Saturday, March 7, 2009

You Are A Slave...

I think this is an important video to freedom-loving Americans.


Rod Freeman said...

Great video - I've seen it before, and never tire of it.

Anonymous said...

I'm the author of "How to Camp as a Lifestlyle".

As far as "You are a Slave to the Government", if people really want to know what's going on behind the propaganda matrix, go to "Sleepers Awake!", here -

Tracy said...

Rod, thanks for the comment. I try to resist publishing too much political stuff here, but this video is too important to ignore. I wish everyone would watch it, and really give it some serious thought.

Rob, thanks for releasing your article to Wikihow. It is a great article, and I am a big believer in Creative Commons. Do you have anything else? Even if it is not available, I would like to read it; and if you would like more of your work published here, I'm interested.

Anonymous said...

My articles for Wikihow can be found here:

HOMESTEADING IN TENNESSEE is my main site, with tons of articles, found here:

I also write narrative nonfiction. The book JUNE ("In March of 1997 my wife and I, with our nine month old daughter, set off from home in the dead of night never to return. I've sewn $5,000 into a hidden flap in my backpack. We start out hiking, then travel over five hundred miles upriver by canoe. Three months later we are arrested, our daughter's taken, and we learn she is retarded. We never get her back.") can be found here:

And the book DRIFTERS ("The Gila is a region of southwestern New Mexico, millions of acres, mountains, big rivers, hot springs, a ton of food, no one around, a mild climate, most of it wilderness. If you want to escape from "civilization", and not briefly, to recuperate, but permanently, as a lifestyle - this is the place.

For years we kept going back to the Gila, often for several months at a time, searching for just the spot to build and stay forever. Along the way we delivered our baby in a motel, blew the engine of our jeep fording a river, suffered blizzards, ran into bears, and rattlesnakes, got robbed by raccoons, met the craziest and toughest and most inspired people, lived off hot springs, gathered edible plants, sold mushrooms, picked desert willow seed for weeks at third world wages - camped in one spot for two months with a 60 mile view, a mile from the nearest trail, and started a hogan - we valued freedom and experience above everything else.") can be found here:

Feel free to use whatever you like,