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Individual property rights should be the building block of modern free society!
1) Know your people - A Clean Census of people
2) Know what you have - A Clean Census of resources.
3) Assign resources to the people - Every inch of land should be owned by an individual or collective
4) Its up to the individual or collective to determine
Are there only "Six degrees of Separation" ? What separates us ? Nothing much, it would seem. Such questioning is the "lynchpin" (A central cohesive source of support and stability) of all good thought, the "hinge" upon which all things must turn.
Such questioning is the "fulcrum" by which balance is achieved. "Balance" is the natural state of the "Universe" - that "microcosm within macrocosm".
Balanced people walk equally "alongside" others (and never above or below),
Updated Mar 19, 2014 at 05:49 AM by a piper too
Any law which is not consistent with the Law of Love is no law at all.
Ugandans and Nigerians ! You who have been hoodwinked into accepting without thought a malevolent, malodorous "law" which stigmatizes and criminalizes your own loved, otherwise law-abiding family members. Now see what Archbishop Carl Bean has to say about his being "Gay":
You Laugh at me
And you got the nerve to criticize
If I were you - I'd sit down
And consider what you're
Oro oko pelu aya, oro nla ni.
Oro yiyan ale burewa..very bad
Marriage is desirable and honorable.
Fidelity is key and essential in a relationship and marriage.
I remember a thread we had in the square in the days of real exchange of genuine banter, it was about Test driving.
What does a woman want from her husband or man?
Whay start something that will destroy or derail your relationship?
Lets even say you didnt
Originally Posted by Big-K
I cringe at #1 - #3, at a time when we should be at the fore-front of undoing the Berlin Conference. Europe has succeeded in undoing artificial borders, yet we are drilling down on them. Its like Native Americans honoring Columbus. Crazy! We might as well list all slave owners for awards. No wonder one of our foremost islands is still called ESCRAVOS (which means SLAVES) This is why I shed tears at a slave museum in Brazil last year - WE ARE STILL MENTALLY ENSLAVED!