All professional criminals are “just doing their jobs”. That excuse won’t help them when they are tried.
After an evening driving the interstate and watching troopers hide on medians to collect revenue. I spotted them at a gas station and decided it was time to ask them about liberty and ask them to do their job. Before I could even explain that job or that every ticket they write is a violation of the 7th amendment. What happens next is called a LIE & RUN.
“I’m doing my job.” — That easy lie, just like the imagery “call” they needed to go to when they did not want to account their actions to their oaths. Their job is to oppose all crimes against human rights. Their job is to stop the corrupt judges and federal agents. Their job is to protect the life, liberty and property of all men; statutes and orders notwithstanding. That would be a good cop and not one officer or sheriff in America seems to have the character to do it.
From the Trooper to the Marshal, our officers have been weeded down to parasites and bullies with neither the courage to defend the liberty, not the wisdom to see how cowardly and criminal their actions have become. It’s important that you do not let them think it’s OK. It’s important that you start calling them out just like this. It’s important that we stand with peace and boldness.
TIPS: When YOU initiate the contact you control the conversation. Be firm but polite. Note how they try and intimidate me by acting tough as they get out of the vehicle. They have many small things that they will use to to and take control. Those quickly gets wiped away with calm but assertive questioning. Never lose control of your language or get angry. Be firm, be principled, be wise.
We MUST speak the truth in love and stop telling the tyrants they have any part with heroism. — Gav