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When is it time to "shoot the bastards"?

Post#1 » Sat Oct 29, 2005 9:15 am

When is it time to "shoot the bastards"?


Synopsis: When is it time to start shooting the bastards that are destroying America?
Source: World News Stand
Published: October 28, 2005 Author: Ed Lewis
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WHEN IS IT TIME TO
"SHOOT THE BASTARDS" ?

by Ed Lewis
elewis@shighway.com

Many months ago I read an article by Claire Wolfe in which she used the phrase “shoot the bastards”, when she stated: “America's at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.”

I agreed with her comments, and do so now, but am seriously wondering just when is it time to start shooting the bastards that are destroying America.

Even Gandhi recognized the potential necessity of violence, saying:


“He who cannot protect himself or his nearest and dearest or their honor by non-violently facing death, may and ought to do so by violently dealing with the oppressor. He who can do neither of the two is a burden.”

“Is It Time Yet?”, also by Claire Wolfe.
http://www.loompanics.com/Articles/isittimeyet.html
Then, a friend e-mailed me an article by Liz Michael found at –
http://www.lizmichael.com/birdword.htm

In her article, Ms. Michaels has drawn the line in the sand that she will not permit government or its enforcers to cross. I agree with her, that it is time that we do draw the lines we will not permit government law enforcers of de facto law to cross.

We have inherent, inalienable rights that no man or group of men has the authority to interfere with. They are not rights granted by government, but are rights that exist without any written word, rights that existed long before man could speak, let alone write.

However, to assure government would stay in its place – to provide protection of all human rights by defending our shores and accomplishing tasks for us, such as assuring such control of all artificial persons, including themselves – the founders of this land of ours wrote and then got the Constitution for the united states of America ratified.

This document was meant to limit government to never ever interfering with human rights. Every state constitution must abide with this document of supreme Law and prohibitions on government, with all statutes or ordinances written by government also complying.

To assure even further that government understood its role, the framers added articles of amendment, the first ten of which are commonly called the “Bill of Rights”. Should any be violated, or the provisions of the basic constitution be violated, then it is treason, and those that act so are traitors to America and the American people.

This land was founded on the provisions outlined most effectively by the Magna Charta, Common (Natural) Law, and the Ten Commandments. Never were God-given rights to be violated – they are INALIENABLE.

Thus, the basic law that applies to the people is that we can do anything we want so long as we do not intentionally harm another or damage his property.

However, this is not so with “persons in law” that are nothing more than imaginary fictions that have been given certain privileges – but no immunities to suit or prosecution – by agreement (meaning by contract) – and including Oaths of Office.

Such includes officials, those appointed or hired by officials, corporations created by persons in government, franchised commercial operators, licensed persons, and all other “citizens of the United States” created by the 14th Amendment.

None of these include We the People who are by birthright “Citizens of the United States” (meaning the People of the united states of America). We are not privileged persons – we are human beings that need no permission to do as we will from any other but particularly permission is not needed from any government body politic.

Huge frauds have been committed against the people of our land. You and I have been ripped off year after year for nearly or all of our lives by greedy no good dirty rotten traitors to America that we call “public/civil servants”.

First of all, People, all public property belongs to us. We only gave authority for government to regulate artificial persons using our – for example – roadways for commercial purposes, and to assure those conducting commercial operations on our property do not endanger us as they make commercial use of our roadways and other properties.

Therefore, all licensing is directed at commerce and the persons engaging in it that hold some sort of privilege granted by governing bodies, but not human beings.

Furthermore, safety measures, such as inspections and seat belts, are also – and can only be – aimed at persons in commercial activities, not human beings in their private travels in conveyances owned privately and used for private purposes.

In regard to firearms, no group has any authority to regulate what weapons are owned or carried by human beings, except in the federal zone. If one can afford – an extreme example – to buy a tank, then one may own and operate it on our public roads. Come to understand that Government may only regulate artificial persons, including those very few that have been determined by the people to be too dangerous to allow handling of firearms or other weapons or, in other words, those that are an extreme danger to themselves and others.

This does not include all felons, as government has so distorted the justice system that what is often considered a felony is most often only revenue generating for the gain of government, and not because of a crime committed against another human being – no victim, no crime.

Think. Do actual victims get redress, or does the State government (including its chartered local governments) profit from crimes or so-called “crimes” that do not exist because of no victims? From experience, it is always the government that gets redress that should have gone to the victim – or no prosecution at all because of there being no victim.

However, because of the profit made by government, prisons that have been privatized for the gain of government and its friends are full of people who have committed no crime.

This also applies to all drug control measures, as we each have the choice to use or not use, to sell or not sell, to grow or not grow, and so on any drug we wish. Our bodies are ours, and are not property of the government. Plus, government may not interfere in commerce (contracts) between the people, or the states they make up.

