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1. To the oppressed on earth.
2. He should not be oppressed.
3. The oppressed had no hope of.
4. He was oppressed in everything.
5. They were oppressed and dispossessed.
6. She empowers women and the oppressed.
7. I see it in the eyes of the oppressed.

8. The bitter resentment of the oppressed.
9. His chest, too, was oppressed by asthma.
10. I said I have come to free the oppressed.
11. Their life-styles should not be oppressed.
12. He felt a little oppressed, but cheerful.
13. Rehaboam oppressed the people with high taxes.
14. Grow weary and oppressed! In vain the wizards.
15. He saw that people who were oppressed by the.
16. It has given hope to many an oppressed citizen.
17. And the oppressed think that it's long overdue.
18. His room was cold, but he was oppressed by heat.
19. It says Paul being grieved, or feeling oppressed.
20. As he heard it his heart was oppressed with grief.
21. You have come with peace, and we have oppressed you.
22. Its advantage for the oppressed is only that he is.
23. I was only insufferably oppressed by her being here.
24. With those words the people were even more oppressed.
25. Its advantages for the oppressed is only that he is.
26. I must freely admit that his blackness oppressed me.
27. OPPRESSORS, THEY ARE THE OPPRESSED; THEY ARE NOT THE.
28. I care not of what party a man be, that is oppressed.
29. The sense of loss oppressed me even before Alex left.
30. He saved those oppressed from those who had aggressed.
31. Suspect instead claimed solidarity with the oppressed.
32. They help the oppressed whenever and wherever they can.
33. He keenly sympathizedwith the oppressed, and felt that.
34. It was the deacon, still oppressed by a feeling of guilt.
35. We were on a mission to save a people who were oppressed.
36. One feels oneself oppressed by a terrible discouragement.
37. He talked with fishermen, poor, ill and oppressed people.
38. The people of the heart are crushed, exploited, oppressed.
39. They are better organized than the masses of oppressed poor.
40. It is controlled and suppressed and repressed and oppressed.
41. Liputin threw up his hands with an air of oppressed innocence.
42. My main interest is that your wife should not be oppressed.
43. He was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his.
44. I have succored the oppressed, I have comforted the suffering.
45. He felt more and more oppressed by a strange physical weakness.
46. But it was a hysterical laugh; he was feeling terribly oppressed.
47. They are the ones who legally have killed the poor and oppressed.
48. Do you support the poor starving oppressed billions of the world?
49. A pope for the Moslems, why not? More than a billion oppressed.
50. The dank night-smells of the river and the damp forest oppressed him.
51. I told him that this was because women were too oppressed to be hobos.
52. I see it in the eyes of the oppressed The children who are depressed.
53. They would not prosper and would be oppressed and robbed continually.
54. For about an hour they went on, silently, in single file, oppressed by.
55. They have oppressed you with ceremonies and enslaved you by traditions.
56. No majority has been oppressed without letting themselves be oppressed.
57. Because everyone feels unequal, oppressed, enslaved in a different way.
58. Verse 7: HE WAS OPPRESSED, AND HE WAS AFFLICTED, YET HE DID NOT OPEN HIS.
59. She said I oppressed her by leaning over the bed, and again demanded water.
60. The midmorning heat oppressed him far less than it would have on the coast.
61. This pleased her, yet his presence made her feel constrained and oppressed.
62. Real life oppressed me with its novelty so much that I could hardly breathe.
63. Apes was there to save me -the weak and the oppressed, from this menacing man.
64. The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.
65. How these hundreds of millions of poor were oppressed, lied-to… manipulated.
66. Every human who has ever been oppressed in any way whatsoever: possesses anger.
67. Marianne was in a silent agony, too much oppressed even for tears; but as Mrs.
68. He felt oppressed and stifled and, as it were, ill at ease at having come here.
69. Owen stood up and began walking about the room, oppressed with a kind of terror.
70. Just before WW1, the millions of oppressed European poor were becoming too aware.
71. The patriotism of the oppressed nationalities does not form an exception to this.
72. Jesus spent his time with the oppressed, enslaved, exploited and the physically ill.
73. So Saul, the Bible tells us of King Saul in 1 Samuel 16, Verse 14, he was oppressed.
74. It was something white by the door- the statue of a sphinx, which also oppressed him.
75. They use the oppressed, and poor, as laboratory rats to make their drugs that often.
76. Now he was satisfied and ready to fight another war for the downtrodden and oppressed.
77. It was something white by the door—the statue of a sphinx, which also oppressed him.
