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The ridiculous contradictions of statism - like religion - can only be sustained through endless propaganda inflicted upon helpless children.
By Admin (from 10/12/2011 @ 22:41:55, in en - Video Alert, read 1463 times)

The idea that democracy and some sort of "social contract" justifies the brutal exercise of violent power over billions is patently ridiculous.

If you say to a slave that his ancestors "chose" slavery, and therefore he is bound by their decisions, he will simply say: "If slavery is a choice, then I choose not to be a slave". This is the most frightening statement for the ruling classes, which is why they train their slaves to attack anyone who dares speak it.

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