Recovery Plan For Humanity | 3 Great Lessons Of Power

The Solution – Come To Power

Reclaim control of the power centers of society, one-by-one, just the way collectivists captured them in the first place. Replace collectivists with individualists, people who have no personal agendas except to defend freedom.

This will unleash the vast human potential for prosperity and happiness that can be realized only in the absence of coercion and oppression by the state.

To reach that goal, however, those who cherish freedom must do more than complain. You must reach for power. That is the meaning of the Freedom Force motto: Impotentes defendere libertatem non possunt, which is Latin for:

Those Without Power Cannot Defend Freedom

Freedom Force International is a network of men and women from all parts of the world and all walks of life who are concerned over loss of personal liberty and growth of government power. We are not mere complainers but have a plan to do something about it.

The 3 great lessons of power

  1. It makes no difference what you think if others hold the power
  2. Power does not seek those who are virtuous; power belongs to those who reach for it
  3. Once power is acquired it must be used to defend itself against those who would take it from us.

From Doreen
How many people work tirelessly to expose evil and thwart globalization, the NWO and police states that are already in place, evidenced by a rising prison wall around each of us whether we are aware of it or not.

After decades of activists, film producers, whistle blowers, alternative media, and others, some of whom lost everything while others lost their lives trying to stem the tide of evil washing over this planet, we must first comprehend the problem before we can solve it.

In the video below, G. Edward Griffin categorizes the problem facing humanity.
Using analogies he simplifies why people are apathetic and how to remedy.
He outlines what does not work to isolate what will work.

That solution is found in ‘The Art of War’ by Sun Tzu:
“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”  

G. Edward Griffin identifies strengths and strategies of the 1% who hold power over society, and a recovery plan for people willing to take back our power.

Recorded on June 11, 2006, in La Caňada, California, this message is even more relevant now than it was then.

The Creed of Freedom

I believe that only individuals have rights, not the collective group; that these rights are intrinsic to each individual, not granted by the state; for if the state has the power to grant them, it also has the power to deny them, and that is incompatible with personal liberty.
I believe that a just government derives its power solely from the governed. Therefore, the state must never presume to do anything beyond what individual citizens also have the right to do. Otherwise, the state is a power unto itself and becomes the master instead of the servant of society.

I believe that one of the greatest threats to freedom is to allow any group, no matter its numeric superiority, to deny the rights of the minority; and that one of the primary functions of just government is to protect each individual from the greed and passion of the majority.

I believe that desirable social and economic objectives are better achieved by voluntary action than by coercion of law. I believe that social tranquility and brotherhood are better achieved by tolerance, persuasion, and the power of good example than by coercion of law. I believe that those in need are better served by charity, which is the giving of one’s own money, than by welfare, which is the giving of other people’s money through coercion of law.

I believe that all citizens should be equal under law, regardless of their national origin, race, religion, gender, education, economic status, life style, or political opinion. Likewise, no class should be given preferential treatment, regardless of the merit or popularity of its cause. To favor one class over another is not equality under law.

I believe that the proper role of government is negative, not positive; defensive, not aggressive. It is to protect, not to provide; for if the state is granted the power to provide for some, it must also be able to take from others, and once that power is granted, there are those who will seek it for their advantage. It always leads to legalized plunder and loss of freedom. If government is powerful enough to give us everything we want, it is also powerful enough to take from us everything we have. Therefore, the proper function of government is to protect the lives, liberty, and property of its citizens; nothing more. That government is best which governs least.

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G. Edward Griffin – This Thing Called Power

Published on Feb 8, 2017

In this presentation, delivered to the gathering at the 3rd Freedom Force Congress on Sunday, December 4, 2016, G. Edward Griffin discusses the need to “come to power” if we are to relieve the globalists of their authority to dictate our lives.

Please share this information so it can reach people willing to take a stand for freedom and not let the future down.  Thank you.

Doreen Ann Agostino
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About Doreen Agostino

Author, Radio Host, Fact Tracker, Reality Generator and Editor Doreen Agostino synthesizes facts to transform limitations into remedy and freedom.
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