let them eat cake

 

2002 We Ended
2002 We Ended

 

i like people who are all about changing the way it is … because the way it is only helps a chosen few slave mentalities at a time.

 

I think we should all ways revolt to change and rearrange the way things are being done. I always refer back to a friend of mind at northern university named Tamika, when she said we can’t help these adults we need to save these children … TRUTH INDEED

Adults are ignorant deaf and dumb stuck in there own selfish ways … so lets break the mold and create a new system one step at a time please.

 

Whats here is not good enough anyway .. i’d recommend to all my friends or people with or anybody with children that you need to help these children grow to be a GREATER VERSION OF HUMAN BEINGS. The people that are here are to dead and creaters of death and stupidity (clothes, fashion boooooooo / over spending and being lost boooooooooo / not being aware booooooooo ..) what ever …

 

lets grow up and smell the coffee  one bean at a time

 

TAKE FROM THE RICH AND GIVE TO THE IGNORANT AND POOR 

Let them eat cake…” is a translation of the French phrase “qu’ils mangent de la brioche.” It should be noted that brioche is actually a type of highly enriched bread, rather than any type of dessert or confection. While typically attributed to Marie Antoinette, the original source is not settled among historians. English biographer, historian, and acclaimed author of Marie Antoinette: The JourneyAntonia Fraser, states:

“[Let them eat cake] was said 100 years before her by Marie-Therese, the wife of Louis XIV. It was a callous and ignorant statement and she [Marie Antoinette] was neither.”[1]

The quote, as attributed to Antoinette, was claimed to have been uttered during one of the famines that occurred in France during the reign of her and her husband, Louis XVI. Upon being alerted that her people were suffering due to widespread bread shortages, she is said to have replied, “Then let them eat cake.”[2] This type of callousness on the part of the monarchy is often referred to when studying the possible factors that may have led to the French Revolution.

FROM WIKAPEDIA

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