Monday, January 31, 2011

Egyptians Prove National Governments Obsolete

Now, at least as long the national governments refrain from hitting the kill switch, the Internet gives the people the tool necessary to eliminate national governments.

Watching the revolt in Egypt has really opened my eyes. The veneer of the national government in Cairo has been ripped off by the people and we now see Mubarak's organization for what it is - criminal! Mubarak's cops are stealing and committing murder trying to regain power. But before I become too smug and self righteous I must admit that my own nation government's criminal activities make Hosni Mubarak look like that of a common pick-pocket.

Of course the bad thing about the Internet which most are unaware of, is it tells the criminal syndicates what's about to happen. How that you may ask? Think about it. Millions of people bitching about what's bugging them to all their friends and family thinking of course that it's private. The National Security Agency captures every communication and Googleation, filters and organizes each by topic to know basically what's on the people's mind like they are real pissed off and even organizing for a revolt. So the government has a heads up to things like the revolts firing up in the middle east and can position themselves strategically to take advantage of the situation. That means, in Egypt's case and every other as well, find a suitable replacement acceptable to the global elites to replace the old ruler.

The reason the elites pull this off every time is we are all stuck on the idea that each of us has to have a big nasty central government to protect us from the other big nasty governments. But that was before the decentralized Internet arrived giving individual's eyes over the horizon. As they say, "trust but verify." All of the regulatory agencies are obsolete and bought out anyway by the industries they supposedly regulate. Individuals only need the Internet and the Courts to protect against and receive compensation for damages.

The longer the standoff goes in Egypt with the Egyptian people for the most part acting sensibly the more apparent a national Egyptian government is not important now. What's important now is all Egyptian's return home and to work. Forget about the question of who shall rule Egypt. If you insist on a national ruler it will surely be one who will favor the globalists before the Egyptian people. Instead, wouldn't it be better to continue organizing locally to see which neighborhood could be the best in Egypt?

Egyptians should continue taking control of their own neighborhood security and all national laws should be null and void having no bearing on individual Egyptians. From what I've witnessed the Egyptian people are mature and enlightened enough to govern themselves from the local level. All that is really needed is a confederation of Egyptian neighborhoods working together independently from central control to create wealth and protect it along with the people themselves. If the Egyptian people could pull this off it would be a beacon for the rest of the people of the world to follow.

Think about it - Egyptians being the first country to be free of a national ruler governing themselves locally and independently. Naturally the global elites are going to use all of their crime syndicate assets in Egypt to sow chaos so Egyptians should be forewarned. I would suggest each neighborhood establish local justice systems for anyone caught now committing crimes meant to sow chaos. Punishment for those caught and convicted should be swift and just to put fear in the mind's of the thugs doing the dirty work for the elites. The longer you Egyptians hold out against your national government the more people from other nations that will join the revolt.

If things go really badly for the global elites and the people of the world seize control of the own time, body and fruits of their own labor then we Americans might actually have a shot at freedom from our national crime syndicate. We'll see how it goes. I'm pulling for the Egyptian people.

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