Sunday, July 23, 2006

To defend freedom, does that make you a patriot? Or just a citizen?

From the "WE - The Unauthorized Arundhati Roy" video (and Boards of Canada - One very Important thought from the album: Music Has The Right To Children)

"Now that the show is over and we have jointly exercised our constitutional rights, we would like to leave you with one very important thought. If you can be told what you can see or read, then it follows that you can be told what to say or think. Defend your constitutionally protected rights, no one else will do it for you. thank you”.

Please watch closely to the unfolding drama in the Middle East. Make sure you are involved in your community. Tell your friends to watch, and be alert. Our world is changing and it wasn't done overnight. If you don't think that actions a 1/2 world away will affect you, please think again. Our world is becoming one big world government one step at a time.

The people want freedom, but that is not good for big business and government. Government wants to control you and tell you what to do, and what to say. Big corporations want to control you and tell you what to buy and what is good for you. They both have one big thing in common, they need your money to keep on running. Vote with your mind and heart, and buy with common sense. Support those who deserve it.

"Today the world is run by three of the most secretive institutions in the world: The International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the World Trade Organization, all three of which, in turn, are dominated by the U.S. Their decisions are made in secret. The people who head them are appointed behind closed doors. Nobody really knows anything about them, their politics, their beliefs, their intentions. Nobody elected them. Nobody said they could make decisions on our behalf."

"Flags are bits of colored cloth that governments use first to shrink-wrap people's brains and then as ceremonial shrouds to bury the dead."

"To call someone "anti-American", indeed to be anti-American, (or for that matter, anti-Indian or anti-Timbuktuan) is not just racist, it's a failure of the imagination. An inability to see the world in terms other than those the establishment has set out for you."

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