Slavery by Consent

Slavery by Consent

2010, Conspiracy  -   49 Comments
Ratings: 7.50/10 from 108 users.

Slavery by Consent succinctly outlines the deception used to enslave humanity by the global criminal class. It is a powerful statement documenting the crimes of the ruling classes.

This documentary highlights the nature and history of our enslavement, the absurdity of an all-powerful governing (controlling) class to a free human race and the philosophy of liberty which we all need to adopt if we are to ever be a free species on this planet living in balance with the natural world.

Slowly, the world awakens from the nightmare of debt slavery and illegitimate authority imposed on us which has violated the natural laws and our interaction with each other and all other species on this planet.

This series will attempt to uncover the key components that will hopefully empower each one of us, to regain control of our lives, freedoms, rights and dignity, just by using the same matrix that we're currently living in to our advantage, rather than leaving it in the hands of those who are currently calling the shots.

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49 Comments / User Reviews

  1. bluetortilla

    'Terrorism' is obvious double speak; it's use should be avoided. Also, 'fascism' was always an inadequate description of repressive regimes.
    Really good and rare coverage here. I could sure do without the background music though. It's distracting and does not serve to promote the views presented.

  2. Guest

    a_no_n, The british g'ment placed Iceland on the same list of terrorist when their banking system was collapsing so they could dispossess them of their property on English soil.........just saying, what was initially drawn up for use against terrorism, was eventually used against corporations, to protect the interest of its citizens, still outside the scope for the creation of the bill.

  3. Chris

    Amazing Documentary!

    1. Marshall

      I care not to watch this movie but have found alot of great info in the comments. America. After watching politics for over 45 years I can agree,this is not the America envisioned by the founders. the silenced masses has some great comments. My question is: what can we do about it so late in the game?

  4. a_no_n

    There truly is nothing more pathetic than a Yankee who thinks he's a slave.

    All this documentaries suggestions would do is create a massive power vacuum that would be eventually filled by either the Mafia or some sort of corporate entity.

    Do these people not see that the ones who fight the hardest for smaller government and no regulations are the richest people in society...does that not tell these people something?

    the very people that these ideas would help the most are the people who wouldn't think twice about actually turning your average american into a's turkeys voting for christmas!

    1. the silenced masses

      There truly is nothing more pathetic than a Yankee who thinks he's free

    2. a_no_n

      he says whilst enjoying the most lax gun control legislation in the developed west, paying the lowest amount of tax in his countries history etc etc etc.

    3. the silenced masses

      The American government has taken away so many basic constitutional rights pertaining to individual freedom that it is ridiculous anyone could try and make an argument that Americans are free, because they can own guns. America does not rank in the top forty countries for freedom of the press. Social inequality is the worst in the world. The American government has overthrown more democratically elected governments than any nation in history. The government is bought and paid for by corporate interests rendering America democracy meaningless. America is a plutocracy and individual freedom is an a badly maintained illusion

    4. a_no_n

      You think that American freedom only comes from Gun ownership?

      Whilst i don't disagree with the notion that American politics has been bought of by corporate interests, do you not see that the NRA and the industry it represents is a huge part of that? The NRA has one of the largest funded political lobby's in the entire world, it is a direct contributor to that problem.

      In England, we have a pretty much zero tolerance to Gun ownership, but if i wanted to, i could start now get myself licenced and own a shotgun or a rifle before the end of May, for less than a thousand pounds...

      Bearing all of that in mind, what freedom have you actually lost?

      (EDIT: after a second thought it would probably cost closer to £1500 because you have to buy and install a particular standard of gun safe...i hadn't considered that cost in my initial figure.)

    5. the silenced masses

      I'm not American, I'm Canadian, and we are in the same boat as the US and the UK. If you honestly have no idea what freedoms we have all collectively lost, than you have not been paying attention to the news for the last 14 years, and you must have no historical knowledge of your own rights and freedom or the right constitutional rights of Americans and Canadians.

      A quick internet search will open your eyes. There thousands of articles on this subject along with academic papers, books and documentaries. I'm sure you must be aware of the fact the the British people are the most watched people on the planet, with the more CC cameras than any other country.

      Take the time to learn what our governments are doing in the name of "national security"

    6. a_no_n

      So naming just one shouldn't be all that hard.

