Rebel against rebellion: why you should not control your control issues

Parkersburg, IA, May 28, 2008 -- A tornado too...

Parkersburg, IA, May 28, 2008 -- A tornado took the roof off this classroom at Parkersburg High School in Iowa. Barry Bahler/FEMA (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ok, I know that when a raging hurricane wind rips the roof off of a building, you know that the wind rules the roof. You are not surprised by fire burning up paper or a needle popping a ballon. You know the rules of those relationships and you do not say that the ruling forces should not be so domineering.

When an exploding bomb creates a raging wind, again you are not surprised by the physics, right? If the bomb explodes and makes a raging wind that removes a roof, you may be only surprised that only the roof was removed and that any of the building is left.

Now, imagine that a high priest in black robes orders a bunch of armed soldiers to go out and do some business for the ruling cartel of organized coercion. Maybe they are going to relocate some trespassing natives from their ancestral lands. Maybe they are going to capture some escaped slaves and kill them. Maybe they are going to entrap some rebels who they suspect of being open to conducting unauthorized acts of piracy, which might be labeled a threat to their Imperial monopoly.

Now, I know that we have been trained by propaganda to rebel against unexpected threats from the high priests of the system of Roman civil law, but if the system thrives on minor threats, then it might cultivate minor threats, right? Why shouldn’t the court’s officers and the other agents of the roman system of inquisition and global tyranny exert control over the masses? Why shouldn’t there be propaganda to cultivate rage and rebellion among patriots? Why shouldn’t people be trained that we live in a system that should be a democracy and must be and is? What tyranny does not claim to be the most just and righteous and heroic? They all do, right?

Stop trying to control the world. Stop trying to fix the system. Stop trying to make heaven on earth in order to earn your way in to deserving to attract god’s approval and mercy.

Do not control your control issues. Forget them.

Parkersburg, IA, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Communit...

Parkersburg, IA, May 28, 2008 -- FEMA Community Relations Team member, Charles Engberg, from Plattsmith, Nebraska, assists Parkersburg residents at the Disaster Recovery Center. Barry Bahler/FEMA (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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