78. They would not prosper and would be oppressed and robbed continually [Deuteronomy 28:29].
79. They would not prosper and would be oppressed and robbed continually (Deuteronomy 28:29).
80. They would not prosper and would be oppressed and robbed continual y (Deuteronomy 28:29).
81. To Thamoud We gave the she-camel as a visible sign, yet they oppressed themselves by it.
82. Christian Rome has always knowingly deceived (and oppressed) billions over the centuries.
83. Numa's breathing became more and more oppressed, and his large chest heaved convulsively.
84. The US Government openly supported the banks; and openly oppressed its own poor citizens.
85. Real spirituality is a savage insurrection, the oppressed rising up in a do-or-die bid.
86. As a child, oppressed, controlled and disciplined by larger, taller, more powerful adults.
87. Russia had become a culture of peasant landowners who were no longer oppressed or massacred.
88. I was born in a family that lived in a country that was brutally exploited and oppressed by.
89. Romans were acutely aware how dangerous it was to surround themselves with oppressed people.
90. Small–Poor and oppressed, of little earthly power when compared to the beasts, horses, etc.
91. The Industrial Revolution of 1700-1800 created a new class of oppressed industrialized slaves.
92. The strongest energy is the energy that has been crushed the hardest and oppressed the worst.
93. All the time that I tried to help others, the poor, the oppressed and such, Jesus was working.
94. Ephraim is oppressed and broken in judgment, because he willingly walked after the commandment.
95. Islam have been greatly deceived and oppressed by the agents and machinations of Christian Rome.
96. The human species is ruled and oppressed and manipulated by fear and hate and avaricious greed.
97. Decades of oppressed feelings and memories cracked his thinned shell and roared out from within.
98. Why? Because the oppressed masses had no culture of self-responsibility, freedom, or self-esteem.
99. They’d figured out their angle, which was also the truth: Harry was an oppressed musical giant.
100. Jesus destroyed this model and the idea of the masses being perpetually oppressed by their rulers.
1. To the oppressing city.
2. He was not the one oppressing the Serbs.
3. Police, law: the justice-killing oppressing machine.
4. We have surrendered to you, but now the Nogays are oppressing us.
5. The oppressors cannot stop oppressing, even if they should wish to do so.
6. They serve the greedy that have been oppressing, enslaving and exploiting.
7. The sky was dark with dreary clouds hung low with an oppressing feeling about them.
8. All the revolutions in history are only examples of the more wicked seizing power and oppressing the good.
9. Babylon, and him who handles the sickle in the time of harvest, for fear of the oppressing sword they shall turn everyone to his.
10. People in the industrialised West liked to accuse other cultures of oppressing their womenfolk, but Western society could be just as oppressive.
11. The Roamin’ Romans who began the insane idea of not only raiding another tribe’s territory… but also oppressing them as absentee landlords.
12. Besides: by that time: these castle killers spoke a completely different dialect from the poor they had been robbing and oppressing for centuries.
13. All in order to hoodwink the masses into loving them… even as they kept on oppressing them and starving them and destroying them by the millions.
14. He was faced with the choice to either launch full-scale rebellion and war against the oppressing state, or to give himself as a martyr to the people.
15. The more oppressing patterns you keep in your mind and the more suffering you hold in your heart, the lower will be the integrity of your consciousness.
16. He was gasping for breath, however; he felt so oppressed — so oppressed; he felt that all those eyes fastened upon him were oppressing and dominating him.
17. Yet they and all the rest of the human species: still obey their masters, and obey the laws that keep the powerful and the rich oppressing us in their real lives….
18. Insensitive people of the higher, the oppressing classes, and those who have drowned their consciences, if they do not suffer from their consciences, suffer from fear and hatred.
19. Pursuing your negative policies based on injustices and denied to equality and by oppressing these people you have dragged them to such pitch that that they have caught you from collar.
20. They are still backwards, raped peasant societies: with powerful robber barons oppressing them, robbing them, and killing them: still aping and copying the tactics of Alexander the Great.
21. Yet at the same time everyone sees all round him the division of men into two castes—the one, laboring, oppressed, poor, and suffering, the other idle, oppressing, luxurious, and profligate.
22. I’m sorry to disclose that the old books report little more than wave after successive wave of malevolent forces who marauded the Regions of Gaea, oppressing and destroying with rampant abandon.
