reply to post by thesneakiod
No... I ugh, don't believe in the matrix. I believe, we ARE living in a matrix of our own creation, in which we accept everything we are told at face
value, including what "freedom" we are told that we have.
What I preach is true freedom, as I stated many times in this topic but I can see how some of the arguers might have you believe otherwise. I just
want people to think for themselves and not follow the media and those in government blindly. That is all that I "believe" in.
reply to post by freecitizen
I appreciate anyone who shares sympathy in my claims. However, I feel more for your as my struggle has not gone to the courts just yet. That is a ball
game I'd rather not play. The winner is predetermined anyway.
I appreciate your words and I too believe in karma, which is why I believe that eventually our struggle will lead us to the winning side. Best of luck
in your life as well.
reply to post by goosebrain
remember, if you weren't serving the Truth....you'd be pedaling Crap
Thanks for the post and that quote. I like the sound of that one.
Peace be with you as well.
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
As I stated before... multiple times. I want freedom for all men and women, worldwide. However, I was born and raised in America. America is a country
based on freedom, one of the few that has ever experienced TRUE freedom and that is because it has a foundation to do so.
I was freedom for all men, but even if I somehow magically change this country, I can't change the world myself. Look at history, it is the actions
of great men that inspire people to want the change for THEMSELVES. Look how many people, envious of the freedoms fought for in the American
Revolution went on to fight for their own independence. As much as I would like to help people, I can only help them so far and THAT is the point of
You don't mean any harm to anyone??? LOL. All this started because YOU said teh ONLY option left is a VIOLENT REVOLUTION. But somehow you are saying
that VIOLENT REVOLUTION won't harm anyone. LOL.
Violent revolution, yes. However, violence does not necessarily mean hurting of people. This seems to be something that people don't understand.
Violence against a symbol is just as effective. As long as recklessness and hastiness do not play a factor, the destruction of a symbol can speak for
a million words.
However, this violence your speak of, I DON'T want it. I see it as inevitable. There will come a day in the not too distant future, and you can take
my word for this, when the people are going to march on Washington. They are going to demand that those in power step down and they relinquish their
power back to the Constitution and the people. Those in power are going to have a choice of three options -
1. They will step away and no violence will ensue. Not going to happen.
2. They will allow us to forcefully remove them from their positions with minimal violence. Very unlikely.
3. They will sic their dogs on us for their protection. Thus, it is through them that violence will ensue. They will have brought the fire to the
surface not us.
You can complain that "we the people" do not have the right to oust "elected officials" from power, however we who have chosen to take notice of
their transgressions will be able to provide a long list of unconstitutional activities and in some cases, treason.
So I will leave you to your fantasy world where you worship the founding fathers like they were gods and that their thinking is relevant in modern day
And I will leave you to your world where apparently thought can become irrelevant. Perhaps that is the reason you fail to see anything I am pointing
out to you.
It takes thinking of great men today to include the thoughts of the founding fathers into their ideas of modernization. To ignore their existence is
to ignore history itself.
I know you really dislike taxes
I don't dislike taxes. I dislike the current tax system that is corrupt and so wildly intangible that no single soul would be able to translate it. I
am not so naive as to think that a country can run without taxes, especially on a world economy.
If he would just list out his core beliefs in a detailed manner...people wouldn't be so confused by his rants.
YOU STILL DON'T GET IT? I don't want you to care about my beliefs. My beliefs are my own. To YOU my beliefs are irrelevant. Just like to me, your
beliefs are irrelevant. They are yours, mine our mine. I'm not going to judge you based on yours, just as I do not want people to judge me based on
I believe in freedom for all men. Which means you don't have to agree with me and my beliefs to want to follow my cause. You need only to believe in
YOUR OWN. I could list all my "left wing" and "right wing" ideals out for you, I can list my beliefs on abortion or gay marriage or some other
useless topic, but I can probably guarantee that you, much like me, wouldn't care.
Which is the beauty of my "long winded speeches" about freedom and liberty, because THAT IS MY BELIEF. Nothing more, nothing less. I belief that
each man should be able to belief what they want, and it should not be FORCED upon another man.
In terms of our government under the Constitution, it isn't a means of controlling what people do, it is a matter of giving people a sibilance of
ORDER so that they can continue to do what they wish, and believe what they believe.
My beliefs are my own. They aren't yours to understand. My ideals are what you should be looking at because it is through my ideals that my beliefs
are based. Freedom and liberty are my ideals. Therefore freedom and liberty are my BELIEFS!
If you can't understand this, then you never will. You will instead continue to judge man off of whether they are the same as you or different and
that has never produced anything worthwhile.