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The Real Threat To Humanity Are The Order Takers, Not Their Voluntarily Accepted Masters? by Gary D. Barnett

“We’ve built a way of life that depends on people doing what they are told because they don’t know how to tell themselves what to do.”
John Taylor Gatto, Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling
Before beginning this line of discussion, it is necessary to explain that in no way does the fact that the people themselves are to blame for their own misery concerning the voluntary acceptance of state tyranny, does this absolve the absolute evil and murderous intent by the powerful claimed rulers over society. Quite the contrary is the case, but it is imperative that each individual understand that he alone is responsible for his own life and freedom. If a real desire for liberty exists in the minds of the common man, he must act on his own behalf in order to claim any rights whatsoever. No others, no protest, and no worthless piece of paper can assure any relief from state tyranny, for to be free, one must be willing to take his freedom, and regardless of risk, continuously fight to protect it.
With that said, it should become obvious that the greatest threat to all of humanity are those who voluntarily choose to comply with orders from false authority, as order-takers do not act on what they know to be right, they act on orders alone. By understanding this behavior, one should come to the conclusion that acting on orders is inherently wrong, because the individual in this circumstance is conforming to the will of others, instead of simply doing what he knows to be right. Doing right does not require orders, and the only reason orders are given is to affect persuasion or require by force; to convince or mandate, that an individual not do what is right, but only consider what is demanded of him. For if it were right, why is compulsion necessary? It is never necessary, and can only lead to a collaboration of wrong.

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