This essay has been very potent in helping people to see the dangers inherent in large bureaucracies and why such entities are the enemies of free men and women.http://beastchildren.blogspot.com/
Children of the BeastIntroduction
“The average man doesn’t want to be free. He wants to be safe.”- H.L. Mencken
Most people see the conflict between limited government and big government as a political battle between conservatives and liberals. This conflict is much more profound than political theory can encompass.
In this essay the metaphor of “The Beast” is used to represent big government and “Children of The Beast” to reveal the nature of those who support or are dependent upon big government.
My analysis is offered in two sections:
1. The inherent inefficiency and inertia of large, complex entities
2. The inherent evil of large, complex entities
I invite everyone to share and publish this article. Below is the link to the blog I created for “Children of the Beast”.
A 750 word version for the media is available at: http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2012/09/here-is-summary-newspaper-version-of.html The shorter version is more palatable for a general audience. Please share!
Here are some of the comments from people I encouraged to preview the article before release to the public.
“I think it's spot on and revelatory, even critically important that just this message and true to life narrative be brought to people's faces.”
“The new paradigm is growing and it is even becoming easy to tell liberals afraid of the NWO the "gospel" of the founders. This is extraordinary medicine to help with that, for those who won't be too offended.”
“Sam, you have nailed it again!”
“This is wonderful--and explains so much”
“We will be glad and proud to share it with others. “
“Wow!! Great article! Sad part is..., most of those trapped in the snares of "The Beast" won't recognize themselves.”
“It is absolutely brilliant and should open the minds of any who are smart enough to dissect its content!! It is well-written and as easy as any technical article can be.”
“Dr. Sewell is one of the most intelligent folks I know. Please read his perspective on what's happening in our country today. It is enlightening.”
Sunday, November 4, 2012
This essay has been very potent in helping people to see the dangers inherent in large bureaucracies
Posted by Sam Sewell at 4:18 PM