Monday, December 5, 2011

10 Signs YOU Might Be A Slave

First I want to say to all of my readers that I have been a bit "under the weather" for the last few days... With the change in weather here on the Canadian prairies, I tend to come down with severe sinus infections.  I was hoping that I would have had that licked that problem this year due to my change in diet, more exercise, and taking more supplements to boost my immune system, but to no avail.   Hopefully, I will be better in the next few days....Thank you for your patience...

Well, in spite of a nagging sinus headache, I have been trolling the Internet over the last few days, staying up on what is happening in the world.   For right now, I want to present a great article that comes courtesy of the website: Activist Post, at, entitled: "10 Signs You Might Be A Slave".   It does make for some very good reading and definitely shows how in our present society we are definitely nothing more than slaves to the so called "Elitists" out for world domination.  Here is that Activist Post article:

Sunday, December 4, 2011

10 Signs You Might Be a Slave

Chain Gang - Wiki image
Activist Post

The definition of slavery is not nearly as clear as it used to be when we could see the physical chains and whips that shackled human laborers.  Therefore, it's more vital than ever to identify the abstract ways in which humanity is confined.  Here are ten signs you might be a modern-day slave:

You might be a slave if...

1. You hate when your alarm clock buzzes: If you don't wake up everyday with fantastic anticipation to be alive, you might be living under someone else's command. In fact, if you have to wake up at the same time every day, you're probably someone's slave.

2. You're forced to pay for causes you vehemently oppose: If you're a peaceful person but are forced to pay for wars done in your name, you might be a slave.  Likewise, if you're forced to pay for corporate welfare of failed institutions while you struggle to stay healthy, you're surely a slave.

3. You expect someone else to take care of you: If someone other than yourself takes care of you, then you're likely beholden to them in countless ways. Be careful, you might be a slave if you demand that the government give you something other than freedom.

 4. You must follow laws that your Master may break:  If the rule of law only applies to you and your lowly peers, while the Masters get away with murder, you're clearly a slave in an unjust system.

5. You think mob rule is better than personal freedom:  If you believe that majority rule is always better for you than free will, then you're most certainly a slave.“Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth.” -- Mahatma Gandhi.

6. You condemn beliefs of others: If you're taught to hate the beliefs of others who have never harmed you, then your mind has been thoroughly confined by your Master's implanted beliefs.

7. You believe people should be caged for consuming a product: If you believe that it's okay to cage humans for consuming a product in private, then you probably love your enslavement.

8. You sit in traffic for more than one hour a day:  If you waste over 360 hours a year (10,800 hours over a 30-year career, that's 450 days) commuting to a job you despise, your time and life belongs to someone else.

9. You're forced to wear a uniform: If you're forced into a dress code of any kind, including a suit and tie, you're a show clown with someone to impress in order to receive your daily bread.

10. You watch over 20 hours of TV per week: If you occupy your amazing mind in front of a glowing box in the room for 1,040 hours a year (43 days), then your unlimited creativity is impossibly chained to a lifetime of mindlessness.

NTS Notes: Personally, I too fall into many of the points presented in this article.  Yes, I am stuck in having to pay for many programs here in Canada, that I would otherwise oppose vehemently,  like a good slave does....Thank goodness, at least I do NOT watch 20 hours of Talmud Vision every week, because I find the so called "programs"  as nothing more than a form of brainwashing, and both deplorable and absolutely revolting.

Yes, the majority of us in our western society can be classified as slaves according to this list.  It is too bad that most people do not step back from their present livelihoods, wake the hell up, and realized that we can still take control of our lives and break the shackles of slavery. 

More to come



Anonymous said...

FWIW, "condemning the beliefs of others" is purposefully phrased in such a way as to elicit an emotional response. The simple fact is the intellect is made to know the truth. If an idea is demonstrably false, it is worthy of being exposed as such and, in a sense, condemned as such -- i.e., men have no business adhering to ideas that are demonstrably false. Is it sane or good for anyone to allow math students to go around believing 2+2 equals anything other than 4?

Anonymous said...

Not to beat a dead horse, but upon what grounds would we 'condemn' the beliefs of Talmudists, those who practice Voodoo, or Satanists? Why, upon the grounds that such beliefs are demonstrably false and using them as a guide to life tends to have an incredibly bad impact upon other people and the common good!

I agree with the vast majority of the piece, and even with the idea that ideas (which are to be distinguished from the people who hold them) should not be 'condemned,' whether partially or absolutely, unless/until it can be and has been shown that they are objectively false. If we cannot and do not condemn that which is false, we are left with the insane scenario wherein the wildest beliefs of Satanic Talmudism, or Voodoo, or Satanism are allowed to proliferate and...we end up with something like what we see all around us today.

Some argue that truth will, of its own strength, etc., win the day, or that men are intrinsically good, blah, blah, blah. I do not mean to rain upon anyone's parade, but such ideas are complete nonsense that is easily refuted by what each of us finds within his own heart and by what we see every day in the world around us. Some don't like the idea that there was any kind of "fall" or "original sin," but I don't really care what you call it -- it is a fact that is demonstrated to every single one of us every single time we are drawn to do something wrong, even if/when we resist and do what is right. Something is not quite right within us; we have to struggle during our entire lives if we are to live as we should. Why?

Sorry to digress, but we will never find the right road once again until we can see straight with respect to some very basic ideas. Godspeed.

Louise Mclean said...

Fantastic site and great common sense views. Really good.
Louise Mclean

Anonymous said...

You are a slave if you own a home but that's an illusion. Slaves don't own their own homes. Don't pay the property tax to the county and see what happens!!!

Northerntruthseeker said...

Yes home ownership is an illusion... But most people are still not even aware of that fact...

Anonymous said...

Slaves don't own their cars either! The Manufacturers Certificate of Origin goes to the state. The slave gets a Title but the car belongs to the state. Don't pay your property tax on the vehicle or drive without the plate and see what happens!!!

Anonymous said...

Your a slave if you buy season tickets. Football,Baseball, and Basketball keeps the slave's attention focused on these cheap sports while the slave is slowly being stripped of it's liberty's.