Thursday, August 1, 2013

George Zimmerman Passes Through Texas

George Zimmerman was stopped for speeding while passing through Forney, TX.

Here is the exchange between Zimmerman and the Forney Police agent:

The cop asked where he was heading.

Zimmerman: "Nowhere in particular."

Officer: "Nowhere in particular? Why is that?"

Z: "You didn't see my name?"

O: "Wow, what a coincidence!" [He goes on to ask if Zimmerman is clear of warrants]

Z: "Absolutely."

O: "Alright, I'm gonna go back and just check you, routinely. The reason you were stopped was for your speed. Why don't you slow down a little bit for me and, as long as you don't have any warrants, I'll cut you loose with a warning. Just take it easy, go ahead and shut your glove compartment and don't play with your firearm, OK?"

Zimmerman agreed and wished him a safe trip.

I think there’s a lesson to be learned from this encounter. Here we have two armed individuals, treating each other with mutual courtesy, respect, and reason, and what is the result?


Nary an insult is exchanged, let alone bullets. *

Predators, parasites, and authoritarian fascists (both left and right) need to understand that undomesticated, responsible, free born individuals will treat others with the same manner that they are treated. They will weather your ignorant, verbal abuse and may even respond in kind. But commit physical aggression against them and they will not hesitate to place a hollow point between your peepers.

Predator Martin did not understand this concept or chose to ignore it. He now lies dead in the ground.

And rightly so.

Meanwhile, Victim Zimmerman did understand this concept and roams Texas as a free, armed, and alive individual.

And rightly so.

Any questions?

* [Yes I’m letting slide the fact that Zimmerman is being detained here by a state agent for a non-crime, but consider the context: An armed state agent operating in an authoritarian police state (the US Collective) acts in the way a peace officer should act.]

Resistance is Mandatory

No rulers

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