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The Righteous Rant Of The Day…

08 April 2013 @ 13:51

…is awarded to Squid, regular commentator over at Protein Wisdom.

Last Thursday, Jeff published a post that dealt with the story of a New York state Father who was feeling the heavy and tyrannical hand of law enforcement. He quoted from a story at The Blaze, reported by Jason Howerton. A highlight:

A New York father has had his firearms all but confiscated after the Suffolk County Pistol License Bureau suspended his pistol license indefinitely over a perceived threat made by his 10-year-old son and two of his classmates at school.

John Mayer, of Commack, N.Y., told TheBlaze that the incident occurred on March 1. It was like any other day, the father explained. He put his son on the bus and sent him off to school.

Later that day, Mayer got a call from school officials at Pines Elementary School informing him that his 10-year-old son and two other students were talking about going to a boy’s house with a water gun, “paint gun” and a BB gun. There had reportedly been a school yard pushing incident the day before involving the boys, excluding Mayer’s son, and they were seemingly talking about getting even in some way.

Mayer told TheBlaze that a teacher overheard the students talking and informed the principal, who then immediately called police and filed a report. He said the principal told police something to the effect of, there’s a “kid with a gun, ready to go.” Mayer maintains that no serious death threats were made by the students. The Hauppauge Public School District has not returned several messages left by TheBlaze, therefore, it is not clear what they are claiming was said.

There’s more information contained in Jeff’s post here, and an update from The Blaze here.

[Once again, I think one of the biggest lessons we can learn here is that you can no longer immediately trust any members of law enforcement.  One must approach them all with a suspect eye until proof can be obtained that they have not gone over the the enemy Left.  How Goddamn sad.]

Squid’s response to this story is a damn fine Righteous Rant:

I say fuck it — let’s fight fire with fire. Make accusations of improper behavior by every police officer’s kid, and demand that those officers be stripped of any personal weapons in their homes, and suspend their certifications until such time that they can prove their children aren’t violent psychopaths. Same thing with every elected official’s kid, every social worker’s kid, every teacher’s kid or principal’s kid, and so on. Disarm every single one of these statist would-be tyrants, so that when we come with our torches and pitchforks, they’ll have no better defense than what they would force us to live with.

As the brilliant, daring, and very, very respectable Alinsky once said — make the bastards live up to their own rules. Demand it, loudly, and don’t let up. Jam the system with so much noise and paperwork and legal maneuvering that they are forced to spend all their time defending themselves, and have none left to molest the rest of us. Disabuse them of the notion that we’re all willing to lay down quietly to present our necks to their boots.

They think we’re ungovernable? Poor bastards can’t even dream of what ungovernable really looks like. Fuck ‘em.

While I may disagree with Squid over the details about how to fight back [I'm still thinking about them], I agree wholeheartedly with him that we must, we are are compelled to, act in such a way that we are ungovernable. Let’s ‘jam the system’ and jam it good and hard. Sow confusion. Resist as much as possible, even if it’s just a small act. Be relentless.

As Mark Levin said some months back:

Why is it that the left are the only people in this country who can resist, who can obstruct, who can sabotage?

I say we resist and where we can obstruct and where we can sabotage tyranny.

The Left In America has declared us Outlaws. It’s time we live up to our name.

Resistentiam Tyrannis nunc.
Resistentiam Tyrannis saecula.

Resistance to Tyranny now.
Resistance to Tyranny forever.

  1. 08 April 2013 @ 13:58 13:58

    Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God.—Benjamin Franklin

  2. M. Thompson permalink
    08 April 2013 @ 15:10 15:10

    It’s only allowable when it fits the predetermined narrative and makes rich losers feel good.

  3. Adobe_Walls permalink
    08 April 2013 @ 18:23 18:23

    It’s not enough to be better than they are we must become better at it than they are.

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