Time to uproot evil.
By my count there are three great problems in the world that are
the primary sources of evil. What is evil? Well, it is certainly
unfair. I would say evil is anything usurious – anything that seeks
an unfair advantage. Any violation of an individual's rights is an
evil trespass. Your individual rights end where my individual rights
begin. Do not cross the line and all will be fine.
Unfortunately, individual rights are given the lowest priority by
modern cultures. To the government you are just a number.
Individuals, unless remarkable, are not remarkable. Any single person
is statistically insignificant and even more insignificant if they
have no money.
The first problem is the money itself, of course. I have written
of this many, many times. Money must not be lent at interest. The
best money would be a sovereign coin owned by the (sovereign) people
themselves. The money to pay interest is never created, only the
principal is loaned. Being forever short of money, the world
scrambles to pay its bills – some people are consumed by their
The second obvious problem is that our legal system was designed
by the same kind people who operate our economic system. There are
two tiers to the rules – one for the chosen and another for the
suckers. The rich legally steal endless wealth from the poor. A
corrupt legal system makes this possible.
The current system regards anything as legal if not yet illegal.
This allows enterprising criminals to get away with murder. To combat
this, “lawmakers” make thousands and thousands of laws every
year. You can't fill all the loopholes, folks. Their solution is
always another law. Endless law.
Loopholes are not the worst of it, though. Ninety-nine percent of
all laws in the United States are probably unconstitutional.
Seriously, some draconian laws get passed. Laws, statutes and
ordinances step all over everyone's rights in almost every case.
Forget about Executive Orders.
Why not just go with one simple law that says the individual has
rights that may not be violated? Any violation might be judged by our
peers and the interloper punished in an appropriate manner. The vast
majority of people know the difference between right and wrong. We
don't need lawyers or mountains of legalese. Such tripe is the work
of weasels working you to their advantage.
One beautiful side-effect of eliminating the various complicated
laws is that the notion of incorporation would disappear as well. No
more corporations. Corporations only exist to limit liability.
Everyone should be liable for their own actions. Where does the right
to limit liability come from? No more.
The third change we need to make is to learn to identify
psychopathic people. These are the people that created the mess we
are in today. Crazy people are running the place. The rest of us have
allowed this because things have been like this for generations and
we have been taught that this is just the way the world works. It is
the way the world works, but the world could change if it would only
Think about the violence we see everywhere. Violence fueled by a
lack of money or a need for more.
Short money buys a short fuse. Everyone suffers while the bankers
watch debt accumulate. What has America gained from its national
debt? What have we got left? Was selling our grandchildren worth it?