REd COiN: Blood Money and the Mercenary Tyrants
“Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labour for that which satisfieth not? hearken diligently unto me, and eat ye that which is good, and let your soul delight itself in fatness.” ISAIAH 55:2
The desire for personal gain highly motivates me to take part of the hostilities of this world.
We are at war.
No matter which way you decide to make sense of it, this is a daily battle.
There is no real peace so long as there are people struggling to survive.
People with little or no money.
People with no homes.
People with no food.
And there are only a few things to do about it.
That is to fight, be enslaved, or to die.
I have found no other options or choices.
There is only submission, or retaliation.
Make no mistake that retaliation is exactly what I mean.
Because if our world was left alone to be as it was naturally intended, we would not be up in arms over resources that are supposedly limited.
There is an armed conflict, but the weapons are not only those that cut, bludgeon, shoot, or explode.
There are weapons of war in the minds of all of us.
The seeds of truth, and the seeds of deception.
And there are no truly black or white lines.
Under tyranny, there are no rules of engagement.
There is no reason to fight fair.
Because the oppression under which we are governed has not been established under fairness or truth.
And so we must prosper by any means necessary.
At first it must be under cover of darkness.
Then, when we gain the power of money; we use our fame to triumph.
For this is the way that we have come under the control of those mercenary tyrants who would have us fooled and enslaved.
And it is the way that we must know reality and be free.
We must overcome one battle at a time until the war is won.
Feel no remorse if you find that you have to steal from your captors.
Do not weep when you must slay those who chose to enslave us.
If we have to rob them blindly, and kill them in ther sleep; then so be it.
“Yea, they are greedy dogs which can never have enough, and they are shepherds that cannot understand: they all look to their own way, every one for his own gain, from his quarter.” – ISAIAH 55:11