    7. the silenced masses

      It's amazing how lazy people are. You don't believe anything I say, and that's why I told you to spend a couple of minutes researching the subject for yourself, so you can read the facts with your own eyes. But instead, preferring to do everything you can to remain in denial, you ask me to tell you things that you will then promptly dismiss, because you don't believe me in the first place.



      • The Patriot Act broadly expands the official definition of

      terrorism, so that many domestic groups that engage in

      nonviolent civil disobedience could very well find themselves

      labeled as terrorists.

      • The Government may now prosecute librarians or keepers

      of any other records if they reveal that the government

      requested information on their clients or members in the

      course of an investigation. It has become a crime for these

      individuals to try to safeguard your privacy or to tell you

      that you are under investigation.


      • Government agents may now monitor the First Amendment-

      protected activities of religious and political institutions, and

      then infiltrate these groups with no suspicion of criminal

      activity. This is a return to domestic spying on law-abiding

      religious and political groups.

      • You may now be the subject of a government investigation

      simply because of the political, activist, or advocacy

      groups you are involved in, or the statements you make

      within these groups.



      • A U.S. Department of Justice directive actively encourages

      federal, state, and local officials to resist and/or limit access

      to government records through Freedom of Information Act

      (FOIA) requests.

      • The Government has conducted immigration hearings in

      secret behind closed doors. Such proceedings were once

      open to the public. Hundreds, if not thousands, of immigrants

      have already been deported in secret.



      • Law Enforcement authorities may now conduct secret searches and wiretaps in your home or office

      without showing “probable cause.” They need only to claim that intelligence gathering is “a significant

      purpose” of their intrusion, even when the primary goal is ordinary law enforcement. They may also

      monitor where and to whom you send and receive e-mail, or where you go on the Internet, recording

      every e-mail address and website you have been in contact with.

      • Law Enforcement may now demand any personal records held by any source including your doctor,

      employer, accountant, or library. All they have to do is claim that it is related to an investigation into

      “terrorism.” The record keepers may not reveal that your records were provided to the government.

      • Judicial oversight of secret searches has been effectively minimized. The Patriot Act directs judges to

      consent to secret searches based only on the Government’s assertion that a “significant” purpose of

      an investigation is gathering information related to “terrorism,” as the government defines it.



      • Americans can now be jailed without a formal charge & without the right to confront the witnesses or

      evidence against them. American citizens are now being held in military jails without charge and with-

      out a clear path of appeal for their indefinite confinement.

      • Hundreds of Arab, Muslim and South Asian men were rounded up in the Ashcroft raids following

      September 11, and held for weeks without charges until all were cleared of terrorism charges


      • Hundreds of U.S. residents have been detained for months at a time, and denied access to the advice

      and advocacy of an attorney. The Government may now monitor conversations between attorneys &

      clients in federal jails.

      • The Bush Administration filed papers in court that arguing that an American citizen held in a military

      jail without charge should be denied access to legal counsel because such access would interfere with

      the process of his interrogation.


      • The U.S. Government may now jail its residents and citizens indefinitely without charge & without a public trial.


      • The U.S. Government has taken into custody individuals they identify as “material witnesses,” trans-

      ported them across the country, and held them for months in solitary confinement without charge or

      contact with their family.

      • According to the Justice Department’s own Inspector General, immigrant men rounded up in the

      Ashcroft raids following September 11 and held in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, NY

      were subjected to a pattern of “physical and verbal abuse.”


      • Over 82,000 men from Arab, Muslim and South Asian countries registered with the Government

      under the Special Registration program. Over 13,000 are now in deportation proceedings. None

      have been charged with terrorism.

      Now take the time to research for yourself and learn about all the other rights people throughout the West have lost under the false pretense of "national security"

      And, no, it wasn't hard. So what's your excuse for not taking two minutes to do it yourself?

    8. a_no_n

      Ok cards on the table, that is a really good argument, and you do most certainly have a very good point, but dispite all of that, whilst these abuses of power certainly chip away at your rights, they don't actually take any of them away, you can still say whatever you want, meet with whoever you want, you can still request information, etc etc.

