Canaries are Dying
did the brilliant Founders ever bother to include, as an individual
right of the People, a Second Amendment -not that today, anyone
can even recite it, let alone comprehend it? Simple: it's
the one that power-hungry politicians hate.
society's canary in the mineshaft: you can be readily assured
that when the Second Amendment starts to be infringed -as
it already has in evil social fascist oligarchies such as
Massachusetts, New York, Illinois and California -that every
other Amendment will be dishonored and trampled upon as well.
as in the "slippery slope" argument over the right
to life, if we allow the evil social fascists a single opening
anywhere, they'll shoehorn it into a blanket absolution to
murder anyone, anywhere for no reason whatsoever.
"they're suffering -it'll ease their pain."
"I didn't ask for that little brat!"
the "controversial" death penalty: traditionally,
only one man in all of society held the physical power of
death: the sheriff. A jury -not a judge -could decide you
should be killed, but only the sheriff had the authority to
carry it out. That historic link in the once-inviolate chain
of justice was unceremoniously discarded in the face of society's
joy over its new-found toy, electricity. Once public hangings
had been superceded by astonishing executions by "Westinghousing"
the prisoner, the deed was done, and the sacred power over
life and death was shoddily passed off to a mere committee
comprised of fat, balding, four-eyed no-nothings eager to
witness another smoking human being.
fantastic were the results that members of temperance organizations
and other upstanding community busybodies soon agitated for
the doing away with such public spectacles, as they were just
too intense for the average sheep. Once physicians believed
the Oath they swore to "first, do no harm." but
obviously, that antiquated rhetoric is unsuitable for today's
society: after all, it includes the concept of healing without
role model? Doctor Kildare? Marcus Welby? No, Doctor Kevorkian!
In what way does such societal tinkering by evil social fascists
differ from the noble experiments on complacent Jewish prisoners
by their compassionate Nazi hosts? Make no mistake: the universe
operates on certain immutable principles: what goes around
comes around. I took the murders of six million innocent Jews
to create the nation of Israel.
took from 1945 until 1989 to overthrow the communist menace.
Those who blithely trample on your rights can expect their
descendents to suffer the just consequences of their evil
behavior. Those same brilliant Founders wisely included in
the magnificent Constitution -even though you've never read
it -the right of revolution. Most state Constitutions also
include some version of it: president Abraham Lincoln, in
his first inaugural address said, "This country,
with its institutions, belongs to the People who inhabit it.
Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing 'government,'
they can exercise their Constitutional right of amending it,
or their revolutionary right to dismember or overthrow it."
malum prohibitum laws forbidding it to the contrary, the People
-even if they don't realize it -actually hold power. It's
inevitable: once society grows lazy enough to foolishly delegate
away its precious authority to mere mercenaries, however well-intentioned,
that same evil group of power-mad politicians will lie, cheat
and steal everything humanly possible for them to do so, until
the People are left with nothing.
that's exactly what it will take for the fat, happy, remote-punching
comfortably-reclining couch potatoes to finally get off their
lazy asses: when they at last are herded into the (flying)
cattle cars by the same black-uniformed jack-booted thugs
menacing us with German machineguns now in evidence at every
airport in the nation and rudely deposited in the frigid,
windswept barbed-wire enclosed concentration camps made from
recycled military bases throughout the country. Only at the
moment that they're inn line to the ovens will they, too later,
understand the profound words of Founder Thomas Jefferson:
"From time to time, the tree of liberty must be watered
with the blood of tyrants and patriots. It is its natural
you never made a pilgrimage to ground zero in the evil social
fascist oligarchy of New York, you missed a rare opportunity
to inhale the actual fragrance of that patriotic manure created
from the paste of the one thousand seven hundred ninety-six
innocent citizens never recovered. You can still visit Shanksville
Pennsylvania and show your family what the grave of a patriot
looks like: a mere smoking hole in the ground. In the words
of Founder Benjamin Franklin, "They that
can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Stewart Mill said, "War is an ugly thing, but not
the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of
moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is
worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for
which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important
than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and
has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the
exertions of better men than himself."
relax, put your feet up, delicately thumb the remote and casually
observe your big screen with surround daily lay out the pageantry
of the canaries dying in far away places like Heaton North
Dakota, Ruby Ridge Idaho, Waco Texas, and Fremont Michigan,
as you gluttonously scoff down your gourmet tidbits in air-conditioned
content to bequeath the blood-work to your hapless descendants.
In Germany, as the complacent Jews were being led to the ovens,
each of the six million also said, "it can't