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Slavery is a situation or practice in which people are entrapped (as by debt) and exploited. If you take a look at the world today, can you find a better description of what is happening in America? Not with whips and chains of the 19th century, but with the enslavement of the mind.
There’s a saying, “He who pays the piper calls the tune.” More and more government programs are being created to entrap people by offering them money. Governments and corporations alike are using their influence to prevent you from seeing things they don’t like. Even questioning what certain government officials are doing is now referred to as insurrection or anti-government extremism. So ask yourself, are you free or are you a slave? Are you free to live your life as you see fit, as long as you don’t hurt anyone else? Or are you trapped, dependent on some government or corporation to provide what you want or need? Are your actions influenced by what certain people or groups might say about you?
What most Americans don’t seem to realize is that their enslavement is voluntary. The law does not make us subjects of governments, but its master. Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, have no legal ability to force us, we voluntarily submit. The same for Walmart, Target, and Amazon. Until We the People free our minds from those who tell us we have no power, we will remain surfs, subjects, and slaves to those who claim the authority to do so.
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