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Affirmative Materialism

     Whether we see it or not, the current debt ceiling debate is an exercise in Affirmative Materialism. The entire conversation is hampered by these Corporatists who are ruled by the lusts of their 5 senses. In their expectations, they do err greatly, for they ask amiss. In simple terms, access to more debt is not Manna from Heaven.
   Watch where this comes out. Unmet expectations always result in anarchy. The welfare state has always been a day late and a dollar short because it does the evil of spreading dependency. The only way that governments can promise material comfort is to impersonate Final Authority. In the aftermath of social bankruptcy, those who presented themselves as gods, are found to be no gods, at all. The emperor has no clothes. He’s just a naked fool, proudly paraded down the street.
     Whether we know or or not, our bellies lead us to slavery and our conscience leads us to freedom. Our needs and desires can be used against us. God gave us conscience to oppose the world. Most people are content to live with guilt, as long as their stomach is full.

     When we try to find the positives in situations, we can be deceived into bad choices. It’s just a basic flaw in human nature. People judge good and evil by whether or not they materially benefit from it. If something causes the stock market to go up, they are in favor of it. If it goes down, they are dissatisfied. People believe that, as long as they can go places and buy things, everything is good. Perception is not always reality. 

     We are now at the crossroads of Reality and Perception. This is not a good time for a wrong turn. Illegal immigration is easy to understand. It is perception that leads us astray. U. S. citizens are imported statutory persons, aliens in the states they reside in.  They are the legal aliens that volunteered to pay the debts of the Federal corporation. Foreign nationals entering the U. S. illegally are the leg breakers sent in by6 the central banks to take possession of the collateral on the debt.  The debt is owed to private central banks, not to U. S. citizens.
   Herein lies the irony of our situation. In this “managed economy”, independence and autonomy are things of the past.  14th Amendment citizenship is the new slavery. A return to reality can only be realized by a return to real money and asserting our standing as Americans. U. S. citizens are NOT Americans. They are shareholders in a corporation that is foreign to the States. 
    Should we wonder why we have no rights in this society? I don’t think so. We can’t perceive Reality by pretending to be something we are not. Withdrawing support and consent in and for the Federal corporation is the only valid choice. 

4 Comments on “Affirmative Materialism”

  1. That’s a commentary on complicated simplicity…. complicated because people cannot see the forest for the trees or the truth for the facts and the facts are they don’t want to know the truth and many wouldn’t know the truth if it hit them between the eyes. Keep speaking it George you might ware a hole in their materialistic armor. Doug

    • we can only hope, Doug. One of the scenarios that I’m hearing, over and over, is that the present day events
      follow the pattern of the Biblical plagues in the First Exodus. We do have the promise of a Second Exodus, which will
      be greater than the first. If any of the speculation about the near future is true, the next few months could be a wild ride.
      When I post “Planet X: Wait And See”, you’ll see my reasoning on the whole mess. If you read it on Facebook, then you
      already know what I’m talking about.

  2. good blog dad. happy fathers day.

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