Q. What do you think are the top 3 reasons why people are not free in the West?
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What do you think are the top 3 reasons why people are not free in the West?


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  • billionairebitclub

    Birth Certificates, Social Security Cards and Ignorance of Law.

    You are given 2 legally binding contracts at birth. At no time during your rearing are you ever made aware of who authored these documents and what purpose they truly serve. Nor can they be revoked.

    In grade school you are taught everything but Law, by which you must blindly abide by.

    In order to interpret the law you need a lawyer or to go through degrees to understand the coded system.

    The west, however is not alone in this plight.

    All of these systems are purposefully put in place to perpetuate an ongoing cycle of ignorance.


       

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  • heather

    parents aren’t teaching their children how to be adults
    people are lazy
    Gov’t has brainwashed our kids


       

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  • keith34

    Educational endoctrination
    People obligating themselves to things they truely don’t understand
    Believing that the “State”, “Government”, “They”, are real

    When people realize that each man and woman are not their names, that they are living, and that they learn what words really mean, then they will become free.


       

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