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There is no Duty to Protect?

  • Dmtshaman
  • uploaded: Nov 17, 2009
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If there is no duty to protect, then theres no allegiance; there is no state, there are no citizens. To find out more -

Check out the link below: Marc Stevens

The Government Hoax

Written by Marc Stevens Tuesday, 21 November 2006

The government hoax is probably the oldest, most pervasive and stubborn of hoaxes. Its the belief in non-existent "states" and "nations" and that "government" is both legitimate and necessary. In the geographic area of the North American continent commonly referred to as the "United States," its claimed only "government" can provide the service of protecting "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness." This is nonsense if only for the reason "government" has no duty to protect anyone and their property.

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  • Kirksbitch#

    Kirksbitch March 7, 2010 2:48:26 AM CET

    Geez. This is almost funny, if it wasn't true.Why are we even calling it a "government"?Why not call it the United States Scam or the Federal Con. We pay taxes to one con after another.Good vid. Thanks for posting it.

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