by Oliver Cromwell

Spare me the screeching about religion.

It’s how he destroyed a powerful monarchy that had the power to have him boiled in oil.  Grow up. If you want to learn about real regime change, read about a guy who actually did it, plus, conquered Ireland. If you want to argue over differing ways to baptize or the virgin mary’s sanctity – read Fairy Tales.

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Oliver Cromwell

“Do not trust to the cheering, for those very persons would shout as much if you and I were going to be hanged.”
Oliver Cromwell

and for the mra’s…

“I do not believe that this is an evil king. But he is confused. And he cannot say no to his wife. Therefore if it please God I shall raise an army of men who are not confused. Stern men who say no to the tyranny of kings and wives. Men who make no confusion over the ordained place of man and woman, king and subject. And with these stern, God-fearing men, I shall ride. And we shall be called Ironsides because we are like iron, being hard both night and day. And the king shall find us unyielding, like a rod of iron, and shall give us satisfaction. Like our wives!”— Oliver Cromwell

2 Comments to “by Oliver Cromwell”

  1. Just thought you would like to see this. John Milton was a contemporary of Oliver Cromwell.

    “John Milton: Writer and Revolutionary”

    • Thank you Tim.
      I sense all of us, whether Liberal OWSer or Conservative NRA are targeted for future oppression by The Liberal Establishment.

      It is about their tyrannical grasping of power. No better example ever existed than Obama.

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