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Government Is Slavery

@xochinla What do you suggest to do, then? If you are extremely against the government, go notify the government yourself and tell them of your arguments.

>>>> "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies," Jefferson wrote. "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around (these banks) will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered... The issuing power of currency shall be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs." - Thomas Jefferson <<<<

Jefferson was a fucking slave driver.

And war and supremacy: ><>> on the continent their fathers conquered <<>>

>What do you suggest to do, then?

I have already answered this, see #69 - #72

>If you are extremely against the government, go notify the
>government yourself and tell them of your arguments.

The naiveté of this suggestion is ludicrous in the extreme. Like suggesting a slave go to his master and explain why he shouldn't be such a jerk anymore.

>Why do you pour out your anger and complaints here, on a free, online chess website?

I pour it out everywhere I go because I believe people need to be slapped with the truth till it hurts, because they, by and large are immoral fuck-tards that think America and democracy are some kind of bastion of "freedom". And who are deluding themselves about the integrity and morality of their own character in their support of and submission to the state. This desperately needs to be called out. EVERYWHERE.

If you could see past your brainwashing, you might see that I am sharing more than anger, I'm sharing a lot of information, pointing out the implications of that information and what it means to be consistent in our adherence to moral principles. I do this because I see that people are very ignorant regarding this, and this is unacceptable to me. I'm also calling on every other person who can possibly understand what I'm saying here to both educate yourself on this matter and then work to help spread the word and educate others.

I am handing out printed versions of my website to everyone I meet, and challenging them to refute the ideas on it with facts and reasoning. Can you do so?

We don't need your extremist ideas here. The purpose of lichess is in the name, to play chess. Yes, I understand what you are talking about, I know all about it: The Federal Reserve, JFK's assassination, and the 9/11 secrets. I also know about the Mothman, the Freemasons, and the secret societies. I know the Stonehenge, and the UFO secrets. I'm just here to play chess. Too late brother, no one will care, except for the people who already do know. It's no use. Sorry.


Also no swearing.

True debates require the understandings of both sides of the arguments, not just yours.

>>>> "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies," Jefferson wrote. "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around (these banks) will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered... The issuing power of currency shall be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs." - Thomas Jefferson <<<<

>Jefferson was a fucking slave driver.

>And war and supremacy: ><>> on the continent their fathers conquered <<>>

Good point.

I'm no "founding father" worshiper, nor a fan of glorifying the conquering of a continent. I generally attribute any enlightenment expressed by politicians to being begrudgingly done so because the sentiment in the people is too strong to get around. But the point here is that they were expressing an anti-bank sentiment, that I believe was due to the populace being more educated. There was a resurgence in the Trivium method in early America, and a strong focus on classical education maintained until the advent of weaponized "public" education.

tragedyandhope.com/the-trivium-method-vs-the-classical-trivium/

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lR7jqYx22g

A long discussion, but gets to the heart of the matter.

>We don't need your extremist ideas here.

Oh I beg to differ. Hey... did you know there is an "unsubscribe" button? There is also the option of not clicking on a topic that you "don't need", that is posted in "off topic"... a revelation right?

You call my ideas "extremist" but I'm right, and you can't refute the statements I have made.

>The purpose of lichess is in the name, to play chess.

And the purpose of the "off topic" area of the lichess forum is for discussing whatever we want.

>Too late brother, no one will care, except for the people who already do know. It's no use. Sorry.

Thanks for the advice, but I'll keep my own council on this matter. I've already had people express appreciation to me for starting this thread, and if I can reach one person in a meaningful way, or add to people's understanding by posting here in any way, then it's worth it to me.

>True debates require the understandings of both sides of the arguments, not just yours.

That's correct. Do you see a side of an argument I seem to be missing that you would like to point out or elaborate upon?

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