Vi har lärt att slaveri försvann på 1800-talet. Visst hör man ibland om sex slavar, childtrafficking och annat hemskt, men det handlar ju om andra – långt borta. Eller? Man räknar med att det finns 40 miljoner som blir behandlade som slavar idag!
Men en av de största hemligheterna är att över 95% av jordens befolkning värderas som slavar!
Hur? Vad? Vad säger ni?
Visste du att i det ögonblick du blir registrerad i folkregistret hos skatt (dem födda tidigare än -90-talet blev inskrivna i kyrkböckerna) ses du som en fiktiv person. Person betyder “roll” – och är inte levande. Det betyder att om du börjar göra lite research på nätet om ditt personnummer, är sannolikheten att du hittar någon som “äger dig” på aktiemarknaden, stor. Vårt stat är ett privat företag – precis som alla system. Polisen är också ett vinstbaserat företag. Vilka konsekvenser får det för vår frihet, säkerhet och liv?
De flesta människor vet ju såklart inte detta – så de flesta som är ansatta av staten gör du bara sitt jobb. Men hur hade vår värld sett ut om regering, stat och offentliga institutioner inte hade varit vinstbaserade? Att det faktiskt hade varit för folkets bästa?
Vi skriver också om detta moderna slaveri i boken “Holy F*ck and Sacred Water” och i vår nya kurs “Footsteps for Freedom” som börjar den 21 Mars 2021 kan du lära dig allt om detta ämne, men framför allt – hur du kan bli fri.
Vi har också skrivit lite om slavhistorien i en artikel från Wholyland som du kan läsa här under.
Kom ihåg, bara för de ser oss som slavar, betyder det inte att vi är det. Vår födselrätt är Frihet. De gör det för de kan som Dr. Phil ofta sa…
Be unfuckwithable, be free!
Tora & Ulrika
Modern Day Slavery
History suggests slavery disappeared with the abolition of slavery act in Great Britain on 28th August, 1833 and in the USA on December 18, 1865 with the adoption of the 13th amendment into the US Constitution. However, slavery does continue and it can be argued on many levels that we are all slaves to the system. The proposed Great Reset and one world government also looks like a form of slavery.
What is a slave?
Interestingly there is no consensus on a definition of slave or slavery.
“The slave was a species of property; thus, he belonged to someone else. In some society’s slaves were considered movable property, in others immovable property, like real estate. They were objects of the law, not its subjects. Thus, like an ox or an ax, the slave was not ordinarily held responsible for what he did. He was not personally liable for torts or contracts. The slave usually had few rights and always fewer than his owner, but there were not many societies in which he had absolutely none. As there are limits in most societies on the extent to which animals may be abused, so there were limits in most societies on how much a slave could be abused.”
“Slavery was a form of dependent labour performed by a nonfamily member. The slave was deprived of personal liberty and the right to move about geographically as he desired. There were likely to be limits on his capacity to make choices with regard to his occupation and sexual partners as well. Slavery was usually, but not always, involuntary.” https://www.britannica.com/topic/slavery-sociology
It could also be argued that many women were slaves in marriage. Many marriages were arranged and women had very little say in the transaction. They were deemed until fairly recently – and is still the case in some countries – to be the property of the husband. Women had (and have) few if any rights in their own right. It was only in 2018 that women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive and 2015 to vote. It is a tradition still today, in many countries, for the father to give away their daughters in marriage as a remain of this tradition of women as property.
Modern day slavery
Many believe that slavery is a thing of the past. Yet, right now there are estimated to be 40 million people who can be found in every country of the world who are being treated as slaves. Many of them are women or children. The large number of immigrants from war torn countries or countries with oppressive regimes are the ones frequently exploited. They move for a better life, yet they may have a better and freer life staying at home.
“Modern slavery is the severe exploitation of other people for personal or commercial gain. Modern slavery is all around us, but often just out of sight. People can become entrapped making our clothes, serving our food, picking our crops, working in factories, or working in houses as cooks, cleaners or nannies.
From the outside, it can look like a normal job. But people are being controlled – they can face violence or threats, be forced into inescapable debt, or have had their passport taken away and are being threatened with deportation. Many have fallen into this oppressive trap simply because they were trying to escape poverty or insecurity, improve their lives and support their families. Now, they can’t leave.” https://www.antislavery.org/slavery-today/modern-slavery/
These examples are only samples of the many disguises slavery can have. Then we have not even gone into the sex slavery and child trafficking bit. But let us stay with the less violent and abusive ways of enslavement of today in this article.
Are you really Free?
Many of us in the western world would say we are not slaves and we are free.
Is this really true?
It is very interesting when we start to dive into the whole Sovereignty movement and find out that we are treated as slaves still today. How is that possible?
From the moment of our birth into this world, we are a divine living human being. Then we are given an identity by the state when they tell our parents to register our birth. These are the birth certificates and identity numbers (social security etc.). This newly created legal fiction is owned by the state. The state is a registered company and all its subsidiaries (police, statutory courts, tax-department, etc.) are part of the company. Our legal fiction is owned by this company and has to follow the rules for the “employees” of the company (what are called laws etc.). Through this procedure we lose our sovereignty and freedom and we grow up with the belief that we are this legal fiction. We are totally at the mercy of the state, where the courts, the police, etc. are run for profit, and if they want us to pay, then we pay.
