“We promote individual freedom from all forms of government, commerce, and ideologies with the invention and proliferation of technology that ensures everyone’s basic needs of survival are met; everything from food, water, shelter, communications; even lethal and non-lethal defensive weapons for personal security.”
Sanctient is the combination of Saint + Ancient. It is the brainchild of Lillith Eschaton Demiurge, formerly Sean Henri Edmond the III. Envisioned circa 2006, it served the purpose of alleviating the symptoms of Terror Management in all of humanity by exposing the links between science and religion; and providing scientifically verifiable evidence in an afterlife. However, with the economic and environmental challenges threatening the lives of every human on earth; a decision was made to extend its outreach to solving poverty, global warming, and the idea of over-population. Our fundamental solutions are as follows:
Freedom in America, as well as the legal and economic sovereignty of each of it’s states, are quintessential for the country’s economic and military superiority. When power is condensed to a few individuals, it can be likened to everyone boarding a single train: One wrong move, one bend in the tracks, and everyone riding that train suffers from it’s derailment. That train, today, is the private Federal Reserve bank and the institution of fiat currency.
“…I sincerely believe… …that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.” – Thomas Jefferson
Politically, the country is divided by Democrats and Republicans. Coincidentally, these political parties are in fact different representations of systems of government; sharing many similarities, with one notable exception in management of the country’s treasury. Monetarily, in a Republic, laws are put in place to prevent the public from having the ability to vote for access to the country’s treasury. These rules, ensure the country remains fiscally viable on the world stage and that inequality between the business and the citizens remain at a minimum. In a Democracy however, no such rules exist. In fact, a democracy by it’s very practice cannot exist as a permanent form of government. Once voters discover that they can vote for themselves generous gifts from the public treasury, the majority will always vote for the candidates promising the most benefits from the government. The net result is complete economic degradation, and the rise of a dictatorship.
America is supposed to be a Republic; not a Democracy. It’s in the very Pledge of Allegiance:
“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”