Definition of “SACRIFICE”

Quote by Ayn Rand:
“It only stands to reason that where there’s sacrifice, there’s someone collecting the sacrificial offerings. Where there’s service, there’s someone being served.
The man who speaks to you of sacrifice is speaking to you of slaves and masters, and intends to be the master.”
We will be slaves to the state in no time.

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One Response to “Definition of “SACRIFICE””

  1. Wanderant Says:

    Slaves and Enslavement-defined:
    slave (slv)
    n.
    1. One bound in servitude as the property of a person or household.
    2. One who is abjectly subservient to a specified person or influence: “I was still the slave of education and prejudice” Edward Gibbon.
    3. One who works extremely hard.
    4. A machine or component controlled by another machine or component.

    intr.v. slaved, slavĀ·ing, slaves
    1. To work very hard or doggedly; toil.
    2. To trade in or transport slaves.

    I’d say when it comes to every iteration of the American Heritage Dictionary definitions above – we are already there. The good news is that when the parasite (in our example the Have-Nots) finally weakens it’s host (that would be the working, taxpaying slobs, aka the Have’s), to the brink of death, the parasite dies from lack of nutrition. Oftentimes, the parasite kills the host. The liberals best beware of killing their host, lest they be prepared to work (or beg or steal) for their own Haves.

    On the other hand, perhaps a revisitation of the DOI-USC 13th Amendment and every anti-bias law since enacted is in order for all the Have taxpayers that are now to be further enslaved and parasitized by the Have-Nots.

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