Also, a man or woman that has been convicted and paid redress to the victim has cleared his record. What if he merely stole a car, or some other far cheaper item, but was then convicted by a jury of his peers, served his time, and then repaid his victim. Is he not supposed to be able to defend himself against those that intended to harm him?

I believe he should be able to, although others may not agree. Of course, congress and every body politic known as “government” are full of felons, even though not prosecuted and convicted. They just hire bodyguards, and get around the rules and regulations that do apply to them.

But, whether others agree or not, so long as a so-called felon does not use a weapon to interfere with another’s rights, then it is no business of the government. In fact it never is, as it is up to we people to file an official verifiable complaint in the form of an Affidavit presented to a Grand Jury of our peers (not government appointed lackeys).

Only we people have the authority to accuse, as artificial entities have no rights to violate. Of course, government has hidden this fact by using unlawful treasonous measures to increase the coffers and powers of the government and that of the entities making up and controlling government. The money and property theft has thusly become an annual multi-billion dollar business for local, State, and the federal government corporation, and those alleged public servants filling the offices.

However, we also have the right to defend ourselves against damage by others. It does not matter whether it is another civilian threatening us or damaging our property, or if it is a public/civil servant threatening or damaging our property.

Just where in the Magna Charta, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Ten Commandments is any government entity given the authority to take by force our rights and other property, or to reign over we people as if we are in servitude to them?

Did hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of people die during the last 6000 years so that a few dipshits elected, appointed, or hired to a body politic could remove human rights by regulating their activities, and then taking private property at will?

Not hardly. Millions have died for the betterment of mankind, which is to evolve until each and every human being regulates himself based primarily on spiritual beliefs.

Don’t get your drawers in a bind, atheists and others. Spiritual beliefs – at least knowing the difference between right and wrong – exists in all of us, except socio- and psychopaths, and some others that are mentally deficient – or drugged by the US Government. Or – let us not forget – in government.

Some people will even say that I am mentally deficient or all drugged out or whatever, as they disagree and react emotionally rather than with rational thought that just maybe they should do some research before mouthing off.

Such a do-nothing attitude is fine if they wish to remain in servitude to a bunch of criminals in government that could care less about them, their property, their lives, their liberty, and their pursuit of happiness. To each his own - - - so long as it does not interfere with my free exercise of my rights.

Many are not aware of it, but we people are being attacked daily by de facto armed and dangerous law enforcers that are committing treason and using terrorism during confrontation with the American people.

They are killing and beating innocent people, torturing them on roadways, in jails and prisons, and often planting evidence or responding to some "tip" that they might be doing this or that.

Innocent Americans – and others – are terrorized, beat up, or killed without a shred of evidence or due process, and put in prison anyway by judges and prosecuting attorneys that haven’t a clue as to law and justice – that is, if they survive the initial confrontation.

I was just reading an article about a sheriff in Arizona that is nothing but a Gestapo like tyrant, making law, and applying terrorism and treasonous acts that would get an ordinary person hung. His name is Joe something or another, in the county Phoenix is in. God, what a traitor to America this guy is.

Anyway, he epitomizes what is happening, that law enforcers and the governments they work for, are no different than a foreign force entering our land and using the force of arms to force compliance to rules that do not apply to the people. Such are acts of war, against which we have the right – and duty – to defend our land against.

Law enforcers and the creeps they work for (don’t ever believe the BS it is for the people) are traitors to America and should be dealt with as traitors, just as legislators, justices, judges, and all executive branch officials are also traitors and should be dealt with the same.

If we are not to defend our selves, our families, our homes, and our land against those that are destroying America now, then when is it time - after they have confiscated arms? As every country on Earth that has had arms confiscated learned the hard way, it is too damn late then.

Liz Michael is right and so am I when I state the time to attack back with deadly force is when you are being threatened, or when some dirty traitor takes away your rights by force.

One should have discretion, though, and not counter attack on their terms but on your terms. For example, it is too easy for them while five, ten, twenty or more are raiding your home, or while you are sitting inside a car or truck, essentially as a sitting duck.

However, not always will you be essentially trapped in your own home or car or truck or whatever. Retribution does not have to occur right then, but can occur later when the thug or thugs are unguarded with them placed in much the scenario you avoided. They do it, so is not what is good for the goose good for the gander?

Sounds horrible, doesn’t it, but keep in mind the rights of Americans are being tromped on all over this land, and armed and dangerous enforcers are getting away with it because they are using arms while the people are not.

They are using large numbers of armed thugs while the people are not. Thus, the power they wield is exactly like the power the German Gestapo held with one exception – many of we Americans are still heavily armed.

It is that type of power the standing armies amongst us understand, so it is the type of power the people must also wield – or human rights will be forgotten for dozens upon dozens of generations.

