posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 04:24 PM
reply to post by liquidsmoke206
As William Wallace would say in Braveheart "Would you give away your God given right for something better, just so you can bow down to Longshanks?
(The british king)" Or something along those lines.
Or better yet:
"Stay and you may die, leave, and you may live, but in all those years, when you're at your deathbed, will you not regret it, will you not wish that
you would have taken that one chance, once chance to tell the british, that they may take our lives, but they'll never take, our freedom"
There's more to life than money and "living a comfortable life" and that is what you're missing. Longshanks did exactly what you're talking
about, he bought off the scottish nobles so they can live a comfortable life, in the meanwhile he would also rule the scotts however the british crown
saw fit, whether they liked it or not, and if they dissented, they were called "terrorists" for not following the british "law"
I guess what I'm trying to say is, just because they're doing it (the bankers and the puppets) and they declare it to be "law" doesn't mean its
right and you know it. If they're not removed, they WILL take your land, your home, everything that you "own" in the name of the "law" so they
can feed their ego and their need for power. You are a slave right now, you may not know it, you may not think it, but you are, you are their slave
and they're milking you for all your worth in the meanwhile, they're giving you the scraps from their table, giving you just enough to stop you from
rebelling is that what you wish from your life? Do you not wish... as Wallace said in Braveheart "For your god given right for something better"?