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Article posted Apr 27 2010, 7:59 PM Category: Commentary Source: YouTube Print

The Story of Your Enslavement

"Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them." - Frederick Douglass
We can only be kept in the cages we do not see. A brief history of human enslavement - up to and including your own. From Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy conversation in the world.

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Posted: May 02 2010, 2:47 PM

98247 Very important!
Also see video at the end called Freedomainradio - There will be no recovery.

Posted: May 02 2010, 8:48 PM

128138 This guy is full of it, where is he doing his research? Anyone can point out a few statistics and come to any conclusion they want. Comparing society to a farm in this manner is a gross oversimplification of highly complicated issues.

Posted: May 03 2010, 2:03 PM

75129 Sorry sir but there are a few missing pieces to your argument that you don't explain. How would you be able to take care of yourself after you have left this "farm"? Who is the farm owner? There should be some person who is in charge... I have never seen a cow vote for their farmers. How would you get things like medical aid or food if you yourself did not know of these things? What is the alternative? Since the dawn of man people have come together for safety reasons, much like a pack of wolves will... Do you expect this to change?Would the life of one separated from the flock be worth living? It is very simple to say the world is falling to pieces and to scare people... as you have said in the beginning of the video. How do you intend to fix it?

Posted: May 06 2010, 9:11 AM

110174 So what do you want? Anarchy, were there are NO OWNERS (aka no leadership, no police force, and chaos everywhere? This form of 'enslavement' called democracy provides the farm animals with food, water, entertainment, fulfillment in life, a happy family and friends, and the 'taxes' we pay we get back in the form of services (where else does the money go?). What, did you want the government to give you SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? you really want to be one of those supposed owners, get yourself elected first or earn your way up with your intelligence or entrepreneurship skills. If you want, go back to living by yourself and stop using your right to free speech (which wow, surprisingly you still have).

Posted: May 15 2010, 9:45 PM

2076 Moooo.... Moooo.... MOOOOOO! Words like Democracy and Anarchy are vastly misinterpreted and misunderstood. We don't really live in a democracy in the way we think of democracy. Our choice of leaders are still all related to the farmers or their cousins... Or agents for the farmers selling debt. "where else does the money go?" It goes to unnecessary military occupations, false flag events that create chaos and fear and abusive propaganda and to a fraudulent banking system that harvests real wealth and labour from the livestock. The banks which run our governments create money out of nothing then charge us interest on it creating a perpetual debt bubble. Think about it. We are the "chattel", the collateral. Indeed, to whom are we indebted to? Who owns us? And why? Are we really free? Do we really have a say?

We do need to come up with an alternative. I don't think the author of this video meant so much to separate from the flock but to be more aware of what our shepherds are up to. Then ultimately be our own personal shepherds. Our own sovereigns. This is the struggle of human history.

With true freedom comes responsibility and respect for other people's freedom. "There should be some person who is in charge". You should be in charge 75129. Of your own life. And yes, we should not take our freedom of speech for granted 110174. Especially if you endorse taking away someone's rights. You become a sycophant in a chain of sycophants. Think for yourself. Someone else is thinking for you right now. It's the scared, parasitic wolves that are herding the sheeple. Wolves don't gather for safety, they gather to hunt. The only thing a wolf is afraid of is a person. A natural person. Or a flock of natural people.

Posted: Sep 30 2010, 5:22 PM

17381 OOOO, yeah! Let's get back to the Wild West! Uhm, yeah, as a disabled female, I'm sure life would be just AWESOME off the farm! yeah. I'm not really equipped to fight to the death for meat. Thanks. I don't know everything and would know close to nothing without public education, Americorps, college I attended with money from federal grants. I LIKE the infrastructure of the farm. I don't care about being "truly free" - and just what the hell is that, anyway? Freedom to shoot on site? Freedom to take what you want when you're bigger and stronge? Perhaps you may try some time in Somalia? This sounds like libertarian tea party propaganda. What crap.

Posted: Oct 28 2010, 12:06 AM

98161 Hey, I ordered a cheeseburger!
Beavis Christ

Posted: Feb 11 2011, 7:38 PM

6813 Anarchy works great as long as individuals don't band together in gangs/armies etc. to take the away life, liberty, property, etc. of others.

