I woke up this morning feeling so grateful and thankful I was living during a time some of the most learned men who understood freedom were alive, and a time I had a burning desire to understand its meaning. Therefore I went on a search to find these teachers, seeking them out to teach me. Two of the great ones who became my mentors back in the early sixties were Dr. George Boardman, living in the ghost town of Chloride, Arizona, and Robert LeFevre, a newspaper editor who founded Rampart College, where he taught the Philosophy of Freedom, living in Colorado.
Dr. Boardman taught me when I visited him in Chloride and we walked the desert as he taught. Then he developed a course in philosophic research and I became his first student. Robert LeFevre taught from a blackboard as I sat in his classes and listened to his lectures. Further times when he visited Atlanta and asked me to co-guest with him on radio call-in programs, plus when any situation arose that I needed help understanding, we corresponded.
My first burning desire to learn about Freedom came after reading Atlas Shrugged, when it hit the newsstands while I was living in Tokyo back in 1957. It whet my appetite so to speak to learn about political governments in general, mine in particular and the relationship between political governments and one’s self-government in freedom. Upon returning to the states in 1960 is when I went on a search to find teachers to teach me about it.
The discovery of Freedom has a great deal more to learn about than the average person realizes on the one hand, but a simplicity about in on the other hand. Implicit in its understanding, is knowing that which constitutes ownership of property. At the heart of it is control. Therefore we begin with ownership of ourselves. A universal truth which was established at the time of creation. Laws governing the life of animals and plants do not change, neither do the universal laws which govern us neither change. In ancient history wise men discovered that human energy functions best, produces most, and more importantly, attains its highest spiritual and moral values when each indivual understands he must be self-responsible. And Freedom is self-control.
Further, in order to live and survive we must own property. And you own that which you control and have the ability to destroy. Over-simplification is the hamburger you are eating – you own it as you destroy it.
Most believe they own house they built or purchased and paid for and hold deeds to, when they only possess it, but do not own. In most areas of varying degrees of laws, policies aqnd edicts, one must have permission from some government agency to add a deck, install a new roof, renovate in any shape, form or fashion. When adding a room, you must have permission from a source that has never invested a dime in the property you thought you owned. If you proceed without permission, you can face fines and orders as to what you are entitled to do or not do and armed government employees can come and haul you off to jail. If you resist they can shoot you. Remember what happened at Ruby Ridge? My neighbor replaced his roof without permission, then was ordered to tear it off and replace it according to city codes.
Which all boils down to the reality of a basic fact, you do not own anything which you do not have the ability to destroy if you choose. You certainly can’t tear your house down to build another without permission from someone else. Possession does not constitute ownership. Control, and ability to destroy if you choose, does.
There are laws of nature we must abide by in order to survive, conversely there are manmade laws which adversely interfere with our lives, contrary to natural laws. It is commensurate with natural law that we own certain things, beginning with our selves. We own and control our body, mind and soul.
In the fifth amendment of the Bill of Rights, it states we are “not to be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law…, nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation.”
Which brings us to the latest ploy and plank in the Obamacare plan of affordable health care manifesto. Our money is our property and so are our bodies. We own the responsibility of the health for our bodies.
The political government of this country has its finger in every pie and has created and issued manmade laws mandated to control almost every phase of our lives and property. Our homes, cars, food, schools and just about everything, they have taxed for money and control. Now down to the last vestige of freedom, they have issued thousands of pages of orders relative to our very bodies, with invasive laws relative to the care of our property, which natural law and constitutional law clearly prohibit. I have never given permission to any political entity to control my body and health, the medicine I might take or not take, nor permission to dictate which doctor I might choose to visit.
Dear hearts and gentle people, this latest ploy of enslavement must be stopped. It’s the boldest, most invasive act to destroy freedom that anyone has ever dared before. This action means a political government takes power over life and death, as they see fit anytime they choose, without further notice. If one enters a hospital, politicians dictate to the medical profession what they can and cannot do.
This means 535 elected congressmen and one president have set up a dictatorial situation that bypasses the laws of the Constitution of the United States. Not only that, it’s set up in such a manner as requiring the young and healthy to pay for the sickness of others. Furthermore if a person chooses not to pay for health insurance they are mandated to pay a fine.
It’s all like some kind of bad dream. We the people have sat idly by and allowed this dictatorial takeover by a few, over 300 million citizenry. Have we just rendered ourselves powerless to do anything about it and keep trekking to the polls to install dictators over our lives?
Our Creator created the laws of the fittest, like the law of gravity it exists. Surely out of 300 million persons in this country, there are enough survivors of the fittest to overturn this horrible law. As members of the species dubbed Homo sapiens, and we have in common the desire to live. Plus we have in common the responsibility for our actions. There’s a bond between us to act for survival, and the time is upon us to act for survival.
If you are asking, “What can we do?” My answer is we can do what we must do to survive and act to prevent this law from going into effect. Your body and life are your property, do not belong to any political government, no matter what claims they make to the contrary. It’s a personification of the corruption of the document of laws in this Nation.
LET FREEDOM RING
JUST ME AC