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9 responses to “Heresy

  1. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  2. Yeah, that sounds good and all, but I want my free shit.

  3. You want old America? Then you have to live like they did: take care of your old, sick, and retarded.
    What about those who have no one?
    Ah, glad you asked: that’s where your tithe or the ten percent of your income you donate at Church goes.
    You mean I have to pay taxes again?
    No, it’s voluntary, we’ll just look down on you if you don’t pay.
    Because it show you are a moocher who think you can have something, in this case a good society, without paying for it. Now admit it: that’s IS what you were thinking, isn’t it?

    The Moral? That which the people don’t do for themselves will be done by the Government. What? You want no one to do it? Ah, that’s the urban India of endless bodies laying on the street. You don’t want that? But that’s what you get whether you want it or not. As the Ancient Greeks said, Take what you want but pay the price. If no one pays for what needs to be done then it wont get done.

    • “…That which the people don’t do for themselves will be done by the Government…”

      And what YOU are talking about is BEYOND the charter for government. At least this one. Right there in black and white too.

      Shut your filthy hole.

    • None would act as tyrant, so the government was forced to action? Obviously voluntarism is an unfamiliar concept to some.

      Perhaps “endless bodies laying on the street” is a reflection of hindu/buddhist/muslim and other assorted pagan cults.

      The phrase “decent Christian burial” springs to mind.

  4. This is an answer to the question:

    And then what?

    This guide is for the serious Patriot(s) who are willing to actually do something.. Set-up a new system so it is up and running when Fusa collapses. It’s well underway here in MICHIGAN. I’ve seen it in action.

    • Did you use your “shit-stained rag” speech as an icebreaker?

      If not, give it a whirl next meeting.

  5. “Without justice there is Just Us”

    Helping and lending a hand is inherent in most of us.
    When a loved one/friend is in need, we tend to help without
    asking for anything in return, yes, and even strangers in
    our midst, provided we know it will make stronger, NOT weaker.

    It is in us from generation to generation, in our hearts, minds
    and souls. No one, no thing, can take that away, for it is embedded
    in our beings, for “there is no greater love…”

    Of course there are those whom do not see it that way, but that
    is their dis-ability, a matter of trust.

    Casting ones bread upon the waters and hoping is comes back
    accomplishes amazing miracles – “The Kingdom of God is
    At Hand” – That’s right – at hand; your hands, my hands etc.

    “Every man to his family and his belongings”

  6. Steve Kristmann

    Hi tfA-t,

    Just looked it over and have to say that unfortunately it doesn’t get us any closer to being free as it still supports the idea that ‘there should be a gov/authority…people can’t be free/function without it’.

    I call bullshit on that.

    Larken Rose: Government is an Illusion

    Larken Rose: The most powerful RELIGION is GOVERNMENT

    Larken Rose – But Who Will Build The Roads?

    Larken Rose: Why Voluntary Society is Preferable

    If YOU Were King – Larken Rose

    If folks in Michigan want to exchange one set of mental slavery chains for another, that’s their prerogative. I see gov/authority for what it is and always has been, a putrid destructive superstition that has enslaved and murdered untold numbers of people throughout history.

    Nope, not buying it or drinking the ‘gov/authority’ kool aid.

    You are totally right about cops and the parasites they serve and their enablers..definitely agree on that!

    Yours In Liberty w/o being enslaved to the ‘most dangerous superstition’!
    NorthGunner III