The politicians in the Philippines presidential “election” will once again be hogging the headlines on the TELL-A-LIE-VISION.
The information will be controlled based on a criminal agenda of plundering the income of other people in the guise of “alleviating poverty”.
Spending the money on their cronies, restricting liberties and assaulting basic human rights – such as the right to your income, the right to be peacefully smoking marijuana ON YOUR PROPERTY
This guy sez – don’t fuck with my team – but he fucks around with people?
…. the right to own a gun without licensing, the right to drive without licensing – as outrageous as it may sound as you have been made to believe.
However, let’s look at a more fundamental action that takes place every day that has eluded detection by the asleep – and is a stinking red flag to be eliminated - to the awakened.
People don’t see the plunder as they have been mesmerized by a magic show.
What’s more outrageous is to keep on allowing these thieves to steal your money and threaten people.
But before we get to the part about waking up and holding these people for their criminal deeds and misdeeds – let us first build the moral basis for rejecting the depravity – and burying it for perpetuity.
If we are to use mere beliefs – then we will not come to an agreement as everyone will have their own beliefs.
However, we can only come to a consensus based on a shared definition of the KPIs that will establish the moral superiority of freedom.
Without validating what the crowd believes, we might very well end up making the wrong decision.
Discernment is key. Get the facts. Do your own research. Come to your own conclusion
But never fear, I am here to provide a perspective that will change the way you think.
Take what you may, and leave what does not resonate with your beliefs.
And the way to do that, is to use the very same numbers that the governments around the world use to proclaim their usefulness to society- which to the awakened, is absurd.
Anyone can have a belief – the question is, whether the belief is supported by empirical data