United Discontent

Brutus Oct 18, 1787 Part 2

Ron Paul suppresed by Bilderberg Group

“A free republic will never keep a standing army to execute its laws. It must depend upon the support of its citizens. But when a government is to receive its support from the aid of the citizens, it must be so constructed as to have the confidence, respect, and affection of the people.” Men who, upon the call of the magistrate, offer themselves to execute the laws, are influenced to do it either by affection to the government, or from fear; where a standing army is at hand to punish offenders, every man is actuated by the latter principle, and therefore, when the magistrate calls, will obey: but, where this is not the case, the government must rest for its support upon the confidence and respect which the people have for their government and laws.

The body of the people being attached, the government will always be sufficient to support and execute its laws, and to operate upon the fears of any faction which may be opposed to it, not only to prevent an opposition to the execution of the laws themselves, but also to compel the most of them to aid the magistrate; but the people will not be likely to have such confidence in their rulers, in a republic so extensive as the United States, as necessary for these purposes. The confidence which the people have in their rulers, in a free republic, arises from their knowing them, from their being responsible to them for their conduct, and from the power they have of displacing them when they misbehave: but in a republic of the extent of this continent, the people in general would be acquainted with very few of their rulers: the people at large would know little of their proceedings, and it would be extremely difficult to change them”

In light of the recent Debate that Ron Paul Won but neither the Media like New York Times, or La times give him any mention, it’s apparent that this has grown true.  That the aristocracy is so strong that the majority can loudly scream something, but they end up controlling certain opinions, opinion polls, the way our emotions of discontent our represented, and the way the world sees America.


Prax Guerrero on the Method of Revolution

After working tirelessly during 1906-1909 to stage a mexican revolution, Guerrero explains his methods through a circulated pamphlet

“When we resolved to fling ourselves into the fight it is because we have ideas very well placed in our heads.  The man who thinks and feels the ideas, does not fear sacrifices: he goes to them willing to give his life.  You must have seen that I am uncompromising, that many times I argue details; that I appear obstinate and meticulous, and that  I am not in conformity with the disciplined organization of the rebelious groups.  I believe that a popular revolution should be spontaneous, without leaders.  If I address you in this manner, it is because I believe that you truly love liberty… I am an anarchist; I don’t fight because I hate government, but for the love of a free humanity… Our revolution must show the manner of liberating not governing”
taken from “La vida heroica”

 


Ideology of Tower of Rebel (So far)

anti-sec — increased attacks of the cyber war within the intention of liberating our data mined information will be used as an excuse increase global monitoring of identities and global security as the internet expands into a real world

anti-federalist  the united states would be best be operated as a set of sovereign states,  collapsing our liberty into a consolidated government has only gotten us in trouble– texans for accountable government, ron paul support

anti-global — globalization does not exist as a fact of the market, as an effect of the market, it exists a phenomena induced by its conditional belief by numerous players within a socially integrated structure

anti-pharma — like most police penalizing for small crimes like domestic violence and weed, most doctors under big pharma only subscribe to symptomatic injuries that could be taken care of through a form of drugless renegade therapy, reiki, acupressure, yoga, etc.

anti-empire — a nation should be a description of its people and features and places and its social structure, not an additionally existant formal structure with its own goals and hopes and dreams like a leviathan, or a city (like austin) with additional taxes and expenses and missions

anti-ideological — our goal is not prostetlyzing a particular philosophically comprehensive doctrine in order to capture the world in a truth, we exist within our contradicting worldviews but not under a neutral liberal transparent discussion framework

anti-ironic — we must live in houses we’ve built, not as a reference to a historical collage of our past

anti-corporate  – – third party collectives yielding human political authority are tyrannous

rebellion – – versus revolution, it hopes to offer critiques of social integration

revolt – – on a subjective level, willing to disregard any basic premise in order to overturn oneself to the truth


Rebellion or Revolt?

Lets examine the difference in meaning (in words, not reality) between Rebel and Revolt.  Rebel is to slowly, or dialectic-ally, transition to an alternative form of something else through a process of power distribution.  This involves incorporating the previous way of doing things within the new system, in heglian terms this would be thesis anthesis and synthesis.  Thesis is the initial proposition “Everyone is equal” and the antithesis “people have different skills” becomes synthesized in “everyone has equally different skills” .  In terms of replacing the current system, it would mean keeping some of the intiail aspirations of both democracy and community, and explore these old forms of running the world like archaeologists looking deeper to find a key to destroying power.

Perhaps you want to repeat the history of another ‘supposedly better’ form of government that will properly distribute power, or maybe a certain group of characters of people that would of acted or will act differently.  If hope doesn’t rest in another form of government, where lies our answer?That’s for another day.

"at home with the boys"Regardless, some part of a rebel must maintain an element of what it was thrown into.  Revolt means we have to be like the french revolution, where quite literally we must rip out the old way, i.e. gather guns, shut down banks, make a list of the top richest 1500 families in the world and begin.  In the “the story of french“, a book that discusses both the historical, political, cultural, every “al” or element of ofness, of french.  Critical to the revolution was tossing of the Calendar, renaming names of the day vegetables and months strange decibels.  An attempt to apply (at the time MASON) liberal principles of reason to the world only to find the common man unable to accept and the educated unable to discuss/dispute/figure out through discourse a universe NEW way of doing things.  Some things were wonderful, a complete renewal of a measurement system (luckily the METER).  Why do we feel endlessly called to this ancient ways?