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In 1776 it was the Preachers and Priests who preached Liberty

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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 05:04 PM
In the American Revolution it was the preachers and priests who preached liberty and freedom from opression and government intrusion and most of all that resistance was holy, it may be happening again.
The administration has issued a requierment that FORCES Catholic hospitals to offer employees health coverage that must offer conception, sterilization, and abortion inducing pills, violating catholic teachings and doctrine.
I am making NO comment as to the Catholic faith or its teachings, the fact that there is no exception for Religious insitutions is deliberate and is forcing the hand of 25% of the population of the United States. Will the catholic church violate its teachings and beliefs and fall in line with the government making them totaly complisite or stand for what they beleive and legaly resist what is a direct violation of the Constitution, not that these government "people" care.
One could almost make the legal case that the Government is attempting to create a religion of its own, of itself, by itself, worshoping itself forcing all other religions to comply to its doctrines.
This was intentional meant to divide and conquer, now the pulpit will be used to encourage those who will not comply, just as it begun 240 years ago.

The Letter to Parishes
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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 05:51 PM
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Anyway some true Christian Radicals are still fighting for true liberty nowadays... even from within the depth of the U.S. of AmeriKKKa.


“The real transformation of society will come only in love, in work, and in stillness.” – Gustav Landauer, 1907

For two centuries, anarchism has been a dynamic conversation centered around the nature of freedom and authority, the roots of domination, practices of decentralization and organization from below, the relationship between means and ends, and visions of what an alternative to authoritarian society might look like.

Source : [Jesus Radicals] A Contemplative Anarchism: Re-Introducing Gustav Landauer, Eric Anglada, January 16, 2012.

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