Call It Like I See It

The only way out is through.  In order to establish a more orderly society, we will first have to endure the chaos that ensues when the current system breaks down.  So be it.  If we want freedom, we have to shake off those elements which are informed by tyranny.  If we want liberty, we have to do away with the bureaucracy of the government apparatus which prevents such a natural, anarchic state from arising.  We must tend to the garden of sovereignty and weed out the poisonous plants which deplete our soil.  We must starve the Beast through acts of non-compliance and civil disobedience.  Do not pay taxes.  Do not register with any federal agencies.  Do not ask permission.  Do not give away your power.  Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law when following the principle of non-aggression.

Rebellion.  Anarchy.  Revolution.  It doesn’t have to create chaos, but, most likely, it will.  So be it.  Let’s get through the rough spots up front so we can get to the meat and potatoes of the main attraction.  Utopia is a state of being in which all the people are in dominion over themselves.  Natural Law rules the roost.  Man-made doctrines and dogma are thrust into the trash heap of history.  Let the worms eat the shit.  Collectivism is for the ants and the bees.  Humans have a bit of a higher destiny.

In a country where the citizens have to sign up for a permit in order to protest, open up a lemonade stand, cut hair, drive a car, have a garage sale, go fishing, or travel across imaginary lines, it is obvious that the laws are absurd beyond belief and representative of a full-fledged tyrannical form of authoritative government.

In an economic system where there is a central bank and a graduated income tax, where corporations are subsidized and given trillion dollar bailouts instead of going bankrupt when they reach a state of insolvency, where money is stolen from one group of people and redistributed to another, it is insane to refer to it as being capitalistic, because it is, in fact, a socialist/fascist amalgamation of madness.

Yet, the typical person in this country is all too happy to wave a flag and proudly state that America is the freest country in the world and that we live in a system that runs on capitalism.  This is because the majority of the people are fools.  They have been brainwashed and indoctrinated in public schools.  They have been fed corporately controlled, state sponsored media through newspapers and television.  It’s sad to say, but sometimes it seems that the average Joe is a schmuck and the average Jane is a twit.  So it goes.  See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.  Thus, the blind lead the blind.  I guess that’s why they say ignorance is bliss.

America is a fallen concept.  Time to face the facts.  The original concept had some pretty good ideas behind it but after a couple of decades the experiment was already crumbling apart.  Limited government always grows into tyranny.  The only answer is a society designed through voluntarism and free association.  Any time there is a hierarchical power structure in place the system is destined to fail.  The Constitution no longer has any sway.  The Bill of Rights is treated as a laughing stock.  The limitations placed on the governmental branches have long since been overthrown and turned over by crooks and cronies.  It’s time to stop being Pollyannaish and acting like everything is hunky dory.  The whole system has to be scrapped.  Flush it down the drain.  Watch the sewer suck up the debris.

Personally, I pledge allegiance to no flag.  I have zero loyalty to any supposed social contract of the state.  I do not recognize the authority of tyrants.  I suggest others take the same stance.  The sooner we rid ourselves of the parasitic elitists perched above us, sucking from our veins, the sooner we can begin to live with vibrancy and health in a truly free state of independence.

Scott Thomas Outlar is a lover of truth and enjoys researching philosophy, psychology, politics, spirituality, and any other facet of consciousness in the pursuit of reaching a higher state of vibration. He also enjoys writing rants, poems, essays, short stories, and prose-fusion screeds covering such subjects. Scott Thomas can be reached at You can also watch and/or subscribe to his YouTube Channel Read other articles by Scott Thomas, or visit Scott Thomas's website.