Wednesday, February 27, 2013

A community conducts patrols to protect itself from crime.



Welcome to the future.

Normalcy bias will keep you from seeing it but see it you must.  Cuts in law enforcement budgets, money diverted to other "needs" and communities left in the lurch.

The future is staring you in the face but you still support bills to ban assault weapons?  You still think that a "law" will keep criminals from committing crimes?  Wow. Just plain wow.

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  1. Sure Thang Bubba! Then again you have neighborhood watches who are afraid to watch the neighborhood because the crooks are not afraid, the cops are not there and you will soon be un armed and cannot defend your self or family from the same crooks who will want some payback ASAP.
    Your baseball bat against the crooks guns because the crooks are already breaking quite a few laws up to the point of assaulting your house, what's one more for using a gun.
    The whole reason for stand your ground was so if you shot some perp attempting to rape or kill/maim you the perp or his family cannot sue you and take by legal means what the perp was trying to steal illegally.

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  2. I loved the brother's comment that you have to walk around your house with a gun. The NRA ought to get that guy to cut some ads for their position.
    Blacks should be in the lead demanding more gun freedoms given the propensity of young black men to commit crime against their own.

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  3. Cheer up people! This is what "Change" looks like.

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  4. Honestly, seeing Oakland implode warms my heart. That city government does the dumbest things. Just last week the Mayor Jean Quan, a true dim wit, announced that illegals will get city id cards that can function as debt cards using a city financial bank. Two things. One the city can't manage its own finances yet it has a bank? Illegals are at the heart of the crime problem in Oaktown, yet the city is offering them even more services?

    All the people interviewed, what is the chance they voted for Dems all their lives? 100% is about right.

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  5. Hmmm, patrolling the streets sort of like..... a militia?

    And thus begins the Van Crevald's Crisis of Legitimacy when people start to see that the state can (or will) no longer maintain law and order which in turn requires them to take matters into their own hands. Private armies, private police forces, criminal gangs, etc.

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    1. Too true. Is that why man banned together in the first place? For security. Isn't this why Democrats want a gun ban so the state truly has the monopoly of violence?

      Blacks and Jews are the last peoples who should be wanting to hand their fate to the state. Those who do know their own history.

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    2. almost right steve but let me add...ANY MAN OR WOMAN THAT KNOWS HISTORY, IS UP ON CURRENT EVENTS AND ISN'T CAUGHT UP IN CONSUMERISM WOULD UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ARMED...ESPECIALLY IN THIS DAY AND AGE.

      you simply have a bunch of adult children that want someone to protect them. in this case the state takes the place of daddy.

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    3. Yup, And we know what the definition of Daddy is to so many of Obama's children.
      Daddy = Ain't.
      Ain't there, ain't working or ain't clean, straight and sober.
      As well as the females, Daddy Ain't catching me again last time I got de herpes!

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  6. Direct democracy is the answer to minorities/perverts power abuse, returning power to a majority(i. e. democracy), its already exists in Switzerland (the ONLY country where direct democracy implemented) --

    " The 1848 federal constitution defines a system of direct democracy ... By calling a federal referendum a group of citizens may challenge a law that has been passed by Parliament, if they can gather 50,000 signatures against the law within 100 days. If so, a national vote is scheduled where voters decide by a simple majority whether to accept or reject the law. Eight cantons together can also call a referendum on a federal law.[51] " --
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Switzerland
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voting_in_Switzerland

    Achievements of direct democracy.

    They can't be disarmed:
    -- " In recent times a minority of political opposition has expressed a desire for tighter gun regulations.[2] A referendum in February 2011 rejected stricter gun control"
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_politics_in_Switzerland

    Minorities can not rule them:
    Minarets ban -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minaret_controversy_in_Switzerland.

    And they have achieved this without civil war, by referendums forced by the people.

    Here in Russia i clearly can see what happens when population is disarmed -- completely defenseless population, unable to resist common crime and minority ethnic groups.

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