Quote of the Week – Allegiance to the State

“I do not want anyone killed in my name. The State has chosen an enemy, but I have no enemy. I do not accept the notion that the State can choose an enemy for me and force me to help annihilate the State’s enemy. For I was born not of the State, but of woman, sired not by the State, but by a natural man. And I have not been conveyed to the State, neither in body or soul. Therefore I must decide the degree of allegiance I choose to offer the State. I offer no cooperation with the State’s assumption of its right to kill.”

Marion Bromley

Tax resister, wife of Ernest Bromley

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