World View Revolution- Part 4 or “Willingly Enslaved”

I am writing this as frustrations rise up in my world. Working three days a week as a “single” mom I have found that my philosophy on working a job as a mom at all is another Lie that has us duped by the establishment systems.

We fight the grind of the 9-5 work days and traffic and gas prices and benefits and office politics and for WHAT? So we can pay the daycare to raise our kids for us? So we can have benefits for health problems from the stress,  the smog filled commutes,  the hours doing repetitive motions, heavy lifting or hunched over a computer screen or the lack of nutrition due to the drive through dinners and not having the time for preparing or researching healthy foods and living? So we can put all our money into the gas tank and into our “keeping up with the Joneses” lifestyles? Since when is this worth it? How has it gotten to this point?

What has happened is we have sold our souls and bought a philosophy; that moms should have the freedom to work and not be under the thumb of responsibilities at home, or that we can do anything a man can do, but what we have gotten instead is being under the thumb of the work responsibilities and those at home combined, it is hardwired into us that we care for our homes (even if we don’t like to, want to or know how to) and therefore we are divided. A house divided cannot stand, a woman divided cannot stand, a family divided cannot stand, a marriage divided cannot stand. This promotion of women (or should I say demotion), has created a culture of willing enslavement because we have bought into the propaganda of the system. This system has taken from us our roots and traditions and home skills; it is still taking from us, it is attempting to steal our farming heritage, our entrepreneurial spirit, our ability to remain independent.  You see when they take our animals and our ability to grow our own food and disallow us to keep a small businesses (read this). They aren’t and haven’t literally taken them Per Se on a large scale. What they are trying to do is over-regulate these things, using fear tactics in the media by hyping big stories with just the info they want you to believe, then if that doesn’t work and a few get away from them they use the law to make an example of them like they are criminals by using obscure regulations, lies, and laws  to come and shut down community based operations that don’t line up with their drone mentality of the American people.  There is also the money factor to consider, they tax us, and insist we be licensed which again costs money, they fine those who are out of line and terrorize those not in cahoots with them or their lobbyist cronies.

Why do we want a job? to have good benefits. Why have good benefits? So when we are sick and broken down at retirement we will be taken care of? Even though our quality of life is nearly non-existent due to our multitude of health issues. To have good pay? To pay for our kids to go to college and get caught up in the same vicious cycle? Or to fund our retirement that we may be too sick to enjoy? It is bad enough that our men have to go out and put these stresses upon themselves (which they are hardwired to do with much less of a detriment to their health). But when you take the wives out of the home, and take the nourishment and nurturing those wives can provide for those men, to keep them healthy for the stresses of working, you end up with men who are broken down too!

But being a stay at home mom is not easy; do you know why? Because all or most of the skills that mothers pass down have been lost to a huge majority of women; thanks to the feminist movement. It is boring to stay home; we don’t know how to fill our time, or how to care for the home. Our work schedules and mentality have taken from us the ability to set routines in place to efficiently accomplish what we want for our homes and families. The skills of meal planning and nourishing our family have been lost to a convenience lifestyle of prepackaged chemicals. The skills of sewing and yarn works have been lost to store bought, inferior quality clothing. The skills of raising up strong, driven children of character and purpose have been lost to inferior education, schools of propaganda and peer pressure. The skills of hospitality, communication and community have been lost to a social media, texting,  gaming and amusement driven populace. The skills of healing our families with God given herbs and remedies have been lost to the greed driven big pharma corporations with there lobbyists that feed the greed in the media to lie to us and in the universities to propagandize our nation’s youth.

I am not talking about politics here, I am talking about the thought processes of individuals that have driven the American culture collectively en mass to sell there birthright and dignity because of the deception in a worldview that is not grounded foundation-ally in Truth or even in logic, reason and common sense. This is about thinking; thinking about the things that we hear and see passively throughout the day whether others say it or the media says it or a concept on a mindless television program says it; it is about discernment and telling apart the truth from the lies. The things I am writing are not about proving anything they are about piquing the curiosity of those who are willing to think outside their comfort zone and grasp the truth behind it. I am not an exhaustive researcher of specifics, I am attempting to portray tidbits of truth in my own journey for Truth. I know very little and in fact what I do know is minute in comparison to what I should know.  Does anyone else ever wonder why things just don’t make sense? Am I the only one wondering why common belief systems are so backward? Don’t you wonder about these types of things, too? Leave me a comment telling me what kinds of things just don’t make sense to you in the culture, let me know what has you mystified and why.

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7 thoughts on “World View Revolution- Part 4 or “Willingly Enslaved”

  1. Thank you for saying that staying home and being a Mom/wife/etc. is not wrong but a good thing!
    In answer to your last question I would say, reality TV. I don’t understand it and I don’t understand how we can call it real.

  2. This post is encouraging to me in many ways, not only because you are honest enough to ask the tough questions, but because it reminded me that I need to be thankful for the time I’m able to be at home right now.
    I turned on the TV tonight (rare) and wondered why everything I saw was offensive, violent, and inappropriate for anyone in our household!? Our culture is making less and less sense to me!
    Enjoyed your post,
    Scarlett

    • Thank you Scarlett, I am happy that this was encouraging to you. Yes, culture is strange indeed and sad. It is nice to know that somehow we can make a difference in others lives even if through some small thing like blogging.

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