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TPTB/NWO/Tyannical Bootlickers: Can you hear us NOW?

Tunisia and Tahir Square are just the beginning.

Your days are numbered.

We know who you are.

We will not tolerate tyranny any longer.

Your time is over.

We are here.

We are not going away.

We are merciful, but that is really up to you.

We do not intend violence, but we will not compromise our Liberty.

There is a new berth for Liberty in the world. (no, that is not a misspelling, "berth" is the correct term)

Liberation/Tahir Square is the new berth for Liberty. Let history record that Egypt, the cradle of civilization, reminded the world that Man is free and that freedom will not perish from this Earth.

My hat off to you Egypt.

I raise my glass in thanks and celebration.

My sincere appreciation and respect goes to the members and the leadership of the Egyptian military forces. May you be remembered, as long as you hold true to current form, that you stood by the RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE, and not as thugs of the power elite - that you showed that "might does NOT make right, but that when might is on the SIDE of right, no one can stand against it."

If only I had the same respect and hope that America's military would do the same...

If I may offer my own unsolicited advice (I AM an American after all, we can't help ourselves in this regard) PLEASE do not buy into the 'solution' of your current Vice President, who is a CIA puppet, nor any 'pretend' solutions which might be presented by your military or by others. Always remember your LIBERTY is paramount and IN-alienable. It is not for sale. It cannot be negotiated. It is NOT up for discussion.

My heart and prayers go out to you Egypt. May you have the strength to see to fruition, the Revolution you have begun.

Americans have forgotten our birthright. May your example remind us of our duty to preserve Liberty for all Man. And I humbly thank you for taking on the burden of doing so. My apologies for my own weakness.

May we Americans be humbled in your presence, and remember our own heritage, and remind our own politicians, "Tahir Square" or "Lexington & Concord" - the choice is yours.

So jackholes of the NWO/PTB/and sundry tyrannical bootlickers:

Can you hear us NOW?

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I for one fear nothing

I for one fear nothing because the alternative is worse. God is on our side and he gives me and others the courage to stand up to Satin in times like these. Screw the NWO for we are not afraid and will NEVER back down.

There is no Left or Right -- there is only freedom or tyranny. Everything else is an illusion, an obfuscation to keep you confused and silent as the world burns around you." - Philip Brennan

"Invest only in things that you can stand in front of and pr

My fear is that our military

My fear is that our military and police would have no problem at all with opening fire if this were to happen here. Most are brainwashed into a thug mentality of them against us already. I am afraid we would all end up dead in the streets if we were to attempt anything like the very brave people in Egypt.

Formerly rprevolutionist

It is that fear that prevents peaceful revolutions from


The Egyptian people put aside that fear.

And look what happened when they did!

Samuel Adams timeless words.

Samuel Adams writing was a/the primary mover/shaker in the American discourse leading up to 1776. His writings were a big part of lessons circa 1845. We learned from this writings the whys & where-fores.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Merci beaucoup monsieur!

Being of French heritage (which I hope none will hold against me) I understand it that people think it unusual, considering my namesake, for me to stand against authority. But also being of Acadien descent, I think anyone of doubt concerning my loyalties would remain no longer.

Thank you for your kind words sir. May Egypt's actions, and our combined sentiments inspire a new 'berth' of Liberty here at home.

You're words never cease to inspire new thought and investigation. May they continue to do so, and may they spur a new generation towards discovery of a world their reader only dreamed was possible...

Awe - inspiring. Ever hopeful. Ever vigilant.

Many tangential thoughts wisp by...

On race: "I have no race prejudices nor caste prejudices nor creed prejudices. All I care to know is that a man is a human being, and that is enough for me; he can't be any worse." - Harper's Magazine, Sept. 1899

On the French in a whimsical way: "There is nothing lower than the human race except the French."
- quoted by Carl Dolmetsch, "Our Famous Guest" about Twain

On liberty: "Loyalty to petrified opinions never yet broke a chain or freed a human soul in this world — and never will." - from "Consistency" (5 December 1887). Engraved Twain bust in the National Hall of Fame.

On the French Revolutions (not much humor):
"Why, it was like reading about France and the French, before the ever memorable and blessed Revolution, which swept a thousand years of such villainy away in one swift tidal-wave of blood -- one: a settlement of that hoary debt in the proportion of half a drop of blood for each hogshead of it that had been pressed by slow tortures out of that people in the weary stretch of ten centuries of wrong and shame and misery the like of which was not to be mated but in hell. There were two "Reigns of Terror," if we would but remember it and consider it; the one wrought murder in hot passion, the other in heartless cold blood; the one lasted mere months, the other had lasted a thousand years..."
- A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1889)

On DailyPaul:
I just wrote Jefferson today, congratulating his success on his radio airwaves appearance. "Influencing Liberty while driving... still legal in Texas."

SamAdames, I echoed your, 'Awe, shucks (kicks dirt)' stammering line.

To Jefferson: On the radio, while driving, don't look down, offer, "Awe, shucks (kicks dirt) thanks!" (Submitted by SamAdamscw)...


Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Glad to hear my kicking dirt routine is still fashionable!

I greatly enjoy our exchanges and any sentiment of sorrow is linked only to the fact that we cannot share them over freely flowing mead or vino. I must say, as I'm sure many others have opined, you write as if you are intimately knowledgeable of Mr. Clemons himself...

But I guess you'll leave that answer as part of your mystery.

Thank you for your kind words sir, and may Liberty yet prevail, if not for our own actions, then for Egypt's.

Kicking dirt is nature inclination. Not even habit. It just is.

I very much appreciate how you weave historical writing into backing up Dr Ron Paul's message. Some of your best is delivered along with Republicae. Carry on, & have fun doing so.

Liberty prevails.

By the way, speaking of the French...

Les Misérables, by Victor Hugo, published 1862
Submitted by Mark Twain on Thu, 02/10/2011 - 01:45.
Les Misérables

free download, language: English
audiobook: www.archive.org
origin: gutenberg.org
genres: Fiction and Literature, Audiobook, Classic

Thinly veiled fiction, Les Misérables is dominated by France's past. Fictional aspects seem an afterthought. (Translated by Isabel F. Hapgood)

Highly recommended.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

I've heard of it, but never read it.

Thanks for the link. I shall get to it soon.