• gees I didn't think it was possible but waters is more crazier than pelosi
    maxine-waters-turns-on-president-biden-she-just-claimed-his-administrations-border-action-is-worse-than-slavery
    I think your grand- parents would say different
    https://www.redpapernews.com/maxine-waters-turns-on-president-biden-she-just-claimed-his-administrations-border-action-is-worse-than-slavery/
    gees I didn't think it was possible but waters is more crazier than pelosi maxine-waters-turns-on-president-biden-she-just-claimed-his-administrations-border-action-is-worse-than-slavery I think your grand- parents would say different https://www.redpapernews.com/maxine-waters-turns-on-president-biden-she-just-claimed-his-administrations-border-action-is-worse-than-slavery/
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  • KEITH VAZ --- EMBROILED IN RENT BOYS, DRUGS, BULLYING AND TURNING A BLIND EYE TO SLAVERY IN HIS OWN CONSTITUENCY .......... SO WHY IS THIS MAN STILL ASSOCIATED WITH THE BRITISH LABOUR PARTY?
    https://youtu.be/q0Hvil19oJw
    KEITH VAZ --- EMBROILED IN RENT BOYS, DRUGS, BULLYING AND TURNING A BLIND EYE TO SLAVERY IN HIS OWN CONSTITUENCY .......... SO WHY IS THIS MAN STILL ASSOCIATED WITH THE BRITISH LABOUR PARTY? https://youtu.be/q0Hvil19oJw
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  • https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/09/22/maxine-waters-border-patrol-apprehending-haitian-migrants-worse-than-slavery/
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/09/22/maxine-waters-border-patrol-apprehending-haitian-migrants-worse-than-slavery/
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  • 1<10
    Left < Right
    N Korea < S Korea
    Socialism < capitalism
    Slavery < freedom
    1<10 Left < Right N Korea < S Korea Socialism < capitalism Slavery < freedom
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  • From My Cuz. Good morning friends ☕️☀️, I am proud to be an American how about you? The abundance of lies and intentional misinformation that’s being taught in today’s educational system is totally fraudulent and disgusting!! Our Country was undeniably founded upon Judeo-Christian values, not genocide, slavery and racism, as is being perpetrated as truth. It’s been said that if you repeat a lie often enough, it soon becomes true, and that’s what educators have been doing in our public schools for decades!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fhPg67QHHA&ab_channel=RealLifewithJackHibbs
    From My Cuz. Good morning friends ☕️☀️, I am proud to be an American how about you? The abundance of lies and intentional misinformation that’s being taught in today’s educational system is totally fraudulent and disgusting!! Our Country was undeniably founded upon Judeo-Christian values, not genocide, slavery and racism, as is being perpetrated as truth. It’s been said that if you repeat a lie often enough, it soon becomes true, and that’s what educators have been doing in our public schools for decades! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fhPg67QHHA&ab_channel=RealLifewithJackHibbs
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  • There's a lot of people out there who suggest that healthcare is a 'right.' I also find it interesting that many of the people who believe that, are also people who are readily willing to surrender certain rights as soon as keeping that right appears difficult or carries any sort of risk along with it.
    I think that people who believe that healthcare is a 'right,' don't really understand what a 'right' is to begin with.
    People believe that a 'right' is something that a government can give to you, or take away from you arbitrarily as circumstances would determine... That is not a 'right,' that is a rule, or a 'policy.'
    A right is not something that is decided by governments. A right is decided by our very nature as humans, and cannot be mandated, leglislated, or abolished by anyone, as no one on earth has the 'right' to assign ot remove rights arbitrarily.
    The founders of this country understood this, and so when they approached the concept of 'rights,' they did so from the perspective that rights are 'god given,' and are not a list of privlages that are given to you by the government, but a list of basic fundamental expressions of life which a government cannot take away.
    Rights are not a 'societal construct,' but the expression of each individual's ability to think and choose for themselves, and to express themselves freely. In other words, rights are not a list of things that the government, or a society decides that you are allowed to do, but a list of things that the government, or society, is not allowed to interfere with or dictate to anyone on an individual level.
    To criticize idividualism is to criticize rights, because the concept of 'rights,' only exists, or has any real relevance on the plane of the individual.
    Rights apply to the individual, and end as soon as the practicing of one's rights begins to infringe on another's rights. Therefore, no one has the 'right' to anything which must be provided by another person for them, as to view the benefits or sacrifices of someone elses hard work as something which you have a 'right' to, is exactly what slavery is.
    The civil war was fought because there were people who believed that they had the 'right' to force others to work for them, and that they were entitled to the benefits of hard work and labor of others. Clearly, such a thing is flawed, as it does not consider the rights of those who have been enslaved. It is the perversion of the very concept of 'rights,' and once again is more akin to manmade 'rules,' that have NOTHING to do with rights.