Folks, that is the purpose of the 2nd Amendment, as our forefathers expected government would get out of hand, acting as bad or worse than any king or other tyrant acted.

That also, my fellow people in servitude, is the only way we are to free ourselves of the chains of power that bind us in servitude to a few elite scumbags, whether local city, county, state, federal, or international.

If we do not act soon, we will no longer be able to because those that would fight back will all be dead or in prison camps being tortured or killed.

Think it cannot happen here? You had best read the real history of the world, and quit listening to losers such as the Bush family, the other creeps in and behind the federal government, and their lackeys – mainstream media.

It has happened repeatedly – and in other countries where the people did not believe it would happen. But, as is our nature, we tend not to learn from history, and must have it shoved down our throats, with millions slaughtered. Then mankind waits for the next time it happens believing the SOSDD (same old shit, different day) put out by those they have placed their trust in.

Well, Folks, I for one am flat fed up with the elite scumbags – and the not so elite locally – and what they are doing to our people, my fellow man in other lands, and our future generations. They must be stopped.

Never will they be stopped with the vote or depending on them to “do the right thing”, because they no longer know what the right thing is, nor do they fear the people.

Face that as a truth, People, and maybe even those who just love Bush and his bunch killing thousands upon thousands of innocent unarmed human beings for fun and profit – and other evil intents – might begin to weigh in the facts, rather than believing the ton of lies spouted by Bush and his kind.

Perhaps another American might be born from his study, one that will only accept the liberty to exercise Inalienable Rights and the absolute will to do away with – hopefully politically – any public servant that interferes.

So, when is it time to shoot the bastards? Well, that is a matter of one’s conscience, whether one’s heart and soul determines it is time. Should yours determine it is, may you have thousands of others determine it is at the same time, or you will fall as “just another right wing militant whacko”, rather than a true American patriot and lover of human Rights and freedom.

As tyranny advances to overwhelming proportions, and the time grows nearer to being left without any other choice by those that would enslave the whole human race, I close with a most appropriate quote, the same quote that began Liz Michael’s commentary ~

"Violence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor, and the contrary opinion is wishful thinking at its worst. Nations and peoples who forget this basic truth have always paid for it with their lives and freedoms."
- Robert Heinlein


Original (pre-Orwellian) Definition of the Word "Terrorism"
Funk and Wagnalls New Practical Standard Dictionary (1946)

Terrorism is the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives.
--FBI Definition

http://www.worldnewsstand.net/05/Ed_Lewis/48.htm

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IS IT TIME YET? by Claire Wolfe

Post#2 » Sat Oct 29, 2005 9:16 am

IS IT TIME YET?

Or is America still at the awkward stage?

by Claire Wolfe

On June 21, 2000, a 39-year-old California businessman, Stuart Alexander, shot three government meat inspectors to death. Alexander’s sausage plant had just re-opened after losing its federal license in January. The two federal inspectors and state inspector were reportedly there to serve another citation. The bureaucrats said his products didn’t conform to health regulations; Alexander said not a single customer had complained about product quality in the 79 years since his great-grandfather started the business.

On June 21, 2000, a California businessman shot three government meat inspectors to death.

In the wake of the shooting, friends called Alexander a good, but troubled man who felt he was being persecuted. One, Ellen Luque, commented, “[He] got a bad deal from the very beginning. Maybe too much came down on him all of a sudden.”

Others, however, spoke of a hothead who hated following rules and who’d once been accused of beating up an elderly neighbor for snapping photos of his messy backyard. A widely reprinted report from Knight-Ridder Newspapers opened with a comment about Alexander’s “anti-government wrath” and noted:

“…acquaintances say he also carried a grudge against fire marshals, police, building inspectors and nosy neighbors -- anyone he felt was burdening him with unnecessary red tape. …”

“I don’t think he was trying to get away with wrongdoing -- he was just somebody who doesn’t have a lot of patience for the government process or regulations,” said San Leandro City Councilman Gordon Galvan, who grew up with the man accused of fatally shooting three inspectors Wednesday at his meat plant. “He thought the bureaucrats were putting too much burden on the small-business owner.”

This shooting eerily echoed one committed by New Hampshireman Carl Drega in 1997. After years of trying to “fight city hall” in the courts over property rights, Drega finally reached his line in the sand after state troopers stopped him for having rust holes in the bed of his pickup truck. His toll: two troopers, a newspaper editor and a judge he believed was persecuting him.

After the California killings, a newspaperman tracked me down and asked me to comment. What, me? How did a mainstream reporter even know of my existence, and what could I possibly say about a shooting a thousand miles (and a whole world) away? But I didn’t have to ask what made him think of me.

Famous First Words

In 1996 I scrawled a pair of sentences that resonated with a lot of freedom activists.

America is at that awkward stage.
It’s too late to work within the system,
but too early to shoot the bastards.

