Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The World's Most Obvious Conspiracy



Who are the Illuminati? What happened to Tower 7? Was the moon landing staged? What is the New World Order? Did TWA Flight 800 get shot down? Are airplanes poisoning us with chemtrails? Is the world secretly ruled by the Rothschild family? Who shot JFK? What really happened at Sandy Hook? These are the questions posed by countless conspiracy theorists. While significant historical events always deserve more scrutiny, I am not overly concerned with any of these alleged conspiracies. Instead, I focus on the most dangerous, insidious, and obvious conspiracy the world has ever known: The enslavement of every man, woman, and child on Earth.


To understand why I believe such a conspiracy is happening, let me summarize Robert Nozick's "The Tale of the Slave" (video). Imagine a slave that is owned by an extremely harsh master. The master whips and beats the slave mercilessly whenever he feels like it. Then the master has a change of heart and only gets out the whip when the slave disobeys orders. Later on, the master lets the slave have some free time. The slave is only required to do the master's bidding three days of every week and can have four days off. A while later, the master lets the slave freely travel and work wherever the slave wants, but orders the slave to send three-sevenths of the fruits of his labor back to the master. Now tell me; in this tale, when did the slave become free?

The answer is that the slave is still a slave, no matter what arrangements the master has made. Did the last scenario in that tale sound familiar? It should, because that is what virtually everybody does, including you. You can travel and work pretty much wherever you want. You are free to choose a profession that suits you and you can buy any house that you can afford. You can marry whoever you want and you are free to have children. You can purchase all sorts of neat things and you can spend your free time doing what you like to do. But despite all of these wonderful options, you are always required to send a certain percentage of the fruits of your labor to the state (the state is any coercive government). If you disobey and refuse to send a portion of your wealth to the state, you will be punished. The inescapable conclusion is that you, and everyone you know, is a slave.

That is why I never focus on the various conspiracy theories that are tossed around so much these days. Many of them are interesting and might deserve a second look, but there is a far more important issue at stake. I do not simply wish for the truth to be exposed. I desire the freedom of every human on the planet! I am an abolitionist in the most complete meaning of the word. The highest political end that I can imagine is the liberation of all mankind. That is why I mostly ignore the constant sideshows that occur every week, like Benghazi, the border "crisis", and the alleged threat posed by ISIS. These things are meant to distract but I want to help people focus on the most critical subject of our time. That is why I work to expose the world's most obvious conspiracy.

Special thanks to Larken Rose for inspiring me to write about this

9 comments:

  1. There's one very important piece of information you are leaving out here and that's that we benefit from the money we pay in taxes to the government. If we were really slaves, the government would not use the money from taxes to pay for roads, or education, or anything else. The truth is, we benefit from the money we pay into the system, in essence, we receive services for our payment. How can we be slaves if we benefit from our taxes?

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    1. I suggest you read the actual "The Tale of the Slave" that the blog post links to. Further insight on taxes can be gained by doing so.

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    2. We hardly benefit the income taxes paid to the government. The government benefits the most. In order for us, ordinary citizens, to benefit, taxation must have representation. For example, our roads are supposed to be maintained by the taxes paid when people purchase gas. Yes, a certain percentage pays for education, low income programs, social security, etc, however, these programs would be less needed if the dollar wasn't being devalued on a daily basis. We would have more buying power because the dollar would have more value without inflation. Much of our income taxes are spent repaying big amounts of debt we use to pay for the troops we station in over 130 countries, also.

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    3. The phrase, "Ideas so good they have to be mandatory" comes to mind.

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    4. So blacks weren't actually slaves because they received some benefits for their servitude? Got it...

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  2. The benefits you get are an illusion. How much do we put it versus what we actually get in return? On the local level the benefits are more visible. But on the federal level, what do you really get? Entitlement spending is nearly half the budget. Military and interest on the debt is another 25-30%.

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  3. Bingo! It's a total rip-off! done by force, and in the end a sucky product in return!

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  4. Time to abolish ALL slavery! Good read. I wonder what it was like before income tax was instituted. We were still a very wealthy nation.

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