What Can a Person Do?

EVER-GROWING GOVERNMENT TAKES FREEDOM FROM THE GOVERNED

by OPOVV, ©2012, Presidential Candidate

Depiction of "Big Brother" in the film based on George Orwell's "1984"

(Jul. 10, 2012) — By their very nature, governments like control, want more, and are never satisfied with the status quo. Elected officials are, on the whole, fleeting players on the board of government employees: it’s the bureaucrats, the “lifers,” who actually implement (or not) policy presented to them by the politicians. Every department schemes its way to justify a bigger budget, more resources, more payroll, more overtime. If the monies for an additional budget came out of the payroll of those who supported the increase, I doubt that there would ever be an increase.  Conversely, if every dollar they saved meant lower taxes, surely they would save.

Unfortunately, the American bureaucrat is incapable of equating savings with lower taxes and fiscal restraint with sound financial practices. The same can be said with the Executive and Legislative branches of the government, which is especially apparent in the procurement procedures of the Pentagon. When all is said and done, when all the boats have dived, all the planes have launched, and all the missiles have been fired, it comes down to one GI holding one piece of ground which determines who wins.

But what can we do, each of us as an individual, each of us holding on to that next cubic foot of air we breathe? First of all, governments represent control, and any freedom-loving people resent control in any of its forms. We also realize that, in order for us humans to get along, to maintain a stable environment in which to raise our young, we have to abide by laws in order to survive, at least in a semblance of cooperation.

Our number one priority, irrespective of geographical location on our planet, is to curtail the exponential growth of our species, or, to put it more plainly, stop having babies at the present rate. Either we, as a human race, will address the problem or governments will add yet another bureaucracy breathing down our necks.

Another thing we must do is not to believe the lies that world governments are trying to push as enlightened truth, the most egregious example of which is the European Union, which sold out autonomy for expediency, identity for immigration invasion, and stability for anarchy.

Recently Greece had a chance to stand up and be counted as a sovereign nation, only to fall back down into the abyss of mediocrity, once again rendering itself subservient to forces that they have no control over: they handed their country over to the New World Order, saying goodbye to the birthplace of democracy.

The difference between the two candidates for president of the US is negligible since neither one refuses to deport Muslims and illegal immigrants. All we hear is another day of lies from Big Brother, taking us all another step closer to a mindless existence (Socialism/Sharia) where the insane rule, where sanity and reason are diseases whose only cure is extermination. Welcome to the year 2013, when the days of Auld Lang Syne are forever in the distant past.

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2 Responses to "What Can a Person Do?"

  1. bridget zegers   Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at 8:30 AM

    A sad commentary to say the least, but alas, i am afraid, all too true.

  2. John Sutherland   Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 11:34 PM

    What are your thoughts about Iceland and its control over the members of government?

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