More than any serial killer or direct action activist (DAA) I’ve studied, it is the callousness and the total obedience of the average, normal American I find most frightening.
Here are some questions to begin our inquiry with:
Who has killed more civilians – the US military or all US seriel killers combined?
Who has tortured more people – US military personnel or all American serial killers? Why is one torturer celebrated as a hero while the other is a villain?
Why do Americans scream when a murderer kills a few people – yet they completely ignore the……… millions of dead civilians in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan?
Why is Chris Kyle a hero, yet the DC Area sniper a villain? Their actions were exactly the same. The only difference is who gave the orders.
It would seem that one can commit any atrocity one desires – so long as one is wearing a badge or uniform at the time one commits it. Americans positively worship the police and the soldiers, even though virtually every act they commit would be illegal if done by a civilian.
Every crime that a civilian can possibly commit – homicide, burglary, arson, assault, larceny, grand theft auto, robbery, rape – has an exact equivalent WHICH IS legal when done by a system agent.
The normal man will cheer for murder, arson or rape so long as it is a uniform which does it.
The scale of state-sponsored crime FAR exceeds crimes committed by individuals. The US averages 10K homicides per year. The US military killed 2 million civilians in Iraq and the Stan, over the last 15 years. The private total is not one tenth the number the US military total is.
In most countries of this world, the police and the military prey upon the people. This is well-known in Mexico, Guatamala, El Salvador and the Third World.
It is only in the West where the people still worship cops and soldiers. The middle and upper classes hasn’t experienced certain facts of life which the poor already know.
The time is coming when their money will run out and no longer protect them from the thugs with uniforms.
Beware those overly concerned with the rights, freedoms and safeties of others. No one is that generous, no one cares that much. The most dangerous man to himself and to others is the man who doesn’t know who he is and what he is doing it for.