We don’t need an equal rights law…………………………Is this still a slave mentality?

Why we don’t need an equal rights law, is this still a slave mentality? OK, I’m at it again, I love to ruffle those feathers, media pun dents, bloggers, and fans out there.  Just like Ron Paul, I’m sure I’ll get some slack for this one but follow me. 

Do we really need equal rights? Or do we just need to educate, and make people more aware of their true ability.  Has government created an enemy by supplying too much help, and such reliable dependency systems where anyone can simply rely on what’s given to them, and never have to worry about creating, working or manifesting anything for themselves? From welfare, to healthcare, Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, and whatever other benefits they provide.  Now my argument has nothing to do with taxes, I don’t mind paying taxes, my argument is against anyone who teaches, leads, or persuade against our true ability and creation.  I’m going to let the secret out, there’s a way for you to create, manifest anything you desire, our world is organized in such a precise order from government, to supply and demand, service, and our many human desires that it doesn’t take much to create a business and provide for yourself.  Why do you think Apple sells out every new device that comes out, in a recession? 

Slavery was more mental, not physical, if there were two or three plantation masters, how could they really physically control hundred’s of slaves?  Slaves, physically had the ability at any point, to turn on and take over any plantation by force, but the mentality, the fear, the impression of need and volunteer suppression to the slave master could not temporarily be overcome.  Unfortunately, today we are still enslaved, but without the chains. The media feeds your consciousness and thoughts of lack, limited resources, recession, and evil rich people and that the government will always fight and look out for the weak. Government is a resource that should work for you, not a necessity for you to depend on. You have the ability to create your own safe neighborhood, your own food and clothing stores, your own businesses, your own savings and retirement pension or social security.  If you don’t want me in your store because of the color of my skin, no problem, I’ll find an investor and build a store right next to yours, and PUT your ass out of business by providing service to EVERYBODY, because we’re all created equally and I don’t need equal rights.

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18 Responses to We don’t need an equal rights law…………………………Is this still a slave mentality?

  1. Randy Gage says:

    As James Allen so eloquently stated in “As a Man Thinketh,” both the slave and oppressor are co-creators in ignorance.


  2. Chris says:

    Nice heartfelt essay or blog as most call it. Do me a favor read Genealogy Of Morals by Frederich Nietzsche. You are on the right track. Not sure of your religious views but Nietzsche does say that Christianity is at fault for our slave mentality. Simplistically: Christian culture was derived from slaves. Slaves having views of empathy, compassion, self denial, sacrifice, suppressing…things seen today as good. Christianity shaping our views. Vs. what was Noble.
    Anyways, read it. It might change some views in your life.

  3. Kory says:

    Big help, big help. And spuerlatvie news of course.

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