Since then, I’ve heard those words quoted thousands of times. I’ve watched people argue about whether it is or isn’t “time.” Whenever some new government abuse makes the news, someone is bound to wisecrack, “Is it time yet, Claire?” Most alarmingly, I receive occasional glassy-eyed e-mails from strangers assuring me that the instant I issue the order, my Faithful Self-Appointed Lieutenant will remove any nearby oppressors from the face of the earth. (No such orders shall be forthcoming.)

Morally, of course it’s time to shoot the bastards.

Obviously, I voiced something a lot of people have been thinking about. Four years have passed since I flippantly said it’s too early. Is it time yet to shoot the bastards? At least it seems time to take keyboard in hand and give a straight answer -- yes, no, maybe and whatever turns your crank.

Yes

Morally, of course it’s time to shoot the bastards. It has been since long before I wrote those sentences -- before I learned my ABCs, before anybody reading this was born.

It was time the first day the first court upheld the first blatantly unconstitutional law for the sake of political expediency. It was time the first day the fedgov got the notion to use regulations or executive orders to control We the People, rather than merely the internal workings of agencies. All the abuses since - ninja raids, confiscatory taxation, rules too obscure to comprehend, bullying bureaucrats, millions imprisoned for victimless crimes, burgeoning nanny state, ever-increasing centralized control - are government gravy. The truth is, morally it’s been “time” since at least Lincoln’s day. And it’s time now.

It was time the first day the first court upheld the first blatantly unconstitutional law for the sake of political expediency.

It’s past time, since all those earlier Americans failed to get out the tar, the feathers or the M1 Garands because they were too quiescent, or too persuaded that justice would prevail. Or because -- like us -- they valued due process and knew the chaos that disregard for it could bring. Or because -- like us -- they feared the personal consequences. Or because -- like us -- they weren’t ever sure whether that moment was the right moment.

Whenever it becomes impossible to get justice or have freedom “within the system” of course it’s morally right to fight back. Even Gandhi recognized that, saying:

“He who cannot protect himself or his nearest and dearest or their honor by non-violently facing death, may and ought to do so by violently dealing with the oppressor. He who can do neither of the two is a burden.”

Maybe it was even “time” on the day federal inspectors tried to close down a little, family-owned sausage plant whose product had been safely used by consumers for eight decades. I don’t know. Stuart Alexander thought it was.

But is it practical? Sensible? In that sense, no. And no surprise. It’s not time to shoot.

And for all the individual injustices or perceptions of injustice that always exist in the world, have things gotten any worse in the last four years?

No

Too bad there’s no Tyran-O-Meter -- a gauge, like the atomic scientists’ Doomsday Clock -- that could provide a measure of just how close we are to reaching some critical mass of tyranny. If there were, it might show that some things have actually improved since 1996.

* Back then, the abusive IRS seemed to be going strong despite a lot of talk about alternative tax systems. Today, the IRS is on its knees. The agency openly acknowledges that 65 million Americans scoff at filing requirements (though most, of course, still “contribute at the office,” even if they don’t file their 1040s). Bill Benson’s research showing that the Sixteenth Amendment was never ratified has within the last year gotten airings in such public forums as C-SPAN and USA Today. And lo and behold, in 1998 Congress passed a Taxpayers Bill of Rights that wasn’t merely a toothless tiger.

* In 1996, the 104th Congress regurgitated one law after another designed to bring Americans’ activities under the microscope (if not the immediate control) of federal bureaucrats. Today, under extreme public pressure, Congress is making serious noises about protecting privacy - including undoing some of their own legislation.

* A newly aroused public threw monkey wrenches into the FDIC’s Know Your Customer bank-snoop regulations, invasive home health care questionnaires, SSN-based drivers licenses, “unique identifying numbers” for everyone visiting a doctor, and drove the USPS back from the worst of its efforts to control private mailbox holders. Things got so hot that when once-all-powerful OSHA tried to extend its authority into the homes of telecommuting workers earlier this year the agency was forced to retreat in a single weekend -- no hearings, no lengthy debates, just a whimper. (God bless the Internet and several key groups of activists who used it so well.)

* As of August, a new law put the burden of proof on government in civil forfeiture cases, protecting the property of many innocent owners.

* While Australia and Britain bowed meekly to confiscation of firearms, American citizens stood adamant. Congress dared pass few new anti-gun laws. Even our polite Canadian neighbors -- too genteel even to rebel against King George III -- have rebelled against their 1995 universal registration law, making enforcement almost impossible.

* In the rowdy West, when the Forest Service refused to re-open a washed-out road to a recreation area, thousands resisted, forming the Jarbridge Shovel Brigade -- and re-opened the road themselves, to nationwide cheers and support. The fedgov may yet have the last word -- but this time they knew better than to come in with tanks, helicopters and ski masked faces.