23. I repeat that a man who has money may buy up and monopolise all the corn and kill others by starvation, completely oppressing them, as it has frequently happened before our own eyes on a very large scale.
24. The conditions which depended on Great Britain, he knew, never would be yielded, and that which depended on ourselves was nothing short of war with England or our own citizens, by oppressing them with a perpetual embargo.
25. It seemed to me that nobody would take care of her like me and that without me she would simply fade away from her bad thoughts and the oppressing atmosphere of the ward where all her neighbors just spoke about their diseases.
26. The oppressing sight, and especially the stifling atmosphere, quelled even his energy, and he went from cell to cell, saying nothing but All right to the inspector’s remarks about what prisoners there were in each cell.
27. Why? Because upsetting any authority whatsoever, no matter how sick, or evil or insane, or oppressing that authority may be: if it is successfully challenged and toppled: then every other authority in the world is threatened also.
28. She felt her eyes opening wider and wider, her fingers and toes twitching nervously, something within oppressing her breathing, while all shapes and sounds seemed in the uncertain half-light to strike her with unaccustomed vividness.
29. How, then, can the necessity of painful, oppressing work be advantageous for men? If the question were only for the advantage of some men without any consideration of the welfare of all, then it might be most advantageous for some men to eat others.
30. And just as in a dream, his position becoming more and more painful, at last reaches such a pitch of intensity that he begins sometimes to doubt the reality of what is passing and makes a moral effort to shake off the nightmare which is oppressing him.
31. All those in authority affirm that their office is required in order that the unprincipled may be hindered from oppressing the innocent, implying thereby that they themselves, being virtuous, are protecting other virtuous men from the malice of the evil-doer.
32. In such a situation, he would have no occasion to give himself any concern about them, further than to keep the peace among them, in the same manner as among the rest of his subjects, that is, to hinder them from persecuting, abusing, or oppressing one another.
33. He also talked to Hilderich about how him and Olom united their efforts with the same purpose of liberating the people first from ignorance and then from the dogmatic yoke of the oppressing Ruling Council, relaying to him how bright and hopeful those times had seemed.
34. I used to have black dog days, they'd go on for days, but they're actually a spirit of heaviness oppressing me, that I just thought was me - until the day I realised it wasn't me, and began to contend to have dominion over it, so I could live in the presence of the spirit of God.
35. If you are a bad, negative fellow, if a material nature predominates in you, if you try to obtain material goods for yourself at the expense of oppressing others, that is, by harming them, and at the same time you don’t try to change yourself, then you will be in trouble there.
36. In order to convert uncivilized nations who do us no harm, whom we have no motive for oppressing, we ought, above all, to leave them in peace, and act upon them only by our showing them an example of the Christian virtues of patience, meekness, temperance, purity, and brotherly love.
37. The list goes on and on… from Mexico, to Japan, to the Philippines, to Brazil, to Korea: as banks try desperately to stabilize economies that are run by criminals who are oppressing and impoverishing the poor, ignorant powerless masses who can barely manage to make enough money to get by.
38. Whoever I may be, whether I belong to the well-to-do—the oppressing class—or to the oppressed laboring class, in either case the disadvantages of non-submission are less numerous than the disadvantages of submission, and the advantages of non-submission greater than those of submission.
39. Franz Ferdinand was also culpable: instead of calling into question the right of imperial monarchs to rule as literal gods, the archduke chose to turn the corrupt chance of becoming emperor into a show of power, a military show of force to the Serbs that he was oppressing and taxing into starvation, into a private family reunion with his wife and children.
40. These little settlements, too, were under the government of an exclusive company, which had the sole right, both of purchasing the surplus produce of the colonies, and of supplying them with such goods of other countries as they wanted, and which, therefore, both in its purchases and sales, had not only the power of oppressing them, but the greatest temptation to do so.
41. If some men affirm that the liberation from violence, or even its weakening, may be effected, should the oppressed people overthrow the oppressing government by force and substitute a new one for it, a government in which such violence and enslavement would not be necessary, and if some men actually try to do so, they only deceive themselves and others by it, and thus fail to improve men's condition, and even make it worse.
42. To bring under the sway of Christianity savage nations who do not attack us and whom we have therefore no excuse for oppressing, we ought before all things to leave them in peace, and in case we need or wish to enter into closer relations with them, we ought only to influence them by Christian manners and Christian teaching, setting them the example of the Christian virtues of patience, meekness, endurance, purity, brotherhood, and love.
