posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 04:43 PM
I have to admit this gets my back up.. Not having a dig at you op, simply that the name in and of itself is a distraction.
The Anglo-Saxons have been subjugated since the Norman invasion in 1066, hence the phrase still used in my neck of the woods of the Norman Yoke to
describe the oppression by the elite.
The Anglo-Saxon society was one where women could get a divorce and receive 50% of family property alongside many other laws and rights that took
nearly 1,000 years to reclaim back from the elite.. rights the elite are again trying to erode.
Those Anglo-Saxons (in my neck of the woods at least) have stood up to the tyrany of the elite since those early days, the likes of John Ball spring
to mind.. and more recently protesting the plight of native Americans at the hands of the white man in 1800s, and protesting the plight of the Zulus
at the hand of our over Gov in the 1900s.. while locally the expression liberty in chains represents the plight of the blacks..
Those men and women, then and now are not the racist, warmongers that keeps being presented in the media and from the elite.. The elite have nothing
to do with the Anglo-Saxons and are simply using the name to further distract everyone from who they are.. above all things, they are not
[edit on 27/4/10 by thoughtsfull]