Consolidation: the Tyranny of the Collective   Leave a comment

“Now, there are a few circumstances where cooperative effort is preferable to individual efforts, but we must understand the difference between the cooperative and the collective. They are not the same, but, if we do not know the difference, we can and will be seduced by the notion of the collective and it will lead to the destruction of our individual rights and liberty.”


This is a huge subject, and one of the most deadly threats to Natural Rights, Natural Law and the Social Contract.  In fact, it could be argued that the notion of the collective is the negation of the individual.  Eventually, there will be many sub-posts written in addition to this one, and you will be able to find them by scrolling down the “Enemies of Liberty” tab at the top of this page until you come to this post, then hovering over it with your curser until the sub posts appear to the right of this post’s listing in that tab.  But, for now, this post will focus on the central threat in every form of collectivization.

First, we need to understand that the collective is an artificial creation.  It exists nowhere in nature; it only exists in the human mind.  In short, the collective is a figment of our…

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Posted May 10, 2013 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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