43. If there were no men who would be ready at the will of the authorities to torture and kill every person pointed out to them, it could never occur to a landed proprietor to take away from the peasants a forest which had been raised by them, nor to the officials to consider legal the payment to them of salaries, which are collected from the hungry masses, for oppressing them, to say nothing of executing men, or locking them up, or exiling them, because they overthrow the lie and preach the truth.
44. And so we see this man, without the least trouble of mind or doubt that people will believe in his sincerity, organizing an agricultural exhibition, or a temperance society, or sending some soup and stockings by his wife or children to three old women, and boldly in his family, in drawing rooms, in committees, and in the press, advocating the Gospel or humanitarian doctrine of love for one's neighbor in general and the agricultural laboring population in particular whom he is continually exploiting and oppressing.
45. Everybody knows this with absolute certainty and with his whole being, and at the same time not only sees all about him the division of men into two castes: one, which is working, is oppressed, in need, in suffering, and the other, idle, oppressing, and living in luxury and pleasure,—he not only sees this, but involuntarily from one side or another takes part in this division of men, which his reason rejects, and he cannot help but suffer from the consciousness of such a contradiction and from participation in it.
46. But science, true science,—such science as would really deserve the respect which is now claimed by the followers of one (the least important) part of science,—is not at all such as this: real science lies in knowing what we should and what we should not believe, in knowing how the associated life of man should and should not be constituted; how to treat sexual relations, how to educate children, how to use the land, how to cultivate it oneself without oppressing other people, how to treat foreigners, how to treat animals, and much more that is important for the life of man.
47. Then there are the following attendant on these: helping widows looking after orphans and the needy rescuing the servants of God from necessities the being hospitable-for in hospitality good-doing finds a field-never opposing anyone the being quiet having fewer needs than all men reverencing the aged practising righteousness watching the brotherhood bearing insolence being long-suffering encouraging those who are sick in soul not casting those who have fallen into sin from the faith but turning them back and restoring them to peace of mind admonishing sinners not oppressing debtors and the needy and if there are any other actions like these.
1. He who oppresses the poor.
2. But instead, he oppresses them.
3. The poor man who oppresses the.
4. That’s why a bad thought oppresses.
5. Nothing oppresses the heart like symmetry.
6. You know that capital oppresses the laborer.
7. It neither favours the great, nor oppresses the smaller dealer.
8. This is why the current world system so flagrantly oppresses Africans, Arabs, and other non-.
9. Be gracious to me, O God, for man has trampled upon me; fighting all day long he oppresses me (Psalm 56:1).
10. Bombarding people with incessant whines for help and complaints of lack oppresses them with fear, impotence and panic.
11. In short: every authority figure, every evil elite class that oppresses the masses, and stands as an icon of unquestioned respectability.
12. And these lines occur at the end of a passage in which the king laments the "ceremony" that oppresses him and confesses that but for it he would be "but a man.
13. The difference between the genius of the British constitution, which protects and governs North America, and that of the mercantile company which oppresses and domineers in.
14. When a landed nation on the contrary, oppresses, either by high duties or by prohibitions, the trade of foreign nations, it necessarily hurts its own interest in two different ways.
15. Here are all men free, and none oppresses the others or keeps them in slavery; but money appears in society and immediately an iron law exists, in consequence of which rent increases and wages diminish to the minimum.
16. The gentleman told you, in speaking of the Maryland elections, that the film is removed from the eyes of the people, and that in discerning their true interests, they saw it was the embargo, and not the Orders in Council, which oppresses them.
17. Every human who is rich: and oppresses and terrorizes those beneath them into states of abject fear and paranoia and servitude: have something to hide: and are all guilty of committing crimes against humans less powerful and poorer than they are.
18. Where can the necessary supply of cotton be procured? For, thank God! while we are making a sacrifice of that article, it goes to the injury of Great Britain who oppresses us, and whose present importation is not equal to one-half her ordinary consumption.
19. He oppresses the weak who are under his leadership (his brothers, his students, or his workers), and inclines to harm all of the animals, especially cats, just to oppose God’s messenger’s direction (cpth): Be kind and generous with the cat (the male and the female).
20. To live as do the rich, idle people, especially the women, far from nature and from animals, in artificial conditions, with muscles atrophied or misdeveloped by gymnastics, and with enfeebled vital energy, would be impossible were it not for what is called art—for this occupation and amusement which hides from them the meaninglessness of their lives, and saves them from the dullness that oppresses them.
