You Were Always Living in a Totalitarian State, You Just Didn’t Know It

It’s always both unnerving and amusing to see people wringing there hands over the draconian and totalitarian measures western governments are taking to “fight” the “pandemic”, as though such measures are anathema to these governments and the documents which inform them. Only when we realize that these measures are a natural and predictable product of our governments, as for all governments, will we truly understand what we are up against and how to efficaciously response to it.

This isn’t particularly hard to understand, it’s only that the truth has been buried in thousands of years of ruling class apologetics. The one, uniquely singular, fundamentally unchanging, common denominator in virtually all of humanity’s ills over the course of its history has been the State, and yet the State remains safely hidden behind legions of blind followers and eloquent rulers and stacks of cumbersome academic volumes extolling its virtues, no matter how dreadfully it behaves or how disastrous and destructive its policies and no matter how infantile and hedonistic and psychopathic its members. Government creates problems and then rushes in pretending to be the solution and yet the cognitive dissonance of the masses simply fills in the logical gaps, regular as clockwork.

Government exists because of the metaphysical premise that man’s nature is insufficient to his own existence. Man’s ability to understand truth and to exercise his will morally in service to truth is considered fundamentally broken (man is “pervasively” or “totally depraved” in his nature, the Protestants and Catholics might say). If left to himself, man will give in to his natural selfishness and move to sacrifice all others to himself, resulting in total chaos, plenary moral atrocity, and ultimately the extinction of the species. The solution is for some small group of men/women, or a single man/woman to be divinely appointed by some Divine Transcendent Power, which informs the Collective Ideal, to use divine authority to force by violence and threats of violence the masses into obedience. The behavior to which the masses are to be compelled is codified, yet can be quite fluid, and is called the Law. In short, the whole point of government is for one group of people to entirely deconstruct all others. Government shall destroy humanity and the environment in which it expresses itself. Period. That’s why governments are always overseeing the worst atrocities in human history, from chattel slavery to mass starvation to the A-bomb. And if you have a lot of questions and are seeing some massive contradictions…congratulations. I told you this wasn’t that hard. Nothing about the state makes any rational sense because it’s entirely mystical at its philosophical foundations. It’s irrational by nature. Don’t let anyone lie to you, there is no such thing as a secular government. All governments are religious at root.

But what about our free democracies, our republics, our self-government, our constitutions?

Stop being so gullible.

Self-government? There is no such thing as collective self-government because your SELF isn’t a collective, it’s individual. You obey the law, and the law is behavior that is biding upon people collectively. That is not self-government, that is obedience to he who enforces the law. For you to “govern” yourself is to act according to your own will and that is the complete opposite of the law, which doesn’t care what you will or want or think. You obey, or you get hurt or worse.

Just think about it for a minute and ask yourself if this really makes sense. How do you codify freedom into law? You take behaviors that you decide illustrate freedom, codify them, even just implicitly so, and then institute a government to force (euphemistically called “encourage”) men to engage in these behaviors. In other words, freedom becomes binding upon men under threat of death, incarceration, or other punishment.

What could possibly go wrong with this logic?

And we wonder how it is that we wake up in 2021 and find ourselves in a world of medical apartheid and technocratic totalitarianism.

For you to be under the authority of the State in service to your freedom is a contradiction. For the law to compel by force a society which shall perpetuate the freedom of the individual is a contradiction. For the government to give you no choice but to act in service of your freedom is a contradiction, It is saying that you shall have no choice but to exercise free choice. It’s incoherent on its face. Freedom is individual will, choice, cooperation, and responsibility for the consequences of one’s own actions. Freedom is morality. The government is the rejection of individual will, the denial of choice, coercive, and at root is nothing more than punishment for disobeying the ruling class. Government is legality.

Government by the people for the people is a nice sentiment, but it’s fundamentally irrational. The government placed in authority over the people cannot be simultaneously under the people, and to attempt to institute such contradiction among men can only result in chaos…and this will naturally be blamed on the people, and their freedom. It’s downright Kafkaesque.

See? They just can’t handle freedom. Too much freedom is the problem.

And here we are.

If men were meant to be free there would be no need for government in the first place. This is the premise which informs all governments at all times in all places. There is no such thing as a free society of men under government…it’s a lie. You were always living in a totalitarian State, you just didn’t know it.

2 thoughts on “You Were Always Living in a Totalitarian State, You Just Didn’t Know It

  1. ‘ If left to himself, man will give in to his natural selfishness and move to sacrifice all others to himself, resulting in total chaos, plenary moral atrocity, and ultimately the extinction of the species.”

    I love how this also succinctly describes government itself, LOL.

    There is no group metaphysic. There is only the individual. All else is a charade by people realizing the latter and wanting control via the illusion of the former.

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