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What Will You Do When There Is No Food? By Gary D. Barnett

Hard to believe that in a country where the majority of people are overweight that we could soon be worrying about food shortages. From Gary D. Barnett at lewrockwell.com:

“That bowl of soup—it was dearer than freedom, dearer than life itself, past, present, and future.”

Alexander Solzhenitsyn, One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich

In a world such as this, where every freedom is being relinquished, where every aspect of life is being controlled, where every state threat is a lie, where every truth is avoided; what will become of man? Power and control over large populations can only be achieved over time, and initially in smaller steps, but as the progression of tyranny consumes the majority, extreme force will be more easily accepted. All totalitarian systems rely on voluntary servitude in order to exist, because there are so many more of us than them. Once this state of willing cowardice and indifference claims the population like a ‘virus,’ this mass sickness of society will consume itself, and all that will remain will be a life of slavery and misery; due to dependence on the very masters who brought about the plot to control the people.

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