Some of these are very, very big things. All are encouraging signs that Americans may yet be able to take back freedom without shooting.

In light of that, maybe some would think I should be revisiting the other part of my statement, that it’s “too late to work within the system.” Aren’t all these advances evidence that “the system” can still work for freedom?

I still don’t think so.

On the other hand …

Aside from a heightening of public consciousness on privacy issues, there hasn’t been a single actual improvement in freedom’s circumstances. At best, activists have merely slowed the advance of tyranny. Even at that, the meaning of some apparent triumphs is unclear.

* The IRS’s collapse may be merely a PR ploy to prepare the way for yet another giant federal tax system. Federal revenues (including income tax revenues) haven’t suffered. On the contrary, according to 1999 Congressional Budget Office figures, “During the past five years, federal revenues have increased at an average rate of 8.3 percent a year … Consequently, revenues as a percentage of GDP have risen from 18.4 percent in 1994 to 20.5 percent in 1998 and will reach a postwar high of 20.7 percent in 1999 …”

Some of the so-called privacy protection measures Congress is considering would make matters worse -- for instance, by giving a federal “privacy czar” regulatory power over private databases.

* Some of the so-called privacy protection measures Congress is considering would make matters worse -- for instance, by giving a federal “privacy czar” regulatory power over private databases. The number of wiretaps is soaring, cell phones have been mandated into tracking devices, the CIA admits to backing snoop technology firms, and the FBI has announced numerous initiatives to spy upon the innocent and guilty alike.

* The public beat back many invasive regulatory proposals -- but often not until the damage had been done. And regulatory proposals are still coming at us like something from a John Carpenter movie. (As James Bovard writes in his book I Feel Your Pain, during the Clinton administration “…Federal agencies issued more than 25,000 new regulations -- criminalizing everything from reliable toilets to snuff advertisements on race cars.”)

The drug war still rampages on, having ravaged lives, property rights and the ideal of honest law enforcement beyond repair. Prison populations continue to bloat.

* The drug war -- though increasingly losing its moral sanction -- still rampages on, having ravaged lives, property rights and the ideal of honest law enforcement beyond repair. Prison populations continue to bloat.

* If Congress didn’t act against gun-rights, the executive branch did. The FBI has learned (no doubt to its bureaucratic glee) that it can halt all dealer gun sales in America, simply via a computer system glitch -- as it did for three days earlier this year, during the height of weekend gun shows. Though entitled by law to go on selling when the “instant background check” database is unreachable, dealers are too terrified of federal enforcers to do so. And the Clinton administration has used federal clout and lawsuits to pressure, if not cripple, the firearms industry.

The courts have already held, in Paladin Press’s Hit Man case, that the mere act of selling a book to a stranger can be culpable.

* It is now a federal crime -- with Draconian prison sentences to publish details about “destructive devices.” Theoretically, the punishments only pertain if you have reason to believe your audience intends to commit a crime. The courts have already held, in Paladin Press’ Hit Man case, that the mere act of selling a book to a stranger can be culpable. Congress is now considering a bill with virtually identical language forbidding anyone to teach, publish or otherwise convey information about “controlled substances.”

* In 1996, the federal government gobbled up $1.538 trillion of our substance. The OMB’s estimate for fiscal year 2000 spending is $1.766 trillion, and for FY 2001, $1.835.

Although federal civilian employment is actually down, the number of federal police has increased by 21 percent.

* Although federal civilian employment is actually down (2,799,000 today vs 2,895,275 in 1995 -- with no figures available for 1996), during the same period, the number of federal police has increased by 21 percent (86,087 to 104,096). Anyone wonder why they’re needed -- when actual crime nationwide has been dropping?

Numb time

Is America still “at that awkward stage”? More than ever. The movement to reduce government’s grasp is certainly at a more awkward stage than it was in 1996. We’ve fought for liberty -- some of us for years, some for decades. Nothing great has happened. But neither -- lately -- has anything catastrophic -- just the usual crawl toward total government domination. And the nation is content. Even we have trouble sustaining our sense of urgency. What are we malcontents shouting about? Things aren’t so bad. Eventually, we begin to feel a sense of unreality, of sensory deprivation from our lack of connection to what our neighbors and the media tell us is the real world. We become uncomfortably numb.

On top of that, many of us threw a lot of energy into preparing for The-Y2K-That-Wasn’t. Though we all officially dreaded Y2Kaos, the truth is we needed a crisis that would bring matters to a head. When nothing happened a lot of us felt like the girl who’s gotten all dressed up for the dance, only to have her date not show.

But now we’re just exhausted and dispirited. If some Prince Charming showed up and offered to sweep us off to the Freedom Ball in his coach, we might just say, “Not tonight, Prince Baby. I’m tired.”