    Now, when we understand what rights are, and we apply it to something like healthcare, which relies on the hard work and expertise of highly dedicated, educated and trained individuals, we clearly see that healthcare is not a 'right,' healthcare is a service.
    We absolutely should live in a world where such services are available to anyone who needs it, however, there are realities and limitations to the world we live in which we must account for. Sometimes, the world we live in is not ideal. That's life, and we must be observant of and respect the conditions of reality if we ever hope to actually adapt to it and create a way of functioning within it.
    To say that healthcare is a 'right,' then demand that such a 'right' be provided and maintained by a government whos constantly sought to take rights away from people is not an answer worth considering. If we look at how governments behave towards human rights, assume that healthcare is a right, then charge the government with the role of arbitrating the creation and distribution of that right, in essence, you are advocating for the abolishment of every medical professional's rights, as well as every patient's right to decide on what sort of healthcare that they wish to seek for themselves when needed.
    When we look at it from this perspective, it makes sense now why many who would support the idea that healthcare is a 'right' to be given by a government that makes broad medical decisions and forces everyone into it, instead of the idea that medical care is best practiced by doctors on an individual doctor/patient basis, are the same collectivist types who advocate the removal of your rights in favor of protecting the establishment.
    They are the same people who suggest that you no longer have the right to healthcare if you don't comply with their mandates.
    These are people who have no understanding of government, of healthcare, of human individuality, and ESPECIALLY no understanding of the meaning of the word, 'rights.'
    People who don't even know what rights are in the first place, have no right to authoritatively tell anyone else anything about rights.
    Anyone who infringes en mass on the rights of the individual should simply practice 'their right to remain silent.'
    There's a lot of people out there who suggest that healthcare is a 'right.' I also find it interesting that many of the people who believe that, are also people who are readily willing to surrender certain rights as soon as keeping that right appears difficult or carries any sort of risk along with it. I think that people who believe that healthcare is a 'right,' don't really understand what a 'right' is to begin with. People believe that a 'right' is something that a government can give to you, or take away from you arbitrarily as circumstances would determine... That is not a 'right,' that is a rule, or a 'policy.' A right is not something that is decided by governments. A right is decided by our very nature as humans, and cannot be mandated, leglislated, or abolished by anyone, as no one on earth has the 'right' to assign ot remove rights arbitrarily. The founders of this country understood this, and so when they approached the concept of 'rights,' they did so from the perspective that rights are 'god given,' and are not a list of privlages that are given to you by the government, but a list of basic fundamental expressions of life which a government cannot take away. Rights are not a 'societal construct,' but the expression of each individual's ability to think and choose for themselves, and to express themselves freely. In other words, rights are not a list of things that the government, or a society decides that you are allowed to do, but a list of things that the government, or society, is not allowed to interfere with or dictate to anyone on an individual level. To criticize idividualism is to criticize rights, because the concept of 'rights,' only exists, or has any real relevance on the plane of the individual. Rights apply to the individual, and end as soon as the practicing of one's rights begins to infringe on another's rights. Therefore, no one has the 'right' to anything which must be provided by another person for them, as to view the benefits or sacrifices of someone elses hard work as something which you have a 'right' to, is exactly what slavery is. The civil war was fought because there were people who believed that they had the 'right' to force others to work for them, and that they were entitled to the benefits of hard work and labor of others. Clearly, such a thing is flawed, as it does not consider the rights of those who have been enslaved. It is the perversion of the very concept of 'rights,' and once again is more akin to manmade 'rules,' that have NOTHING to do with rights. Now, when we understand what rights are, and we apply it to something like healthcare, which relies on the hard work and expertise of highly dedicated, educated and trained individuals, we clearly see that healthcare is not a 'right,' healthcare is a service. We absolutely should live in a world where such services are available to anyone who needs it, however, there are realities and limitations to the world we live in which we must account for. Sometimes, the world we live in is not ideal. That's life, and we must be observant of and respect the conditions of reality if we ever hope to actually adapt to it and create a way of functioning within it. To say that healthcare is a 'right,' then demand that such a 'right' be provided and maintained by a government whos constantly sought to take rights away from people is not an answer worth considering. If we look at how governments behave towards human rights, assume that healthcare is a right, then charge the government with the role of arbitrating the creation and distribution of that right, in essence, you are advocating for the abolishment of every medical professional's rights, as well as every patient's right to decide on what sort of healthcare that they wish to seek for themselves when needed. When we look at it from this perspective, it makes sense now why many who would support the idea that healthcare is a 'right' to be given by a government that makes broad medical decisions and forces everyone into it, instead of the idea that medical care is best practiced by doctors on an individual doctor/patient basis, are the same collectivist types who advocate the removal of your rights in favor of protecting the establishment. They are the same people who suggest that you no longer have the right to healthcare if you don't comply with their mandates. These are people who have no understanding of government, of healthcare, of human individuality, and ESPECIALLY no understanding of the meaning of the word, 'rights.' People who don't even know what rights are in the first place, have no right to authoritatively tell anyone else anything about rights. Anyone who infringes en mass on the rights of the individual should simply practice 'their right to remain silent.'
