It is my contention and personal view that the government should stay out of the business of censoring and encroaching upon states’ rights let alone personal rights such as speaking one’s mind, declaring one’s beliefs, or meeting together lawfully. The government–it seems to many–has without admission been steadily curtailing, stripping, or otherwise rolling back states and personal rights, a little at a time. They have been amazingly successful in doing this by practically any and all means at their disposal since the New Deal—media, government and para-government organizations and a countless array of under-the-radar groups, infiltrating all businesses public and private including every organized religion to gain entry and access in order to ultimately manipulate and control minds/direct thought in some desired direction to suit the rulers. The form and shape of government that we have enjoyed was formed by the people, and can–with enough consensus–be re-formed, reconstituted, reinvented, recast by the same people. This country badly needs representation beyond the traditional two parties. If anything contributions from other political parties could, would, and I think should be able to promote needed changes to benefit all Americans.
Neothink, by rejecting the role of religion as we know it, is embracing a belief system with man and only man at the center–and all conscious beings that may be elsewhere in the universe to be included in that same category, whether they be less or more advanced than we. While I agree that religion has been encouraged by the ruling class throughout recorded time in part to quell, subdue, and subjugate the masses, I do see a place for personal responsibility to God through and by meeting and organizing with others to mutually supplicate, serve, and reverence (i.e., worship) God. Neothink associates are taking personal responsibility to meet and organize together to ask for one another’s help (supplicate), to meet and organize together for the mutual good and welfare (serve), and to acknowledge and reverence the one spirit that is their wellspring, eternal source and re-birth right (this would in reality amount to a personal or individual self-worship and a Neothink corporate or universal selves-worship, in other words, a lot of individual worshipping themselves on an individual and a corporate or universal basis). That may sound confusing, but believe me, it is quite simple, true, and to the point. If the government is afraid or concerned with such an agenda, then they should also be equally concerned with any and all religions and personal belief systems espoused by individuals and groups, to eradicated them, to eliminate or muzzle them, as well.
Of course, such a course of action is ridiculous on its face and patently unconstitutional. Government has no place, no power, no hook to meddle and drive a wedge between any citizen and his God, or big humming electron (remember George Carlin), or whatever you want to call it.
I appreciate Mark Hamilton and have benefited from his literature. I defend his right to express his personal beliefs and for me and others to read and to learn from what he and his associates have said/put down on paper. We are all Americans and have rights that we believe are based on natural law and inalienable–rights that cannot be taken away, denied, or transferred. The State is formed to serve the needs of the people, NOT the people are born to serve the needs of the State. The people run the show by representation and consensus. Things are not run or should not be run by an unpublished, unnamed, unknown, secret group of self-appointed, oligargichal Elite, and run according only to their private or secret dictates. I’m not saying that is true, but if it is, these fraudulent leaders, wolves in sheep’s clothing, should be routed out post haste by a healthy and robust political process.