HOW TO FIGHT THE WAR AGAINST CORPORATE TERRORISM
The facts are in, and global governance is a multi-national corporate maneuver. Itís really quite easy to understand. Level the national playing fields, whereby creating a global cheap labor force, outlaw private ownership of property while mandating corporate ownership of property; level the tax burden, which actually brings in more tax dollars to fund corporate government, and add new tax burdens, like taxable use of the oceans and global, taxable drinking water; enforce military service and volunteerism, jail as many as possible to create a even cheaper and compulsory labor force, and work steadfastly toward the permanent elimination of useless eaters, such as the sick and infirmed, the elderly, the social troublemakers, and the less intelligent, and finally, eliminate religious belief. For corporate criminality to go mainstream, the public sense of right and wrong needs to go. I donít believe you will ever see a more concise explanation of corporate intention.
I receive upwards of 1,000 emails a week asking what people can do to stop the dismantling of our Constitution. In turn, I have asked hundreds of very smart people what we, as a nation, should do in light of our current renegade system. I will begin by saying that every American person should prepare for the worst-case scenario. Preparation means many things to many people. I, personally, like to store food, water, and living supplies. A smart preparation would be to sell mortgaged homes, move out of the populated areas, and try your hardest to avoid the land trusts, which are rushing madly to confiscate as much rural land and watersheds as they can. But there is much more that we, as the people, can do.
Corporations are in business to make profits, and to elevate the wealth and power of the very few at the top of each corporation. They are all pyramid systems, plain and simple. Now, as we know, American corporations are giving our jobs to Third World nations in order to increase their profits by billions and billions of dollars each and every year. We finally got that through our heads. We also know that CAFTA will pass, as will the FTAA and CODEX. We do not run the show, and neither do American politicians. They simply take and carry out orders from the global string pullers. Our elected are puppets and our voting power is a symbolic token.
However, American people still have a few tricks left up their sleeves if, and only if, they are willing to believe they have contributed to the problem and are willing to make sacrifices. Iíve said it before and Iíll say it again, you fight money with money.
Sell you houses. Crash the lending system.
Never again send your children into public schools. Homeschool your children and vote down all school levies. Crash the school system.
Do not use banks. Withdraw all your money. If you canít cash a paycheck without an account, use it only to cash your paychecks. Pay in cash only. Crash the banking/spying system.
Get out of all debt. Sell your financed cars and drive beaters, bicycles, motorcycles, or electric golf carts. Crash the spin-off, corporate lending systems.
Cancel all subscriptions to cable, newspapers, and magazines. Crash the governmental media propaganda system.
Donít shop at super, all-purpose centers. Buy from local farmers, Quakers, and Mennonites, and buy in bulk Ė always. Crash NAFTA/CAFTA.
Learn to grow food using heirloom seed. Grow family and community gardens. Plant orchards in yards and communities. Learn to can and preserve food, and learn the skills of your grand and great-grand parents. Become intelligent.
Buy good tools and learn how to use them. Buy and keep a good how-to library. Become useful.
In other words, quit supporting the wealth amassing system of corporations, for they are the ones dismantling our nation. Get off the corporate freedom-siphoning grid.
Do not spend your money on house decorating, yard maintenance, vanity, or technology. Help your neighbors and the elderly. Barter for childcare needs when you can, but raise and educate your children in the home.
Hunting and fishing is the least expensive way to have good and untainted meat in quantity. Learn the important skills you need to learn.
Try to avoid the use of gasoline as best you can. Donít buy gas power tools. Buy wood burning stoves or pellet stoves (pellets are expensive) with cooking surfaces.
Be prepared for times to changes, and be prepared to change the times yourselves. Donít support a corrupt system. All of these things will seem difficult and self-sacrificing. They are - but sacrifice is called for when the only other option is to be a slave to debt, corporate billionaires, and their vile corruptions.
Donít support their media movies, television, or magazines. We can well expect that our right to Internet communication is coming to an end Ė fine. Start preparing now with books and supplies that you are going to need.
One hundred years ago, all the above was simply imbedded into the minds of most American people. People knew how to prepare for and get through difficult times. Today, that knowledge is gone and we are going to have to regain it quickly. Think seriously about having families and friends group together in these efforts, and to stand firm with these convictions. Think seriously about having more than one family in one household to eliminate financial burdens and to help with workloads.
America, as we knew her, is going down. We all know this, and besides the corporate elite and their partnership connections, we are all suffering the taking of our hard-earned money by elaborate bureaucracies that are robbing us into inescapable debt. All of our life styles are more than half way sunk. Itís time to bail and to recreate workable solutions that are self-supporting rather than billionaire-supporting systems.
Equally, you are going to have to recreate the church. Todayís churches are corrupt, government-funded and serving stooges. Worship together in your houses and in your back yards. Leave your million dollar, non-profit, fund-raising houses of governmental worship and get back to the business of faith, hope, love, and the simple and pure teachings of the scriptures. And Christians, baptize the masses.
Take the skills that you were given and turn them into services needed by family and friends. Live differently. Live better. Read and build intellect. Pray and return attention to your spirits, which have suffered under cultural poisoning. Give thanks, every day, every hour, that you are a child of God, and that ultimately, nothing else matters but that Godís will be done. Give thanks and give your lives meaning outside of corporate lies. Free yourselves before itís too late.
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Nancy Levant is a life-long writer, a believer of God, country, Constitutional and individual rights. She resides in rural Southwestern Ohio. She has worked professionally with children since 1974 and is an ardent supporter of home schooling.
Nancy Levant has done radio and television interviews, has been a guest speaker in many venues including college campuses, schools, Indian reservations, human service organizations, and has been the president of a youth sports organization.
Ms. Levant just completed 'The Collapse of Intuition', a non-fiction book about the decline of instinctual and intuitive abilities in American women. Equally, she is a writer for freedom and land rights issues and opposes the United Nation's Agenda 21 implementation in America.