- EDUCATION – We will start from the beginning origins of the American system, show original intent of the Founders, and how we have ended up some of the most enslaved people on the planet.
- ACTION – I will publicly be sharing my experience of revoking consent peacefully. This will tie into the “Education” section as these two subjects are codependent.
- SOLUTION – This subject will contain various elements of attaining freedom and “sovereignty” in terms of food, economy and other personal elements of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness.
- MISC – This portion will be reserved for current events and things of a nature that do not pertain necessarily to Education, Action or Solution topics.
The above topics will be categorized by a numerical system so the reader can tie different articles together easily. For instance, if the reader is following an article on “Action,” such as the “Termination of Voter Registration” (that I will be posting shortly), It will be marked by “A1.1” or “Action 1, Part 1” which will provide structure to help people understand the process I will be taking. Freedom encompasses a multi-faced issues that intermingle constantly and I will do my best to keep things organized and simple. In conclusion, I wanted to comment on the overall purpose of this real life, as-it-happens experience. There are many factions of people that have various belief systems. On one side the anarchist who believes government to be inherently evil and people will magically respect each other individually or in a group. On the other side is the unapologetic statist who believes government is the ultimate authority and saftey comes before individual rights. I do not share either opinions, although if I had to classify myself, I would be libertarian/minarchist. I believe a just government is one who recognizes the inherent rights of man as paramount. With that being said, my rights come from my humanity and in no way shape or form will any of this blog be construed otherwise. Constitutions are made to SECURE rights, not grant them. Any government who does not secure the rights of the people is unjust and tyrannical, thus deserves no such allegiance/consent. Ultimately, it is the people who are responsible for their own enslavement due to lack of knowledge and vigilance. And that is why I even started this blog.
The fundamental political question is why do people obey a government. The answer is that they tend to enslave them-selves, to let themselves be governed by tyrants. Freedom from servitude comes not from violent action, but from the refusal to serve. Tyrants fall when the people withdraw their support.
~ÉTIENNE DE LA BOÉTIE