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” Keep in mind, the evils of those regimes were committed in the name of “law enforcement.” And as much as the statement may make people cringe, the history of the human race would have been a lot LESS gruesome if there had been a lot MORE “cop-killers” around to deal with the state mercenaries of those regimes.
People don’t mind when you point out the tyranny that has happened in other countries, but most have a hard time viewing their OWN “country,” their OWN “government,” and their OWN “law enforcers,” in any sort of objective way.
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When tyrants define what counts as “law,” then by definition it is up to the “law-breakers” to combat tyranny.
Pick any example of abuse of power, whether it is the fascist “war on drugs,” the police thuggery that has become so common, the random stops and searches now routinely carried out in the name of “security” (e.g., at airports, “border checkpoints” that aren’t even at the border, “sobriety checkpoints,” and so on), or anything else.
Free users can create a profile, upload pictures, search members, send winks and view matches.
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It amounts to this: “We don’t have the right to invade your home without probable cause …
but if we DO, you have no right to stop us, and we have the right to arrest you if you try.” Why not apply that to the rest of the Bill of Rights, while we’re at it?
You can’t resist a cop “just a little” and get away with it.
He will always call in more of his fellow gang members, until you are subdued or dead.
But history shows all too well that those who fight for freedom and justice almost always do so “illegally”–i.e., without the permission of the ruling class.