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  • Imagine how many things in Europe were sourced partly thru slavery:

    Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the wood used to make the British golden carriage used at coronations. What about the royal jewels -- certainly mined centuries ago by African slaves How about historic costumes made of cotton from slave labor. Shouldn't those be burned? What about the stone used to make the Vatican, Colliseum, Parthenon.

    Time to turn it all to dust per the woke slavery initiative to erase history.
    Imagine how many things in Europe were sourced partly thru slavery: Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the wood used to make the British golden carriage used at coronations. What about the royal jewels -- certainly mined centuries ago by African slaves How about historic costumes made of cotton from slave labor. Shouldn't those be burned? What about the stone used to make the Vatican, Colliseum, Parthenon. Time to turn it all to dust per the woke slavery initiative to erase history.
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  • Robert E Lee was married to George Washington's granddaughter. He worked with Grant during the Mexican-American war and became a decorated war hero defending this country. He believed slavery was a great evil and his wife broke the law by teaching slaves to read and write. After the civil war, he worked with Andrew Johnson's program of reconstruction. He became very popular with the northern states and the Barracks at West Point were named in his honor in 1962. He was a great man who served this country his entire life in some form or other. His memorial is now being called a blight. No American military veteran should be treated as such. People keep yelling, "You can't change history." Sadly you can. This is no better than book burnings. ISIS tried rewriting history by destroying historical artifacts. Is that really who we want to emulate? As they tear down this "blight," keep these few historical facts in your mind. No military veteran and highly decorated war hero should ever be treated as such. This is not Iraq and that is not a statue of Sadam.

    IN ADDITION: Lee was also very torn about the prospect of the South leaving the Union. His wife's grandfather, George Washington, was a huge influence on him. He believed that ultimately, states' rights trumped the federal government and chose to lead the Southern army. His estate, Arlington, near Washington DC, was his home and while away fighting the war, the federal government demanded that Lee himself pay his taxes in person. He sent his wife but the money was not accepted from a woman. When he could not pay the taxes, the government began burying dead Union soldiers on his land. The government is still burying people there today. It is now called Arlington National Cemetery . DO THEY WANT TO TEAR THAT UP ALSO??
    Robert E Lee was married to George Washington's granddaughter. He worked with Grant during the Mexican-American war and became a decorated war hero defending this country. He believed slavery was a great evil and his wife broke the law by teaching slaves to read and write. After the civil war, he worked with Andrew Johnson's program of reconstruction. He became very popular with the northern states and the Barracks at West Point were named in his honor in 1962. He was a great man who served this country his entire life in some form or other. His memorial is now being called a blight. No American military veteran should be treated as such. People keep yelling, "You can't change history." Sadly you can. This is no better than book burnings. ISIS tried rewriting history by destroying historical artifacts. Is that really who we want to emulate? As they tear down this "blight," keep these few historical facts in your mind. No military veteran and highly decorated war hero should ever be treated as such. This is not Iraq and that is not a statue of Sadam. IN ADDITION: Lee was also very torn about the prospect of the South leaving the Union. His wife's grandfather, George Washington, was a huge influence on him. He believed that ultimately, states' rights trumped the federal government and chose to lead the Southern army. His estate, Arlington, near Washington DC, was his home and while away fighting the war, the federal government demanded that Lee himself pay his taxes in person. He sent his wife but the money was not accepted from a woman. When he could not pay the taxes, the government began burying dead Union soldiers on his land. The government is still burying people there today. It is now called Arlington National Cemetery . DO THEY WANT TO TEAR THAT UP ALSO??
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  • JUNE 5, 1909: THE DAY BRITISH & AMERICAN PILGRIMS SOCIETY SLAVERY-DEMONS FORMALLY BEGAN THE TAKEOVER OF ALL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIFE GLOBALLY
    by Our Spirit
    CONTRIBUTING WRITERS |OPINION | AMERICANS FOR INNOVATION | SEP. 10, 2021 | PDF | http://HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/FMEE3368
    JUNE 5, 1909: THE DAY BRITISH & AMERICAN PILGRIMS SOCIETY SLAVERY-DEMONS FORMALLY BEGAN THE TAKEOVER OF ALL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIFE GLOBALLY by Our Spirit CONTRIBUTING WRITERS |OPINION | AMERICANS FOR INNOVATION | SEP. 10, 2021 | PDF | http://HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/FMEE3368
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  • https://aim4truth.org/2021/09/10/june-5-1909-the-day-british-american-pilgrims-society-slavery-demons-formally-began-the-takeover-of-all-public-and-private-life-globally/
    https://aim4truth.org/2021/09/10/june-5-1909-the-day-british-american-pilgrims-society-slavery-demons-formally-began-the-takeover-of-all-public-and-private-life-globally/
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