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December 07, 2005

Citizen or subject? Now there is a question!

Wandering across a few blogs I came across this question on "One happy dog speaks" and it made me think. In Britain we have traditionally been regarded as "Subjects", although Mr Blair is more keen on the term "Citizen", but what is the reality?

I don't necessarily agree with the rather crude definition that it means I own a gun, but it does mean that I enjoy an number of freedoms - freedoms Mr Blair and his closet communistas are determined to remove, control or take away. Read Happy Dog's summary and think about the matter that really underscores our status in this Kingdom - no right to self defence, no bearing of arms (not even pen knives with a blade of more than 3 and a quarter inches!) and now our freedom to express our religious views, our freedom to say what we think of the behaviour of cultures that are free to attack ours and even our freedom to bring our children up as we believe they should be have all been removed.

So, are we free men and women and "citizens" of our island fastness, or prisoners of Blair's "modern" Marxistic state and "subjects" of his army of Thought Police? You decide.

Posted by The Gray Monk at December 7, 2005 08:57 AM

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