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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Sometimes they just shoot your kid's dog and then shoot your kid and then shoot your wife while she's holding your infant and never even bother with the door.

    [ame=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruby_Ridge]Ruby Ridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame]

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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Really? Can you show some of the legal documents you've been provided with by these 'government-agents'? And for what reasons have they 'bust down your door'? Pictures of your doors? Any information you can provide would be useful.
    I'll try my best to broadcast my arrest / killing live on the Internet when they finally do come for me, presumably for tax resistance.

    In the meantime, you can familiarize yourself with the histories of the other 7.2 million people in this country who are currently in prison / jail, on probation, or on parole - the majority of whom are there due to "victimless crimes", and many others in a rational society would just be paying restitution to their victims instead.


    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Are you still a pedophile?
    Why would you even accuse me of something like that? Does being pro-choice on abortion automatically mean you enjoy getting abortions on purpose? Does support for the right of gun-ownership automatically mean that you enjoy shooting people?

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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Libman View Post
    A slave who kisses his massa's butt knows not of the whip...
    Bad analogy. In society, even the "massa", whoever that is (the government?), has to follow the rules it sets.

    Mix in the fact that in a democracy, nearly everyone has some say in these rules.

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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Once, but that isn't a story for the forums

    Quote Originally Posted by Voidwar View Post
    Sometimes they just shoot your kid's dog and then shoot your kid and then shoot your wife while she's holding your infant and never even bother with the door.

    Ruby Ridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    lol, true story.

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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Libman View Post
    I'll try my best to broadcast my arrest / killing live on the Internet when they finally do come for me, presumably for tax resistance.
    So they haven't busted down your door? I thought you said it happened all the time?

    Why would you even accuse me of something like that? Does being pro-choice on abortion automatically mean you enjoy getting abortions on purpose? Does support for the right of gun-ownership automatically mean that you enjoy shooting people?
    Oh I guess it's only alright to make silly nonsequitur ad homs when it's a pedophile like yourself.
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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeVFF View Post
    Once
    Really? Give more information please.
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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Really? Give more information please.
    Classified

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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    Bad analogy. In society, even the "massa", whoever that is (the government?), has to follow the rules it sets.
    The government finds it prudent to make its slaves believe that they are free, which is how it is able to convince us to run a sophisticated economy and thus profit more from us, but it can break its own rules any time it wants to.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    Mix in the fact that in a democracy, nearly everyone has some say in these rules.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Libman View Post
    Democracy is the most tyrannical form of government that can remain stable in a modern post-industrialized society. It is characterized by subtle yet highly effective use of brainwashing to allow passive control of the subjects, who are "kept on a long leash" and are allowed to keep a faction of the wealth they create for their own use. They are led to believe that the government exists in their interest, and the lowest common denominator of their opinions is pandered to in some trivial matters (i.e. election of figureheads).

    By effectively encouraging blind faith in the government system, democratic governments can get away much higher levels of infringement on individual rights than less manipulative forms of government. History is filled with examples of peasant uprisings against a tyrannical ruler, but in a democracy people's anger is manipulated and misdirected toward trivial rituals (i.e. voting). Since governments always have more influence on the public (i.e. public schooling) than the other way around, and because the system is rigged on other levels as well, there exists no real danger of those rituals ever challenging the entrenched ruling class of government bureaucrats and their allies.

    Democracy is the greatest threat that currently exists to the hope of eventual freedom for mankind, freedom of course being based on uninfringeable individual rights that can only exist in a pure free-market capitalist society.

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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeVFF View Post
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    Just as I thought. Don't worry. It was a rhetorical demand.
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    Re: Have "government-agents" bust down your door?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Just as I thought. Don't worry. It was a rhetorical demand.
    I would share, but that would mean I would have to replace my door again.

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