But that is unrealistic as it contradicts the natural human behavior/tendency to form violent groups/hierarchies. Even other primates (e.g. Chimpanzees) form groups which go out and murder/make war.

Posted: Feb 12 2011, 2:05 PM

8196 I am a little surprised at some of the negative comments here. Naivety carries a price perhaps: I rather thought that people who seek out and read and comment on IL were looking for the road to freedom.

What is freedom? Perhaps this is the vexed question. I would submit that identifying what isn't will be fruitful.

My view is that the maker of the video is likely well aware of the real problems. The only real failure seems to be that the video set out to make its case without giving offence. Cannot be done. Half truths remain lies.

His graphic display of the papal blessing begged truth. Instead it was left for individuals to know or not, the roots of our slavery, or merely speculate. I would wager that there will be little productive debate on the CoR or the Vatican, which is at the very peak of the pyramid of control.

Here in the UK. and elsewhere, the Bank of England actually raises slavery bonds against the unrebutted Cestui Que vie trusts made on the back of the Crown owned corporate personna (Birth [berth] registration) that is your only interface with the state through any official channel including the "Crowns" kangeroo courts. The Vatican similarly raises a document that dares state the papacy owns our souls. Presumptions rule.

Imagine if you will a rather unsportsmanlike child. Imagine he is playing a game, that suddenly gets serious for the reason that the spoilt brat can't lose with grace. That child will, given the opportunity, change the rules, ever more blatantly until he/she no longer loses. Then imagine a bunch of arseh*les in positions of real power who were more than a little determined to win all of the games offered by life all of the time. Then look around you. The fear of death mentioned in the video is powerful indeed. Religions have sprouted like weeds. Are any of them poor? Why does Gods vicar need his own bank?

But that is digression, worthy of just a thought for the sake of context.

The papal Bulls including the utterly evil Unam Sanctum are indeed indicative of an idiotic and malign child that wants it all. The original psychopathic solipsist.

The Court of Rota, created on the back of unam sanctum might be accepted nowadays, as the modern muddle headed slaves see courts making and breaking law all the time. However in the 14th century the court of rota reinforced the papal claim to the world and ALL of the creatures within it as property of the Church of Rome. Get it?

This Black Op was abolished in the 16th century. Then it reappeared in 1908 under Pope "Pius" 10. It was re-established as a purely spititual ecclesiastical court of 12 "apostolic prothonotary" spirits, implying the apostles. 12. Twelve plus the pope. Get it. This court is in constant session today.

The reason? Local courts are using these powers to administer Divine Immortal spirits "EXPRESSED IN TRUST" (my emphasis) "into flesh vessels as mere dead things". Damning isn't it? So perhaps the next time you end up in a crown business place (court) perhaps it is worth asking why they have dragged a corpse to see a fraud.

The truth will upset a lot of people. Me included. I need to know more. Though I can now see the cons. The video maker must try again. Say it like it is.

that said at least he has made a start. We are all lost. Even those poor mad sods in charge.

Posted: Feb 14 2011, 2:31 PM

8196 I expected to be lambasted for this remark: "The original psychopathic solipsist." ... me

The contradiction being so glaring. I am pleased this did not happen. It means that we are all becoming aware of the mass of contradictions under which we struggle.

I have been asked why it is that Rome and Britain exhibit such close ties.

I have posted before about the fraudulent Document which was the "enabling document" of the power grab, as represented by the Bishops of Rome, called "The Donation of Constantine". The Roots of today predate this template of 751 by quite a long way.

The next step into the past.

The Roman Empire, in its early stages powerful and its emperors were hereditary. Always hegemony.

In both 54bc and 55bc Julius Caesar invaded Britain and was heavily defeated by Caswallon, son of Llud ap Beli Mawr ap Manogan. A formidable victory.

Here I cut and paste the background for the attack.

"The inevitable collision between the British and the Romans appears to have come as a direct consequence
of the Roman attacks and conquest of Northern Gaul - now Normandy and Brittany. These areas were the
territories of the . Venitti, who presumably like the other Venetti of Venice in North-East Italy would have
been descendants of the Trojans. As the British also claimed Trojan -scent, it is easy to see how Caesar's
aggression against the Venetti of Northern ] au l would involve the British Kings."

Note the Venetti. It is important later when the Jesuits wrested control from the vatican.

