Sunday, November 16, 2014

Who's on the right side?

Cops should like me. I am on the side cops pretend to be on. I am against theft and aggression. I advocate stepping up and defending people who become victims of either one. Isn't this what cops are supposedly in favor of? Isn't this why many of them claim they took the job?

If a cop opposes me it exposes that he isn't on the side he pretends. It shows he's on the side of the bad guys. Yes, it is as simple as that.

If you are on the side of Rightful Liberty, and opposed to counterfeit "laws" (which, by definition, violate Rightful Liberty) and the enforcement of those "laws", then you are on the right side. Those who oppose you are simply exposing themselves as the bad guys they truly are.

They'll never be honest about it, so I'll continue to point at them and draw attention to what they are.



  1. A new family has rented the house next to mine. I spoke briefly with the father/husband because he had a rather worn "Don't Tread on Me" flag flying on the side of his garage. Turns out he "kind of" considers himself a Libertarian. However, he works for the California Highway Patrol. Oh how I wanted to lecture him, but I didn't. No sense in unnecessarily pissing off a cop by pointing out to him that he is sworn to uphold laws that are 180 degrees in conflict with Libertarian principles. His head might have exploded...or worse.

    1. I'm very glad I have no cops as neighbors. My closest neighbor is a sorta libertarian Tea Party type. We get along very well. Her on-again/off-again guy friend is even more libertarian.
      With your cop neighbor probably the best thing you can do is just lead by example. And maybe accidentally point him to my blog, while retaining plausible deniability.