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Loaded with Misery Due to Kings and Nobles Alone

pinenee Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 11:35 PM
Mr. Baisley, extricate, the Caucasian lived for 900 years under the power, influence, and authority of the Divine Rights of Kings. The Caucasian fought 500 of those years trying to extricate themselves from Kings, Nobles, and priest. Mr. Baisley, when did the 900 year power, influence, and authority of the Divine Rights of Kings end for the European? Mr. Baisley, you write Thomas Jefferson ended his moment of being subject to the power, influence, and authority of kings. nobles, and priests. Mr. Baisley, When Thomas Jefferson ended the power, influence, and authority of the Kings, nobles, and priests, what power, influence, and authority determine the decisions and actions of today's "white man"?
pinenee Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 11:55 PM
Today, the spring of 2013, where is the American "white man's" freedom from the subjugation of kings, nobles, and priests?
Work, school, home, society, politics, and economics the American "white man" is not free in or at all sectors.
If not kings, nobles, and priests, what are the forces which spin the American "white man" from one subjugation to the next for over 200 years? Never a spin toward him/her being a free person.
Before Thomas Jefferson took office as the third President of the United States, he spent five years as America’s Minister (ambassador) to France.  From this perspective, Jefferson wrote of the pervasive civil immaturity among the citizens of Europe.  In his missive to fellow Declaration of Independence signer George Wythe, Jefferson noted Europe's shameful comparison to the culture of freedom and rugged individualism that was flourishing in the New World.
 
“If all the...