This is a template for freedom-loving peoples in Western nations. The elites have failed us and casually relinquished our most precious freedoms — freedoms our fathers, forefathers and founding fathers fought and died for.
Cowardice is so ignoble an inner state that men struggle to overcome it, in the face of real dangers. The appeaser chooses a state of cowardice where no danger exists. To live in fear is so unworthy a condition that men have died on barricades, defying the tyranny of the mighty.
The appeaser chooses to live in chronic fear of the impotent. Men have died in torture chambers, on the stake, in concentration camps, in front of firing squads, rather than renounce their convictions. The appeasers renounces his under the pressure of a frown on a vacant face. Men have refused to sell their souls in exchange for fame, fortune, power, even their own lives. The appeaser does not sell his soul: he gives it away for free, getting nothing in return. (Ayn Rand, The Age of Envy).
Something to think about this Memorial Day weekend.
If the system is irretrievably broken in your country, start your own party, your own movement. You are responsible for your freedom.
Kudos to Debbie Robinson, the Q Society and the freedom-loving Australians I have worked with and come to love and respect. SION Australia here.
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Tony BLiar made it his business to make Britain Islamic
There are a lot of questions that need to be answered.
A SENIOR Islamic State militant has posted a tribute to Khaled Sharrouf, fuelling fresh speculation the Sydney terrorist has been killed in an air strike in Syria.
Jihadist recruiter Neil Prakash wrote on social media at the weekend that he hoped Abu Zarqawi Al Australi, a name used by Sharrouf, would be granted a “shahadah”, a phrase he used previously in reference to dead IS fighters.
“Ya khanazeer (pigs) your pilots will suffer,” Prakash added.