“The Myth of Authority”

An Outsider's Sojourn II

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“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 Myth of Authority

By Ryan Cristian

Guest Contributor, Zen Gardner

“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

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One thought on ““The Myth of Authority”

  1. Jonathan Hughes 06/19/2016 / 1:53 PM

    People are they that help people with God working through their sinful body. People not seeing that will do evil to people with their sinful body.

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