Who has the right?

Posted: March 23, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Is it illegal to not stand during the National Anthem?  I don’t think so.  

Patriotism.

Does everybody have to be patriotic to the soil they are brought into existence on?  It’s soil.  Dirt.  It’s okay I suppose, but so is the dirt over there…or there…or three thousand miles from here for that matter.

Nouns are names of people, places, things and ideas or concepts.  Patriotism is an idea, a concept.  What I call, one of the “untouchables.”  You can’t touch patriotism and in my opinion if you can’t touch it, it ain’t real…or at least it is left up to what YOU want to make of it.  

Freedom.

Same damn thing.  Freedom is a concept.  You can’t touch it.  Freedom does not mean the same thing to all people.  Are we FREE to NOT accept the concept of patriotism?  In some situations I think not.

Flags.

What are flags?  Nothing more than a rectangular piece of colored fabric.  Yet people all around the world worship these pieces of fabric every day.  This bothers me somewhat.  What are we?  Are we a bunch of laboratory mice, programed by our governments to have reverence to dirt and fabric?  Because in reality, that is all it is.

Oh, don’t give me that crap about what they represent! They represent any damn thing you want them to represent…you, you, you sheep.  You laboratory rats!

Wake up for crisakes!  Your sons and daughters, your loved ones, are going off to war for their dirt and fabric, which are actually carefully orchestrated plans by your government, which started the war in the first place.

Since kindergarten I was prepared, brainwashed into beliving in, worshiping, dirt and fabric.  Like a robot, I’d stand up, place my right hand over my heart, turn and face the fabric and recite the National Anthem…just like the government robots in Spain, Cuba, Japan, France, Russia…and we’d then happily run off to fight in our government’s wars and get killed in the name of our dirt and fabric.

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