Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Video: Stefan Molyneux On The Obamacare Scam

[Onebornfree's Freedom Network commentary: this video presentation, by anarchist Stefan Molyneux, is excellent, except for one "small" problem. He never really gets to say that the horror of Obama's new law is NOT some sort of exception to the rule, or a statistical aberration. Instead, it is in fact no more or less than "par for the course" for ALL government programs, EVERYWHERE. Obamacare is no more than one more atypical example of the way that ALL government programs must work. To believe that the mistakes of Obamacare can be "fixed" by even more government, when government created the problem in the first place, is to believe in pure fantasy. Lesson:  one of the most important facts of life that a freedom-seeker needs to fully comprehend is that all governments are a 100%scam, and that therefor, all government programs are a scam, and that therefor, Obamacare is itself a scam. 

Regards, onebornfree and the Freedom Network ]



More about "Onebornfree"  :

"Onebornfree", or "O.B.F".  is the generic, 15+ year online business name for my internet persona and various entrepreneurial activities]:

 I am an alternative psychologist and alternative health/fitness consultant ,

Personal Freedom Consultant, 

 a Financial Safety Consultant

and a  musician [singer/guitarist, mostly blues/jazz stylings] and published songwriter.

See also: Onebornfree's  Mythbusters and Freedom Network blog 
[various articles]   

Monday, October 21, 2013

It's Insanity to Believe You Can Change The World

[Onebornfree/ Freedom Network commentary: this short video pretty much sums up the main message I have been trying to get across to people , either at Network meetings, or in private consultations. The most important fact you can learn, from me, or from this video, is, to quote the movies narrator: " You cannot change the world, to make yourself happy, or free."..."As long as humanity believes that they can change the world to make themselves happy and free, we will continue to fall into this trap generation after generation. It is insanity to think that you can change the world to make yourself happy or free". If you need any help, or have questions/comments about this video's and my own assertions, please contact me at: onebornfree at yahoo dot com. Regards, onebornfree.]


Video source.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Withdrawing Your Consent From The State

[Commentary: Onebornfree and the Freedom Network wishes you good luck in withdrawing your consent from the state. I  believe that for the freedom-seeking individual, this withdrawal is the most important action you can take, and that the more you withdraw, he better off you will be. If you find you need help in so doing, or you simply have no idea where to start, that is precisely where my Problem Solver Service  might help. We can talk via email or Skype if needed, just email me at onebornfreeatyahoodotcom - regards, onebornfree.]

By Michael S. Rozeff
September 17, 2013

Withdrawing consent to the state means more than this innocuous phrase may suggest.

To withdraw consent is far-reaching. It means a divorce from the state insofar as this is possible. It means having no loyalty to the state, seeing the state as fundamentally unfair and a source of continual injustices, being unwilling to help the state in any way, assuming and feeling no responsibility for the state’s actions, and seeing the state as hostile to peace and society. It means not participating in its rituals and having no appreciation of its symbols or myths. It means a psychological divorce from feeling positive about or approving of its victories. It means working toward the state’s opposite, that is, living together in freedom, friendship, comity and peace, i.e., in society. It means no longer thinking of oneself as a citizen, and not believing that as a citizen one has obligations toward the state or other citizens.

Withdrawing consent from the state means not looking upon oneself as owning the state or influencing its activities or doing a sort of duty for the state. It means viewing the state as a nuisance. It means abandoning all forms of patriotism directed at the state and adherence to its symbols, parades, flags, pledges, songs, anthems and monuments. It means no veneration of any political figure, past, present or future. It means no veneration of the Constitution. It means as much as possible avoiding all interactions with government.

Withdrawing consent does not mean being anti-social. Just the opposite. Going toward a natural order and society of life, freedom and property is the natural law alternative to the state and its artificial legalistic order.

Withdrawing consent can go much deeper than these changes. It can mean seeking out the underground economy, homeschooling, leaving the country, and avoiding the mainstream media interpretations.

Withdrawing consent is actually a creative challenge, to be met by many and varied individual techniques. It might be that a person boycotts movies that glorify the military. It surely means not supporting the troops and not pasting decals to that effect on one’s car. It might mean educating others or counseling young men and women not to join the military and not to seek government jobs. 

The scope for withdrawing consent is broad. I cannot possibly say what all it involves. What works for me is surely very different from what works for others, and what I am saying here is no blueprint for sure. Just because I don’t organize or attend protests or go on hunger strikes doesn’t mean that others shouldn’t do this or that I disapprove. 

I don’t participate in any political parties or vote, but neither do I get bent out of shape if others do. To the contrary, God moves in mysterious ways and we never know what series of events may trigger important changes. I am only suggesting that withdrawing consent is actually a much more important thing than what it sounds on the surface.

For me personally, withdrawing consent does not mean being angry at the state, hating it or turning to violence. I have never liked feeling either anger or hatred, and I try to eliminate them. I do not go around confronting state people intentionally or showing hostility to them. I feel that the state is winning if it “gets” to me. I pay my taxes and register my car. I have no inclinations to use violence whatsoever to the state or state people.

I have the faith that the natural order of life, freedom and property is going to prevail eventually without using violence and that the state will some day be viewed as a perverse aberration based on false ideas. I believe that as time goes on, even if takes a few hundred years, the falsity of the basic ideas underlying the state will become so clear to most people that they will look upon this era as mad and uncivilized. The ways by which freedom will win are way beyond my powers to know. The important thing is to get the tide flowing toward justice and away from the state, and that people have a clear understanding of what this means and why they should move in that direction.