Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Throwing Down the Gauntlet

The recent Indiana Supreme Court decision is going to get someone killed.

  Comments posted on the Article: Court: No right to resist illegal cop entry into home


  TheBigJ said on: May 13, 2011, 7:53 pm
    Tim S said: "Faast Ed said: "IndyRon said: "Morigan said: "ManAboutWeb said: ==========There's a difference between "hope and change" and "fascism and regression", and I find it ignorant that you don't see the difference. Even lawmakers in the year 1215 realized people deserve their privacy."==========Oh, I understand.“Who really cares about it being unconstitutional? This is what’s right to do, and if this means that we have to go out and have a court battle, then that’s fine.” -Penn. Councilwoman Tonya Payne (D) Republicans are guilty, also; but they don't make it a campaign tactic.http://www.brookesnews.com/090405demsconstitution.html"==========

    I completely agree with your observation. Yet this goes much further than Political tact's. The court has in essence given an unsuspecting homeowner the right to shoot a cop.

    Consequently the Court just put a bulls eye on LEO."

    LEO's carry on daily with a target on their back. It's part of their training.
    The courts did nothing but help protect the innocent housewife from being beaten behind closed doors after a call about a domestic dispute. ----- THE COPS ARE THERE TO HELP!"
    ==========Actually, they're there to enforce the Laws (therules, wishes and desires) of the State. Some individual policeman may act, in some situations, in the direct benefit of the parties involved; but in general they follow the orders described by the current condition of the Law. That condition is political, and they only follow orders."

    But law enforcement, like the military, has the option of REJECTING ORDERS, LAWS, EDICTS THAT VIOLATE HIS OR HER OATH TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION.

    The Oath Keepers is just such a movement, they will be inevitably marching in Indiana at this rate:


    This directly violates rule #2 -- "We will NOT obey any order to conduct warrantless searches of the American people, their homes, vehicles, papers, or effects - such as warrantless house-to house searches for weapons or persons."

    As you can see, there is another issue involved.
    Law enforcement can enter a home any time now right? Then they will need to know WHO HAS A GUN.

    And when they arrive for milk and cookies, your gun(s) will be removed from the house. It's for the officers' and greater society's safety of course.

    There here to protect you.

    You have nothing to hide right?

    Freedom is slavery.

    All weapons will be removed. Any deemed potential weapon will be removed. Any anti-government literature, manuals, fireworks, etc etc will be reported. What about what's on your computer? How about inside your wife's panty drawer?

    Any cell phone/video cam will be shut down, no recording of the proceedings by you allowed. What is your behavior, tone, dialogue dear fellow serfs with the storm troopers? Are you "polite", or does a report need to be filed, with you, family and home interior/exterior videotaped and logged for future "interviews."

    This is the slippery slope of tyranny. We already know how this goes. We've been educated in the proceedings from the Warsaw ghettos to the trenches in Cambodia, the destructive power/control psyche of maniacs in power with no conscience; that is, dehumanization of humanity itself.

    You see, you don't have the right to live in their eyes. And, YOU ARE IN THE WAY.

    Hundreds of millions of dead around the world testify to that. More lives have been lost as a result of tyranny than any war in the twentieth century, made possible by a disarmed populace with no civil rights.

    And the police chiefs, law enforcement staff understand how well-armed Indiana is with this new edict. They are aware of the militias, the armed citizenry, and on the other spectrum the motorcycle gangs, the Klan, the Aryan Brotherhood, and bunkers loaded with munitions.

    So they'll need tactical teams. Anyone perceived to exercise their so-called "gun rights" to a police walk-in must be made an example of, submission and obedience, you, your family, pets, alive or dead, you will comply. Hey, it's the Waco Rules remember? Authorities can kill women and children without reprisal. And your court case will be railroaded, forget "fair hearing" -- it's for the greater good you understand.

    So as a loving peaceful Americans without any record of infraction be it speeding ticket,etc, WE HAVE ONE SIMPLE QUESTION to ask Indiana police chiefs, administrators, and judges.

    Since the rule of Law and the U.S. Constitution no longer protects us lowly Indiana commoners, do you believe it still protects you?

    To act with impunity results in grave consequences.

    Perhaps you are familiar with a few of the sayings:

    Scorched earth
    Old Testament
    Getting It On

    So when a freeman/woman defends their home and is slaughtered because of an unconstitutional edict, it is only fitting in proper "fairness" the targets of opportunity extend to you and your own families. Police departments can be difficult to run as well without functionaries, dispatcher, etc.

    Didn't the past few years skyrocket sales of arms and ammo tell you anything?

    We are armed.

    And we are EVERYWHERE.


The latest defense for shooting civilians by the police is "I was afraid for my life"
Now, so are we.


  1. Great post! We now are on like Donkey Kong. I almost feel bad for the Police as many are good people. Hopefully, they self-select themselves out of the force quickly.


  2. Unfortunately, Indiana was not the first. The Washington State Supreme Court ruled in 1997 that a person has no right to resist an unlawful arrest. The horribly tortured analysis and disembowlment of the common law right was in State v. Valentine, 935 P.2d 1294. "In sum, we hold that, although a person who is being unlawfully arrested has a right, as the trial court indicated in instruction 17, to use reasonable and proportional force to resist an attempt to inflict injury on him or her during the course of an arrest, that person may not use force against the arresting officers if he or she is faced only with a loss of freedom."

    Bad facts make bad law.

    Let me know if you would like a copy of this infamous case.


  3. Piss on black robed demigod "judges". Someone who breaks in my door in the wee hours will be turned into hamburger by me and Mr. Mossberg with 3 inch 00 magnums. It will be close range. I will aim for the face. Then the crotch. And I'll piss on their twitching remains. this is not a game, and I'm tired of their circumventing the rules...

  4. already happened,or close to it in Tucson,az..Ex marine's wife woke him,saw a man with a gun in the yard.He grab's his AR15,went to the back door,where the swat team was,got shot 60 out of 74 shots thru the back window.Rumor has it they raided the wrong house.

  5. MY reply is...Double Canister...Fire.
    3 inch bore muzzle loader doesn't leave much. Has an effect like a claymore mine.
    Simply put, Cops in the commission of a criminal act are no longer cops. They have no protection at all under the law and anyone ruling they do is an accessory before-after-to the fact. So the judges ruling in favor of criminal acts are in fact criminals themselves and must be prosecuted as such. Preferably at a drumhead hearing and appeal with a following execution of sentence. I suggest the following as sentence: impalement, Hanging, firing squad,ect ect...