A claim was made that most of the people of Britain are not serfs, as I had said, but rather are citizens. This sort of argument can be made by an inhabitant of other countries: “I’m not a serf! I’m a citizen of country x!”
The question could be raised, where do I get off calling citizens “serfs?”
Well, I’ll explain why I maintain that a citizen is a serf or slave of some kind.
Now there are a number of aspects to the relationship between that entity called “government” and those deemed its citizens, its subjects. And that word “subject” is very important because it is still a term used for people under a government.
Law is created by government. A law is a command, an order, that government imposes upon people regardless of consent. It’s an involuntary imposition. It must be obeyed or else there is usually a…
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