The Myth of Authority
By Ryan Cristian
Guest Contributor, ZenGardner.com
“People should not be afraid of their governments; governments should be afraid of their people.”
Contrary to what many people assume, most of the suffering, injustice and conflict in the world is not the result of greed, hatred or intolerance. Instead… Most of man’s inhumanity to man is the result of one particular belief; one irrational superstition which is shared by almost everyone, namely, the belief in authority.
History has taught us that trying to fix the world by way of government always ends in disaster. That in the end the political process empowers the ruling class and no one else. Constitutions don’t fix it. Elections don’t fix it.
Once there a position of power is created, it is always the megalomaniacs and sociopaths who will sooner or later, one way or another, get themselves into that position.
Decent people are tricked into believing that it is perfectly acceptable and righteous to control and rob their neighbors, as long as they do it by way of voting in the political process.
Tyrants love it when they can get the people to cheer for their neighbors to be robbed by way of taxation or cheer for their neighbors to be forcibly controlled by way of regulation and legislation.
In short: the political process is designed to dupe the people into cooperating with, and even demanding their own subjugation, and the subjugation of everyone else.
The old notion of the divine right of kings has changed into the divine right of politicians… with similar results.
Hundreds of millions of human beings have been murdered by their own governments. Many millions more have died in government created wars and billions more have been robbed, harassed, terrorized and otherwise forcibly dominated and impressed by ruling classes… Including democratically elected constitutional governments.
To create a huge all-powerful predator, which is what government always is, in the name of stopping predators is simply INSANE.
And then the big powerful thing that you hoped would be a protector and servant of the people, will be an oppressor and exploiter of the people. That is what government has always been and always will be, until the people dare to let go of the superstition of authority.
About the author:
Tim Bryant grew up in a small town in the Midwest, a product of the matrix, caught in the mold of the school, work, family, then die paradigm, until a serious of events changed the direction of his life. This first being college, where he played tennis on scholarship as the only American on the team. This started his awakening only to go through another much deeper phase upon watching the Zeitgeist documentaries, which exposing a hidden world that was unknown to him. This opened up Pandora’s Box, causing him go deep down the rabbit hole into any knowledge he could find, coupled with a 7 month trip around the world. Tim sees the truth movement as the next step in our evolution as a species, and aims to be at the forefront the movement.
You can connect with Tim at:
The Myth of Authority Reviewed by The Riddler on 7:30:00 AM Rating: