"But this is slavery, not to speak one’s thought."
by:
Euripides
(480-406 B.C.)
Source:
The Phoenician Women, 411-409 B.C.
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 -- Mark S, Mt. Prospect      
This proves to me that we all still live in a slavery state, as we are not all free to speak our own minds, for certain fears.
 -- Anonymous     
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    To silence people today, government utters but one word, and those who would listen run in fear -- terrorist!
     -- Joe, Rochester, MI     
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    "When you change the way you look at things,the things you look at change".Dr. Wayne Dwyer
     -- Me Again     
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    And that, my friends, is exactly what is in store for us unless this country is returned to it's previous glory given to us by God through the Founders that pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor.
     -- Carol, Georgia     
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    A great start to a long bullet point list of how slavery is, or can be defined.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Thinking leads to speaking which leads to acting. Prohibition of speech is the prohibition of the acts that would follow. That's why 'education' is so important to the State -- control the mind, control speech, and control actions. It's called programming.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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