The Anunnaki Slave Masters and the ‘Anarchy’ Deception

Human beings erroneously assume that rules originated from a benevolent god, when in reality, the original source of rules is an evil, false god, Parasite.

False gods are non-omnipotent, and therefore need to impose rules on their creations in order to control them.

Moreover, this is why Earth religions, which were invented by the Anunnaki in order to control human beings, have so many damn rules. Rules = Evil.

Anarchism means the absence of slavery, in other words “True Freedom”. Because freedom is the only thing that can bring order, freedom is based in the awakening of conciousness and love, that’s the only way you can have “True freedom”.

Anarchism means belief and tranquility to all, as well as liberty, equality, and solidarity to all and for all as well. The word Anarchism comes to us from the Greek word ἄναρχος which literally means “no rulers”.

Anarchism is, therefore, a society built upon the foundation of non-coercive free association of all, guaranteeing freedom of thought and action.

Anarchism is not kids throwing rocks through windows and causing chaos. It is practical, contrary to popular belief. There have been hundreds of thousands of societies throughout history we would now consider to have been organized along anarchist principles – including most indigenous societies.

Compared to hierarchical authoritarian societies they typically were and are much more stable and afford their members dramatically higher standards of living. Anarchism is self-organization created by consent and mutual association, without coercion. It is not mob rule, statism, or tyranny.

“I was only following orders,” has been unsuccessfully used as a legal defense in hundreds of cases (probably most notably by Nazi leaders at the Nuremberg tribunals following World War II), ISIS, etc.

However, nothing can justify “violence”, an individual is always responsible for their personal actions! “Order followers” are in a deep underlining condition of hating themselves. You can’t have true self love and be a order follower simultaneously.

Nobody who truly loves themselves would ever follow anybody’s orders, that’s like telling them “I am your slave, I am your dog, walk all over me, tell me whatever you want and ‘ll do it I don’t care whether its right or wrong I’ll do it.”

As one can see there is no self love in that, there is no self respect in that at all! Just as it is not possible for a order follower to truly exercise consciousness, it is also not possible for a order follower to truly love themselves. Because they have given their personal responsibility to someone else.

Neither is Anarchism against religion, despite many prominent anarchist thinkers being atheists themselves. Anarchism is, however, against ecclesiastical tyranny just as much as it is fervently against the state and governmental tyranny.

Faith is a personal matter to each individual. If Anarchism were against faith, it would contradict its own maxim of complete freedom of thought and action.

This world that we live in seems to accept violence as an acceptable anomaly. The majority of the people seem to keep quiet about violence perpetrated on women, men, children and animals.

If humans are not adequately protected from violence, what chance do animals have in this world so insidiously saturated by human cruelty and violence?

Animals suffer tremendously under greedy, vain, evil humans. Animals are being exploited throughout the world and slaughtered en masse for food, clothing and cosmetics, and culled for control purposes. Others face the horrors of vivisection in sinister laboratory experiments, rituals and other tortures.

Animal skins, tusks, flesh, blood, oil, organs and body parts are sold for food, cosmetics, decorations, trophies and tonics.

A rather disturbing insight into how humans have abused animals can be seen in a seventeenth-century cookery, medicinal and household recipe book that recommends a horrendous cure for facial pimples.

The remedy states:

“Take two puppies before they can see, chop off their heads and hang them up by the heels to bleed, then mix with white wine to rid the patient of unsightly pimples.”

This shows that some cruel, vain people will go to any lengths for “beauty” and money, both then and now.

The horror does not stop here. It extends to certain humans whom some consider to be lesser beings, and they are treated like animals and exploited in all forms of modern slavery, including forced labour and as sex slaves. Others are slaughtered for body parts necessary for medical operations and for tonics.

The Anunnaki prize “sports” that maim and kill. In olden days, the sports were conducted in arenas, with helpless slaves pitted against lions, tigers and other humans in a fight to the death while the bloodthirsty crowd cheered on. Today, the “sports” have taken on new looks and new labels, but the essence of them is the same.

In the Christian World, violence against animals is excused away because in the first chapter of Genesis humans were given dominion over everything that moves on the planet, and granted absolute authority to treat animals as a resource for human adornment, utility and consumption.

This is demonstrated in the following four verses from Genesis:

“And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.”

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

“And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat. Genesis 1:26-29.”

The first striking thing about these verses is that God is presented in the plural, indicating that there is more than one being responsible for the creation of humans and animals.

This is so because an Anunnaki Elite committee was responsible for the genetic engineering of certain groups of humans, animals and plants.

Once the Anunnaki Elite created the bodies (shells), they forced consciousnesses into those bodies. In this manner, some very high beings have been imprisoned in human, animal and vegetable bodies.

The next most striking phrase shows that the Anunnaki Elite said to one another:

“let them [humans] have dominion over [everything on and about the planet],” and “… subdue it… [the Earth].”

This shows the mindset of the “creators” of the first chapter of Genesis. They are slave masters who were rewarding certain of their slaves with authority over other slaves (lower-caste humans in the Anunnaki Elite’s eyes, animals and plants).

Hence, even today, certain humans are still perceived by others as being lesser beings or even “animals”. The use of the word “subdue” exposes the authors of Genesis for what they are, “slave masters”.

By Khali Carol,