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An extremely accurate observation.

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The freedom to feel emotional discomfort by another's speech or action more often demonstrates the character of the offended the the offender.

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(-; I'm not sure of the author's scriptural reference or, if she is just waxing poetic  evoking a greater power's support for emphisis ;-) The current occupying statist theocracy infesting this land is well invested in infanticide (by human sacrifice to the gods of pleasure and life style, as well as killing any new revealed fact, truth or otherwise that would cause a perceived negative against the demonic structure / religion, etc.

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Hmmmm, the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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An accurate observation; BUT & WHILE, in a much broader scope's subject matter, curtailing free expression (at natural law and justice) strikes at more than just “intellectual” freedom. I personally claim a religion with professed beliefs and views radically differing at times from the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land with its national establishment of religion. The current demonic national establishment of religion determines what is PC acceptable and when religion can be called religion. By example: Nuns of a certain religious order have no freedom of expression in dispensing or not, certain contraceptions while, canons and corporate by-laws (under a misleading nomenclature – i.e., codes, ordinances, regulation, rules, statutes, etc.) such as 501( c ) (3), restrict competing religions subject matter expressions.

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An accurate observation of the collectivist mentality becoming the enforced norm. Courts, Congress, Enforcement, MSM/government seminaries/etc., - all - exist as carnal and corporate gods/masters over chattel with no single sovereign (within liberty of inalienable rights) being recognized.

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ABSOLUTELY ! ! ! We hold this truth to be self evident ! ! !  The occupying statist theocracy infesting this land has established a complete form of totalitarianism (political, religious, legal, etc.) The once sovereigns at liberty now genuflect in obedience to their carnal gods and masters with a perpetual mind set; that being: acceptance and furtherance of compelled compliance, government licenses, victimless crimes, larceny with impunity (2nd plank of the communist manifesto, social security, police state confiscations, etc.) and non-recognition of perfected allodium, inalienable rights, lawful liberty and justice.

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I have a child currently going for yet another degree with / from what is touted as experts in the field (having nothing to do with that child's livelihood). Admittedly, more anti-Christian religion and PC is the main stay of the curriculum rather than a true depiction of the subject matter or ideas.

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Vulgarity (in mind, body, speech, action, sexually, politically – compelled compliance, government licenses, victimless crimes, larceny with impunity (2nd plank of the communist manifesto, Social Security, police state confiscations, etc.), extermination of liberty / inalienable rights / perfected allodium, etc.) breads inactive minds, which in turn confounds familiarity with knowledge, liberty, peace, nobility of man, etc. Exponentially, the greater the vulgarity, the less there is of true knowledge. What is a “republic”, maybe an 1856 legal definition would help. “A commonwealth; that form of government in which the administration of affairs is open to all the citizens. In another sense, it signifies the state, independently of its form of government.” (Bouver’s Law Dictionary) As Archer above demonstrates, there is a difference between a “republic” and a “republican form of government”; and, a “democracy” and a “democratic form of government”.

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I would suggest to everyone reading Toffler's earliest books (easy reads). Being one of the illuminates, Toffler 'learns' & 'relearns' those who read, how and what order the future will occur. As Archer said so well above, learning and relearning the truth will destroy illusions and delusions.

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Active policies repressing ideas are being perpetrated on willing American chattel in an ever-accelerated fashion. By way of extremely terse example: The occupying statist theocracy infesting this land with its seminaries (government schools), forth branch of propaganda (MSM / social media, etc.), socialist financiers (fascist, neocon, corporate, communist, progressive, etc.), book writers and publishers (dictionaries, texts, etc.) are either changing the meaning of words and concepts (law, justice, equity, mercy, freedom, liberty, inalienable rights, etc.), chiding or otherwise ridiculing those that are not theocratically PC, burning and removing books (written, electronic, etc.), outright censorship, AND! - etc., etc., etc.

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Its been my experience that to write anything requires a certain amount of previous knowledge, research, reading and then that ah-ha moment. The writer ends up learning more than is written.

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As a stand alone communication or declaration, there is insufficient support structure to merit a desired outcome, I'm sure the author was striving for. As a stand alone statement, it probably rates a thumbs down. I think more in context, one does not have to construct something to know it.

