you do have a purpose and you are not going to let anyone or anything hold you back from your destiny.
My Definite Chief Aim
I, Bruce Lee, will be the first highest paid Oriental super star in the United States. In return I will give the most exciting performances and render the best of quality in the capacity of an actor. Starting 1970 I will achieve world fame and from then onward till the end of 1980 I will have in my possession $10,000,000. I will live the way I please and achieve inner harmony and happiness.
An Academy member sent me this letter that Bruce Lee wrote to himself in 1969. This was two years before he became a movie star in 1971. His life was tragically cut short in 1973 before he could realize his dream. His final movie, Enter the Dragon, he wrote, directed and starred cost $850,000 and made $90 million worldwide.
This letter basically put on to paper what was his absolute focus of his life. This simple action took his inner dream and made it a physical reminder of a promise he made to himself. He wanted to be the best he could be and to live life how he wanted to live it, in peace and harmony. The $10,000,000 benchmark is inconsequential to me, as with all monetary goals, because that is just an illusionary benchmark. It may be a way to keep score, but it is by no way a finish line. Bruce Lee made this dedication to himself to master his craft and live fearless.
It is kind of crazy to think that most people in your personal life, really don’t want you to succeed.They don’t do this because they are really against you. They do this because they are not really forthemselves and they afraid that some how your success will make them look or feel bad. Misery loves company. When you see the ones holding you back are just fearful little people, it makes it so much easier to step out on your own.
The reality is that there are a lot more forces out there that are for you than there are forces againstyou. Your job is simple, decide and commit what you are going to be and walk that path the best that you can. Once you walk fearless, people will recognize this in you and help you realize your goals. I am living proof of this and I hope to inspire others to take this journey too.
“A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.” Lao Tzu
Once you are aware and prepared, getting to your desired goal is as simple as taking that first step in confidence. Write down where you want to be or what kind of life would you lead. Really take time to think about what your ultimate goal is. It might help to think, what would make for a compelling movie if you were the main character? It does not have to be huge but it just has to be the real you.
What would you write to yourself? What would you say to build yourself up and give you the fire to really live life fearless? What benchmarks would you set for yourself? What would you do everyday to move towards those goals?
Could you promise in writing to never talk bad about yourself? Could you respect yourself a little more? Could you stay away from negative distractions? Could you grasp on, with both hands, those whom you love and respect? Could you live life like your life was on the line? Could you inspire and raise others up?
Once you figure out what you are going to be, write it down boldly and sign and date it. Put this promise somewhere safe and refer to it often. Take proactive steps everyday to be that person you want to be regardless what life throws at you. If you change your mind in the future, that is fine. Amend your promise and sign and date it again.
What would your life look like if you were fearless? What would your family look like if you lived life with passion? What would our communities look like if you inspired others? What would our nation look like if we were once again the land of the free and home of the brave?