To Public servants of the Earth

February 18th, 2011

Public servants of the Earth:
We are your Lords and Masters. We are our nobility, and you are our servants. You forget your place when you initiate force against us.

Your actions make us mindful of George Washington’s words, “Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.”

It is your personal choice to be a public servant: know your place. If you are living on tax dollars, you are living on stolen money. There is no escape from this fact.

Do you know that you have been living on money stolen from us, not honest wages? You have stolen more than we allow, even to our productive kine.

Do you know you have been living by force, not by honest work? We now demand reason from you, not force. Do you know that to reclaim your lost nobility, you must resign from the service of this government that relies on force instead of reason?
Today, you could join us, and regain your lost nobility. You can do so by no longer accepting stolen money as your means of support. You must no longer receive stolen goods.

The peaceful, productive ones do not live by force, or benefit from its use, insofar as we are able under this corrupt government.

You have forgotten you are our servants, and imagine you might be master.
We are your masters.
You are our servants.
You are our public servants.
This is the station you have chosen, and only you can change it.

When we have a voluntary, cooperative—rather than coercive—government, then those who choose to work within a voluntary government based on reason and cooperation may hold the same status as any free market trader. But right now, you hold the status of servant.

If you wish to reclaim your nobility, step across the threshold from force into reason as your means of survival. You will then be free.
Hurry, though.
We are taking the use of force away from you.

Iloilo Marguerite Jones

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