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    HMMM...

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    Hey guys, can I ask a favor? This was posted to Janiss, and even if it was a bit rude it has gone on long enough. Let it die!! Janiss and I have worked out our issues and probably even agree with each other on a lot of stuff.

    I would appreciate it if you could start another posting that is easier for me to ignore.

    Please!

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    The American people are on a collision course with the regime, whose agenda for tyranny includes the subversion and destruction of our country's culture, institutions, and tradition. Driven by the hatred of values, by the lust for absolute power, and by an unrelenting quest for destruction, these nihilistic sociopaths have placed our lives and freedom and the life of our country in mortal peril. With our national and personal survival at stake, it is imperative that we rally together to fight and win the culture war.

    We're in a position of utmost danger, and time is short. First, we must with unyielding inflexibility name the sides and draw the lines in this life-and-death ideological war. It's the American people versus the dominant elites. It's freedom-loving individuals versus autocratic, authoritarian tyrants.

    The conflict is between Americanism and a mongrelized mixture of fascism, Nazism, and communism. The choice is between the American way of life, i.e., individualism and laissez-faire capitalism -- and totalitarian communism, i.e., total state control. Our ruling elite claims that the social decline and decay of the 1980s were the product of America's fundamental ideas. While the Reagan Administration paid lip service to individualism and economic laissez-faire, this was not the dominant policy during this decade nor for the preceding fifty years. Government grew throughout the "Reagan revolution of the 1980s:" the vast bureaucracy still held the country in its grip, state control of education increased, and welfare and the federal budget mushroomed.

    In essence, the struggle is between Americans who believe that they have the right to plan and act according to their own plans and tyrannical, government planners who want to deprive them of this right. The predatory, parasitic ruling elite has a craving for absolute authority and plans to use the government, i.e., organized, armed police force, to control every phase of human life in this country. It is using an array of fascistic, and communistic strategies and programs to achieve its ends. The Clinton regime was among other things, using environmental programs to achieve government ownership or control of land and production; perpetrating on Americans the same hoax that Hitler used to conquer and enslave the Germans-The Great Communitarian Hoax; creating a national community made up of thousands of local communities and using the community system to communize and socialize the entire country; attacking America's founding ideas and ideals; flooding the country with a massive outpouring of federal rules and regulations that compel Americans to conform to its party policies and meting out draconian punishment to resisters; and federalizing and militarizing local police departments in order to move America toward a police state.

    We must ask ourselves these questions before it's too late. Are we going to let nihilistic psychopaths obliterate the United States? Are we going let despotic power-lusters enslave us, control our minds, suppress our freedom, regiment our lives, confiscate our property, dictate our values, and corrupt our children-in short, reduce our modern, civilized, industrialized society to a state of mindless, primitive barbarism? Are we courageous, indomitable, red-blooded Americans or are we craven, cringing specimens of unconscionable cowardice? Are we going to passively submit to the commands of megalomaniacal tyrants or are we going to stand united as free, sovereign individuals and fight for our freedom?

    Why not assert ourselves as the champions of freedom and fight on the battleground of ideas for our inalienable individual rights? It's time our side launched an all-out ideological attack against the ruling thugocracy, which is bent on destroying our culture, our institutions, our American way of life. If we unite to fight for our freedom and rights, if we endeavor with utmost haste to educate other Americans and to expand our numbers, we'll win the culture war and save this country. The key to the future is to educate the people and teach them what it means to be an American. Let's show the world that we Americans have true grit, the right stuff-the unflinching fortitude to take back our culture from thugs, to make America once again the bastion of liberty and justice, the land of the free and the home of the brave-the land legendary for its industry, enterprise, and fabulous abundance.

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    Indeed, the US is a capitalistic country, not a socialist country, but that's not the point to this discussion. In the US, there is nothing FREE, but immigrants expect there to be, so they come searching for the land of milk and honey. There are low wage jobs, which do not free an immigrant from poverty, unless he qualifies for a job higher on the scale, and most often he does not.

