Everything about your reality is a lie. The car you drive on lease, the house that you pay on monthly or annually with taxes, even your job which can be gone on a whim of your employer are lies. Everything you have been taught from childhood has been filtered through a rose colored glass. All you now know of history both here and abroad, your definitions of right and wrong, and even the way you think are lies. When you realize you have become a lie, and are living in a nation of lies, where are you living? You are living in the Airborne Nation. You are in America. When will we come down to earth and help our fellow man? When will we no longer be airborne, in our world of false dreams, so we can be our brothers keeper? The time is now. We must act.
I once had a professor in college who kept a cartoon at his door outside his office. The caption read, "Welcome to America. Put your blinders on." This is true to point in every aspect of American life. We are blind to our own problems. We are blind to the problems facing our ever-changing world. We are blind to our trueselves. We are first and foremost human though we do not know what it means to be human. We are prideful searchers on a hopeless quest for wealth. The mere prospect of which does not exhist for basically any American. For our dream itself is a lie, the so called American dream. We are caught up in the propaganda of the wealthy aristocracy. We dominate our minds with false truths. It has become easy for us for we have forgotten ourselves.
Through the last couple of centuries, and especially in the case of my generation, the real America has been forgotten. For our religiousity, our hegemony, and our government have once again become our persecutors. We are at a crossroads in time I hope. For in due time technology will enslave the masses. We let the government take many of our freedoms. We let them corrupt everything with their selfishness and greed. We forgot the treachery of men in power. Men in power are not like us. They are singularly driven by the prospects of wealth and power. O' who could ascend to such a perch. Not I for I feel to be human is as close to being divine as a man can be whilst still in his flesh. Therefore I desire not power but equality, not wealth but relationship. Such desires have substance and for me there is nothing else. We must now act for the sake of our freedom.