Open Source Governance and the APT are Trojan Horses

“Open Source” Governance? A Trojan horse:

Herein follows my comment in reply to “Former CIA Spy Robert Steele” who “Wants to Strangle Leviathan With ‘Open Source’ Governance:

You say the truth is holistic, and you’re right. Ever since the Serpent questioned Eve with a partial truth, to use it to move to the lie, human and demonic deceivers from then right up to the CIA of today, have been using partial truths to get them to line up and march to their fleecing.

The APT tax idea, okay, it’s not yours, but it is what it is.

But wherever the APT tax idea originated, whoever first conceived it, has all the attributes of another partial truth itself, whether you are privy to the holistic truth or not.

The reason I say that is this. In its real-world implementation, it will NEVER look like the benevolent “democratic” image painted in your interview with Daily Bell.

First of all, it IS a tax. The idea of a tax is to confiscate the fruits of my labor and my neighbor’s whether I agree or he agrees to give it up or not. There is no divine right of kings, that idea was blown away by the King of kings Himself, and there is no divine right of majorities either. You have no right to steal my stuff, you have no right to steal my neighbor’s stuff, and we have no divine right or natural right to steal yours either.

SECOND, the APT is a TROJAN HORSE. Please excuse the caps, but it is important to sear that idea into the reader’s brain. The UN is a Trojan horse.

A government, whether minimalist or not, whether transparent or not, that has a view into EVERY SINGLE transaction done by every single person at every single point of exchange, done electronically, is not an efficiency measure. It is the invitation to total tyranny. Out of this Trojan horse will come the bureaucrats who have a view into everything we do. It is a fascist dream. Orwell’s dystopian nightmare, and Aldous Huxley’s drug-lobomotized society, have nothing as ubiquitous as this.

Atheists used to laugh in ridicule when Christians warned against a universal number for all individuals. Some of them saw the SSN as laying groundwork for it. Bar codes now have three anchoring pairs that in one code set, each pair would represent the digit six.

But now nobody is laughing about government looking at all our transactions.

You talk about Open Source governance as if it means a transparent government to us, one where we can see all of it. But you reserve a little secret corner for government, that nobody unapproved can see into. Couple that with the idea that said government would have to have controls in place to FORCE the collection of a tax on EVERY transaction, and you have something the Federal Reserve was established for in the first place.

Christians have been anticipating this Trojan horse for 2,000 years now.

REV 13:16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: 17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

This is why it was the body politic in the United States, the churches not yet compromised, who roared and stopped the mad march to Woodrow Wilson’s League of Nations. Biblical Christians want nothing to do with a worldwide dictatorship that enforces universal control over its citizens with an APT that ushers in a regime of embedded chips.

Oh so benevolent comes the proposal. I have been anticipating it. Many libertarians will probably be fooled into it, especially the “minimalists”.

But not some of us.

Atheists are not laughing anymore at the Christians who have been warning against a world government. Some of them still hold on to the old “crusader” card, the old “witch-hunt” card, to recycle anti-Christian bigotry in their conversation. We Christians are used to that, and in the USA most of us have not yet “resisted unto blood”, but some already have and the big numbers are coming.

The surprise will come from some parts of the Third World, I think, where Christianity has been growing and influencing the culture. Resistance to the world dictatorship will be most resilient among those who answer to their God above, like Polycarp, who preferred to suffer the wrath of emperors, rather than the wrath of the God who prophesied the Messiah, and who prophesied what we now see coming.


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