Britain was invaded again by Rome in 42ad. Claudius this time. Here I have three histories that are broadly convergent though with small differences. One states that the Roamans gained a bridgehead as a result of the British army going home as the Roman legions did not want to embark after the previous heavy losses suffered by Julius caesar. However they all agree that Rome managed to gain a foothold in the South East. Kent viewed Rome more favourably than most of the rest of Britain. Then follows years of events, and battles wherein Rome was unable to better their gains and were not even able to consolidate properly. Rome was held at bay by King Caradoc 1.

Enter King Gwierydd.

This King though already married to a british woman named "Voada" - possibly Gwyar - who was a daughter
of King Caradoc ap Arch, the senior British King, also married a daughter of Claudius, Genissa.

This sets the stage for what was to follow. After Claudius came Nero. Essentially the purple of Rome degenerated into a cesspit. Rome was unable to restart a stable royal line.

I have this history in pdf form if anyone is interested to read it. Or I can provide the links. Though this information is easy enough to find.

Hadrian visited britain in 138ad and essentially an agreement was reached. In fact the line of Claudius through Genissa was used to kickstrt the Roman empires hereditary royal line using English Kings. The historians found this by noticing that after the senior British Kings were co opted as Roman Emperors the minor kings and princes proliferated to a ridiculous degree as a result of the absence of the senior line.

Beyond this two things need to be comprehended and placed into context.

Firstly. That Britain was already an apostolic Christian country before the Romans first Invaded.

Second. King Caradoc spent seven years in Rome after his betrayal by Cartimandua.

The facts are, seemingly, that Britain took Christianity to Rome. Not the other way round. This is a view that the British establishment will not countenance.

So we have convergence.

Roman Empire.
British Kings.

From then the rest is known.

The story is now repeating as the EU works to lock slavery in as the end game to a very long story.

As a poster has said elsewhere. A great big game of cheat.

It really is time to stop playing their game.


Posted: Mar 06 2011, 6:27 PM

74171 reading many of the comments I can see why some consider us a herd of sheep. Many of you are so defeated just the fear of being alone enslaves you let alone the fear of dying..pitiful

Posted: Dec 01 2012, 1:11 PM

84129 Yes, I am fucking afraid to be alone, and I am afraid to die. That's because I am a human being, I am a social animal and I like to live.

What worth is this information? What worth is it to overthrow a system that cares for me? I happily give my workforce for a good life. I know that is not freedom, but what kind of freedom do you want?

Why don't you tell us? Why don't you know any alternatives?
As long as we don't know of any better way, this remains the only one. Elect your leaders and elect others, if your leader fails you. Democracy may not be the best form of government, but it sure beats the alternatives.
Gnome DeGuerre

Posted: Dec 08 2012, 9:51 PM

7242 Beautiful. Brilliant. Many of the comments here merely confirm the domesticated animal mentality. Excellent job.

Posted: Dec 28 2012, 5:49 AM

8888 state, statism, evil goverments, not a word about corporations. Corporations are the farms, the state just facilitates. Another stupid libertarian.

Posted: Jan 31 2013, 10:21 AM

98202 What you're describing is called a society. Animals don't live in civilizations and therefore don't have to worry about any kind of shared community responsibility. Sure that means you have to give up some of your eggs, but it also means that we get to have the 7 billion strong society that we have today that is literally threatened in no way by any foreseeable natural danger. Take away society and we'd still be a species in the tens of thousands living in fragmented tribes in the northern deserts of Africa.

and what you're interpreting as a motivation driven by fear is completely backwards. Generally (and this is backed by all anthropological research) communities look to their own government for protection from OTHER invading communities. Those governments allow for a safe, organized community.

Cheer up Mr Dystopia and take some history classes so you can understand how civilizations were actually formed.

Posted: Feb 12 2013, 5:16 AM

7074 How did these undomesticated animals get on the Internet? Shoo! Your scaring the livestock with your revolutionary notions. The pope might hear and bring the fury of the church down upon all of us sheep...
Not So Anonymous

Posted: Apr 04 2013, 2:31 PM

65183 Schulze said, "What worth is it to overthrow a system that cares for me?"

Cares for you? Who said they care for you? They don't give a whit about you.

Posted: Feb 06 2014, 7:58 AM

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