The government is a private corporation and you are not the owner. Either you are the stock of the government, part of the herd owned by those who own the government, or you are a free human being.
When the government mandates that you must do something, you have two choices. One is to do as you are told, thereby accepting your role as a herd animal owned and controlled. The other is to recognize your own freedom and your equality with all men and women on the planet. No masters. No servants.
If you get this, it will not matter to you that the government schools, which are really just training centers that prepare children to be good and compliant members of the herd, are now force branding the blood of the calves.
If you get this, you will simply pull your children from the herd and enter into the land of freedom. In fact, you are already in it. If you do not realize this you only need shift your perspective.
There are two hidden keys that few people are aware of. The first is easier to see. It is that we cannot do this alone. We are social animals. We need communities and relationships. We can only do this in communities.
The second hidden key is what few people will allow themselves to see. If you are not content to be equal with all other men and women on the planet, you will be trying to get ahead. You will believe in the hierarchies of money, fame and power.
If you can accept your equality with all, you can easily walk away from the barnyard without fear. It will be easy. There will be no feeling of trauma. To take your children out of the schools of the ranchers will feel like a relief, a liberation. You will easily recognize the opportunity to create a more humane, more lively and joyful community.
If you cannot accept your equality with all, you will cling to your place in the pecking order and feel betrayed when your rancher demands more of you. When they demand even the blood of your calves for branding, either you will submit as over 90% have already willingly done and many of the hold outs are now doing, or you will not.
If you do not submit, you have two choices. One is to beg and plead with the rancher to be more kind in their branding, to apply the branding iron to a less painful area of the body, or in a more gentle way. The other is to hop the fence and be done with the ranch altogether. To enter into the wilderness.
The wilderness can seem like a frightening place to barnyard animals, animals used to the confines of the pens and corrals. It can seem wild and untamed, but it is not. It has a deeper, more complex, more creative and dynamic order. The order of the wild is juicy and alive. It creeps and crawls. It soars and dives. It is soft and quiet, yet deadly missteps are possible. There is no rancher to build your fences for you. There is only life regulating itself in spontaneous creation and destruction, all things entwined, being born, living and dying.
The wild is frightening to the domesticated herd.
Is it now the only option for those who do not want the blood of their children branded? Yes.
I for one prefer it. You might find that you do too.
Come out. Hop the fence. Push open the gate. It is not locked. Join me and the growing number of living men and women who have left the barnyard, have left the pens and corrals, the stalls and cubicles. It is indeed a wild world. And it is alive.
I went last night to a movie theater on the edge of the barnyard. I stepped back in to the corral for a moment. The film on the screen told a story. It was a story about ranchers and how they corral the herd. It was a story about how the ranchers put a little something in the water, in the hay, to sedate the herd when it gets restless. Even to keep them addicted, to keep them from becoming alive and free. The film itself did not overtly call from the wild, luring the herd out of the barnyard. But it did hint.
And then in the question and answer period afterwards, the producer of the film spoke fervently, passionately, unabashedly about the need to not only leave the barnyard but to tear down the fence on the way out.
I had heard that the data the CDC threw away was damning. I did not need to know what their data said. I am a free man. I can perceive and think for myself. I have heard the real data, the real stories from the men and women and human beings living the truth every day of how the branding of the blood of the children has wounded and destroyed. Yet when I saw the data the ranch hands at the CDC threw away, even I was shocked.
The film will continue to play. It is a horror story. I cried more times than I care to admit. I think most of us did.
Please see this film. Take your family and friends.
And then please continue to educate yourself about vaccines, about the way the blood of your children is branded. Learn. Engage your community in thoughtful, contemplative conversation. Teach what you have learned in a way that others may also learn.
Here is a list of three books to get you started.
The first is a primer, a brief introduction to the main questions we must ask as we consider vaccination. It is written in simple, easy to understand language and makes it clear to the uninitiated what the conversation is really about. It covers the issue in broad strokes and is largely a summary of other people’s work. But it introduces one concept that few people seem to remember. There is no such thing as a vaccine preventable disease. The book discusses how vaccines cause diseases and when we consider vaccinating we must shift our cost benefit analysis parameters. We are considering the difference between the natural version of the disease and the manufactured version. This book can be found here.
The second book in this series goes into greater historical detail and greater scientific detail. It discusses the mythology behind vaccines and dissolves the illusions that vaccines saved us from polio and small pox, among other diseases. It can be found here.
The third book is a thorough, scientifically rigorous examination of the vaccines commonly used today. It covers the history of the diseases, the history of the vaccines and cites over one thousand scientific studies examining the effectiveness and dangers of each. It can be found here.
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Received this from Ann, good blogs, good people and they echo the same sentiments you do. Make a difference in your own community.
Sorry for so many new sites to replace crashed ones or ones they not let us update but they just can’t part with us completely:) lol
Here are the Newer Blogs:)