What action do you take as you see your children, your own flesh and blood being led to slaughter? Do you say something or do you act as if you see nothing, everything is okay because of your fear of the powers that be saying, "you don't know shit"? Because your parents raised you to be an honest person, at least to yourself? When I learned better I did better.
Not from what I was educated to say or know, nor from what I voted someone to say, but from my own personal knowledge and life experiences in the "good ole USA and abroad". It all comes from my strong desire to serve, to help make this world what we say it ought to be.
At one time I was ashamed to write about these kind of things, my fear of this monumental task at hand, knowing no one would want to understand and at the risk of being greatly misunderstood. That people would mistake me for being more than I know I am and not what I ought to be.
We know they meant well, well at least mine anyway. And we know the way the went about getting what they wanted was quite unethical, especially fleeing these same alleged issues in "Great Britain". I can attest to the deplorable living and working conditions under which my forefathers were forced to endure. Because most of which still exist today.
The thing about this all is, how can you abandon the ideals upon which they so diligently worked. To do so would be gross disrespect, if they taught you anything worth a shit, anything worth living for, while without them we would be.
You cannot force a man to be a slave, somewhere in this process he has to submit.
(((your inner voice.com)))