      I'm not saying that things as they stand are perfect...Gods no that's not what i'm saying. But there is a vast difference between an eroded right and one that's gone/

    9. the silenced masses

      You're problem is two-fold. First you don't understand the concept of constitutional freedoms, or, why they are important and how hard past generations fought for them. If you understood these things, you wouldn't be rationalizing the attack on our freedoms.

      Second, this is a gradual, on-going process that has been going on for fourteen years, and each year more rights are being taken away.

      Here in Canada our government is trying to pass the some of the most repressive laws in all of the "democratic" West. Under the new proposed laws protestors can been deemed terrorists, meaning many of their constitutionalists can be denied. Worse still, the new laws will make certain forms of torture legal. Hows that for "freedom"?

      Obviously you are unaware of the attacks on your own rights and freedoms in the UK and throughout the rest of the West. I would suggest you do some research, because it is only going to get worse.

    10. Rese

      Exactly! People think they have choices. The only liberties we were given are the ones they could charge for.

    11. Rese

      Not familiar with chattel slavery huh? What about the government not even having an actual law in effect to garnish income taxes from our pay? Doesn't bother you either? What about when the majority of the country voted for Gore but Bush won anyway? LOL! Nothing worst than a sheep that think he has freedom cause their are rows and rows of various foods in the market, but they are all owned by 3 corporations. Or you think the are all the gas stations, they are all owned by the same small group on people. You need to ask why you think it is fine to pay to live when the planet was created or appeared for free. Everyone thinks the same, and the tv push opinions that the majority regurgitate without even thinking. Going to war, terrorizing innocent people, cause a president lied is not freedom! Not to mention the US prison system that is a new form of slavery targeted towards minorities. We have the highest incarceration rate in the world. So if to you that is your idea of freedom, have that. I want change!

  5. Joshua Ford

    The music is too loud in this video. It should be notched down when compared to everything else in your future films. Interesting video!

  6. Vet

    This whole thing is pure sophistry...

    1. Guest

      Good luck with your mindless comment... Though you should consider the definition of sophistry, then you should consider the definition of fallacious, then, you should consider the complete basis of what you're calling their belief system. Next time, make a meaningful comment, one worthy of discussing something over...

    2. Vet

      you should consider the term "dead thread" this ancient history in terms of the internet. stated my opinion of the doc so move along nothing to see here troll

    3. Learning Daily

      Thats why you are abused Vet because of that dumb ass way of thinking SLAVE

    4. scott

      name calling is not the way to get people to listen to the other side, education is

  7. Greg R.

    Two minutes in and I knew this was one of those "throw it at the wall and see what sticks" documentaries. Calling a person a corporation is a huge leap beyond the function and definition of the word. I think it's been proven that an infant can neither sign it's own birth certificate or have the legal understanding required to make this a legally binding document in the manner that's presented to the viewer. So the premise that we inadvertently signed on is utter nonsense. And if we were corporations we wouldn't be treated like human beings; instead we'd be treated as corporations, which would make all forms of incarceration illegal. There's just too much wishful jumping here. Are we salves? We have created a society that requires money as a necessity of survival, so in that sense you could say we have the choice to be a slave that can choose their master, or we could become our own masters buy creating our own businesses.

  8. Kimberly Langille

    WOW that was just stating the obvious which anyone who is 16 and up knows were all working for the "machine " But ya got an E for effort,parts of it were interesting but I skipped through a lot of it too! Don't worry kids people r waking up on their own ,thats what 2012 was about, a shift in consiousness! Peace and God Bless !!

  9. Harry Nutzack

    12 minutes in, and i already need my rubber boots (excessive depth of flung manure). Ask Wesley Snipes how this "freeman/admiralty law" horse crap worked out for him. Buy into this con at your own peril

  10. Vexst Junglist

    i looked at it skipped through and decided i did wish to watch it................

  11. Gloria Newton

    Very interesting indeed.

  12. Vtech

    I call BS. You cannot sign your inalienable rights away. A signature is meaningless, and no one need account for signing anything, ever. If rights are taken away, they can only be taken away by force. That is the way of the world.

    1. Joshua Ford

      If only that were actually true but in this system there is more than meets the eye.

  13. sharise mathews

    Does anyone posting have a law degree? Can we really walk into court and declare no legal ties? Can we really drive without a licence and insurance?