21. As long as poor people do not realize they are a class… then this nominal success of the exception: the one-in-a-hundred long shot, this belief in random, blind, meaningless luck rather than hard work, this addiction to lotteries, and gambling… this belief in struggling within a system which oppresses them… without tearing down that system to its roots… will keep the billions of poor: Poor forever.
22. And so this man, without the least compunction, and without any misgivings as to his being believed, arranges an agricultural exhibition, or a temperance society, or through his wife and children sends jackets and soup to three old women, and in his family, in drawing-rooms, committees, the press, boldly preaches the Gospel or humane love of one's neighbour in general, and of that working agricultural class in particular which he constantly torments and oppresses.
23. What will result from the circumstance that I, and another, and a third, and a tenth man, do not despise physical labour, but consider it necessary for our happiness, for the calming of our consciences, and for our safety? This will result from it,—that one, two, three, ten men, coming into conflict with no one, without violence either of government or of revolution, will solve for themselves the problem which is before all the world, and which has appeared unsolvable; and they will solve it in such a way that life will become for them a good thing: their consciences will be calm, and the evil which oppresses them will cease to be dreadful to them.
24. According to the bearings and variations of those lights, should the statesmen of such a country adjust their policy—always bearing in mind two assurances, as fundamental principles of action, which the nature of things teaches, that, although temporary circumstances—party spirit, local rivalries, personal jealousies, suggestions of subordinate interests—may weaken, or even destroy, for a time, the influence of the leading and permanent interests of any great section of the country, yet those interests must ultimately and necessarily predominate, and swallow up all these local, and temporary, and personal, and subordinate considerations; in other words, the minor interests will soon begin to realize the essential connection which exists between their prosperity and the prosperity of those great interests which, in such sections of the country, nature has made predominant; and that no political connection among free States can be lasting, or ought to be, which systematically oppresses, or systematically refuses to protect, the vital interests of any of the sovereignties which compose it.

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1. How can he oppress them after all that?!.
2. Grecians did oppress Israel with servitude.
3. They love their leaders who legally oppress them.
4. They owe obedience to laws that oppress them legally.
5. Laws are passed to protect the rich and oppress the poor.
6. A special form of misery had begun to oppress him of late.
7. The oppressors, though they may see it, cannot cease to oppress.
8. The wicked will always dominate the good, and will always oppress them.
9. Who had no land, no master, and no church to care for them or oppress them.
10. The silence began to oppress the princess and she tried to catch someone’s eye.
11. It should be clear that widespread greed and selfishness helps them to oppress.
12. Viewing her in these lights, a regret for his hasty judgement began to oppress him.
13. He shall learn what it is to do as he pleases under me, and to oppress my people.
14. We belong to the laws which we have made for our protection, and which oppress us.
15. We belong to the laws which we have called into life to protect us, but which oppress us.
16. They undertook great efforts to steal the knowledge of others and then oppress them, which.
17. The things that oppress and control you: are the things that you consider to be most normal.
18. All that would result, would be that the bad would oppress and outrage the good with impunity.
19. If you continue to oppress the Martian people, though, then you can expect no mercy on our part.
20. But in Europe a reaction occurred and the sovereigns once again all began to oppress their subjects.
21. She was afraid to become a burden to her husband and even more to oppress her children with her illness.
22. It would serve only to provide the vicious and unprincipled with an opportunity to oppress the innocent.
23. Any government that uses this force to harry, cajole, intimidate and oppress individuals is a force for pure evil.
24. It is incorrect to think that such a crisis can cure us of the political and economical calamities which oppress us.
25. And suddenly there is no rage-filled God of a Master to oppress you and order you around and tell you what to do….
26. These are in turn replaced by new oppressors, less despotic than the former, but rougher than those whom they oppress.
27. From now on know that all your oppression with which you oppress is written down every day till the day of your judgement.
28. The Khanate does not oppress or tax heavily and they give us all peace, safety, and even protection from natural disasters.
29. And it is as unnatural for the farming interest to oppress the commercial, as it is for the parent to abandon its offspring.
30. Every class of minority Elite in the World understands itself better as a class than the majority class of people they oppress.
31. From from now on know that all your oppression with which you oppress is written down every day till the day of your judgement.
32. Men are not to be frightened by being told that the wicked will oppress the good, because that is the natural course, and will never change.
33. They argued that they needed a queen and the countries around them needed to see that they had a queen in order not to try and oppress them.
34. They allowed foreign conquerors to come in, and invade them and oppress them without lifting one finger against them for one thousand years.
