Are Americans Just a Bunch of Robots?
By de Andréa
February 07, 2015
February 07, 2015
Americans seem to have a very real problem with independent thinking. But what can one expect from a population of programed robots? This my friend is fundamentally caused by the American brainwashing indoctrinational institutions that are passed off as government public schools. Moreover, some of these people are the future of our country…may God have mercy!
Just good little robots following their programs.
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." -- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania (1759)
THE BOTTOM LINE: No…these people do not deserve anything, especially freedom, it’s doubtful that many even know what it means to be free.
Regardless of whether or not one has been brainwashed by the so-called educational system or the communist media, one is still personally responsible for one’s own actions, beliefs etc.
Freedom my friend, stands for something greater than just the right to act however I choose—it also stands for securing to everyone an equal opportunity for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Are these people willing to give that up? Probably not, they just have no ability to think for themselves they have been programed to let others think for them.
To most reasonable people, freedom means more than just ‘free to do whatever I want’. Taken literally, that approach would produce anarchy and freedom would self-destruct—every man, woman, and child for himself or herself. Fortunately, none of us has to live that way (unless you’re reading this in Somalia or the Middle East of a similar disaster area).
Certainly freedom does mean the right to do as one pleases, freewill—to think, believe, speak, worship (or even not worship), move about, gather, and generally act as you choose—but only until your choices start to infringe on another person’s freedom.
This still leaves a great deal of latitude. There is a long list of things that one can say, and say freely, for example, that may exclude shouting “Fire!” in a crowded theater, or should it, what if there is’ a fire, would a non-thinking person be afraid to yell fire.
But most of all, we were designed and created to be free. Free will, free to choose. Again unless of course it infringes on another person’s freedom.
But would repelling the bill of rights technically get rid of freedom and all your rights? No, not technically, because your rights and freedom come from your creator. You came into this world with all the rights God gave you. The United States Government did not give you your rights, so no matter what’ they can’t technically take them away. The written law of the bill of right only guarantees them.
But what is really frightening is that all these people are so willing to give up that guarantee for a little safety. Come to think of it, just how is giving up one’s rights and freedom going to guarantee our safety?
Well…that would be thinking for one’s self, now wouldn’t it?
Thanks for listening – de Andréa
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