Sunday, February 1, 2015

Texas Tyrants Want Panic Buttons

"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.”

Thomas Jefferson
In that terrorist compound known as the Texas Legislature, debate over an open carry hand gun bill has apparently inspired the idea of installing “panic buttons” in member’s offices. These gangsters would therefore be able to summon their uniformed thugs with guns to neutralize any perceived threat that may enter.

Reading of such a lame request and the furor created by this debate has exposed a couple truths about the state and it’s imprisoned, tax cattle:

1) These terror cell members are terrified of their “constituents” and are alarmed at the growing number of dissidents willing to confront them face to face (see video below). They are openly concerned about the increasing incidences of freeborn humans exercising rights that even these self-proclaimed rulers allow.

2) Just the idea of “panic buttons” exposes a deep seated disease in the enslaved populace (including their election mob appointed rulers) that individuals should no longer be responsible for their self-defense- that a more appropriate response to such an active threat is to conveniently “push a button” that will (hopefully) summon a rescuing knight to avert the threat.

Of course, the preferred “rescuing knight” is the state, which must continually promote its hopelessly inept protection racket or risk obsolescence. State provided protection is a fundamental principle of collectivism.

Try to view this recent development as good news. Your rulers are frightened, they are desperate, they are becoming increasingly aware of their irrelevancy.

And they have nothing to counter efforts to restrain their tyranny except by offering still more tyranny. Such blatant and offensive anti-liberty measures merely awaken even more of the sleeping populace.

Resistance is Mandatory

No rulers

No masters


1 comment:

Timothy Ruyle said...

That guy doesn't care about the citizens. He is just in it for the fame and money.