Fight to End Elite Lockdowns Scam

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Fight to End Elite Lockdowns Scam

The deadline for the promised return to 'normal' in Britain is being shoved back yet again. Public anger is growing as the realisation spreads that the criminals running the G7 and global institutions have no intention at all of giving us back our freedoms. Perpetual tyranny under the guise of 'fighting covid and climate change' ARE the 'new normal'.

The only way we're going to get our freedoms back is if we TAKE them back. How? Well, the Templars have published a whole book about The Great Reset Resistance, because we saw this all coming a year ago. The fist step is to buy it and read it carefully. The Great Reset Resistance has two chapters about what is being done to us, who by and why they are doing it. But all the rest is about what WE can all do to fight this evil.

Here are a few extracts from one chapter, about how the ideas of the founder of the concept of peaceful mass civil disobedience are more applicable than ever in the fightback against lockdown:

Having warned us of the nature of tyrants and the pains of the tyrannised, La Boétie moves on to the very heart of the matter – the fact that tyranny is only possible because the people themselves permit it by collaborating with it:

‘All this havoc, this misfortune, this ruin, is imposed on you not by alien foes, but from the one enemy whom you yourselves make as powerful as he is……... He who oppresses you has only two eyes, only two hands, only one body……. He has not one jot more power than that which you confer upon him to destroy you. Where does he find enough eyes to spy upon you, if you do not provide them yourselves? How can he have so many strong arms with which to beat you, if he does not borrow them from you? The jackboots that kick down your doors, where does he get them if they are not on your own feet?

‘How does he have any power over you except through you? How would he dare assail you if he had no cooperation from you? What could he do to you the people, if you yourselves did not connive with the thief who plunders you, if you were not accomplices of the murderer who kills you, if you were not traitors to yourselves? You sow your crops in order that he may ravage them, you install and furnish your homes to give him goods to pillage; you rear your daughters that he and his favourites may gratify their lust; you bring up your sons in order that he may confer upon them the greatest privilege he knows---to be led into his battles, to be delivered to butchery, to be made the servants of his greed and the instruments of his vengeance; you work yourselves to the bone so that he may indulge in his delights and wallow in his filthy pleasures; you weaken yourselves in order to make him the stronger and the mightier to hold you in bondage. ‘

How is this possible? Think of those Covid masks as La Boétie continues his timeless analysis:

‘….all those things to which he is trained and accustomed seem natural to man …..so habit is the first reason for voluntary servitude. Men are like handsome race horses who first bite the bit but later come to like it, and rearing under the saddle a while soon learn to enjoy displaying their harness and prance proudly beneath their trappings.

‘It is incredible how as soon as a people becomes subject, it quickly falls into such complete forgetfulness of its freedom that it can hardly be roused to the point of regaining it, obeying so easily and so willingly that, watching how events unfold, one is forced to say that this people has not so much lost its liberty as won its enslavement.

‘It is said that Mithridates trained himself to drink poison. Like him we learn to swallow, and not to find bitter, the venom of servitude’.

La Boétie’s next point is particularly relevant to those who may still think that the extraordinary restrictions imposed upon us during the Covid ‘emergency’ will ‘wither away’.

‘Everyone knows that the fire from a little spark will spread and blaze ever higher as long as it finds wood to burn. But even without being quenched by water, when it merely finds no more fuel to feed on, it consumes itself, dies down, and burns itself out. Similarly, the more tyrants pillage, the more they crave, the more they ruin and destroy; the more one yields to them, and obeys them, by that much do they become mightier and more formidable, and the readier to annihilate and destroy. But if not one thing is yielded to them, if - without any violence - they are simply not obeyed, they become naked and undone and as nothing, just as, when the root receives no nourishment, the branch withers and dies.’

Having warned us of the dangers and reminded us that tyrants do not relinquish their power on their own accord, La Boétie leads on to his prescription for how we must deal with them in order to take back our freedom:

‘From all these indignities, such as the very beasts of the field would not endure, you can deliver yourselves if you do but try. Not by taking action, but merely by willing to be free. Resolve to serve no more, and you are at once freed. I do not ask that you place hands upon the tyrant to topple him over, but simply that you support him no longer. Then you will see him, like a great Colossus whose pedestal has been pulled away, fall under his own weight and break into pieces’.

La Boétie concludes that ‘there is no need for fighting to overcome this single tyrant, for he is automatically defeated if the country refuses consent to its own enslavement.’

