26 May, 2016

Quote

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.

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/nude-all-women-shakespeare_us_573f78a1e4b045cc9a710e0c

      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.