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After 400 Years Of Multiple Transitions Of Servitude. What Has Been Freed?
Surviving the game of life, acceptance, and natural selection.
By: British News
''People will willingly spend their lives in silent servitude but not take a single step toward their own liberty." ― Marty Rubin.
For time immemorial, there has always been some sort of servitude. There has always been a duty to serve. It has even been stated in the book of the Unveiling ; that in paradise many will be in servitude to the highest supreme deity. And so, this recorded statement has been used as an excuse for the servitude of others. There have been many times in history that the servitude of others was practiced, and allowed. Many tribes, nations, countries, people, were in service to others with no compensation. The settlers of the 13 colonies from England began to employ, and then enslave Native tribes of the Americas. After some years, small pox began to kill off the natural born natives of the Americas. The governor of the colonies known as Sir George Yeardley began to employ indentured servants until the forced servitude of Africans arrived in 1619. There were many revolts; like in Haiti, but servitude continued on even after it was outlawed. In scientific terms, it's called psychological servitude. This type of behavior has effects on an individual mind. For example, a trapped individual mind is programmed by an assumption of threat to return back to servitude, an abundance of handouts or illusionary kindness, and the assumption that there's no other alternative. This data from studies are from professionals like Ana Nogales, Ph.D. The term America was originally defined as A free country by the Webster Dictionary. According to the same dictionary, A person that was considered free; is someone that is not taxed for work or room of board within a taxed territory, nation, or country. So after 400 years what has really been freed?
"..paradise is a world where everything
is a sanctuary & nothing is a gun..." - Danez Smith
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