La Boétie's pioneering call for civil disobedience, for mass non-violent resistance as the most effective means of overthrowing tyranny, springs directly from this core tenet:  that all rule relies on the consent of the subject masses, who provide not just the things which the tyrant desires, but also the manpower and means by which he takes them.

The more one yields to tyranny, the stronger and more unbearable it becomes. But when the tyrants ‘are simply not obeyed,’ they become ‘undone and as nothing.’

Here we must note that La Boétie was considering the case of the overwhelmingly material tyrant, who wanted wealth, possessions, taxes, young men for soldiers and the prettiest girls as sex slaves.  The destruction of the productive middle classes and the wholesale transfer of their wealth and assets has, of course, been a striking feature of the globalists’ rolling coup in recent years.

La Boétie would have seen this as entire normal. He would surely have looked, however, at the liberal obsession with imposing their ‘global-homo’ agenda on the entire Planet – and especially their manic efforts to indoctrinate and pervert children – as something very much out of the ordinary. Old fashioned tyrants generally wanted to rob you of your wealth and your practical freedoms; their 21st century counterparts are most excited of all by the prospect of stealing your mind and soul.

One does not necessarily need to be a practicing Christian to recognise that, of all tyrannies, this is of the most dangerous. But it is also the easiest to resist. Unless and until they have us all implanted with minds-reading chips, our thoughts remain free. Even if they forced spy devices to monitor our conversations into every living room, office, school, car and street on the planet, there would still be wild and windswept places, parks and woods full of rustling trees, and coded ways of saying things.

The elite may have fantasies of a global corporate surveillance state, and hardly a day goes by without news of some further new step towards that dystopian end, but its final implementation is a very, very long way away. Indeed, their deindustrialisation mania and controlled but reckless demolition of our old normal will inevitably place growing strains on the ability of impoverished states even to maintain current levels of policing, let alone to increase them to the dizzy heights needed to impose the level of surveillance and control that their Brave New World fantasy demands..............

 

Hence we see that Boétie’s insistence on the withdrawal of consent and collaboration is even more relevant to resistance to the technocratic liberal tyranny of our times. Despite the immense and power of surveillance capitalism, and without minimising the dangers of the lurch towards techno-feudalism, we must recognise and develop ways to exploit the fact that the massive coercive and economic power of the State and corporations does not intrude into much of our family, social and cultural life – unless we let it.

The State can take your taxes by force, but supermarkets and agribusiness corporations can only dominate your food chain if you use them instead of farmers’ markets or growing your own. The global-homo propaganda of the TV can only steal your children's identity and souls if you switch it on.

‘Hate speech’ laws can make it dangerous to discuss who is responsible for the advertising poison that makes White men invisible and promotes miscegenation, but they cannot stop you teaching your children about our history. The authorities cannot stop you creating a group of families where Dads matter and organise things. They cannot stop you working with like-minded people to build a movement which obtains premises where boys and teens learn the skills and behaviour of men, girls learn feminine ones, and social evenings provide the setting for them to meet, sing, dance and fall in love.

To defy the tyranny of State and Church cost many in Boétie’s time the agonies of the thumbscrew, the rack and the stake. To defy liberalism’s Pied Piper assault on your children involves nothing more onerous than selecting or making your own entertainment or teaching your own children your own values, out of school if needs be.

Boétie’s analysis contains one more very hopeful insight. We have already noted how the New Unhappy Lords of the technocracy diverge drastically from the normal behaviour of tyrants in making no effort to make the public see and adore them as supermen or demi-gods.

Historically, the first step towards building a popular consensus for mass civil disobedience for the removal of a tyrant would have been to educate the public into the corrupt and incompetent reality behind the painstakingly constructed façade of probity, legitimacy and competence. Fortunately, that work has already been done for us by the elite themselves – and they manage to reinforce the lesson every single day!

This goes a long way to explaining the obvious desperation in the current drive both to impose ever more repressive laws and technologies on the ‘human herd’, and to habituate us to obeying ridiculous regulations on nakedly nonsensical pretexts. But the complete lack of public respect for those imposing such artificial obedience means that it would only take one small spark to set off an explosion that could break down popular acceptance of tyranny almost overnight.............

 

For all that he died nearly five hundred years ago; La Boétie is indeed on our side in a very real and concrete way. As we have seen, his insights into tyranny and his proposals for its overthrow are uniquely applicable to our times and to the coming struggle.  The deeds of the future must be ours, but let us leave the last word to Etienne de La Boétie:

‘As for me, I truly believe I am right, since there is nothing so contrary to a generous and loving God as tyranny - I believe He has reserved, in a separate spot in Hell, some very special punishment for tyrants and their accomplices.’

 

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