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Thread: Patriotism - or is it?
06-06-2007, 10:35 PM #1
Patriotism - or is it?
Here is the man that ought to be the next president of the United
States. His chances are less than that of Madonna's virginity being intact.
This article is a bombshell; leftists and Neocons alike will scream.
"Statism depends on the idea that the government owns us and citizens must obey. Confiscating the fruits of our labor through the income tax is crucial to the health of the state. The draft, or even the mere existence of the selective service, emphasizes that we will march off to war at the state’s pleasure. A free society rejects all notions of involuntary servitude whether by draft or the confiscation of the fruits of our labor through the personal income tax.
A more sophisticated and less well known technique for enhancing the state is the manipulation and transfer of wealth through the fiat monetary system operated by the secretive Federal Reserve. Protestors against this unconstitutional system of paper money are considered unpatriotic criminals and at times are imprisoned for their beliefs. The fact that, according to the Constitution, only gold and silver are legal tender and paper money is outlawed, matters little. The principle of patriotism is turned on its head."ENFORCE THE 1ST AMENDMENT WITH THE SECOND, NEVER DISARM