Thursday, May 15, 2014

Unicorn Memorial Day

Oh, wait... that's "Peace Officers Memorial Day".

What a laugh.

If "peace officers" ever existed, they are extinct, and what we are told to honor in their place is dead Law Enforcement Officers, I actually saw a story that said: "Peace Officer Memorial Day: Flags to be lowered to honor Law Enforcement" - that's like proclaiming "Unicorn Memorial Day" and worshiping road-killed possums while hoping no one notices the substitution.

I noticed.

If there were ever "peace officers" they still lived on money stolen at gunpoint from its rightful owner. Not an honorable thing to do. Since all we have now are Law Imposement Officers, I'm certainly not going to mourn when they die while doing their vile "job". Good riddance to bad trash.

And what of all their innocent victims, killed because the cowardly scum can murder with near-impunity? Where's their memorial?

Maybe I'll fly my Time's Up flag extra high today to celebrate all the dead LEOs. And then tomorrow to celebrate dead rapists. And the next day to celebrate dead (freelance) muggers. And the next day to celebrate dead dictators.



  1. The animated flag I made for you? ;)

    1. That, too!
      I need to add that to my website.

    2. It's on the website now. I even added it to the blog (if it makes things load slowly for anyone, I'm sure they'll let me know). Watch for it to show up all over the place now. LOL

  2. In the old west, at least, when the rough and tumble towns became more civilized, farmers, shop-keepers, their families, churches, the people would, quite often, hire a town marshal and maybe a deputy or two, to keep the peace. Now, of course, everyone has been convinced that we need the police to protect us. And many, if not most, of the police officers have become arrogant bullies if their authority is question even in the least amount.

    An armed citizenry would lessen, if not remove, the need for a police force, or at least give the police officers a reason to not be arrogant bullies. And, today, everyone with camera phones should take videos of police misuse of power when ever possible.