35. No one is attacking our country; and there are more among the governors who destroy social order, than there are among those whom they oppress.
36. The sovereign himself can never have either interest or inclination to pervert the order of justice, or to oppress the great body of the people.
37. Just so they could amass enough power and wealth to oppress and tyrannize the States and citizens, and never be threatened by a citizen uprising again.
38. It is really a shame to think how little is needed for all men to be freed from all those calamities which now oppress them; they need only stop lying.
39. Once the masses realize these scum will to stay in power: then they openly become exposed as the mortal enemies of all the millions they are trying to oppress.
40. Stop serving darkness and traveling its twisted paths and walk in the clear light of the Creator’s word and He shall set you free from all who would oppress you.
41. And after they toppled the regime… instead of taking their own power back from their oppressors, these blind fools went home and let another regime oppress them.
42. According to Freud, the unconscious has no bottom, but if it had one that is where the guilty feelings that determine and oppress the lives of human beings would reside.
43. But, he further added, it is mayhap to relieve the pentup feelings that in common oppress them for I have more than once observed that birds of a feather laugh together.
44. The champions of government assert that without it the wicked will oppress and outrage the good, and that the power of the government enables the good to resist the wicked.
45. At one end of the scale are institutions that allow people to make their own judgments, at the other end are institutions that allow an elite to rule, dominate, and oppress.
46. Croesus’ father was Alyattes II who was the first King to oppress the Ionian Greek cities and create an Empire that became richer than the older Empires of Babylon and Egypt.
47. She was nervous and worn out with watching and worry, and in that unreasonable frame of mind which the best of mothers occasionally experience when domestic cares oppress them.
48. To compel the lower classes, which are more numerous, to oppress and ill treat themselves, even at the cost of actions opposed to their conscience, it was necessary to deceive them.
49. The loathing sense of disgust which had begun to oppress him on his way to the old woman's house had now become so intense that he longed to find some way of escape from the torture.
50. All the invidious restraints which at present oppress the trade of Ireland, the distinction between the enumerated and non-enumerated commodities of America, would be entirely at an end.
51. These women and mothers of our wealthy classes are those in whose hands, more than in any others, lies the salvation of the men of our sphere in life, from the calamities which oppress them.
52. God’s mercy requires afflicting them with disasters and trouble and letting others oppress them in order to make them repent and resort to their God Since they have the ability to be good.
53. And they do oppress, in spite of their seeming concern for the welfare of the labouring people, for an eight-hour day, for the prohibition to employ children and women, for pensions and rewards.
54. Helping dictators to oppress their countries: Churches have also helped right-wing dictators in Spain, Portugal, and Vietnam on the grounds that they were standing up against the spread of communism.
55. For example, when a woman is possessed by the devil, such a magician will exhaust and oppress her increasingly over time, in a way that will make her family turn to one who they believe can relieve her.
56. That is why Europeans managed to colonize, rape, pillage and oppress the rest of the world’s existing cultures… because they did not consider any new, strange, barbaric cultures as even being human.
57. If we cast our eyes to proceedings elsewhere constitutionally held on the same subject, we shall find that it is to remain still farther to oppress and burden the people of this country with increased rigor.
58. I don't want to oppress or torment anyone and I won't, but I know that if I did want to ruin some man, some enemy of mine, no one could prevent me, and every one would serve me, and that would be enough again.
59. Every human has the moral authority and ethical right, to kill anyone who tries to kill them… All humans have the moral, ethical, karmic, and spiritual authority; to oppress anyone who tries to oppress them.
60. It was corrupted and poisoned into an elitist organization; it became just another elitist snobbery of ‘higher spirituality’; just like all the other elite pyramidal social structures that oppress mankind.
61. To compel the lower, most numerous classes of men to oppress and torment themselves, committing with this such acts as are contrary to their conscience, it was necessary to deceive these lower, most numerous classes.
62. Adopt this provision, you will thereby create an Herculean power, which will have at its mercy all the minor institutions of the States; thus constituted, it can oppress and destroy them, as whim or interest may dictate.
63. In declaring that if their authority did not exist the more wicked would oppress the good, the ruling authorities only show their disinclination to let other oppressors come to power who would like to snatch it from them.
64. All these lads, peasants for the most part, know what is the business they have come about; they know that the landowners always oppress their brothers the peasants, and that therefore it is most likely the same thing here.
65. So that the very violence which the champions of government hold up as a terror—pretending that except for its oppressive power the wicked would oppress the good—has really always existed and will exist in human society.
