WINDS OF CHANGE
The term “Chosen Ones” has been used of late to refer to those of you who have Zim currency. I prefer to refer to you as “Those Who Have Chosen” because it is not an outside act of selection; it has been an internal one. You have chosen yourselves.
You have chosen to put yourselves in a position of change. Change can be feared or change can be embraced.
To embrace change is to initiate it.
NESARA is such a change. If you believe that part of the charter of our military forces is to safeguard our constitution and the intent of our Founding Fathers, then it becomes easier to accept the need for a substantial change.
America is off track. The current election is surely a strong indicator of this problem. So are unemployment and the long lines for a hand out. As a business owner, I can assure you that America is one of the worst places to do business as far as government support and taxes, let alone public sentiment.
How did we get so far off track? More importantly, what do we do about it?
The problem as I see it lies in the thoughts of the individual. That’s where you come in.
By thinking you are alone and isolated, you may be limiting an understanding of what’s wrong in America and a true belief that you can do something about it.
It is a giant jig saw puzzle, without question. We have elected corrupt officials. Government can always be used unwisely when those you elect look for ways for selfish gain first. With that kind of thinking, the individuals a government official was meant to serve simply don’t enter the picture.
It is much harder to undo the problems forced by poor election selections than it is to elect the right people in the first place. Now the inconvenience and messiness of rebellion comes into play.
Rebellion has a role. It always has.
Thomas Jefferson understood this in every cell of his being. He was a champion of how to correct social wrongs once a society was infiltrated.
In a letter to James Madison on January 30, 1787, he outlined his belief that life was a curse when living in a society governed by force.
"Societies exist under three forms sufficiently distinguishable. 1. Without government, as among our Indians. 2. Under governments wherein the will of everyone has a just influence, as is the case in England in a slight degree, and in our states in a great one. 3. Under governments of force: as is the case in all other monarchies and in most of the other republics. To have an idea of the curse of existence under these last, they must be seen. It is a government of wolves over sheep. It is a problem, not clear in my mind, that the 1st. condition is not the best. But I believe it to be inconsistent with any great degree of population. The second state has a great deal of good in it. The mass of mankind under that enjoys a precious degree of liberty and happiness. It has its evils too: the principal of which is the turbulence to which it is subject. But weigh this against the oppressions of monarchy, and it becomes nothing. Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem. Even this evil is productive of good. It prevents the degeneracy of government, and nourishes a general attention to the public affairs. I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.1 Unsuccessful rebellions indeed generally establish the encroachments on the rights of the people which have produced them. An observation of this truth should render honest republican governors so mild in their punishment of rebellions, as not to discourage them too much. It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government."
Force comes into play in many subtle ways. It can be the oppression of too many rules so that individuals and businesses can’t thrive. It can be a repression of free thinking and expression. The worst is that of deception, in my mind. This is when those governing have a purpose of complete control of those governed yet present to them otherwise.
I think perhaps that is where we are off in America. We just don’t want to believe that those governing us are really not out for our good. But you see, social systems like food stamps are for emergencies, not a way of life. Unemployment was never anticipated as a means of making a living and supporting a family. Unemployment benefits were for dire circumstances. Perhaps some people get it, but it seems to have become a way of life for many to live on food stamp allotments and unemployment. How can you be against someone who gives you such things?
I suppose the scariest part of life is learning how to support yourself and your family. Have we failed to teach that taking the risk of owning a business is worth the risk? Have we failed to provide the type of jobs and teach the kind of skills that make one proud of doing a great job? I’m afraid so. It comes back on those of us that know better. Jefferson called it being “enlightened” and felt a responsibility to help the masses learn to govern themselves through self-enterprise.
Now, through the vulnerability of our own ignorance and our children raised without society-awareness, we are being dominated by politicians and government that is controlling our health, our ability to make a living, our worship and even our very lives.
We got off track as a country when we went off the gold standard. We got off track when we gave bankers full freedom to design our monetary system. We got off track when we separated church and state so far that there was no longer a moral basis for our government or its leaders.
What is NESARA?