Future in the haze

Unless some unforeseeable trigger event strikes, we may remain at that awkward stage for a long time (maybe decades). Liberty will continue to erode, but not so fast we’ll jump out of the boiling pot. Freedom lovers will continue to shout that they’d rather die on their feet than live on their knees -- but will go on living on their knees. Congress and regulators will make minor adjustments when angry people make things hot for them, but will always gradually work toward total control. And the few poor saps who take action to halt it will languish in prison or the grave.

In his Sept. 21, 1997 column on Carl Drega, Vin Suprynowicz pegged the whole situation:

“The problem … [is] that our chemical castration is so gradual that there can NEVER be a majority consensus that this is finally the right time to respond in force. In this death of a thousand cuts we’re ALWAYS confronted with some harmless old functionary who obviously loves his grandkids, some pleasant young bureaucrat who doubtless loves her cat and bakes cookies for her co-workers and smilingly assures us she’s “just doing her job” as she requests our Social Security number here ... our thumbprint there ... the signed permission slip from your kid’s elementary school principal for possessing a gun within a quarter-mile of the school ... and a urine sample, please, if you’ll just follow the matron into the little room …”

It doesn’t take an oracle to know that anyone who starts shooting government agents now is going to hurt himself more than the system. And no Minutemen are going to rush to the aid of Stuart Alexander. No members of the “Henry Bowman Brigade,” inspired by John Ross’ novel, Unintended Consequences, are going to take some future Carl Drega’s act as a signal to follow suit.

Still, an increasing number of Alexanders and Dregas, standing on their own individual Concord Greens, will decide: No more. And I can’t by any means declare that it will never be me, or thee, or my next door neighbor who discovers one day that it is time to shoot, even if the entire rest of the world disagrees.

But am I gonna say you should turn meat inspectors into meat? Am I going to suggest you rig a bomb to the engine of your local tax man’s car? No way, not me. (If you do, make sure his wife and kiddies aren’t the next ones to get into the vehicle, though. That isn’t playing nice.)

Is is time? Morally, yes. Absolutely. If you do it, and if there’s a heaven, I hope you get a good seat.

Is it time? Morally, yes. Absolutely. If you do it, and if there’s a heaven, I hope you get a good seat. But if you pot a bureaucrat figuring it’ll light some fire under the cold, dead butts of a complacent nation … good luck.

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Shoot 'em 2: The Bird Is The Word

Post#3 » Sat Oct 29, 2005 9:17 am

Shoot 'em 2: The Bird Is The Word
by Liz Michael
www.lizmichael.com
October 16, 2005. Copyright 2005, LizMichael.com
http://www.lizmichael.com/birdword.htm

"Violence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor, and the contrary opinion is wishful thinking at its worst. Nations and peoples who forget this basic truth have always paid for it with their lives and freedoms." - Robert Heinlein

I really wasn't going to do this so soon. Really, I wasn't. I was planning illustrative columns about what New Orleans taught us, and other such things. But this pops up again, seems to be important, and forces me to respond.

George W. Bush made an October 4 request to Congress to consider effective repeal the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, which prohibits the use of the military in domestic policing except for the purpose of quelling a revolution. Citing the theoretical possibility that Asian avian flu, now only transmittable from bird to human, could mutate into a human-to-human form, Bush said:

"If we had an outbreak somewhere in the United States, do we not then quarantine that part of the country? And who best to be able to effect a quarantine? One option is the use of a military that's able to plan and move. I think it's an important debate for Congress to have."

Well, I agree with one thing. It is a very important debate for the Congress to have. That debate should be held at your impeachment hearings, and at your subsequent trial for treason, after which, hopefully, you will be hanged.

Overturning Posse Comitatus would allow troops to break into houses and apartments and sweep the streets for flu victims, and forcibly contain them in Guantánamo-style camps. They could seal off cities or whole states. These extreme measures could also be deployed against U.S. citizens after hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, or even election disputes--whenever and wherever a president decides they are necessary.

Mr. Bush is apparently not that happy that three governors, one the former head of the RNC, when he demanded the Katrina situation be remedied by turning over all authority to the federal government, told him to pound sand. So he is now seeking to have the authority to willy nilly suspend the powers of governors of states.

And what would these federal troops do? Well, the National Guard in New Orleans allowed themselves to be videotaped going from house to house, and mansion to mansion, knocking down doors, searching for weapons, handcuffing owners and humiliating them. One was asked whether he would shoot residents if they resisted. Yes, he would, he said. He added, "It’s surreal. You never expect to do this in your own country."

Yeah, I agree, it is surreal when suddenly one realizes that they as an American to preserve basic civil rights guaranteed under the Constitution to every American, will probably have to wind up killing American troops sent to trample on those rights.

Bird Flu: Real Crisis or Invented One?

