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Thanks, Willl. I'll have to

Thanks, Willl. I'll have to research the Jacobin takeover. I've heard about it, but I don't know about it.

About anarchism, I can't shake my belief after studying how the world works that anarchism is anything desirable unless it happens gradually at the conclusion of a long time, say, 100 years, in which Americans have lived in freedom while its government acted in defense of freedom. To even think about anarchism as plausible before a generation (read: a 20-year span) of people living in freedom or especially now kicks sense to the curb and brutalizes it.

I'm confused why someone would think replacing a framework of life 320 million people live in or think they live in (and could return to if the banksters are captured) by a condition absent ability to serve justice against those who violated someone's freedom when the majority of those millions of people who likely are without comprehension of freedom begin to sense the absence of an entity defending freedom.

I recognize steps are needed. Perhaps anarchism can work. I'm not against striving for excellence. I'm not against striving for utopia. Hey, why not strive for utopia? But utopia today? No. Not a chance today. And not for a long time, likely.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.