posted on Feb, 27 2017 @ 01:31 PM
I just wonder how many can call themselves free, i like to use the parables of gypsy tales, and i will in fact use gypsies as a parable from now on to
rely imply what freedoms means for the majority of people and a single individual who is glorified.
Most of people dont understand the simple word of freedom, for most people it means doing choices of greed, and cloud it in ideals without a moral
responsibility that follows, soulless creatures would be more likely the right term.
I know that most people would not know what to do with freedom if it was offered, yet some think its a God given grant, by state or institution.
Ive seen the stereotypes people place on the Gypsy culture, they steal, they kill, they murder, they rape, well according to the stories they are a
crime to society and shouldnt be allowed to breed.
This is what freedom means, the wandering jew and no place in Gods Kingdom.
Or you want to see another Culture without the boundaries of modern society, but i guess most of you wouldnt choose to be Amish, or am i wrong? No,
its the modern hypocrisy that places things very wrong.
Walls, rules and boundaries are only meant for the sheep, i want the privileges,my birthright gives me that right, is all that you can hear from left
and right, but back to the gypsy story.
Being free, means picking the garbage, the waste of society, sleeping out in the cold wilderness, no medical care, nothing. But being free is
important isnt it, especially for those who never knew what freedom means if it isnt in a fairy- tale.
Farming on a Warlords land without taxation means surely a crime and a piece of paper means its your land? The Warlord will most likely think
I could say it as simple as a dormleade in a hallway, and his/her simple watch dog that does a simple biding for keeping things in places, where
freedom is taken for granted.
Freedom offers very little to those who never lived outside Gods Kingdom