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Slavery isn't what you think it is

When we "own nothing" and have to rent our bodies and liberties… then we are slaves

I have written before about having an HIV diagnosis and needing pharmaceuticals to stay alive. As far as I can tell HIV is a bioweapon, and is designed to subjugate us into dependency on popping pills. The Covid jabs are full of mind control nanotech nastiness, and also serve to enslave. If you cannot afford their “rent your life back” medicines, then the bankster mafia will have a variety of schemes to strip you of everything you have, and loan it back to you at interest. It is one giant networked alliance of scammers and loan sharks, sucking out our energy and wealth via their middlemen and pushers.

Nothing of substance has changed much in thousands of years, as we are endlessly caught in the same fight: free men with unalienable rights from birth, or slaves whose privileges are contingent on “right'“ behaviour according to the master’s rules. We were taught about one kind of slavery by one group of people, but that was a lie by omission. Slavery didn’t end, and it wasn’t abolished. Instead it was universalised through subversion of law, identity, religion, taxation, and finance. Traitors sold out our birthrights piece by piece over centuries.

What is going down right now is the end of our Babylonian fiat money system, along with all the allied cons (like Big Pharma) that make us weak and in need of loans. Whole industries are about to be demolished — banking is about to be disintermediated by distributed apps, for instance. We are being physically freed, and will be mentally liberated too as the MSM collapses. But the spiritual part is on you and me individually. Nobody can make you set your heart on being outside of Babylon. Will you put all your life force into getting out of the collapsing system of contracts and the worship of cash?

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Martin Geddes