On Death, Killing, and CopWatch
By Anna Von Reitz
I have known too many people for whom death was a blessing to think ill of Death.
I have also grown to realize that none of us would want to live forever, trapped in the same body, stuck in the same identity, polling over the same skill sets, centuries after centuries. How boring and frustrating would that be, with no fresh starts?
Can you imagine arguing with your second wife over your first wife and kids for 800 years?
Being an Accountant for 500 years?
Having the nickname "Binky" for 700 years? (Makes my skin crawl just thinking about it.)
Even if you could maintain a steady-state at age 35 and perfect health "forever" ---- there would come a time when you would want to move on and let go. I know it in my own soul. I think that if people are honest, they know the truth.
Now, killing is a different thing.
The reason that we shouldn't kill isn't that death is such a horrible-bad-ugly-no-good-awful thing, but because we can't create life.
If you can't create life, what right do you have to kill?
It's not your life to take. It doesn't belong to you. A murderer is a life-thief, and he can't even give back what he stole.
Now the rest of the conundrum is what do you do with crazy people and people who murder for fun or for profit?
You can't leave them running around on the streets, that's obvious enough. They have to be caught. They have to be stopped.
But what do you do when these characters are hired in jobs of public trust? Layered in like time-bombs ready to go off whenever their imaginations and trigger fingers get the better of them?
And what do you do with soldiers and agency snipers who didn't learn a thing from the Nuremberg trials? Gung-ho Whack-A-Mole types like Janet Reno and Dr. Strangelove?
These people exist and they are on our payroll, working for "our" government.
That should give everyone reading this cause to pause and itch.
You want people with no conscience and no moral logic sensors to be trained to murder people? You think that's acceptable? Or sane?
Somehow the Nuremberg Message that "just following orders" isn't a good enough excuse for genocide and other forms of murder---- needs to get drilled in. And the fact that "agencies" are not actually part of our government needs to be tattooed on sloping foreheads also.
FBI, FEMA, BATF, IRS----- these agencies are all private subcontractors, for-hire enforcement agents, also known as mercenaries----and they are on our shores, causing trouble for us, because the people who are supposed to be over-seeing their activities are misdirecting them.
Remember Christopher Walken in "Mouse Trap"? Imagine 1500 characters like that who are armed, dangerous, and who think that you are the mouse? And who have bosses who pay them to think that and act accordingly?
There is nothing sacrosanct about all these agencies and the men working in them need a lot better training and focus and direction toward actual useful functions than they are getting. When you have old Nazi Hit-Men and Russian Mafia buying these agencies and controlling their functions, you've just stupidly put yourself and your whole country in a world of hurt--and that is just the obvious stuff we need to be concerned about and riding herd on.
No doubt Lon H. (for example) thought he was doing something necessary by drawing down on an innocent young Mother and her baby and trespassing on her private property to do it, but in fact he crossed the line between duty owed to a Commanding Officer and ---lacked the logic circuits needed to recognize---the Moral Imperative.
Good men don't trespass on private property. They don't shoot innocent unarmed women and babies. They just don't. Period.
So that right there tells you that these men who are doing these things are criminals in fact and don't have the brains or the morals to be behind a gun, no matter how accurate their aim may be.
The rule is--- if you can't do it when you aren't in uniform, you can't do it when you are in uniform, either.
If it is not lawful for you to trespass on someone's land and kick down their door and shoot them in their bath tub or stop them on a public road and ambush them when you are off-duty --- guess what?
A crime is a crime is a crime and this criminal government and its sub-contracting agencies need to be exposed and hounded and set-upon in court and in public meetings and in every media venue there is until the message gets through the thick rinds and dead hearts on Capitol Hill.
This is why I subscribe to CopWatch.com and why I grill police officers and hold them to high standards. I do this because I know that a few out of control cops are worse than any average gang and better equipped. I also know that these men are often misdirected by their superiors and that they protect their superiors, who are often nothing but nasty little political capos in need of a good rump reaming and a different job.
Most of the police and law enforcement guys I meet are confused or jaded, mentally and morally adrift while holding the power of life and death in their hands. Far too often these "enforcement agents" know more about filing reports and producing revenue quotas and different kinds of ammunition than they know about the job we have actually hired them and their agencies to do.
As with so much else, it is up to us to tell them and make sure they listen real good to their job description--- which does not include actions like Ruby Ridge and Waco and the ambush of LaVoy Finicum.
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