the man who could not say sorry for his sinsWritten by malcolm james pugh
Sorry would be a start.
Though you cant take back your mistakes, and you cant unravel time, youd think there would be remorse, for such a self serving crime, to send others out to die, to pay blood price you have decreed, when its purely posturing and posing, all about vanity and greed, to secure a perceived niche in history, glowing down years, is extent of your ambition, is puny limit of your fears, when those you have sent to die, believing implicitly in you, leave relatives behind who see, that nothing you said was true, there is no thought now for those, whose number you dont count,
Politics and Masons (Druids)Written by Robert Bruce Baird
My ancestors include Rufus King and probably include likes of Robert Bruce, Martha Baird Rockefeller and many more agents of hierarchy and pladins of power. I am ashamed to say it is blood of my forbears who have enslaved so many in this world. These are some quotes that are part of a book I am doing on Morgans and other Pirates of our past. Please look into what happened to Captain William Morgan but do not believe all you read about John Adams and others in fallout of his kidnap and murder.
Thomas Jefferson wrote a letter to Lafayette in 1823 that went as follows: "I do not believe with Rochefoucaults and Montaignes, that fourteen of fifteen men are rogue. I believe a great abatement from that proportion may be made in favor of general honesty. But I have always found that rogues would be uppermost, and I do not know that proportion is to strong for higher orders... These set out with stealing people's good opinion, and then steal from them right of withdrawing it by contriving laws and associations against power of people themselves."
"… archetypal Roman shouldered White Man's Burden, arduous but fabulously profitable task of governing those whom, despite all evidence to contrary, Romans judged incapable of governing themselves." (Lucy Hughes-Hallett from 'Cleopatra')