A WALL, A BLINDFOLD, A FAG ..... AND FIVE MINUTES
... quoting from "History of the Peloponesian Wars": Thucydides: Consider by analogy fans & fannies how American yeomanry might regain their republic. Task one: crush-out Trotsky-slutting Soros funded DemoRat parasites and their bangerboi & wettbakkk poodles. They have snatched away our Constitution! Thucydides timeless insight revels in retribution; no postcard needed matching 430 BC Greece to postmodern corrupted USA. ***Athenians*** For ourselves, we shall not trouble you with specious pretences—either of how we have a right to our empire because we overthrew the Mede, or are now attacking you because of wrong that you have done us—and make a long speech which would not be believed; and in return we hope that you, instead of thinking to influence us by saying that you did not join the Lacedaemonians, although their colonists, or that you have done us no wrong, will aim at what is feasible, holding in view the real sentiments of us both; since you know as well as we do that right, as the world goes, is only in question between equals in power, while the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must. ***Melians*** As we think, at any rate, it is expedient—we speak as we are obliged, since you enjoin us to let right alone and talk only of interest—that you should not destroy what is our common protection, the privilege of being allowed in danger to invoke what is fair and right, and even to profit by arguments not strictly valid if they can be got to pass current. And you are as much interested in this as any, as your fall would be a signal for the heaviest vengeance and an example for the world to meditate upon. ***Athenians*** The end of our empire, if end it should, does not frighten us: a rival empire like Lacedaemon, even if Lacedaemon was our real antagonist, is not so terrible to the vanquished as subjects who by themselves attack and overpower their rulers. This, however, is a risk that we are content to take. We will now proceed to show you that we are come here in the interest of our empire, and that we shall say what we are now going to say, for the preservation of your country; as we would fain exercise that empire over you without trouble, and see you preserved for the good of us both. ***Melians*** And how, pray, could it turn out as good for us to serve as for you to rule? ***Athenians*** Because you would have the advantage of submitting before suffering the worst, and we should gain by not destroying you.
FIRST LADIES... courtesy http://animationsa2z.com/