66. When they say that except for the government the bad would oppress the good, they take it for granted that the good are those who at the present time are in possession of power, and the bad are those who are in subjection to it.
67. Let any mass of people inside an artificial packed mass called a city free of the constraints and brainwashing of the elite who oppress them, and they will leave that unnatural ghetto environment and find a better place to live.
68. How much do we want to love, are we willing to love, to what cost, to what end? To what depth does anyone want to be loved, to love, to have wants and needs met, to manipulate, to oppress, to care, to be partners in companionship?
69. The world had gone to pot, but there was no lack of finery for the elite, who could still afford their high lifestyles, thanks to the suffering of the many they helped to oppress by means of restrictive government policies and taxes.
70. They had started off well enough, in spite of some resistance from cities like Thorncut and Dalandaniss, as well as an obvious reluctance by O'Connor towards using the ogres as a means to deter those foolhardy enough to oppress his ideals.
71. It comes from an order of men, whose interest is never exactly the same with that of the public, who have generally an interest to deceive and even to oppress the public, and who accordingly have, upon many occasions, both deceived and oppressed it.
72. They know what punishments are visited upon those who attempt to resist the organized system of pillage, but so far from abandoning or concealing their luxurious habits, they flaunt them in the faces of those whom they oppress and by whom they are hated.
73. You do not have to worry about all of the American fleets around the world upholding their orders to support all the dictators in the world and oppress all the billions of powerless dispossessed poor so you can but gas cheaper than anywhere else on earth.
74. Crawford, and said, It is not merely in temper that I consider him as totally unsuited to myself; though, in that respect, I think the difference between us too great, infinitely too great: his spirits often oppress me; but there is something in him which I object to still more.
75. The error arises from the learned jurists deceiving themselves and others, by asserting that government is not what it really is, one set of men banded together to oppress another set of men, but, as shown by science, is the representation of the citizens in their collective capacity.
76. The same thing has happened in modern consumer culture: all upwardly mobile, middle-class consumers: have been brainwashed by the consumer media to worship and idolize the very bastards who kill them and jail them and fine them, and oppress them: doctors: the hospital killing machine.
77. A debt collector may not engage in any conduct where the natural consequence of which is to harass, oppress, or abuse any person in connection with the collection of a debt? Without limiting the general application of the foregoing, the following conduct is a violation of this section:.
78. As a result: for untold thousands of years, billions of terrified weak, brainwashed: aurally poisoned living humans: secretly controlled and manipulated by unseen undead: have allowed a tint tiny! Handful of the most evilly possessed living humans to dominate and oppress and terrorize them.
79. The object, besides, of the greater part of the bye-laws of all regulated companies, as well as of all other corporations, is not so much to oppress those who are already members, as to discourage others from becoming so; which may be done, not only by a high fine, but by many other contrivances.
80. But since this is not the case, but quite the contrary, that it is not the better oppress the worse, but the worse oppress the better, and since violence will never put an end to evil, and there is, moreover, another means of putting an end to it, the assertion that violence will never cease is incorrect.
81. Whence comes the great power of money, which strikes us all with a sense of its injustice and cruelty? Why is one man, by the means of money, to have dominion over others? Science says, It comes from the division of the factors of production, and from the consequent combinations which oppress the worker.
82. In other countries, rent and profit eat up wages, and the two superior orders of people oppress the inferior one ; but in new colonies, the interest of the two superior orders obliges them to treat the inferior one with more generosity and humanity, at least where that inferior one is not in a state of slavery.
83. But the Dutch government soon began to oppress the Portuguese colonists, who, instead of amusing themselves with complaints, took arms against their new masters, and by their own valour and resolution, with the connivance, indeed, but without any avowed assistance from the mother country, drove them out of Brazil.
84. In such circumstances, to prohibit the servants of the company from trading upon their own account, can have scarce any other effect than to enable its superior servants, under pretence of executing their master's order, to oppress such of the inferior ones as have had the misfortune to fall under their displeasure.
85. By granting them the farm of their own town in fee, he took away from those whom he wished to have for his friends, and, if one may say so, for his allies, all ground of jealousy and suspicion, that he was ever afterwards to oppress them, either by raising the farm-rent of their town, or by granting it to some other farmer.
86. The menacing majesty of Enjolras disarmed and motionless, appeared to oppress this tumult, and this young man, haughty, bloody, and charming, who alone had not a wound, who was as indifferent as an invulnerable being, seemed, by the authority of his tranquil glance, to constrain this sinister rabble to kill him respectfully.
