Uploaded by stefbot on Apr 17, 2010

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. http://www.freedomainradio.com

Text: http://www.fdrurl.com/slavestory

This is a short and fascinating documentary on the way we got to where we are now… basically, slaves, to a deeply entrenched system run by a very select few. They control all that we see and to a large extent, do. We are born into slavery, debt slavery, to the corporations we will work for and buy from, to the banks and ultimately to our “master,” the Federal Reserve.

It uses the analogy of a farm to describe the global system of human enslavement. And a darn good analogy it is, too! We are livestock, we are cattle and we are fodder for the wars they run to give themselves a little cash boost every so often.

Tax farming. Very bad. We need to find a way out of this system of “legal” criminality… forced upon us to control our behavior and strip us of everything. They drive the majority into pacifism through the media that they control, sending a never-ending barrage of messages of all sorts, all designed to lull and to, well, pacify. And they do it so very well.

But people are slowly “waking up,” as they say. Perhaps, if enough people begin to see what is really happening, we can become spiritually and mentally enlightened enough to break free of our bonds, reject the elite completely and enter into an unprecedented social system based on libertarian agorism, where all interactions are voluntary and hence forming what would be a true free market.

I hope we can do that as a species. And I hope we can do it in my lifetime.

Peace.

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