    With a low wage job, an immigrant cannot always afford health insurance, car insurance, property insurance, and he cannot afford to raise a family. All of these and more are what immigrants need to know BEFORE they come to this country and are disillusioned and then unjustifiably angry.

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    Janiss says:

    "AH Ha!! I see the "one world government"socialist doctrine is alive and well.It really isn't hidden to well in that little diddy."No faith in Prince nor Peer""Each at the forge must do his duty" To give to ALL a happy lot"??/// Why don't you just come out and say that your a communist? This is a free country.And the Democrats preach that wealth re-distribution crap all the time."

    Janiss, hon, don't ya think it is the U"S that is fighting for globalism trying to subjugate all the world's countries to follow its version of "laissez-faire" capitalism? (a stupid one, BTW)

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    So you wanted some kind of confirmation for your way of thinking? And what if he's not? Perhaps you are in that case.

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    I think this guy

    http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill.../america1.html

    http://www.efn.org/~rolanda/discovering/book1.html



    is crazy.

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    Happy Thanksgiving Janiss!

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    No one spoke to them in their country's language. They had to learn English - they received no language services or special treatment at all.

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    You are absolutely right about early immigration. It was so much different than could ever be compared with today. They didn't have television, no welfare programs, no free health care, and many never even owned cars. No fast food restaurants and no malls or shopping centeres. No travel back to their countries of origin and no sponsoring all of their relatives, cousins, aunts, uncles, moms or dads. Most never saw their families again. And, finally, they came LEGALLY, most of them sponsored by industry, or if illegal, they were DEPORTED, with NO elaborate system of waivers or claims to be heard that might let them stay.

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    gotta love those nukes!

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    To X guest,I never said "slavery " was a nobel idea. I said the men were nobel. Once again your lack of knowledge about how the country got started is showing. First of all ,It wasn't considered wrong to own slaves in those days. At least by most people. Washington and Jefferson whose slaves were inherited,found it morally wrong,but were about the only delegates from the South would did. Most if not all of the Southern delegates were Plantation owners who believed their enterprises would fall into bankruptcy without the slave labor. So in order to get enough votes to pass in the Congress,Adams and Franklin and Jefferson came up with a way to remedy this promlem in the future,once the country was firmly established. That is why we can "ammend" the Constitution today.They put in place a way to right the wrongs they voted for at the time.And as for slavery, the slaves were sold to the European and American merchants by their own people, And the Sudan today is rife with slavery. I would suggest that in this country we have addressed the issue far better than most African Nations. There are not a lot of places in Africa where you could have a "Puff Daddy" or a Magic Johnson achieve what they have in this country.And Spouse is right about our history including immigrants, women and many other contributors. And for the solialist idiot--- It's like I said,it goes against human nature.Can you honestly believe that if you took a group of people and said they would all be payed the exact amount, never more ,never less, that you would get them to produce anything more than was necessary ? And most would be trying to figure out how to do less for what ever was being paid. And no matter how hard you might work ,your life would never be any better untill you could get EVERYONE to work harder.Fat Chance. Just look around at what this system has produced,as opposed to say France or the rest of Europe,who would all be German Nazi's today if WE had been a "model"socialist country in the 1940's.

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    And if it'd be a socialist idea, it'd be even better...

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    Remember that our history includes (or should include) african american history, american women's history, the history of immigrants, and native americans, etc.

    This is not a socialist ideal or a "commi" idea or a pro-immigration ideal... it is a truly american ideal because our history is made up of the entwined histories of many different peoples. Our culture is made up of this same combination and should be remembered and appreciated as such...

    if not, it's richness is not truly appreciated at all.

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    Should we respect the fact that although these men had many great qualities, they also had a scum of the earth side? Or do we now think that owning slaves is an honorable and moral thing?

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