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Govern Mental = Mind Control

Check any dictionary and you will find that "govern" means "control," and "ment" (or "mental") means "mind," therefore "government" (governmental) really means "Mind Control." So naturally operations like MK-Ultra and Monarch, Manchurian Candidates and rauma !ased "ro#rammin# are par for the course. $ll #o%ernments around the world are really in the &usiness of &rain washin#. he Mainstream Media, the "u&lic 'ducation system, (alse (la#s, phoney "wars" like the ")ar on *ru#s" and the ")ar on error," patriotic history te+t&ooks, newspapers full of crime, %iolence, and intri#ue are all in place to perpetuate the illusion that #o%ernment is necessary. "The State is said by some to be a necessary evil; it must be made unnecessary" -!en,amin -. ucker "Governments and the military purport to protect the public from enemies, and if there were no enemies they would have to invent some, for the simple purpose of rationalizing their existence" -.aurance .a&adie "The political arena leaves one no alternatives, one must be either a dunce or a rogue" -'mma /oldman he Mind Controllers forci&ly steal our ta+ money then con%ince us it0s necessary and for our own #ood. he Mind Controllers create an electoral colle#e of partisan politicians, %ote themsel%es in, and pretend it0s the populous that wins. "When we vote in an election, we are declaring, by our actions, our support for the process of some people ruling others by coercive means" -!utler Shaffer "When you advocate any government action, you must first believe that violence is the best answer to the question at hand" -$llen hornton " f the individual has a right to govern himself, all external government is tyranny! "ence the necessity of abolishing the State" -!en,amin -. ucker "#emocracy has proved only that the best way to gain power over people is to assure the people that they are ruling themselves! $nce they believe that, they ma%e wonderfully submissive slaves" -1oseph So&ran he Mind Controllers monopoli2e the use of force &y creatin# le#islation that e+empts their machinations and condemns the population. hey &uild the courts and write the laws then hire ,ud#es to run them and police to enforce them. hey create standardi2ed punishments for cookie-cutter crimes then force us to pay for the pri%ile#e of playin# alon#. he Mind Controllers claim moral authority with their #a%els and &lack #owns ,ustifyin# in,ustice with upside-down frowns. "Government is an association of men who do violence to the rest of us" -.eo olstoy "The most absurd apology for authority and law is that they serve to diminish crime! &side from the fact that the State is itself the greatest criminal, brea%ing every written and natural law, stealing in the form of taxes, %illing in the form of war and capital punishment, it has come to an absolute standstill in coping with crime! t has failed utterly to destroy or even minimize the horrible scourge

of its own creation" -'mma /oldman "'aws( We %now what they are, and what they are worth) They are spider webs for the rich and mighty, steel chains for the poor and wea%, fishing nets in the hands of government" -"ierre 1oseph "roudhon 3So many able writers have shown that the un*ust institutions which wor% so much misery and suffering to the masses have their root in governments, and owe their whole existence to the power derived from government we cannot help but believe that were every law, every title deed, every court, and every police officer or soldier abolished tomorrow with one sweep, we would be better off than now.4 -.ucy "arsons "The essence of all slavery consists in ta%ing the product of another+s labor by force! t is immaterial whether this force be founded upon ownership of the slave or ownership of the money that he must get to live" -.eo olstoy "&re not laws dangerous which inhibit the passions, -ompare the centuries of anarchy with those of the strongest legalism in any country you li%e and you will see that it is only when the laws are silent that the greatest actions appear" -Mar5uis de Sade "&nyone in a free society where the laws are un*ust has an obligation to brea% the law" -6enry *a%id horeau )hat #ood are laws7 /ood people don0t need them and &ad people don0t heed them. )hy pay and empower unaffected parties to deli%er standardi2ed punishment for standardi2ed offenses7 )hy not take &ack ,ustice so that it0s 1ust Us that decides what0s ,ust in each situation7 $narchy is humanity0s natural state. 1ust as Government and Control are synonymous, so too are Anarchy and Freedom. $narchy is the freedom to e+ist without &ein# ruled &y a %iolent, coerci%e minority that steals ta+es and controls the money, media, military, police, laws, courts, and education. "Show me the government that does not infringe upon anyone+s rights, and will no longer call myself an anarchist" -1aco& 6al&rooks 3&narchism has but one infallible, unchangeable motto, +.reedom!+ .reedom to discover any truth, freedom to develop, to live naturally and fully4 -.ucy "arsons "&narchy is the true nature of all things! /onarchy, democracy, communism, all useless forms to control the human mind! 0ut a mind cannot be controlled! t cannot be restrained! t has no boundaries! t has its will! &narchy is the true nature of all things" -$le+ !atti# "Will you and your government teach eagles to fly and tigers to hunt, $f course not! 1o one is so arrogant with nature! 0ut you and your government want to tell me what to buy and how to live, and am more complex than any eagle or tiger! Give me only the same respect you pay the badger and the blue *ay, and leave me alone! &fter all, anarchy means nothing more than human ecology" -$llen hornton "To be an anarchist only means that you believe that aggression is not *ustified, and that states necessarily employ aggression! &nd, therefore, that states, and the aggression they necessarily employ, are un*ustified! t+s quite simple, really! t+s an ethical view, so no surprise it confuses utilitarians" -8. Stephan Kinsella

