Home Grown Humanity
by Jesse Gendron / SurvivingSurvivalism.com
I was recently asked “ Do you know how lucky you are never having been vaccinated?”
The question gave me pause because it had become an invariable expectation to encounter those attached to the ball and chain of the corporate world who would of course look down on anyone not suffering among them – misery loves company. You are somehow repugnant to them if you show justifiable fear of the clutches of their world. To be reminded by an external source that you have made the right decision can be a relief, as world events should make abundantly clear soon enough.
We (as in society) make it too easy for those trying to control the majority of the population. For the most part we already control each other. We attempt to make small changes in our lives to constructively avert control and the controllers need not do anything that our peers won't execute more promptly for them.
The “troublemaker” is expelled from urban/suburban society and he then keeps himself under control. “If I tell the neighborhood that they're all being lied to and are in grave danger, I won't be invited to Jim's barbecue.” This poor mind decides never to wake up entirely and take appropriate action for the reason of trivia such as “What will the neighbors think?” This is a very old paradigm losing it's relevance fast. It justifies years of living among the illusioned ones who, in all of that time, have done everything to verbally poke and prod you into doing whatever it is they do – join the army, collect social security, work for a bank that is profiting from the collapse of foreign economies, etc. You might make a more honest living as a drug dealer. I find my self as confused as they are when they stare blankly and wonder why I see it more fitting to spend most of my time in the desert and actually work for my own living.
I have made a series of decisions that have cost me my ability to participate in so-called normal society. I can't drive on your roads, I can't work for your corporations, I can't beg your government for money. Its all been worth refusing to comply with murderers.
This will be read by some who will use the term “unpatriotic” – another of those pokes and prods we use to govern each other – and I want to ask those people if they are aware that even a chicken knows that its better outside the coop? The unfortunate suburbanite lacks this same quality. They feel safer behind concrete and steel, become uneasy and sometimes frightened when made to think about working towards survival on it's own merit. Many of them speak of desire to evolve to what they sugar-coat as sustainability but when faced with the assignment to get access to land outside of cities, design an electrical system, build houses, start a garden, etc., their motivation comes to a screeching halt. It's sad, but I've seen this so many times. It doesn't take long before they're back to soccer-town USA, back to the apartment scene and shitty jobs – as long as those are still available.
This whole group, this American public that have collectively watched the global structure crumble piece by piece and have been compelled to do nothing until it affected their own beer and mountain dew and suddenly they strap on the Guy Fawkes mask, swinging teabags.
When our leaders send men and women to die while murdering others, we say nothing. When our leaders murdered 3,000 of us, few of us could accept even the truth behind that, and now that their madness has hit home and our pocketbooks we find it compelling to do something....
So we address our displeasure to the puppets of the elite – still only because we are now personally affected – these incoherent grunts, in an attempt to restore the system of control that has bound them all these years, all these centuries.
Rebellion and the spirit of anarchy is strong in many of us but is too often manipulated. We do things for the passion to defy the true criminals binding us to this world of tyranny and madness but the excuse to continue to comply is inevitable. “We can do more damage in the system than we can from outside of it,” and then we continue to vote for politicians. Some of us become politicians and the loop continues – in the end no damage is done, no people freer, no point made, no point taken, no change made – without sacrificing something we're not willing to give up – Status Quo.
So, yes, I know how lucky I am that I have never been vaccinated. Nor have I drunk lots of fluoride, nor have I submitted to something that I've known to be inherently wrong out of fear.
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