By Alan Mercer
I believe I’ve been an effective communicator in explaining the freedom philosophy, warning about the loss of freedoms, and explaining what is wrong with the system.
For several years, I was writing press releases and policies, and speaking to the media and public as a political party representative and candidate.
You can see some of the evidence of this on my website. (Some of it keeps getting lost and I plan to repost it more securely.)
I wrote about the wars, about torture, about the bombing of civilians. I spoke about due process and civil liberties. I wrote about interference in property rights years ago, and about educational freedom, and the right of parents to educate their children their own way. I wrote about the Green Belt legislation in Ontario. I wrote about Smart Growth. On the radio, I spoke out against mandatory (opt-out) organ harvesting. Only tiny political groups in Canada, some of them similar to ours, would tackle some of these topics properly, maybe just ourselves in some cases, or it felt that way. I also spoke out against the SPP and North American Union at a venue organized by other groups.
More recently, thanks to other researchers, I’ve learned a lot more. I’ve written commentaries about Agenda 21, about climate change, about H. G. Wells and “The Open Conspiracy”, about Zbigniew Brzezinski, Aldous Huxley, and so on. I’ve posted material on controversial subjects like Kinsey, the fraud of the sexual revolution, and the efforts by the “authorities” to sexualize children.
I’ve posted quite a bit on the subject of propaganda, as well as the depopulation agenda, mass sterilization worldwide, abortion, vaccines, fluoride, body scanners, and the financial system. One of the more popular posts on this website, for example, is about the shingles vaccine.
I don’t expect people to feel the same way about all these topics. I try to avoid too many political or religious labels, because labels are a dialectic technique designed to limit thought and to divide people artificially. I have friends with differing political views and I might or might not choose to be a member of a group from time to time. However, I can’t speak freely enough if I’m tied down with a political party’s agenda as I used to be.
There was an incident in 2008 in which the federal leader (not the current leader) attempted to block a couple of us from expressing our views on the Canadian government’s bank bail-outs. I posted the article on my site anyway. He also angrily called me a “truther”. I believe this was because I had, on my website, openly defended a candidate from another political party who tried to talk about 9/11. So much for that. Lots of good people, yes, and I try to work with them if I can. But I phased out my involvement with the political process because of this kind of thing and because of other frustrations with it. Group think gets in the way.
I believe that I’m performing a useful public function here–as a voice of opposition to the system–outside the left-right paradigm–and I intend to build on what I’ve done and tap in to the unused potential.
However, the extent of this would depend on support and backing. I believe in fair exchange, in receiving fair value for something of value. This idea of “free” information on the Internet is just a trap. I have used free information and I’ve paid for information. What happens in a world where everything is “free” because nobody can afford to pay?
All that’s happening is that many people are slaving away for lower and lower wages, including writers. There are a lot of great bloggers and writers out there I respect who donate their time to tell the truth about the system.
What happens when they don’t have time and energy left to blog because of financial problems and long hours of “real” work? What happens if and when the Internet becomes more restricted?
And certainly most of the paid writers are only allowed to write about neutral safe topics. The funding goes to the trivial, to “practical” topics, and to the surveillance grid.
Maybe my personal assessment is skewed, but as people spend more time working for big institutions, and the more worried they are about debt and survival, naturally the less time they have to think about the mess of a world they’re living in and the growth of tyrannical government. More and more people are becoming disempowered. Their corporate tax-paying debt slave identity takes over from their natural identity.
In light of all this, let me make the following suggestion for those of you who can afford it:
If you want me to write about a particular topic, whether or not I’ve written about it before, then send me an email with your request.
Then I will reply back with an OKAY (hopefully – in most cases), or else an explanation.
There are a wide range of areas for possible topics you can suggest: including politics, foundations, think-tanks, UN, religion, esotericism, philosophy, history, laws, and so on. I intend to do more research and to write more about Canada and about the world and international system. I intend to write more commentaries and summaries of different books and authors. So I think your suggestions will fit very well with my goals.
Then if you donate a small amount (say $20), I will research the subject, write an article on that topic (at least one, maybe more) and post it within a short span of time on this website. Also, I will credit your name as a sponsor and link to your website or business.
My plan is to create a spin-off effect from this research, and in most cases, I want to publish the article in different formats, present it at Meetups, and write new articles based on the same research and submit them to other publications and websites. That way the information will be shared with even more people. I think it is realistic to expect new discoveries and breakthroughs because of your suggestion and support.
I’m not talking to people who don’t see any problem or those who think they’re doing okay and don’t care about others.
Some of us are trying to step out of the box and there isn’t enough support. We’ll go to a community council meeting about Agenda 21 or write an article in the paper and there is hardly any support. There is no solidarity. People are stuck in their group think, stuck in their fear, stuck in their entertainment. Stuck in their virtual reality. This is how it is.
They’re trying to go along with everything the governments and corporations feed them, even things that make their children sick. They’re trying to make everything a party when it’s not a party. Endless escapism. The propaganda gets stronger. Everyone just wants to work and pay the bills and party.
That’s the reality of the situation we’re in, and it can be very discouraging. We’re living in a false reality, cruising along on someone else’s destructive impoverishing agenda, going along with wars, carbon taxes, smart meters, and new anti-family doctrines. We’re heading over a cliff.
So let’s stop going along. Let’s tear down the curtain of lies.
(Updated: 7 September 2014)