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Quotes From Other Folks Vol. 2

Quotes From Other Folks
Presenting Vol. 2 of the latest crop of quotes harvested from free range Internet denizens on Facebook, Twitter, blogs and the jungle of Social Media. From the Righteous to the Ridiculous, Insightful to Insane, Visionary to Myopic and Genius to Jerk, prepare to be appalled, amazed and amused. You might even see one of yours….!

Quote of the Week:
You cannot believe that, "all men are created equal" and support the State. The State creates two classes, by definition: Rulers, and Serfs. Whether the rulers are appointed, elected, usurp or inherit their powers is irrelevant. Their power is illegitimate.
Anon Y. Mous

And these…
Have a peaceful protest and you are conspiring against the US. Try to protect your property and you're a What this is essentially accomplishing is the insertion of the government as the “primary” influence with early childhood programs and schools with parents being “given” an equal station. This is the plan whereby the government will intervene should parents fail to meet standards set by the government. It gives the “state” a way to constantly monitor children, parents and parenting, and development at school and at home, meaning the state will make “home visits” as part of the plan.and burn your neighborhood you're just expressing your grievances.
Rene Oberer Facebook

Able bodied people must work for their food and shelter rather than insisting that a government point their guns at their neighbors, demanding that their neighbors pay for them to sit on their asses.
Comment page – Zero Hedge

The Huffington Post needs to recognize that one of the primary reasons Trump is even a consideration at this point is because the American people are sick and tired of EVERYTHING and EVERYONE being called a “racist”, “sexist”, and “xenophobic”. The left classifies all their political opposition this way. It’s what you do when you can’t make a legitimate argument for your position
Comment page – The Blaze

"Well, first of all, the Federal Reserve is an independent agency, and that means, basically, that there is no other agency of government which can overrule actions that we take. So long as that is in place and there is no evidence that the administration or the Congress or anybody else is requesting that we do things other than what we think is the appropriate thing, then what the relationships are don't, frankly, matter.”  -Alan Greenspan (2007) 
I guess that about covers it. According to Greenspan, the Fed is above the law. All that's left as an effective tool against this tyranny are the guillotines.                                            AlaricBalth - Zero Hedge Comments

"An exercise in critical thinking. I dare you to set aside your beliefs and preconceived notions as it pertains to government...and give this a moment to sit.
Self governance and self responsibility based upon natural law is hardly inaction. The political system is broken beyond repair. The only solution is to throw the whole thing out. Look up the etymology of government. It translates to "control the mind". I and many others like me are no longer willing to succumb to such wide spread all encompassing illusions of control. People choose to be governed by their own very consent. Take away the consent and there is no government." 

Un Known - Facebook (under a picture of Rothschild and Rockefeller)


You make a field goal kicking Charlie Brown look like a genius!
Anony Mous

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