‘My soul showed me that the world in which I live is made up of lies and illusions. Reality can only be perceived with the soul’s eyes. With her help, I learned that behind the income tax system – and all other systems – we find slaves without chains, human beings who are ignorant and unconscious of being the property of the State. They trust their government enough to entrust it with their children, their health, their property, their entire lives. Citizens cannot guess that the State is a mere legislator and tax collector working for the Bank of Canada, a cartel of private bankers.
When I became aware of this situation, I decided to put an end to my life as the subject of a ‘higher’ authority. How could I do this? By doing the exact opposite of what I had been doing before. How does a slave behave? Like a domestic dog. He submits to the will of his master who uses it as he wishes. In return, the master feeds it and brings it security. The more docile is the dog, the better he gets treated.’