Over-and-Over Nature Creates Uniqueness ... Yet Politicians & "Experts" Want To Rule Over Carbon Copies
By Chris Rossini
This morning, Luke Rudkowski published a great Tweet: "There’s two types of people out there 1. that want to be left alone and 2. others that refuse to leave other people alone. Which one are you?"
That statement encapsulates the seemingly never-ending struggle between Liberty and tyranny. It also places the responsibility precisely where it belongs, on each individual.
'Which one are you?'
Each of us must decide for ourselves.
Should you choose to live a life centered around voluntary and peaceful interactions with others? Or, will you live a life that is centered around aggressive force against your neighbors?
The argument for why a voluntary and peaceful life is far superior cannot be more logical, rational and compelling.
Let's break it down.
First of all, let's consider the physical aspects of our beings. The form. The matter. The seen.
We are each exquisitely unique in our physical selves. There are no carbon copies, we have individual boundaries, and each of us occupy our own individual space in the universe. Wherever we each happen to be at the moment, it's exclusively for us. Where you are, no other human being can be, and vice-versa.
This physical setup appears to be custom-made for individuality and a world of individuals. It's not made for some amorphous blob.
Now let's consider the limitless -- our mental and spiritual selves. The non-form. The unseen.
Once again, we are each exquisitely unique here as well. This is where we are each the masters of our domain.
What you think from one second to the next is all you. What you choose to focus on ... What you choose to attract into your life ... What you want ... What you believe ... It's all yours, and yours alone.
When an event happens in the world, you interpret it and explain it to yourself. Your explanation to yourself may cause you to cry.
But the same event can mean the exact opposite to your neighbor. He may explain it to himself in a way that makes him jump for joy.
A third person can witness the event and not care one way or another.
It's the same event!
Others can attempt to explain what events mean to you, but it is up to you to decide whether to believe them, or not.
You can't place blame on the many modern-day professors, or the media, or the politicians for constantly lying to you. Why did you believe them? You didn't have to believe them. The responsibility is yours alone on who to believe.
We are individuals. Physically. Mentally. Spiritually.
Now, considering all of this, wouldn't it be strange to try to turn this world of individuals into some kind of amorphous blob? Wouldn't it be odd to attempt to force one to be like another? To try to force one to think like another, or act like another?
Over and over, Nature creates uniqueness and you want to create carbon copies?
You're going to try to overturn Nature?
Fortunately, such an idea is impossible. It's very deadly, as history keeps showing us, but impossible nevertheless.
There would obviously no longer be a humanity if it were possible. It's a foolish goal to attempt to try to force something to be something that it is not.
Yet, this anti-human goal occupies the minds of many individuals, and has since at least the beginning of recorded human history.
You can tell, right away, when you're around them. They'll start uttering the words:"There should be a law..." That's the first tell-tale sign that you're dealing with a self-styled re-maker of others.
They're also are very attracted to blob-like diktats:
"Universal" mask mandates.
"Universal" health care.
"Compulsory" government schooling.
These blob-like diktats lead to the creation uneconomic and artificially-created "jobs".
Legions of martinets are unleashed on everyone:
"Fill out these forms."
"Where's your paperwork?"
"Where's your authorization?"
"Do you have a license for that?"
"What about a permit?"
"Is that FDA-approved?"
"No more than 25% capacity."
The martinets are never satisfied. How can they be? Everyone is unique. They're trying to create carbon copies. They've set themselves up for never-ending dissatisfaction.
The attempted invasions proceed right down to the core of every individual life:
"You can't think that!"
"You can't say that!"
"You can't do that!"
This anti-human fantasy imagines some individual "experts" standing high above a universal blob of humanity with the sole authority of making proclamations. Everyone else in this blob must then follow. The "experts" imagine everyone else acting in unison like a school of fish, or as members of an ant colony.
If the "experts" say that XYZ is true, then it's true simply because they said it.
If they say that XYZ is "science," then it is science, simply because they said it.
The "experts" say. Everyone else is to obey.
Those who choose not to obey are to be ostracized. They must be the defective ones. There must be something wrong with them. They must be "re-educated" to obey...without question.
That's the fantasy at least.
Now, considering the aforementioned reality about our individual physical, mental and spiritual uniqueness, is it any wonder why the fantasy can never become a reality?
This fantasy of "rule by experts" goes way (way) back. It's not anything close to being a new idea, despite always being presented as one.
The piles of corpses that have been left in the wake of attempts to implement it have reached the level of 'uncountable.'
Yet no matter how many corpses are piled up, the "experts" never seem to stop coming, and neither do those who want to be ruled by them.
Freedom means the ability to choose. Evidently, there are always those who choose to not leave others alone.
Nevertheless, the questions remain the same for each of us individually: 'Which will you be? Voluntary or force? Liberty or tyranny?'
Liberty is the far superior choice.