Sunday, January 31, 2010

Perhaps they are surfs, and not socialists.

Perhaps they [we] are surfs, and not socialists. Buzz made a comment suggesting the term "serfdom" rather than "socialists". I like it. It does offer a better description of the socialists supporting masses.

However, the government now rearing its head like Obama and CO. but not limited to them alone are socialists. The supporters of socialists government are  (dimwits or democrats) unwitting supporters of a populace of surfs.

Furthermore, we have all lost control of our government. Our servants are now our Masters (keepers, or Lord). When our government got too big for its britches, we didn't beat it down; we became subservient to our new Lord................We are all in the clutches of "Serfdom".



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1. a person in a condition of servitude, required to render services to a lord, commonly attached to the lord's land and transferred with it from one owner to another.
2. a slave.

1475–85; < MF < L servus slave

serfdom, serfhood, serfage, noun

1. vassal, villein, peasant.
  1. A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land owned by a lord and required to perform labor in return for certain legal or customary rights.
  2. An agricultural laborer under various similar systems, especially in 18th- and 19th-century Russia and eastern Europe.
  3. A person in bondage or servitude.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin servus, slave.]
serf'dom n.
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Under feudalism, a peasant bound to his lord's land and subject to his lord's will, but entitled to his lord's protection.

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