PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: What Form(s) Of Slavery Do You Support?

Posted: June 11, 2015 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

THE ROAD TO CONCORD

Do not just read the title of this post and dismiss it.  You may think you do not support slavery, but are you sure?  Are you really sure?  How much time have you spent thinking about slavery?  Have you spent any time thinking about what you mean by the word?  If you haven’t, you might not want to ignore this post.  After I spent some serious time thinking about what slavery actually means, I was surprised to realize that — at one time in my life or another — I have supported slavery.  But, had you asked me at those times, I would have sworn that I was absolutely opposed slavery in any and all of its forms.  I would have also been wrong.  So, for you, the question you have to answer is this: Do you actually support slavery without realizing it?

This is how the dictionary defines SLAVERY:

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Comments
  1. “submission to a dominating influence”.

    I get that one, it’s part of normal life for some in the UK.
    Except in our case the “dominating influence” is the government as they attack the poor, sick, and disabled on a daily basis.

    The UK’s sheeple applauding their efforts to rid the world of “benefit scum”.

    They force their will on these three by simply making it nearly impossible for them to comply with the government dictates and as a result, when they fail, they remove any financial support from them. No money, no accommodation, no food, no life.

    You end up with sick and dying people working until they drop.
    Desperate mothers turning to prostitution to feed their kids.
    Some turn to crime, only is it a crime to steal to feed your children?
    A few just give up and quietly kill themselves unable to cope anymore with nothing.
    That’s all sad to me as a few are ex-forces.

    Thus they govern from a position of power based on fear.
    Exercising a degree on genocide of a particular group of people.

    Maybe I’ve got it wrong though.
    What do you call that when someone is worked to death or into a state where death is preferable to living?

    Slavery or a crime against humanity?

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