Well, look. You cannot expect me to get all riled up over the Bird Flu. Apparently not even 100 people have been killed by it yet. Hell, DOCTORS kill more people each year than the Bird Flu has. I've heard all manner of argument as to whether the Bird Flu is even real, if it is a bioengineered event, or whether it is a version of another disease merely being called Bird Flu. I'll let the conspiratists hash this out. However, there is one thing that is crystal clear.

And that is this: the government is clearly looking for an excuse to use to impose dictatorial powers. They are shopping this crap around, almost in desperation to become the next Hitler or Stalin. I don't know if this was the scheme all along, or if it is just being speeded up because of the Bush Cabal's pending indictments and impeachment. I have to, in no uncertain terms, declare that this must be nipped in the bud, by any and all available means.

Shooting them comes into play... again

We've had eight advisories as to what to do already. In case you missed, them, see www.lizmichael.shooting.htm . So here is Advisory #9....

Advisory #9: The Family Pets

If any agent of the government comes to destroy any of your family pets, kill them.

Does that sound like to strong an order to take? Well, let me ask you. Where will you draw the line at the tyranny? If you will not draw it at saving the lives of your family members against a predator, and pets are your family members, they are part of your "pack" or "flock"... if you will not stand against the tyranny there, where exactly are you going to stand. If you will not stand for your own family, frankly, you deserve to be carted off away to a gulag or to an American Auschwitz. You're not really a man, or a woman. I would call you a sheep, but even bighorn sheep are aggressive to their enemies. So you aren't even THAT.

Does the "judgment of God" concern you as to taking the life of a human predator? Look at it this way. God has appointed you guardians of your own domestic animals. Yes, you. You have a duty to feed them ,water them, see to their health. You also have a duty to guard them against predators. It doesn't matter if the predators are the federal government, and consists of human thugs: your duty is as God-given as if this were a burglar or a would be rapist.

I can hear the cries and whines now: "well what if this is to quell a disease outbreak". And I respond in the following manner: we are a nation of laws not of men. All property which is to be seized or destroyed constitutionally requires an act of the court to do so, for each instance, and due process must be followed. For those who cry that it cannot happen here, it already has. Let me tell you what happened recently in California during an Exotic Newcastle Disease outbreak in 2003...

"One Norco woman suffered a nervous breakdown when men from the task force killed her two parrots before her eyes after pretending to ‘test’ them for END in a contaminated death truck parked outside her house."

"Randy Walker, who is appealing the state’s plan to kill his backyard flock of 200 birds showing no sign of the disease, said that he was badgered on his property by the California Department of Food and Agriculture Task Force. A Task Force worker told him 'he had no right to appeal and threatened to have him arrested if he attempted to stop the killing. ' "

There were something like at least 100,000 backyard birds destroyed in this manner. Even though veterinarians considered the practice counterproductive for actually eradicating the disease, and that quarantining flocks is the more efficient method.

I need to make this declaration to any government workers who try to murder any backyard flocks or family pets of mine. I am going to kill you. I'm going to tell you this flat out, so you are forewarned. And I may not wait until you actually arrive at the property. I may preemptively strike you if I know you are in the neighborhood doing this. And there are thousand of pet owners who feel exactly as I do. Your wife is going to be a widow, and your children will be fatherless. I will see to it, and I will swear upon heaven and earth to destroy you. And if you actually manage to kill some of my best friends, I will hunt each of you down like dogs until I kill you or you kill me. And then, my friends and allies will do the same, once one of you kills me. Moreover, please also be advised. I am of the opinion that I am legally entitled to kill you, and not only morally entitled to kill you, but commanded by God to kill you.

Is this some theory I just cooked up recently? No. I was planning to do this in 2003 if you had come for my birds. I had the gun loaded, cocked and aimed at your collective heads. So did some of my neighbors. I will not hesitate to do it again, and this time, I actually have had more time to plan. So Advisory #9 has been in effect in the Michael household for three years almost. I just didn't tell anyone about it.

Advisory #10: Essential Travel

If any agent attempts to obstruct essential travel, shoot them or otherwise eliminate them. I leave open the definition of "essential travel" to you. It could be any one of a hundred things. It could even be one of these "Catch 22" things, like the government compelling you to appear someplace, but the government simultaneously preventing your ability to get to said place. Here again, constitutional and natural rights trump a quarantine, particularly a quarantine over a faked disease.

Advisory #11: Chipping, or "The Mark of the Beast".

I have discussed this with a number of people. It is believed that some type of "national emergency", could be an epidemic, could be terrorism, could be any number of things, will be a first step used to order that individuals be implanted with chips to allow authorities to monitor their every movement. Also, with nanotechnology, it is conceivable that we could be chipped WITHOUT OUR KNOWLEDGE, through the use of a vaccine, or some other method.

So we have concurred with the following advisory. Anyone who forces you or your family to be so chipped, or anyone who does it against your will and without your prior knowledge, kill these people. This includes ANYONE participating in the operation that uses this force, and it includes to officers and employees of the company that makes the chips.