    1. Jack1952

      You can do those things but I doubt it will work out that well. Wishful thinking. Try to tell the arresting officer that you don't need a driver's licence. I think he'd still write you up and impound your vehicle. You could try and stop him but I think that this could land you in jail. Try it and let us know how it worked out. It would be a great social experiment.

    2. scott

      I drive without a license and i've been pulled over and I have not been arrested. there IS a way to do this - its how you do it.

    3. a_no_n

      It's a pity you weren't arrested.

    4. Joshua Ford

      The answer to everything is yes, we can. However, would we be taken as seriously as we should be? That answer is clearly no.

    5. scott

      lawyers are PART of the system - they take an OATH before the BAR - swearing allegiance to the state - do you know the root of the word lawyer? they do not represent they RE - PRESENT you. thus they will NEVER tell the truth.

    6. a_no_n

      you can...but you'll go to jail...probably right after the judge jury and prosecution have finished laughing at you.

  14. Axel Brinck

    The subject is of my interesting, but the delivery is horrendous.

    I did not think it was that bad, but pretensions of artsiness and the overtly dramatic music made me quit after a few minutes in which the subject is not even broached.

    Not what I would expect TDF to highlight.


  15. Tim

    1:16 - Typo error in the title.

  16. xyz

    we all are slaves and prostitutes, whether u like it or not.... sad but true....

  17. Wayne Siemund

    A little something I found from my BBS days and placed on an old web page back in the late 90's.
    'Without Prejudice UCC 1-207' in connection with my signature indicates
    that I have reserved my Common Law Right not to be compelled to perform under contract that I did not enter into knowingly, voluntarily, and
    intentionally. And furthermore, I do not accept liability associated with
    the compelled benefit of any unrevealed contract or commercial
    The undersigned acknowledges his association among the national citizenry of the continental united states and a non-resident, alien to the federal united states.

    However, I never really was able to track down the origins and validity of this.

  18. Alexander Tash

    I've seen this doc before....Kymatica part 2?

  19. winston

    There are more people on earth enslaved today than ever before.
    And I dont mean this later-day neo-fuedalism to which the working classes are born into to pay off the debts of others, -what this doc seems to be about. Like the Treasury raiders who have more than doubled the US national Debt in a decade, but actual slaves.

    Our 'inalienable' rights are rapidly disappearing! From the PATRIOT ACT to the recent NDAA, which has removed the last vestige of guaranteed due process. This should terrify everyone but Americans have not even blinked! These laws are written to include Americans and have literally left us on a knife's edge subject to a whole host of laws that are rife with the potential for abuse. If history has taught us anything it is the 'absolute power corrupts absolutely' and so it is just a matter of time until they are horribly abused.

  20. Jeremy Benson

    I'd like to know why he's using the Baron's banking definition of certificate to a birth certificate when they have nothing to do with banking... here's a regular dictionary definition "An official document attesting a certain fact, in particular" - that certain fact would be birth.

  21. Elirush

    The guy at 24 minutes got towed, and he had to park his vehicle at his home. They didn't let him drive it away. The rest of the vid is on utube, it is cut from this documentary. The whole thing feels like cherry picked video...I have never seen the 'sovereign defense' used successfully. Even if the case is delayed or dismissed, they harass and fine the 'sovereign' anyway. The only answer is to have it fail, utterly and totally, and start over. Even the soft 'answers' are as corrupted as the minds of those who perpetuate the laws.

  22. dmxi

    has anyone ever considered that overt social disfunction will gather all ethnic crowds into the arms of any solution matter what

    solution is given?being sceptic is a given right...but acting scepticism endangers the stranglehold of the righteousness of authority which is no longer detectable.............eerie times we live in!

    1. a_no_n

      cool story bro

  23. Martin

    Yep. The creator makes so many logical leaps that I feel like HE's trying to pull a rug over my eyes. I know that societies are repressive, but not like he makes it out to be. Why do low-skill documentary makers have to include gratuitous scenes from popular movies, anyways? Probably 50% of the film.

    1. aam641

      I agree with you there. A short 15 minute film where the author presents his most important ideas would be a lot more convincing than 84 minutes of bad music and worse editing.

  24. William Dais

    The music is so damned annoying and oppressive and overly dramatic, I couldn't take this film.