Update: I replaced the first graphic in the original article since it was not an actual quote by Thomas Paine.
I went Galt last April when I realized the Republic had fallen and I have never looked back. Even today, most people will not publicly admit what has happened. The people responsible for the coup and its continued coverup have been successful on multiple levels by dividing and controlling us. As they drained our wealth, security and freedom, people are now waking up. The term being used is the Great Resignation as outlined in the article below but in reality, we are Going Galt:
- “Going Galt” means having righteous indignation at the injustice of a political system that bails out individuals and institutions for irresponsible behavior and at the expense of those like you who prosper through hard work and personal responsibly.
- “Going Galt” means asking in the face of new taxes and government controls, “Why work at all?” “For whom am I working?” “Am I a slave?”
- “Going Galt” means recognizing that you’re being punished not for your vices but for your virtues.
- “Going Galt” means recognizing that you have a moral right to your own life, the pursuit of your own happiness, and thus to the rewards you’ve earned with your labor.
- “Going Galt” means recognizing that you deserve praise and honor for your achievements rather than damnation as “exploiters.”
- “Going Galt” means recognizing that you do not need to justify your life or wealth to your neighbors, “society,” or politicians, or bureaucrats. They’re yours, period!
- “Going Galt” means recognizing that the needs of others do not give them a claim to your time, effort, and achievements.
- “Going Galt” means shrugging off unearned guilt, refusing to support your own destroyers, refusing to give them what Ayn Rand termed “the sanction of the victim.” It means taking the moral high ground by explicitly rejecting as evil the premise of “self-sacrifice” that they sell to you as a virtue— in fact “self-sacrifice” is an invitation to suicide.
This Great Resignation is becoming exponential as people walk away from tyranny. What does that mean for a new paradigm? We first have to start agreeing on what kind of future we want to leave our children. Our current government of division, cancel culture, indoctrination and propaganda must be recognized for the evil it is. But that first step is here as people’s complete distrust of all federal agencies and media is solidified. As the COVID-19 facts are released, the deaths attributable to medical malfeasance, greed and gene therapy will collapse the economy and the government.
I do not care what you call this next step. It can be Going Galt, the Real Revolution, the Great Resignation or any other dystopian label. What we must ensure as our priority is our Liberty: we must realize the consequences of not holding it dear.
We must also recognize the importance of education for our future. Critical thinking equals Liberty; indoctrination equals tyranny. Let’s learn from our mistakes and call again for the Divine Providence that guided our forefathers.
The Real Revolution Is Underway But Nobody Recognizes It
The Great Resignation is the real revolution which few if any recognize. The status quo is going to great lengths to dismiss it, for example, The Great Resignation: Historical Data and a Deeper Analysis Show It’s Not as Great as Screaming Headlines Suggest, because this revolution is not controllable with force and is therefore unstoppable.
The sources of the revolution are in plain sight: you rig the economy to enrich the already-rich top 10% and super-size the already bloated wealth of the top 0.1%, and then you wonder why the bottom 90% are indebted, broke, burned out and disgruntled? The hubris of the ruling elites and their lackeys is off the scale, as this structural exploitation is presumed to be not just acceptable but delightful to the bottom 90%.
American workers are awakening to the reality that they only way to get ahead is to get out. Stop playing the rigged game and start playing the players.
Workers are now in a position to quit and demand better pay and conditions, and then quit again to gain more, and then quit again. The employers are gnashing their teeth at this loss of power, but that’s what happens in revolutions: the pendulum swings from one extreme to the opposite extreme.
Workers are realizing that they are powerless to change a rigged system at the ballot box or by conventional means. The only freedom that’s still available is to quit amd game the system to the hilt, or drop out into the informal economy, try one’s hand at the rigged casino of rampant speculation or give up the whole unattainable dream of the McMansion on the golf course and build yourself a micro-home on a cheap rural parcel and work your own micro-enterprise.