Thursday, December 18, 2014

Revolution!!!


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  1. Water the Tree of Liberty or Hang Them From It !!

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  2. Much has changed in America since the time of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States. Jefferson, like the other 54 men who signed the 1776 Declaration of Independence...was a man of his time, a time in which intrepid white men, at great risk to themselves...wrested a wild, untamed continent into submission. Even then, though, the crafty JEW lurked in the shadows, poised to pounce, awaiting his chance to debase, then conquer, the nascent continent and her white European founding stock. Being ardent scholars of the Christian Bible, the founders of the greatest society ever to grace the earth knew very well the evil, all-consuming nature of the Scions of Satan and their ancient quest to destroy all things good, decent and pure. Evil is as evil does, and Satan's JEWS are evil incarnate, and, like their Master the Devil...the ultimate destroyers of mankind. The JEW, the JEW...the hell sent JEW...

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  3. "An unjust law is no law at all, and need not be obeyed." St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Augustine

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  4. A few thoughts on law and government by world famous men: "The more corrupt the State the more numerous the laws." Tacitus, Roman philosopher ca. A.D. 117 "Government is not eloquence; it is not reason. It is power. like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearsome master." George Washington. "The Tree of Liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson. "Government at its best is a necessary evil. At its worst an intolerable one." Thomas Paine. "That government governs best that governs least." Thomas Jefferson. "A nation that would be ignorant and free expects something that can never be." Thomas Jefferson. "There are some injuries that Nature cannot forgive. She would cease to be Nature if she could." Thomas Paine. "To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men." Abraham Lincoln. "Upon the altar of God I have sworn eternal hostility toward any form of tyranny over the mind of man." Thomas Jefferson. "There is not a truth existing which I fear...or would wish unknown to the whole world." Thomas Jefferson. "Loyalty { to government } springs from love of good government, not from fear of a bad one." Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. Black...1960. Last, and of course least, my own observation on the proper role of government: "Government was ordained by God Himself to be the servant of the people, not their master." David Carothers.

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