By http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=L._Winslow L. Winslow
Many say that the United States is a nation of laws, some nations, such as the Chinese say that the United States is a “paper tiger” and the laws are just barriers and that all those laws and the paper they are written on is meaningless. Most citizen’s believe that laws are to protect the people and they believe this because all the mass media hysteria insights the people to vote for these very rules, regulations and laws that later impede the people.
But why would anyone do something so sinister as that? Well, because laws control the people and allow those who wish to control the upper hand to remain in power or in the flow of money in various industry sectors. A citizen might say something like this:
You shall not despise the rules because if we didn’t have them we would be lost, without base, without knowing how to do whatever.
Unfortunately, this citizen making the statement is assuming that rules are made to help people. Most rules are to protect the upper echelon and not the masses. Sometimes, rules are made to protect the lowest IQs amongst us from themselves, in the end such a tactic produces rules that only an incompetent would wish to follow and a society that no one with any intelligence would care to live in.
Such a society, filled with so many rules, is no longer free; it is a prison. Rules are made to serve those who make them in order to propel their vision of how things should be and help them control. Humans who make the smallest of rules have job security because once you make a single rule, you must continually add to it. Adding minutia and more lines of regulation, causing unintended consequences, their followers are much more dangerous than those who seek freedom.
Too many rules impede free-flowing thought and slow innovation and the golden ages we all study in reverence. It does not save time to have more rules and the organizational advantage is off-set by the blob of bureaucracy in the name of law and order, that steals the essence of life from us all. When rule makers make too many rules eventually there is a rebellion and thus Freedom is Absolutely Dangerous to Those Who Wish to Impede It. Philosophically speaking of course.
L. Winslow is an Economic Advisor to the Online Think Tank, a Futurist and retired entrepreneur http://www.worldthinktank.net
Currently he is planning a bicycle ride across the US to raise money for charity and is sponsored by http://www.Calling-Plans.com and all the proceeds will go to various charities who sign up.
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