– From Holy F*ck and Sacred Water
Does this sound like we do not have slaves today?
We become a property of the state the minute we complete a birth certificate. This allows the state to remove your child if they deem you are not doing your duty as a parent. This can include not vaccinating your child or give them what is seen as the “correct” medical treatment. Anything which does not fit into what the state have determined is correct.
To work, apply for a student loan or claim any benefits you have to be registered with the state.
And have a social identity number – called in the UK a National Insurance number. This is issued in the UK automatically just before their 16th birthday and has to be applied for by immigrants.
People are also enslaved by the fear to speak up for their rights. Often because they are afraid of losing their job, not been considered for a promotion, or not being able to provide for their family. Many employers exploit this especially in manufacturing, where pay is often low, employees have to log in and out at set times and are only allowed a set number of toilet or comfort breaks.
However, exploitation is also rife in high paid job, where people work ridiculous hours above what they are contracted to. It only takes one or two people to always work late before everyone else follows suite as they fear being thought less of and it quickly becomes company culture. By following the crowd you are unwittingly giving your consent. The employer is unlikely to complain, they are getting slave labour of many hours a week per employee, do not have to pay overtime or give time back in lieu.
Money has become a great weapon for the deep state to keep us in the enslavement system. You can read more about this in the 2021 money grid creation post.
Do you consent?
There are many areas of our lives where we unwittingly give our consent. Simply by inaction or not speaking up we are enslaved. It’s taken for granted that those in authority, know what they are doing and have your interests at heart. In the majority of cases this is far from the truth. All they want is more money and compliance as this makes their life easier, make them wealthier and more powerful – and they can increase their bottom line even more.
The future of slaves
Last week the World Economic Forum hosted a summit: The Great Reset
“The Great Reset” is a commitment to jointly and urgently build the foundations of our economic and social system for a more fair, sustainable and resilient future.”
This great reset is based on the United Nations 17 sustainability goals. All of this – on the surface – sounds just what we need. We all want health for all, to end poverty, equality, have clean water and access to power, employment, food and protect the planet. The issues lie on how they plan for this to happen. The moment you start to go deeper into how they plan to execute this great reset, you can see your freedom be a dream of the past.
At one level this can look like utopia. But for it to occur you will be totally owned by the state and the states are owned and run by a few incredibly rich individuals. Your every movement and action will be tracked. If you do not obey, you will lose privileges. In essence you will be a slave. Does this seem to much of Orwells 1984 to you? A bit too far fetched?
This article by Forbes Magazine share what this so called utopia could be like.
We only need to look at what is happening on a global scale at the moment. Companies forcing their employees to test, even to vaccinate – to keep their jobs. We are not allowed to travel without being tested, wearing facemasks and quarantine for weeks. Vaccine passports are up and coming.
Do you want to live in a city with your life determined by others?
Do you want a life where you are free?
Free to make your own decisions on what is right for your health, your family, your life.
We have to remember that we are Free. That is our birth right. We are living beings. We are flesh and blood. Authorities have no power over us. They can only rule over “the slave” – the legal fiction. No one has power OVER us. The moment we stop give our (silent) consent and allow authorities to tell us what to do and not do, we increase that freedom. When we stop identify with the legal fiction/slave we are free. As the state is actually a company, we as citizens are a fictional part of the company. When we break free and claim our sovereignty, we can stop this enslavement.
What would happen if we all stopped doing what we are told and instead listened to our hearts and lived by the common law?
Common law is basically to do no harm.
What kind of life could humanity have then?
“The truth is that throughout everyday life, people everywhere use and rely on Common Law to live and work together. It is simply the inherent way that people conduct their affairs together. Liken it to the roots that bind together human communities by unconditionally upholding the life, dignity and well-being of every man, woman and child. These roots are especially necessary and foundational in the face of powers that seek to subvert such natural freedom”
When we stop to bend and kneel we claim our freedom.
“Bend the knee en-masse at this current point in our timeline and you take part in a huge ritual. You show compliance with and give authorisation for and allegiance to a new world order takeover. Symbolism is everything to those who think they are in control and they don’t care if you understand it or not. Black out squares and now mass kneeling – this is black magic guys, be very careful before you partake in a mass ritual like this. The only way to honour unity and make a stand against oppression and prejudice is through love, compassion, unity and grace. You do not have to sell your soul to an invisible and unseen dictatorship to do so. Kneel to no one save true self. Show alliegience only to love. Hold strong to your integrity, your power and your mastery. Now is the time to make the choice. Slavery or empowerment? Fear or love? Will you kneel alone and surrender your power or rise together as one in surrender to the power of love and unity? Will you stand United or fall through division? Choose wisely for your choice will affect you and your descendants for years to come.”
Dr. Phil often says: “they do it because they can”. When we say no and unite, they will have to stop. When they cannot do it – they wont.
Enslavement for the majority is a choice. And when we are free, we can free those who do not have that choice.
Join us on our 13 moon journey where we will dive deep into all these different layers of freedom and sovereinty …read more here about Footstep for Freedom journey
On behalf of Wholyland Council,
Pam and Tora Zophia