To those involved in the chipping of human beings, let me say this. The biblical prophecy may have prophesied that you will do it. But the prophecy did not guarantee you that you will live a long life after you have done it. And if you understand the divine penalties for having done this, and having to explain it to your Creator... well, I think you need to do a little reading about what happens to the people having taken the Mark of the Beast.

Advisory #12: Forced Vaccinations

If any agent of any organization attempt to by duress force a vaccination upon you, shoot them.

There are reasons for this that transcend the Mark of the Beast nanochip scenario, and transcends the plain old civil liberties argument. The best example of this is the Swine Flu non-epidemic. Swine Flu turned out to be a complete bust. However, it so happens the vaccine for swine flu killed more people than the swine flu actually did.

Vaccines have also proven to be a modus operandi to induce genocide. The likely source of the HIV virus which causes AIDS was a hepatitis vaccine. It is why the disease seemed to take off in Africa and among the western male homosexual community at first... because these were the groups having problems with hepatitis, and needed the vaccine against it. Although I do not believe this was a deliberate attempt to genocide the gay community, I DO believe it was a designed attempt to genocide African blacks.

So vaccines are something you want to attempt to avoid for you and for your children these days. Particularly if you are in a target group some cabal of government scientists may want to kill.

Advisory #13 Defending Your Food Sources

If any agent of any organization attempts to confiscate or sabotage your food sources, kill them.

On of the aspects of the Asian Avian Flu epidemic is that preemptive bird culling removed a lot of poultry out of the food chain. For already struggling and hungry people, this presents a problem. It is a problem that you should not allow. Remember that Stalin's most successful genocidal weapon was starvation. Starvation is something that is used commonly in Africa as a weapon of war. You must defend your food sources.

And not just against the government. Against corporations as well. Monsanto, for instance, through its Terminator seed technology, has attempted to confiscate the farms of people with whom it does not even have a contract with, claiming violation of patent rights.

Part of the technology for these so called affinity cards at supermarkets is to enable authorities to identify those who are stocking up on food and emergency supplies. It sounds sick, doesn't it? But things like this have happened, all over the world, in the past 100 years.

Advisory #14 Defending Your Vehicles

One of the things that happened in New Orleans was that police willy nilly confiscated vehicles. Often, this impeded the ability of the citizenry to escape the very situations the mayor had called upon them to flee. One police official actually commandeered a bus which had been hired to take tourists out of the city.

Seeing that this could happen at any time, you need to realize that defending your vehicle is just as essential as defending your guns and defending your family and family pets, and may provide for escape from a situation where you may need to escape. Never let them, or other common street thugs, separate you from your vehicles. Your lives may depend upon this. So you need to be willing to shoot to kill over this essential item.

An advisory to police officers and federal agents

YOU ARE BEING USED!!! You are being used, satiated with a little bit of perceived power, carrying out the orders of a power elite, orders which YOU and your family are not exempt from. The power elites want to destroy the middle class. Most of you in law enforcement, and the military, if you will but look at it a minute, ARE the middle class they want to destroy. Why do you want to do the bidding of a bunch of rich sons of bitches, when all you're getting out of it is a subsistence check. Hell, some of you military people's families are receiving FOOD STAMPS for crying out loud.

Also, keep the following in mind. I am trying to be fair here. Many others of the American people won't be as fair. If you are identified as having killed a family pet, both you and your family and your own pets may become the target of retaliation by a citizen whom you offended. Or maybe your office headquarters will be blown up in retaliation: you know, like the Murrah building. Am I saying these thing should happen, and do I approve of them? No, and no. But I guarantee they will. Your actions may get your family, both the one in blue and the one at home, killed. Or how about if you kill that elderly old woman down the street, because she fought you to try and keep her precious birds alive... and then you face the wrath and retribution of all her family and friends.

In short, you don't want to go here. If you do go here, and you end up on a slab, your wife a widow, and your children fatherless, or if conversely, an offended citizen decides to make YOU the widower, or kills your kids, or tosses a poisoned steak to your favorite police dog, you only have yourselves to blame at this point. You've been warned.

You know what the solution is. I've already told you. Quit. Or do your duties following the constitution and not some brotherly code. Or be prepared to be the targets of assassination.

"Bring It On!"

Oh, yeah. Mr. President, if it is a revolution you want, then it is a revolution I propose to give you. If you begin to use troops to subdue American civilians at home, as if they were revolutionaries, I intend, personally, to legitimize any such deployment of troops by actually giving your stooges a revolution to fight. To quote, well, YOU, Mr. President: "Bring It On!". And when it's all over, I have a noose prepared with your name on it. After a fair trial, of course, unlike the one you propose through the Patriot Act to deny me.

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