87. As to our commerce being driven from the ocean, I am not disposed to take a lengthy retrospect, or to examine minutely in order to discover which of our enemies, England or France, was the first aggressor; it is sufficient for me that both France and England have done nearly all in their power to harass and oppress us in every imaginable way.
88. It was probably in imitation of them, and to put themselves upon a level with those who, they found, were disposed to oppress them, that the country gentlemen and farmers of Great Britain so far forgot the generosity which is natural to their station, as to demand the exclusive privilege of supplying their countrymen with corn and butcher's meat.
89. It was about the same time that the French and English began mutually to oppress each other's industry, by the like duties and prohibitions, of which the French, however, seem to have set the first example, The spirit of hostility which has subsisted between the two nations ever since, has hitherto hindered them from being moderated on either side.
90. The misapprehension springs from the fact that the learned jurists, deceiving themselves as well as others, depict in their books an ideal of government,—not as it really is, an assembly of men who oppress their fellow-citizens, but in accordance with the scientific postulate, as a body of men who act as the representatives of the rest of the nation.
91. The state, that is, the armed oppressors, decide what they want from those whom they oppress (as in the case of England and the Fiji-Islanders): they decide how much labour they want from their slaves,—they decide how many assistants they will need in collecting the fruits of this labour; they organize their assistants in the shape of soldiers, land-owners, and collectors of taxes.
92. But, when it is recollected that your legislative acts have been held out to your fellow-citizens and to foreign nations, promising a perseverance in our restrictive measures against such nation as shall continue to oppress our commerce by her unlawful edicts, I consider our faith as pledged to the nation, that, according to the recession of one belligerent, or perseverance of the other, we were to shape our course.
93. If there were no men ready at the bidding of the authorities to torture and murder, the landowner would never dream of seizing a forest which had been tended by the peasants; nor would officials consider themselves entitled to salaries paid to them from money wrung from the famished people whom they oppress, or which they derive for the prosecution, imprisonment, and exile of men who denounce falsehood and preach the truth.
94. The governments of our day—all of them, the most despotic and the liberal alike—have become what Herzen so well called "Ghenghis Khan with the telegraph;" that is to say, organizations of violence based on no principle but the grossest tyranny, and at the same time taking advantage of all the means invented by science for the peaceful collective social activity of free and equal men, used by them to enslave and oppress their fellows.
95. But directly after them again the worst, coarsest, least Christian elements of society rise to the top, and are subjected to the same process as their predecessors, and again in a generation or so, seeing the vanity of what is gained by violence, and having imbibed Christianity, they come down again among the oppressed, and their place is again filled by new oppressors, less brutal than former oppressors, though more so than those they oppress.
96. And therefore the assertion of the champions of the state, that if the power of government were suppressed the wicked would oppress the good, not only fails to show that that is to be dreaded, since it is just what happens now, but proves, on the contrary, that it is governmental power which enables the wicked to oppress the good, and is the evil most desirable to suppress, and that it is being gradually suppressed in the natural course of things.
97. It is these considerations, combined with those terrible implements of war which are at the disposal of modern science, that are retarding the moment of the declaration of war and are maintaining the existing temporary order of things, which might be prolonged for an indefinite time, if it were not for those terrible expenses that oppress the European nations and threaten to bring them to no lesser calamities than those which are produced by war.
98. But immediately after them other, worse, coarser, less Christian elements of society rise to the top, again are subjected to the same process as their predecessors, and again in one or a few generations, having experienced the vanity of the fruits of violence and being permeated by Christianity, descend to the level of the violated, and again make place for new, less coarse violators than the preceding ones, but coarser than those whom they oppress.
99. It must, however, be admitted that the exchange of views between the interested nations will to a certain extent aid in the international agreement and will make possible a considerable diminution of the military expenses, which now oppress the European nations at the expense of the solution of social questions, the necessity of which is felt by every state individually, threatening to provoke an internal war in the effort to avert one from without.
100. He knew that his rule would be over the instant he had served Amalric's purpose; he knew, too, that so long as he continued to oppress his native kingdom the Nemedian would suffer him to reign, for Amalric wished to crush Aquilonia into ultimate submission, to destroy its last shred of independence, and then at last to seize it himself, rebuild it after his own fashion with his vast wealth, and use its men and natural resources to wrest the crown of Nemedia from Tarascus.

Synonyms for oppressed