26 May, 2016


Posted by Socrates in Big Brother, Big Government, freedom, quotations, Socrates at 7:04 pm | Permanent Link

“We were almost free then. What the hell happened?” — paraphrasing a quote I saw on the internet about the 1970s vs. today.

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  7. 4 Responses to “Quote”

    1. Mark Says:

      Little Miss Goy
      Sat on a tuffet,
      Eating her curds and whey;
      Along came big Jew
      Who sat down beside her
      And frightened Miss Goy away.

    2. Socrates Says:

      Heh, heh. Mark, a person could have a lot of fun re-writing the lyrics to rock-n-roll songs to fit the WN worldview — such as the song “Don’t Do Me Like That” by Tom Petty. Heh, heh.

    3. Antagonistes Says:

      Nowadays, naked women are performing Shakespeare in public parks.

      I suppose that is freedom? It is beautiful, in many ways.

      The body-paintings on some of the women are first-rate, very well done.

      And I applaud the way that the actresses transcend their nakedness, rising above it in ways that so-called saints of religiousity have always yearned to do.


      But, in other ways, we are not so free, perhaps?

      The power of the federal government, and its debt, have grown tremendously.

    4. fd Says:

      The last chance for freedom could be found in the streets of Alabama and Mississippi in the 1960s. The civil rights assault on the South was a race war. The kinfolks including the cops were not strong enough to defeat the leviathan federal government backed-up with magnificent armies.