Saturday, February 13, 2010

The New Fascists:

Part 1 – A Political Primer

by James Hudnall - February 11th, 2010 - Big Journalism

There is no left or right. Communist, Socialist, Liberal, Conservative, Progressive, Democrat, Republican, those are all meaningless terms. They are used to confuse people so they miss the point. The most important point about politics there is. There are only two schools of political thought and they have predictable results. All the names and labels for them are just smoke and mirrors.

Political ideology is designed by elites to trick the masses into doing what they want. Each side tells you something designed to get your emotions going so they can play you. They get you to agree to give them more power, money and control over your lives by telling you some kind of story.

We need to put that vicious cycle to an end. It’s time to understand what their real goals are. But to free your mind, you need to be educated first. Only by seeing the road ahead can you avoid tripping on stones or falling off cliffs.

There are only two real political choices to make. And it has nothing to do with parties. It has to do with core beliefs. You are for one side or another. These sides are diametrically opposed. The best way I can describe the two choices is, freedom or slavery. That is what it boils down to. And the slave in question is you.

Great article. Though the premise is simply one way to look at the issue in question, the issue is so important that any coverage is a fantastic step forward. The key point is that freedom versus slavery is as accurate a way to describe the choice as any that anyone else has ever invented. Everyone with a political ideology to sell makes up convoluted reasons you should believe, yet in the final analysis that can be summed as systems for government to control you (slavery) or systems for you to control your own actions (freedom).

Pick one and then follow the logic of any political ideology to its logical conclusion and you will know whether it is acceptable to you or not. However do not expect that the logical conclusion of an ideology will be easy to follow. The proponents of slavery have learned much about making the process of deceiving you difficult to perceive.


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