The STATE wants to control every aspect of the individual. They want to make him have a wide array of permits, tax every single aspect of his or her business, they are moving to eliminate property rights, the right to grow organic food, the right to purchase herbs and vitamins. In other words, total BIG BROTHER domination.
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So Gene Kalmes showing his work and blabbing about his opinions and the moments in his life that led to those decisions isn't because I am special or better but I do wholeheartedly feel that INDIVIDUALISM is better than COLLECTIVISM because the tree is the forest...and by attempting to champion the underdog individual stampeded by Corporations, governments, police forces, militaries, secret societies and other examples of COLLECTIVIST POWER that it isn't narcissism, conceit... It is my driving life force for liberty. It isn't any one song or cartoon or video or idea I have that matters... What matters is by sticking up for my rights as an individual I am promoting your rights as an individual.
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We need people to understand how important this is to a worldwide battle for personal freedom. Let's take two examples of what the COLLECTIVE has done to enslave humanity and yet the mass gullible ignorant public repeats their reasons for what they do as if it is unavoidable foregone conclusion that their form of control is good for the greater good.
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INCOME TAXES... By taxing your labor you don't own your own labor. If you don't own your own labor you are property not a free individual.
PROPERTY TAX... If you miss your property taxes after 50 years of paying for your property, you never owned that property to begin with. You rented that property. If you as an individual aren't allowed to have a piece of ground to call your own and a COLLECTIVE can remove you from your property for a missed payment or even because they decide imminent domain wants your property than you are a subject to that power elite collective.
And how many people repeat their reasons like brain dead parrots, "We need the taxes for schools and roads."
BULLSHIT... not one dime goes for any service. It all goes to pay the interest on the debt that dates back hundreds of years. We agreed in our Constitution to honor our foreign debt and that same principle is the reason we are enslaved to interest rates created by usury dating back generations. All part of the same COLLECTIVE SLAVERY.
From G. EDWARD GRIFFIN he explains INDIVIDUALISM VERSUS COLLECTIVISM.
Let’s put some meaning to them. I think that all of the great political issues, the ideological issues at least, can be divided into two viewpoints. All of the rest is fluff. Basically, a person is either a collectivist or an individualist. We are talking about collectivism vs. individualism. What do these words mean?
First of all I should tell you that, from my observation, collectivists and individualist, for the most part, are all good people. They want the best life possible for their families, for their countrymen, and for the world - for mankind. They all want peace, prosperity, and justice. They want freedom. Sometime they disagree over what the tradeoff should be for freedom; but, still, they all want the good things for their fellow man. Where they disagree is how to bring those things about.
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The collectivist believes the group is the most important element of society; that all solutions to problems are better solved at the group level than at the individual level; and that, the larger the problem is, the larger the group should be to solve the problem. And so they believe in collective action. They believe in organizing group activities to provide for all of the advantages they want people to have. They want to protect people. They want to make sure they don’t suffer, that they are well clothed and fed, and that they are treated justly. The solution to all of these problems is a collective solution. "We shall do it through group action." The more complex the problem, the larger the group should be, until finally the most complex problems of all can be solved only by the largest groups of all.
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The collectivist sees government as the solution, because government is the ultimate group, and so the collectivist mind can be easily recognized. It always has an affinity to government as the solver of problems. The individualist, by the way, is more skeptical. He tends to look at government as the creator of problems. But that’s another issue. We will get to the individualist in a moment. The collectivist sees government as the solver of problems; and, of course, the larger the unit of government, the better. Collectivist solutions gravitate from local government to state government to national government and finally to world government. If there is a really big problem, such as the environmental issue involving the whole planet, the collectivist is convinced that it cannot be solved except through the action of world government.
The collectivist believes that the group is more important than the individual and, if necessary, the individual must be sacrificed for the group. Sometimes that is expressed in terms of "the greater good for the greater number." It’s a very appealing concept.
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The individualist on the other hand says, "Wait a minute. Group? What is group? That’s just a word. You cannot touch a group. You cannot see a group. All you can touch and see are individuals. They make up the group. But the real substance of the group is the individual within it. It’s like a forest. Forest doesn’t exist. It’s a word concept. There are only trees." So the individualist sees that, if you sacrifice the individual for the group, you have made a huge mistake. The individual is the essence of the group. He is the core of the group. The group has no claim to sacrifice its own essence.
Collectivists are often critics of religious and family values, because collectivism demands unquestioning obedience to the state. Since loyalty to family or religious codes often conflict with the concept of group supremacy, they cannot be tolerated in a collectivist system.
THE ORIGIN OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Collectivists and individualists both agree that human rights are important, but they differ drastically over what is the origin of those rights. There are only two possibilities in this debate. Either man’s rights are intrinsic to his being, or they are extrinsic; either he possesses them at birth or they are given to him afterward. In other words, they are either hardware or software. Individualists believe they are hardware. Collectivists believe they are software.
The view of individualism was expressed clearly in the United States Declaration of Independence, which said: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among men." Nothing could be more clear than that. "Unalienable Rights" means they are the natural possession of each of us upon birth, not granted by the state. The purpose of government is, not to grant rights, but to secure them and protect them.
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The reason this is important is that, if we agree that the state has the power to grant rights, then we must also agree it has the power to take them away. You cannot have one without the other. Notice the wording of the UN Covenant. After proclaiming that rights are provided by the state, it then says that those rights may be subject to limitations "as are determined by law." In other words, the collectivists at the UN presume to grant us our rights and, when they are ready to take them away, all they have to do is pass a law authorizing it.
Compare that with the Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution. It says Congress shall pass no law restricting the rights of freedom of speech, or religion, peaceful assembly, the right to bear arms, and so forth - not except as determined by law, but no law. What a difference there is between individualism and collectivism.
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