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The revolution is in your heart; do not be afraid to acknowledge it. The revolution, the desire economic independence and a more just world, lives deep within you and you must bring it out. Do not be afraid of yourself, for in you lives the truth. Do not let the fear of society’s cruel masters – the so called politicians -take over your life. Do not allow the heinous to intoxicate you with their political rhetoric.

The revolution lives in you and you must stand ready to live it, to feel it, to become it. The revolution lives in you, so do not be afraid of letting it guide you to the path of a more honest humanity.

Do not allow the politicians and the media, the sellers of false morality, to determine your life. You must liberate yourself from the mental bondage; you must become the truth by living the truth.

Do not allow those politicians who crave their success at the cost of your destruction to tamper with your mind and your visions. Make your life, every single day, a true symbol of humanity’s liberation. Your liberation. Live your life, not as a slave to the doctrines of the political elite, but as a human being, a respected citizen, as a brother or as a sister to your fellow Countrymen.

Stop wasting your life like fallen sheep, but live as a leader - lead yourself, lead your life, do not be afraid of becoming the revolution of freedom. The lying politician and the usurper will give you false hope and broken promises. They will tell you to staying at home and being a wage-slave is being a good citizen. No they are wrong. You need to revolt now. You must stand up for yourself.

The masters of society will not leave a stone unturned to control your life, by turning you into sheep to be shepherded. They look upon you as their gadgets and trinkets. The rulers of our culture advocate by their action that you are their slave - to obey their bidding, but what is in your heart? Do you see the light? Do you see through their deception?

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