Sunday, May 13, 2012

Accepting consequences of outlawry

You may or may not know about the recent uproar that came about when a respected liberty activist was found to be working as a police informant.

It makes me really sad.

Do you have an absolute human right to use, sell, and purchase any substances you want? Yes. But, as I have said many times, it may not be smart to do so in the current circumstances in which we find ourselves. You have to weigh the consequences and decide if it is worth it to you right now- in case you are caught.

We are ALL outlaws, so we had better accept that fact and start doing things to protect ourselves from the real bad guys- the ones with badges and government jobs. And remember that if you are doing something that the Rulers forbid, it is your responsibility and you shouldn't turn on other people if you get caught just to try to strike a deal with the bad guys. Well, maybe report the mayor or police chief for something, but not non-aggressive people.



  1. Right on, Kent. Too few people are familiar with the "Prisoner's Dilemma".

  2. Speaking of which, watch this video for an ingenious use of that: UK game show

  3. Bob Dylan: "To live outside the law you must be honest". True enough, if you think about.

  4. Well the deputy walks on hard nails and the preacher rides a mount
    But nothing really matters much it's doom alone that counts
    And the one-eyed undertaker he blows a futile horn
    "Come in" she said
    "I'll give you shelter from the storm".
    I've heard newborn babies wailing like a mourning dove
    And old men with broken teeth stranded without love
    Do I understand your question man is it hopeless and forlorn
    "Come in" she said
    "I'll give you shelter from the storm".
    Bob Dylan

    takes my breath away

  5. Ladies love outlaws like a banker loves gold,is how the old saw goes.Shit Americans have always sided with outlaws,we started out that way.large parts of this country are populated with the ancestors of every outlaw that ever fought back .The Civil war,last one, is not over yet.Jesse James and the boys are still hero's in some houses.just sayin
    The country is awash in posers. beware of the fakes,frauds and part time broads.
    Outlaws have the scars to prove it

  6. For what it's worth, all of the people she informed on were ALSO engaged in the drug trade, and as such were willingly taking that risk.

    I find it difficult to condone her actions, but I also find little sympathy for those effected.