Blind Or Ignorant

Dear Editor,

“There are none so blind as those who will not see.”

Are you listening Greensboro City Council? Of course, you’re not.

The (National Socialist) Democrat members of the City Council have shown themselves to be either ignorant or truly deserving of the title of lords and ladies, pretending they don’t see what’s going on. If they did, and actually cared about their subjects, they would publicly rebuke their selected prime minister and have him escorted out of the building, preferably on a rail.

The people of Greensboro need to pull their heads out of whatever they have them hidden in and, as a body, march on the council chambers and demand, demand that this individual be removed immediately.

Additionally, Guilford County citizens need to be paying attention to what the state legislature is up to. Look into Senate Bill 675 (SB675), which is designed to benefit large cities and possibly suppress the ability of small towns like Pleasant Garden, Summerfield, etc., to continue to exist and/or grow. Things like abolition of minimum lot size for single-family and two-family homes, for example. Note this would apply to all towns and would force them to allow any number of dwellings per acre.

How many communities would be able to continue to exist under these laws. Do you have to think real hard to figure out who some of those who backs it? (*cough* Guilford County Commissioner Chairman Skippy Alston and his lackeys *cough*) And I for one am quite sure small towns who incorporated in order to maintain their chosen way of life had little to no input on any of this. Thanks “elected representatives,” both (National Socialist) Democrats and Republicans.

Again, I encourage everyone, especially those that are getting tired of our “elected representatives” representing one group more than all equally, to contact these “representatives” and insist they come into the communities and talk about this and try, try to justify why they feel it’s all right to take freedom and liberty from those that chose to live their life not under the likes of those like the grand council of Greensboro.

“When, O Catiline, do you mean to cease abusing our patience? How long is that madness of yours still to mock us? When is there to be an end of that unbridled audacity of yours, swaggering about as it does now?”  Tullius Cicero, Roman senator.

Carpe diem,

Alan Marshall