Sunday, 20 July 2008

Last Week's Quote: G.K. Chesterton on Slavery

"By the 14th Century... No laws had been passed against slavery; no dogmas even had condemned it by definition; no war had been waged against it, no new race or ruling caste had repudiated it; but it was gone... Like everything else in the mediaeval revolution, from its cathedrals to its ballads, it was anonymous as it was enormous. It is admitted that the conscious and active emancipators everywhere were the parish priests and the religious brotherhoods; but no name among them has survived and no man of them has reaped his reward in this world. Countless Clarksons and innumerable Wilberforces, without political machinery or public fame, worked at death-beds and confessionals in all the villages of Europe; and the vast system of slavery vanished."

G. K. Chesterton,
A Short History of England, 1917.


behind blue eyes said...

Coincides with the usurious money swindlers getting booted out of blighty via The Statute of Jewry.

I would love to have seen G.K. Chesterton wipe the floor with that sodomising Bishop in an intellectual and theological debate.

Belloc and Chesterton if they were alive today would know doubt be imprisoned for 'Hate Crimes' as a result of speaking about against the moral abyss that is imploding British and Western civilisation.

The Synagogue of Satan is trying to implement their Jew World Order and turn the world into a neo-feudal slavery plantation.

"It is absurd to say our country can issue bonds and cannot issue currency. Both are promises to pay, but one fattens the usurer and the other helps the people."
--Thomas Edison

While most people would say that the bankers are "capitalists", they really hate competition and seek to eliminate it. They are monopoly capitalists, and socialism and communism is nothing more than monopoly capitalism for the rich. These folks want the world to themselves. They want nothing more than to create a world socialistic welfare state where they have it all, with just the crumbs doled out to the peasants who will become their servants on the global plantation -- that is if they are among the 10-20% "fortunate" enough to live.

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