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8 December 2011

Narrowing my focus

After some constructive feedback I’ve found that for What We Ain’t Learning (blog's former title) to be the greatest possible promoter of self-empowerment, the blog must undergo a process of specialization. The extent of material I initially wanted to present covers too many subjects for me to report on effectively. 
So, what is the most pivotal theme for me to bring out of the shadows and into the spotlight? What is the most positive message I can share that could inspire even one of you to start looking deeper into what we've all been missing?
I have come across a movement that concentrates on an alternative way to conduct yourself in society, especially when dealing with the likes of government and other corporate agents. It is a peaceful movement and involves taking control of situations instead of letting others decide the outcome for you...

[Caveat:Accepting the limitations of insight for a man living in Canada, readers should expect me to maintain a Canada-based perspective throughout my reflections. However, drawing from American outlooks and from those found in other Commonwealth countries (as this is more or less a global movement) will help me better define Canada’s situation by giving it something to compare to.]
...Instead of looking for others to blame and complaining about it, how about taking initiative and working toward promoting the things that are working in your community and disassociating from those that aren't? This mentality is prevalent in a movement that goes by different names, not limited to the strawman redemption movementcommon law movement, freeman movement or the sovereign citizen movement For simplicity's sake, I may call the bunch of them The Freedemption Movement

What draws me to this growing body of ideas, readily shared online, is that it stresses important concepts and principles in law that for the diligent layman to use. With practice, it's apparent that honourable and competent individuals have the ability to free themselves from the many invisible 'shackles' we find ourselves in today.

It is necessary to keep in mind that there is no such thing as freedom without responsibility. 
Freedom is the power to do whatever you want - hence the phrase "free to do as I please". 
Exhibiting power is the ability to carry out what you want despite a resisting force. 
And as we have we learned from the Spiderman movies... 
Freedom <-> Power <-> Responsibility

Individuals responsible for awakening this movement include Robert Arthur: Menard, Mary Elizabeth: Croft, Winston Shrout, and Marc Stevens, to name a few. But more videos are released on a constant basis so stay tuned.

Til' next time, remember: if there's no harm, loss or fraud, then there's no foul !

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