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Re: War Provocations and Peace Actions
« Reply #15 on: February 22, 2015, 10:38:29 pm »
Who Are the Good Guys  ???

There is an easy way to tell if somebody is really one of the good guys who got famous. A whole lot more good people, just as good (or better), never had a following so we do not hear about them. The elite only notice GOOD people if they finger ELITE CRIME. That is how we-the-people end up learning about them.

1) While they are alive, they are ridiculed, reviled, cursed and demonized for having spoken truth to power by pointing out elite crimes (defending the poor and downtrodden is NO PROBLEM as long as you don't finger the elites as the responsible party - there are a LOT of people who are NOT good guys that do just that as a front  :emthdown:) to the point of A) getting a following and B) being imprisoned and/or tortured.

2) When they are dead they are celebrated.



Martin Luther King Jr. was a good guy.
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We as a nation must undergo a radical revolution of values… when machines and computers, profit motives and property rights, are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, materialism and militarism are incapable of being conquered.”
-- Martin Luther King, Jr. April 4, 1967




Gandhi was a good guy.

Gandhi's Seven Sins:
1. Wealth without work
2. Pleasure without conscience
3. Knowledge without character
4. Commerce without morality
5. Science without humanity
6. Worship without sacrifice
7. Politics without principle



Confucious was a good guy.

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"Is not he a true philospher who, though he be unrecognized, cherishes no resentment?

What you do not wish done to yourself, do not do to others.

I will not grieve that others do not know me. I will grieve that I do not know others.

Do not wish for quick results, nor look for small advantages.

With coarse food to eat, water to drink, and my bended arm for a pillow, I still have joy in the midst of these things.

Riches and honor acquired by unrightiousness mean no more to me than the floating clouds."

Confucious (Kung Fu-tzu or Kung the Master) 551 B.C. - 479 B.C.
Light is sown for the righteous, and gladness for the upright in heart. Ps. 97:11

 

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