"You know, one of my problems with the asking of the "are you willing to die" question is that it is NEVER accompanied by the asker stating how THEY are willing to die themselves".
***Forgive me for not saying, but I am willing to die. I thought that would have been understood. Any warrior that steps onto a battle field is willing to die. The risk is always there.
"BTW, I have never noticed anyone dead who accomplished anything. I think many of us get caught up in the significance of dying for a cause at the expense of seeking the means to live long and continue fighting".
***Actualy I beg to differ. I know several white people who have died and accomplished much. All the countless whites who died conquering Africa, and other indigenous regions of the world, you claim they accomplished nothing?
They accomplished the complete rape of your mind and body, as well as your land. And not only did they accomplish that, but did the job so complete, that it left many of our people not even knowing what country they come from, or what tribe they belong to.
And what has this gaind for those dying white boys? Their decendants have been put in a position to rule over you, expliot you, and totally enslave you, to the point that all you have for your oppressor are philisophical words.
That is what they have accomplished. And if we as a people are willing to reverse this accomplishement, then you must be willing to die for it, just as they were. That is the mission of a warrior. But then again, Aristotle, Herodotus, and Plato never entered into battle.
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