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Statism: The Cult of Kings and Tyrants

“The belief in ‘government’ is not based on reason; it is based on faith.” Larken Rose’s sentiment can be recognized now more than ever in the faces of worshipers of the state. It can be seen in the crowds cheering for Biden in the streets, ignoring the “science” they have so desperately preached these past few months.  It’s visible in the undying loyalty of MAGA cultists crowding the streets of Washington, showing support for their King “appointed by God himself.”  It’s a religion that has caused more violence and chaos than any other faith in history.  It’s the cult of kings and tyrants alike.

Most Important Election

This past election is the most important election in our lifetime. Then again every election has been, hasn’t it?  Why is this?  In 2004, Democrats said that Bush was a menace and compared him to Hitler.  In 2008 and 2012, Republicans called Obama a communist Muslim who was most likely the antichrist who will force us to get the mark of the beast.  Finally, in 2016 and 2020, Democrats called Trump a xenophobic, Russian spy, idiot-genius, who was the worst thing since Hitler.  As you may or may not know, it is not the feelings of the tone-deaf politicians that I’m concerned about.

The NPCs

Larken Rose stated, “I’m not scared of the Maos and the Stalins and the Hitlers.  I’m scared of the thousands of millions of people that hallucinate them to be ‘authority,’ and so do their bidding, and pay for their empires, and carry out their orders.  I don’t care if there’s one looney with a stupid moustache. He’s not a threat if the people do not believe in ‘authority.’”

Somewhere along the line, a majority of us have been forced into what used to be compared to teams.  It was a rivalry like the Chiefs and the Raiders (my Midwest is showing).  Now it seems we’re being forced into camps as if we are about to go to war.  For us liberty-minded individuals who have seen the signs, it seems the country might.  The problem does not lie with which politicians are good and which are bad.  If you’re reading my papers, I can assume you think, like me, that an overwhelming majority think they are self-serving wannabe kings.  The problem lies with the undying loyalty of their flock.

It’s Not a Rivalry

I say flock because Jesus Christ did not have an army.  Nor did he have constituents.  He was a shepherd and they were his flock and it seems to me that we have escalated as a country from loyalty to cult-like worship of these monsters in charge.  The politicians are doing nothing to discourage this blind faith.

These people lost their minds over a person that they admitted didn’t give the people a second thought and would probably be as self-serving as the previous dictator.  Yet I, as well as many others who have reached out to me, were subjected to aggressive accusations of being a traitor, unpatriotic, and unamerican.  These people are not worth our time but it is important to observe and note.

During the election, I did not hide my opinions on voting. I was vocal about how we should never vote for another candidate ever again.  Politicians were put on display like never before. Politics in general became transparent and honest for the first time in history.  Politicians were openly making power plays and honest about seizing control.  Yet that only strengthened the faith of both camps.  Before the election, I was confronted by friends and family in an aggressive manner. They found out that I wasn’t voting for Trump.  After the election, I was confronted by friends who were Biden supporters. The said that I was too weak and cowardly to vote for human rights.  

Straying From Status Quo

Why, J?  Why should we care about the blind faith sheeple?  Because the authoritative communists told the anarchists to face the wall after the Bolshevik revolution.  This is not a comment on anarcho-communists.  If hippies want to acquire a plot of land and start a commune then why should anyone be upset?  Who am I to say two grown adults can’t share.  

What I am saying is that we are on the brink of a civil conflict, unlike anything we have seen in modern history.  The authoritarian left and the authoritarian right.  Who do you think they will turn on next?

What Does This Mean?

Larken Rose rose went on to say, “In truth, the belief in ‘government’ is a religion, made up of a set of dogmatic teachings, irrational doctrines which fly in the face of both evidence and logic, and which are methodically memorized and repeated by the faithful.” Like other religions, the gospel of Government describes a superhuman, supernatural entity, above us mere mortals, which issues commandments to the peasantry, for whom unquestioning obedience is a moral imperative.

When you turn on your television, when you pull up any social media, when you turn on your radio, and many other things you perform in your daily life, you see a strict scripture of what to believe, who to believe, and why you should think what you think.  When you stray from the status quo you are silenced.  The President of the United States, the supposed most powerful man in the world, is not exempt and was the most recent victim of censorship when he tried to discuss voter fraud.  

What can we do to fight the ongoing battle of censorship and state worship?  As always, adapt and overcome.  Learn new ways to get around algorithms so that we can continue to spread the message. We must use different tactics to beat the corporate press, who openly tell us to only trust their narrative.  If they keep deleting us off their websites, then we might just have to make some ourselves.

J Flintlock

Former prison guard and U.S. Army officer, radicalized by the very system he swore an oath to. Send hate mail to @FlintlockFction on Twitter or @LeverAction4Liberty on Instagram

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