The World According To Bob

Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

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You can't make wrong into right by doing wrong more effectively. It's time for real MEN to stand up and take back our families, our society, and our self respect. It is not a crime to be born a man. It is not a crime to act manly.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

A Thanksgiving Story

In 1620 a group of Pilgrims soon to arrive in Massachusetts (instead of Virginia where they intended to settle because they were out of beer) signed a historic document called the Mayflower Compact. They pledged to share the labor, produce, and government of their new village in a new land. The Mayflower Compact has been taught in American schools for almost 400 years as a "historic advance" in human government.   It was taught in school when I was in school.
During their first winter many of the Pilgrims died of starvation and disease. In 1621 the Pilgrims managed to put up some crude huts and plant some crops. When their meager crops were harvested they invited local natives to bring food for a feast of thanksgiving.   They teetered on the brink of starvation for 1622 as well.  Governor Bradford wrote that young men who would be able to do more work were unwilling to work as hard as they could because they were not rewarded for their labors.
In 1623 the surviving Pilgrims scrapped their “historic advance” in human government. It was a failure. Community ownership of property, redistribution of produce and the fruits of labor was a failure then as it always is.  In 1623 the Pilgrims abandoned their communal property redistribution system. They gave every family their own land and private ownership of the production of their labors. They instituted a free market system, and Massachusetts Bay Colony thrived and prospered.  In 1623 corn planting and harvesting greatly increased.  There was plenty of beer for everyone.  That part is NOT taught in American schools.
Those who refuse to learn from history are doomed to repeat it and voted for Odumbo.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good posting, Bob. Thanks

Anonymous age 70

December 29, 2012 6:15 PM  

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