VoltaireVoltaire, [François Marie Arouet] (1694-1778) French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher

Voltaire Quote

“What is not in nature can never be true.”

~ Voltaire

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Anon    9/7/09

This ought to ruffle a few feathers. God is all that IS nature.

Mike, Norwalk

Ahh yes, those issues of compelled compliance, governmental license, victimless crimes, larceny with impunity, spending more than you have will create prosperity, debt as money being substituted for that which has intrinsic value, replacing alodial freehold with uniquely recognized titles, a corrupt judiciary will bring about justice, despotism and tyranny will bring about freedom and liberty, etc., etc., etc. never were truth, and can never be true.

J Carlton, Calgary

Central Banks and the scum that run them are definately NOT in nature.

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    Anon    9/8/09

    Unfortunately J, maybe fortunately, as how would we learn lessons, the scum ARE in nature and the banks the product of those scum that use their freewill choice to control the freedom of others to create slaves for their benefit. The problem is man has never learned the lessons he is supposed to learn and that's mostly because he keeps falling for his own greedy nature the scum take advantage of, baiting that greed and sucking people into the world of the scum which ironically, by taking the bait, seals their own fate as slaves to the scum. In truth, people have no one to blame but themselves but try getting them to see that. The hardest thing for any individual to do is face himself and his own weaknesses especially when it is so easy to blame somebody else.

    E Archer, NYC

    Simple enough.


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