Friday, September 25, 2020

The murder of Breonna-- it's not racism

The murder of Breonna Tayler isn't about racism

It's about cops being out of control. It's about the evil and destructive policy of "qualified immunity". It's about the evil practice of no-knock raids, and the expectation that people sit quietly and allow violent intruders to invade their homes without opposition. It's about the demand that you sit and die peacefully instead of shooting back at bad guys who are kicking in your door with guns drawn. And it's about prohibition.

If you want to defend cops, you are on the side of the police state.

Police are the problem; the War on Politically Incorrect Drugs is the fuel.

Some copsuckers are saying this wasn't a murder. Yeah, right.

If I break into your house with guns drawn and then kill a woman inside the house, did I murder her? Of course I did. Anyone inside that house would be right to fill me full of lead until I stop twitching. It makes zero difference if the person in my place wears a badge. If you imagine it does, you might as well move to North Korea right now, because America isn't the place for you and isn't made better by your presence.

There is always only one question to ask when cops kill someone: Was that person (or, in this case, anyone else who belonged in that house) currently violating the life, liberty, or property of anyone else? That's a big, fat nope.

Cops are scum. Nothing will change for the better until people stop pretending otherwise and start seeing them for what they are.


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  1. "Police are the problem; the War on Politically Incorrect Drugs is the fuel."

    Or the other way around. Once a populace accepts that the government has a right to dictate what substances an individual is allowed to put into his own body, a police state is already a fait accompli; the rest is just administrative details.

    To the theme of your column: absolutely right. The color problem with cops isn't black, it's blue. They violate the rights of everyone, without regard to race, color, or creed. Just as we prosecuted Germany's foot-soldiers and called BS on "I was just following orders", cops today should expect to be called to account for their crimes of enforcing a huge catalog of illegitimate laws.

    1. Over on Steemit, a commenter gave me the "opportunity" to revise this post to say that not all cops are bad. I declined the offer. Good people don't put themselves into position to receive and follow bad orders.