There pervades today, a disturbing zealotry with which the sociopolitical culture has imagined for itself a prerogative to divest the individual of his rightful sovereignty and discretion, and to foist upon him an often-arbitrary excess of compulsions and impositions. What seems to be emerging in contemporary life is a mentality that could be described as a sociomaniacal cult. The world is presently marked by an ever-increasing bias toward extending unduly-and often illegitimately-a superfluity of external authorities over the individual.
With astonishing insolence and arrogance, the illuminati establishment presumes to righteously dispossess individuals of their sovereignty, and to coerce them according to its particular vision of moral rectitude. The individual per se is being destroyed-swallowed up by an obsessive ideology of obligatory symbiotic unity. The nexus of authority has become so bastardized by the operation of the sociomaniac's delusional confidence in particular utopian collective visions that little remains of individual man. What does remain is the social automaton: the docile dependent of a paternalistic, illuminati ruling-class, which assumes exclusively for itself the functions of cognition and volition, and the privileged status as 'Homo-Sapien zookeeper.'
The Last Individual reflects upon this theme of compulsory hyper-sociality through a collection of ruminations and ponderings involving the individual, his sovereignty, and his relationship to the world around him. It also considers the underlying componentry of ideological perspectives in general since the soundness of any ideological outlook depends on the foundation of assumptions supporting it.
The material herein represents an ideological collage intended to induce or facilitate the meandering of the reader's mind through the complex of issues relating to the tensions between individual voluntaryism and communal coercivism.