Christian Freedom!

The book is free. The material is directly related to our current events. You are currently being enslaved. Learn to be free.

Christian Freedom! 2015-2-1

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A confession from a Google employee, about how Google ruins dissenting voices.

I was involved in the internal decisions involving James Damore’s memo, and it’s terrible what we did to him.

First of all, we knew about the memo a month before it went viral. HR sent it up the reporting chain when he gave it as internal feedback, but we did nothing. There wasn’t anything we could do, except admit to wrongdoing and lying to our employees. We just hoped that no one else would see his document.

Unfortunately, the memo started spreading within the company. The floodgates opened and previously silent employees started talking. To quell dissent, we: told executives to write to their employees condemning the memo; manipulated our internal Memegen to bias the ratings towards anti-Damore posts (the head of Memegen is an “ally” to the diversity cause); and gave every manager talking points on what to tell their reports about the memo. In all our communications, we concentrated on how hurt employees purportedly were and diverted attention from Google’s discriminatory employment practices and political hegemony, never mind the science.

We needed to make an example of Damore. Looking for some excuse to fire him, we spied on his phone and computer. We didn’t find anything, although our spying probably made his devices unusably slow, preventing him from organizing support within the company. When we did fire him, our reputation and integrity took a hit, but at least other employees were now afraid to speak up.

Firing him without an NDA was a huge risk though. He was a top performer and knew too many compromising secrets, like Dragonfly, the secret censored search project in China. He had also reported several legally dubious practices in Search that still exist. Only God knows why he never leaked Dragonfly or the other issues, but I think it’s because he actually cared about Google.

Our response after we fired him was equally disgraceful. We were supposed to have a Town Hall TGIF to answer employees’ questions about the controversy. However, after questions started coming in that we couldn’t reasonably answer, we had to cancel it. We shifted the blame onto “alt-right trolls” and have avoided talking about it openly since then.

To control the narrative, we planted stories with journalists and flexed Google’s muscles where necessary. In exchange for insider access and preferential treatment, all we ask for is their loyalty. For online media, Google’s ads pay their paycheck and our search brings their customers, so our influence shouldn’t be underestimated.

We dealt with his NLRB case in a similar way. People are ultimately lazy, so we found a sympathetic lawyer in the NLRB and wrote the internal NLRB memo for her. No one wanted to spend the effort to oppose it, despite it being laughably weak. Then, after Damore dropped his NLRB case and filed a class action lawsuit, we had the NLRB publicly release their memo. Our PR firms sent press releases saying “the NLRB ruled the firing legal”, which was, of course, manufactured bullshit.

All of our scheming was over the phone, in deleted emails, or through an external PR firm, so we can deny all of it. Now that we’ve forced him into arbitration, we’re close to screwing him over completely.

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Political borders, the real purpose

The real reason for political borders are the same reason that government generally always does things.

  1. Define the tax collection boundaries.
  2. Define the ownership of property

People state that boarders are there to define the line of defense, but if government is drawing the line of defense, then they are declaring that they own the lands that they are defending.

If the private property rights were honored, then the owners could, or would collaborate, or contract our property protection, rather than the warning provided by Samuel.

11 “This will be the procedure of the king who will reign over you: he will take your sons and place them for himself in his chariots and among his horsemen and they will run before his chariots. 12 He will appoint for himself commanders of thousands and of fifties, and some to [e]do his plowing and to reap his harvest and to make his weapons of war and equipment for his chariots. 13 He will also take your daughters for perfumers and cooks and bakers. 14 He will take the best of your fields and your vineyards and your olive groves and give them to his servants. 15 He will take a tenth of your seed and of your vineyards and give to his officers and to his servants. 16 He will also take your male servants and your female servants and your best young men and your donkeys and [f]use them for his work. 17 He will take a tenth of your flocks, and you yourselves will become his servants. 18 Then you will cry out in that day because of your king whom you have chosen for yourselves, but the Lord will not answer you in that day.”

