"The process of liberation is continuous."
Eric Schaub
Individualist, activist, speaker, writer
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 -- Anonymous      
It seems to me that even though liberty had once been established, the process of putting down tyranny is continuous. The power hungry looters acting under the guise of the Democratic and Republican parties must be eradicated once again in order to re-establish a Republic of Sovereign Individuals in the Spirit of 76.
 -- J Carlton, Calgary     
    By way of example; the founder's were not quite sure they had yet discovered how best to secure or enhance freedom and liberty for their, and future generations. The levels of representation seemed a viable structure (Personal representation was to the State; the federal was a working model of States - the federal government had no say or authority concerning the individual). As long as the representatives represented each individual's right(s), a process of liberation could continue. Now that there are no such representatives but, only thugs that represent the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land, the process of liberation must return to a grass roots effort, not continuing but rather starting a-new.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
    Well said Mike. the entire process has been subverted and hijacked.
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
    Yes - we are in a perpetual state of 'liberating ourselves' till we reach a state 'so free' that we dont feel the need to liberate ourselves - Thats when we just keep doing the work at hand - without being bound by its outcome too intently.
     -- Vedapushpa, Bangalore - India     
    Each person is born dependent and ever awakens to this world. He/She must discover liberty and the corresponding responsibility on his/her own. It is a never-ending process. For myself, each decade brings more awakening, more understanding, more wisdom -- all necessary supports for Liberty.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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