Posted 3 years ago on June 20, 2012, 10:29 a.m. EST by agkaiser
from Fredericksburg, TX
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On a 'Monarch of the Glen' episode, the laird is urged by the bankers representative to sell off a piece of the estate to service the debt,” contributes Carlos. “How is it his to dispose of? The people of the village and country side worked the land before the laird took over. They lived and died and fought the battles, before, during and after the time they were made subject to the clan chieftain centuries ago. “The domain had to have belonged to the community in the beginning. Why should its disposal be at the whim of a hereditary leader? Are his pride or need more important than the community that lives there? The bank has its talons in the estate and can dictate to the nominal ruler in a way that affects the lives of all. Why do people defend such intolerable arrogance of traditional assignment of private property of, by and for our leaders, even when it threatens our existence?
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