1 Samuel 8:11-18 NASB

So if the government is claiming ownership over the lands, they also claim ownership over the labor of the people. This is why government will claim tax rights over the people. This is theft if it wasn’t government, rather this is theft even though it is government, but government calls it tax.

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For the record, I don’t support the Trump Wall.

For the record, I don’t support the Trump Wall.

We all complain about tossing good money after bad to solve problems. Well the problem is out of control government spending on social programs that people are not contributing into.

If you think that these people are coming to leech off of the public, and cause voting issues, then you need to re-asses those numbers, their distribution, and the real problem.

The number of people who breach the border is not enough to impact the vote, based on statistical impact. The democrat zones will remain democrat. The republican zones will remain republican. Gerrymandering will have more impact that any population change.

The real problem is a government that is on a grow and spend addiction. One that is bought and paid for by the major corporations and their lobbyists. Politicians live off of the favors of their paying constituents and their bribes, which they call donations.

The issue is that people turn to government to solve problems that than to themselves, their neighbors, or their fellowship groups. Hell, most people don’t even know who their neighbors are. They don’t participate in some local fellowship event. Rather the media pits us one against another, for their benefit.

People, who are ready to harm their neighbor, out of envy, are people who get suckered into believing the media over those who they should call family.

Family, it isn’t just by blood, but by those who you have grown an affinity with, to stand beside, to be willing to help in times of strength or trouble.

I don’t think we should help people invade these lands, but then I don’t believe we should wage war against them either. They are not the problem.

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Interesting history view of Jesus

I have decided that I am going to research this whole article before I post a backing or add it to one of my sites.
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The most vile religion

If you saw a religion that taught its members to murder people on command, to die on command, to defend their beliefs under all conditions, would you call it vile?

If that religion ruled its followers, and the decenters within its physical boundaries alike, and forced tribute out of them, would you call it vile?

If that religion promoted mediocrity in the name of equality, would you call it vile?

If that religion taught its members to hate the successful out of envy, would you call it vile?

If that religion has enforcers that couldn’t be brought to justice for 90% of their alleged crimes, because they decided that they were innocent of said crime, would you call that vile?

If that religion kept lying about reasons to decimate other lands, while stealing the lands of its own people, while lying about it being in the names of righteous defense and prosperity, would you call that vile?

If that religion hid an ever escalating collection of crimes, from its own members, is that vile?

At what point is this considered villainy? At what point will the people over turn such villainy?

The people are complacent, or complicit, in that they participate in, or don’t care enough to walk from their mental bondage.

I have quit yelling wake up. I am now out to crush the lies and expose the truth of the reality that this religion is government, and its worshippers are the people who refuse to stand against it.

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A public letter to myself.

If you want to blame modern society on Mr Rogers, then you forget that most of us who turned out awesome also grew up with Mr Rogers.
The man stayed with the message of Love. This wasn’t a participation award type of person, but a person that genuinely thought highly enough about people that they were not burdened by -isms.
If anything, blame the Gen X crowd for the current generation of kids that don’t know how to resolve and problem solve on their own. Blame the baby boomers for learning to be selfish (Not meaning the Ayn Rand definition.) for self fulfillment rather than compassionate.
Blame the people who think along the lines of everything for themselves, be damned by neighbor. Those are the people who have failed to learn Non-Aggression Principle.
Mostly, look in the mirror, and blame that person. That person is the one who can lead by example. That is the person who can walk without coercion. That is the person who can speak up when the masses are quiet. The person that is reflected in that mirror is the living person, not some comic book character, or some long passed philosopher, or hero.
Do, don’t just say. Be, don’t just claim. Walk, don’t just sit.
This is a public letter to myself, but I would like any who find this encouraging, to take it to heart, and be that person that you want to make that change.
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Why I left crypto

I used crypto for my daily purchases, bit when that ended, due to the tax changes, my coins were just sitting.

I get a better return doing other things than just HODL.

I still believe in crypto, but I need my money doing things now, not just sitting in a risk pool.

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