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Freeman Etiquette

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7 years 1 week ago #32207 by 42kang
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As an aware and awake member of a relatively new society, an understanding of the fundamental mistakes of previous societies should be understood.

This entails correcting these flaws so that it will never result again.

What etiquette proves justifiable important enough that we should keep it in mind at all times when presenting the society as an autonomous member?
    1) Parsimony, making letters and such as concise and brief as possible without encroaching on your message give credence to our cause, a return to human interaction. Limit overly sophisticated jargon where possible.
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7 years 1 hour ago - 2 years 9 months ago #33352 by 42kang
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Should freeman letters be hand written?
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7 years 8 minutes ago #33358 by Mark-John
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A basic fundamental etiquette for a freeman could be;

Do not steal anything.
Claim only what is rightfully yours.
Understand the difference.

"anything" includes property, life and liberty.

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6 years 11 months ago #33370 by JackieG
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Freemen should not shy away from the rational discussion of politically incorrect subjects.

\\\\\\\\\\\\ Political Correctness is a doctrine, recently fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and promoted by a sick mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of shit by the clean end! \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"

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6 years 11 months ago #33373 by Michael-Douglas: Firth
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A Freeman should be accountable for his actions and should embrace the open and honest way of life often shunned by anyone in a position of authority and/or political figures

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6 years 11 months ago #33404 by Lonecrow
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Honor your contracts and do no harm to anyone else or their property.

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6 years 11 months ago #33408 by Michael-Douglas: Firth
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Lonecrow wrote: Honor your contracts and do no harm to anyone else or their property.

pretty much sums it up in one sentence eh

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6 years 11 months ago #33411 by Anonymous
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Become a close knit private movement behind closed doors and provide for ourselves what the rest of the world dont want to give each other,
speak of our business only to our Brothers and Sisters so as not to become
unwelcome or a target of suspicion or misunderstanding or fear.

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6 years 11 months ago #33417 by Lonecrow
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Michael-Douglas: Firth wrote:

Lonecrow wrote: Honor your contracts and do no harm to anyone else or their property.

pretty much sums it up in one sentence eh



I'm starting to think we need to form a society that is more secret than out in the open. We can beat them at their own game. They started the masons before that it was the templars etc. Illuminati, why not form our own lodge of free men? Secret handshakes.. important people in important places helping each other.

We'd be no better than them though....

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6 years 11 months ago #33422 by Anonymous
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Hello Lonecrow

By the facts we dont abuse other people let alone kill them and steal thier property or raise it to the ground we are not like them and never would be :)

We would never be accepted into a place of power because we dont go with thier flow, i was subjected to verbal assaults and physical assaults over a three year period during my apprentice"ship" as an silk screen printer.

I have bought in to franchises then found myself alienated or told outright we
wont be sending any work to you.

From a security point of view i think its best if we do ask permission to check backgrounds so we know why anyone wants to become a member and as long as the infromation is in the right hands id be the first in line to hand over any documentation and any proofs deemed as appropiate.

Trust is about knowing the human being and people you stand by have genuine reason to stand by you, if reason cannot be seen thats very shakey ground, its unknown grounds, Just because any organisation states in its rules "anyone considered a terrorist cannot join the organisation" does not mean the law or statute wont be brought to bear by force if such terrrorists were found, as we read in our own forums "ignorance is no excuse" ? so its not a defence ? at this point in our development we are completely vunerable to this and other threats.


All we want is a little peace! :)


A little peace of poland .... :mrgreen:

Goodnight my brothers and sisters :D

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