You can never forget, when you're killed for remembering.
Need to hammer out the quote, but I kind of like it. I hope the meaning comes across. I'd love to read similar quotes or if I accidentally pulled this from some one, I'd like to know.
@That one lurker, i like the idea. But maybe "you never forget what you might be killed for knowing" gives them the idea of the harder you try to suppress a idea or knowledge. The more it wants to be known. But that's my two cents
@voided sanity, that's fair, but it makes me think about genocides. Like, would americans know about the Armenian Genocide. When turkeys stayed policy is to not deal with any nation that recognizes it as a thing.
So maybe, "knowledge worth killing for is also worth dying for."
@That one lurker, i can get behind that. Agree or not Christianity has always been at it's strongest when it wasn't popular. When being convicted as one meant death you had to have real conviction to be One.
Military GPS was not available in China until 1990. Tanks in China in 1989…
I KNEW it!!!
…wait no No NO-
@Imaginaut, man, it was really sad when Imaginaut shot himself in the back of the head. It was even more sad that he did it in the middle of a mass grave. It was really hard to find him under all the other people that's been suicided.
But nobody knows who Tank Man was.
Oh mean people who KNEW