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Liberal souls bring down democracy

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Submitted by Lawrence McLeroy (United States), Jun 12, 2002 at 12:55

Show me a country in history that has withstood the liberal philosphy of openhandness without civil revolution. No country that has a communist outlook of liberalism can maintain a society that will support it own population. It deprives more individuals than it can support. Liberalism is a minority group that live off the poor population and drains the life out of them. The poor population can be defined as the people who love families and work to support them. They try to mind their own buisness and interact with society within their surroundings.
The only support a liberal country has is fear. And we know fear depresses the charismatic ability of people to learn, invent or live with social exceptence. The fear these countries breed is usually their downfall as we have seen in this generation.
When liberalism enters the picture of a government, the laws begin to move towards special interest groups. This should tells us the prejudicious attitude of power hungry groups of people.

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