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Consistent with my response to David above, I am a joint heir with Christ to the King of the universe. My physical elements are made up of the universe's existence (tangible, intangible, energy  what ever corporeal man's current measuring equation, sort of a dust of the earth if you will). I am also an individual spirit of the King's family. Here, Einsteins measured perception is spot on in the realm at which it is given. 

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Mike, Norwalk David L Rosenthal (1/4/19)

David, Archer's statement "Eternal truths are often laid claim to by religions attempting to enroll more followers instead of inspiring others to simply do good." is absolutely accurate. Archer's statement is broad enough to even cover Buddhism as a religion. Jesus the Christ while on His temporal sojourn did not attempt to address all truths BUT, I here declare and testify that if there is a truth (each and every, any and all  without limit) it belongs to the Christ and all of Christianity (all else has another source). I would believe (at least hope), most other religions would make the same claim as mine concerning their beliefs.

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Mike, Norwalk Ted C., Diamond Bar (1/3/19)

Ted, the original de jure States united was to be individual sovereigns with a body of servants to secure through administration — a limited scope of operation (life, liberty & property), at the laws of nature and of nature's God by defining inalienable rights and liberty. Feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, financing the indigent, caring for the ill, lording over religious sacraments as marriage, advancing human sacrifice to the gods of pleasure and life style, mandating a moralist socialism and controlling what all other religions can preach over the pulpit (such as by a 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) — etc., etc., etc. are all religious issues under the thumb of the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land.

Though I remain one of Mr. Obamunist GoodWrench the assassin's largest nay sayers, I believe it a noble gesture to declare one's religion  whether POTUS or not. Jews, Islamists, Hindus, Buddhists et all should feel as noble in what ever office or position they hold. It is only the narcissist bigot that becomes offended at another's declaration of difference.

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I don't know how to rate this. Not enough context, as a stand a lone communication to measure it to liberty.

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I'm not quite sure how to rate this. I agree with the general underlying premiss, (-; BUT :-) to fight against such a multi-headed monster is more an exercise in futility than truly progressing the species. By way of example, this nation's initiating brain trust found it easier to limit what the servants could do rather than limit what they could not do. The servant quickly became the carnal god/master by resorting to the individual sovereigns could do nothing unless it was approved by the government. The current occupying statist theocracy infesting this land (government) is the multi-headed beast that has a never-ending flow of ideas, religions, government's, etc. to "destroy the free mind".

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Too, too funny and extremely accurate.

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Not shooting the messenger  absolutely!  Such interest sucks the means of progress out of a viable economy.

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The law spoken here by Jesus was the Law of Moses. The Law of Moses originated as our Father's communication of absolutes through a depth of understanding by abstract and otherwise ordering. Carnal man's controlling issues quickly evolved to be included under the umbrella nomenclature — also as a major portion thereof i.e., "The Law of Moses" (NOT of the Lord). The focused group relied on carnal man’s law while totally neglecting Divine law, statutes and commandments.

Waffler, your whole tax thing screams loudly of who you are. Matthew 22’s history is a great exemplar. Jesus the Christ’s adversaries attempted to trick Him by asking was it lawful to give tribute to Caesar. Caesar at that time was legally, politically, theologically (in all ways) considered a god, the savior, the redeemer and owner of all. Tribute was/is not just a simple tax! ! ! The here referenced tribute was the owned chattels contribution of self (any specie of value, family, etc.) to his owner and god. The response by Jesus was: Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s (if Caesar be your god and owner, render unto him of you that which he owns), - Render unto God, that which is God’s (give to your Father love, honor, etc. and serve Him in sincerity and truth) Such incident brings into full focus Joshua 24:15 “ And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”

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ummm, maybe a little bit from a government perspective.

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I like it a lot

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Mike, Norwalk Waffler, Smith, Arkansas (12/21/18)

Waffler, coming from you ("Communism is dead"), that lie is more than laughable. When was the last time you read the 10 planks of the communist manifesto; AND, your livelihood of enforcing the 2nd plank of the communist manifesto screams a great big WHAT???

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Mike, Norwalk Dick, Fort Worth (12/21/18)

Dick, you are too, so what? Truth can be spoken by anyone. You are a socialist also  how does that alter what the specific quote here states?

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