For some time now I have been intrigued by the Freeman-on-the-land movement. Anyone who is interested in a life of true responsible freedom is likely to also be interested in learning more about this movement.
I came across a fairly recent (and relatively short) presentation on this subject that I thought I would share here.
This is a longer presentation from one of the first Freemen who works hard to educate Canadians (and others) about the false freedoms of our civil society.
Much of the information discussed is primarily oriented around the British Commonwealth countries. However, it is interesting that the US constitution seems to be based on Freeman principles, but the legal system in place is heavily based on the British system. As such, the freedoms are built into the US constitution, but are then co-opted by a corporate Justice system (which is supposed to be built on said constitution).
Unfortunately, the Freeman theory remains largely untested. I have long thought that it would be wonderful to see some small community secede and adopt a Freeman system. Indeed, it would seem that many of the "zeitgeisters" are intrigued by Freeman theory. For anyone aware of the Zeitgeist movement, it is my belief that this is the line where the Zeitgeist believers will split into the Technocratic and the Free. It is hard for me to believe that these two factions would be able to co-exist in such a way as to make the Zeitgeist utopia realistic.
Personally, I do not believe that the ends always justify the means, therefore I shall always cast my vote with the Responsible Free.
Peace and comfort to all.
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