LESSONS FROM HISTORY

This Independence Day…

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As did the Patriots during the American Revolution on July 4, 1776, who declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain,

Declare your own independence!

Independence from…


 
…the system.

Establish your own liberty from the system that is restricting and controlling you. Understand for yourself that you have the right and power to act, believe, and express yourself in a manner of your own choosing.

Understand this… there IS a system that has MOST OF YOU trapped and controlled, whether you realize it or not. Some of us have escaped its clutches, at least to the extent that one is able to do so in today’s modern world. But most have not, and in fact do not even recognize the walls that are keeping them inside.

In short, the system is that which keeps you in debt, distracted, controlled and enslaved to it (them). It does this (They do this) using a multitude of fronts from all around you. Covertly, slowly, stealthily, you have been drawn in to the cage -often willingly (and blindly.) Although you ‘see,’ you do not see the truth as to what has been happening…

Many of you who read this blog know that of which I’m referring to. The system. Chapters could be written of more detail as to what this represents, but suffice it to say it is not favorable to Liberty. A civilization needs rules, and a system, but it must be kept simple and small for men and women to remain free. Many are realizing that this is not the case today as our system has become gargantuan, immense, behemoth…

Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence once said, “Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.”

We must resist the encroachment of government into our lives, and be highly suspicious of rationalizations that are used as excuses to peel away our liberties. Today more than ever, it has become very difficult at best to be outside the clutches of government tentacles, however we must not remain silent while we still have the right to speak out and act within the present law.

 

Declare Your Independence

 

1. Reduce and Remove debt from your life

You (and the government) OWE the Federal Reserve (a private organization). They control the money (what is money?) and they have all the power. You are indebted to whom you owe money. Period. They are the masters. The bankster elite.

If you are not in debt, you owe no one. You are a different man (or woman) when you are living debt free. You will think differently and behave differently. You WILL be more independent. The system DOES NOT want you in this condition.

Declare your independence by making a pledge to yourself that you will not incur further debt. That is step number one. To the best of your ability, reduce the debt which you have hanging around your neck. That is step number two. Know that the process will be difficult and possibly long, and maintain a positive attitude towards the end goal of being ‘more’ free. That is step number three.

2. Discover and Learn to be more self sufficient

…in everything that you do. The more that you can do for yourself, the less that you will need others to do it for you. Begin with the essentials of life. Discover and learn how to provide ‘some’ of this for yourself. If you ever attain ‘all’, then you have won in this important area. Learn gardening and food preservation. If you can feed yourself, you will not need a component of the system to feed you.

3. Purpose

In all aspects of your life, examine how you spend your time and challenge what it is that you are doing. For what purpose. To what gain or to what end… and why it is that you are doing it… You may discover that you’ve been ‘programmed’ by the system. Examine your spirituality or your deep rooted motivations for what you wish to accomplish. Don’t let external systems cloud your thoughts or opinions. Know that it is fairly easy for the system to influence others who are not ‘thinkers’, so, think for yourself…

 
On this 4th of July, let us think as individuals, and challenge the systems and influences that are around us. Declare your own independence. Then, do it.

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Being debt free is one of the best feelings you will ever have.
I equate the feeling to falling in love— you just feel good all the time.
Yes, it is hard to become debt free, it takes work and discipline, but it is worth all the effort.
Then you can devote more energy, time and money to the rest of the plan.
It is a big first step.

I’m proudly debt-free for the past 12 years! It’s such a relief! I doubt I’ll owe anybody ever again. It’s very much like breaking an addiction.
I’ve worked most of my life to be able to feed myself without help, not completely there yet, but closer every year. That is at the top of my list of priorities.

We are currently working towards being debt free. It’s really hard. We are rid of credit cards. Now to work on the mortgage. Thinking of selling and getting a smaller place so we don’t owe. IF we can find anything. Everybody is selling.

You will NEVER be debt free, as long as you own a car (tabs etc), or especially a house. There are always property taxes, income taxes, etc. Unless you live like a hermit, you will ALWAYS be owned by the government. It’s designed that way for a reason…