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New Years' "resolution" (see Heidegger): No Revenge, No Compromise with Evil

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Jeffrey Neuzil, Jan 1, 2008.

  1. Jeffrey Neuzil

    Jeffrey Neuzil New Member

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    To tear away at the face of tyrannical Orwellian power with every tool available to man, and to never regret one moment of having done so, and to never stop unmasking the fraud and illusion with which this government and its corrupt corporate fat cat sponsors attempt to perpetuate domination lies, and the spreading of hatred and malice: It is not the clamour of the "BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL" that is apalling, it is the silence of the Platonic Good! (this paraphrses Burke, and my martyred Hero, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who took his people's revolution to the seat of power in Chicago Illinois; it is no accident that the forces of protest converged on that city in 1968—and every conscientious American should plan on returning there again, because it is the seat of power, and it holds the key to the Orwellian state that we have become. Long live the constitutional, democratic, and liberal Republic—and let it not be taken from us (though it already has substantially been so taken) without a fight to the death.
     
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    Izz New Member

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    ...and a happy new year to you too.
     
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    Haha.
     
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    DemocratLupis New Member

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    satan is a ficticious character The devil angel is perfect and wouldnt want to be destroyed by God it is man that has done evil not the devil
     
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    Ever read Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" comics? You'd like his version of Satan. As for Satan being a fictional character, go beat that out in the religious section, I'm sure someone would love to take you up on it.
     
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