"&narchy is not *ust a desire to eliminate the State( it is a moral commitment to voluntary interactions and non2violent principles" -(rancois rem&lay " am an anarchist) Wherefore will not rule and also ruled will not be" -1ohn 6enry Mackay "&narchism stands for direct action, the open defiance of, and resistance to, all laws and restrictions, economic, social, and moral" -'mma /oldman "&narchists are opposed to violence; everyone %nows that! The main plan% of anarchism is the removal of violence from human relations! t is life based on freedom of the individual, without the intervention of the gendarme! .or this reason we are the enemies of capitalism which depends on the protection of the gendarme to oblige wor%ers to allow themselves to be exploited 2 or even to remain idle and go hungry when it is not in the interest of the bosses to exploit them! We are therefore enemies of the State which is the coercive violent organization of society" -'rrico Malatesta "&narchism aims to strip labor of its deadening, dulling aspect, of its gloom and compulsion! t aims to ma%e wor% an instrument of *oy, of strength, of color, of real harmony, so that the poorest sort of a man should find in wor% both recreation and hope" -'mma /oldman 3&narchy is not chaos, but order without control4 -*a%id .ayson "&narchy is order, whereas government is civil war" -$nselme !elle#arri#ue "&narchism is the only philosophy which brings to man the consciousness of himself; which maintains that God, the State, and society are non2existent, that their promises are null and void, since they can be fulfilled only through man+s subordination" -'mma /oldman "&1&3-" S/( The philosophy of a new social order based on liberty unrestricted by man2made law; the theory that all forms of government rest on violence, and are therefore wrong and harmful, as well as unnecessary" -'mma /oldman, ")hat is $narchy7" "&narch4 might be imaginary 2 meaning that we don+t now and may never have a society without coercive rulers 2 but anarch S/ is a value2set, li%e pacifism or -hristian love, or 0uddhist empathy! t is not a description of the world, but a standard for *udging situations within the world" -&kMarcus "&n anarchist is not necessarily a revolutionary, although it is more common than not that a person who has attempted to rid himself of exterior controls, for the purpose of developing his own philosophy, will find himself oppressed" - he $narchist Cook&ook " see anarchism as the theoretical ideal to which we are all gradually evolving to a point where everybody can tell the truth to everybody else and nobody can get punished for it! That can only happen without hierarchy and without people having the authority to punish other people" --o&ert $nton )ilson "There can be no such thing as 5limited government,5 because there is no way to control an entity that in principle en*oys a monopoly of power" -1oseph So&ran " do not thin% we will see a stateless society in my lifetime! 0ut am sure we will not see a state that conforms to the minarchists+ ideals! The closer we get, the better, but see no reason not to

aspire for the best government as Thoreau imagined it( none at all! t+s certainly more consistently idealistic than what the minarchists imagine, and yet it+s at least possible, whereas the existence of a lasting, minimal state is a hopeless fantasy" -$nthony /re#ory "Gentlemen, the time is coming when there will be two great classes, Socialists, and &narchists! The &narchists want the government to be nothing, and the Socialists want government to be everything! There can be no greater contrast! Well, the time will come when there will be only these two great parties, the &narchists representing the laissez faire doctrine and the Socialists representing the extreme view on the other side, and when that time comes am an &narchist" -)illiam /raham Sumner " believe that all government is evil, and that trying to improve it is largely a waste of time" -6. .. Mencken 3 6ve concluded that genius is as common as dirt! We suppress our genius only because we haven6t yet figured out how to manage a population of educated men and women! The solution, thin%, is simple and glorious! 'et them manage themselves4 -1ohn aylor /atto 3&narchists %now that a long period of education must precede any great fundamental change in society, hence they do not believe in vote begging, nor political campaigns, but rather in the development of self2thin%ing individuals4 -.ucy "arsons "We anarchists do not want to emancipate the people; we want the people to emancipate themselves" -'rrico Malatesta "The nternet is the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn+t understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had" -'ric Schmidt "$verall, the anarchy was the most creative of all periods of 7apanese culture for in it there appeared the greatest landscape painting, the culmination of the s%ill of landscape gardening and the arts of flower arrangement, and the 1o drama" -1. M. -o&erts "We cannot ac%nowledge allegiance to any human government! $ur country is the world, our countrymen are all man%ind" -)illiam .loyd /arrison