May 3, 2020, 5:51 PM
by Scott De Warren
Noblesse oblige. Yes, ironically, It is our duty to protect our people, especially the majority that lack agency and the discernment to detect the enemy’s propaganda that baits them into hazard (and pulls the rest of us down with them).
The irony is that these, our own people, constantly betray us by siding with the enemy.
In England, France, and even America our people were encouraged to rebel against their king and aristocracy – often on the thinnest of pretexts.
In the American revolution, for ex., Samuel Adams organized the rough dock workers to attack the upper classes and destroy their fine houses over what was essentially a 1% tax imposed by Britain on legal papers.
Now the descendants of those dockworkers pay 50% taxes without blinking. Yet they will still rail against kings and aristocrats – the ones that taxed them 1% to protect them militarily while praising foreign hostiles that tax them 50% while taking way their borders, liberties, and that sponsor third world invasions because it is all sold as ‘democratic’.
No, the people will be protected from such lies going forward by making the liars answerable in a court of law.
—“You have no duty to those that have betrayed you. If anything, the duty to those that haven’t betrayed you is to punish those that have.”—Martin Štěpán