Published on Oct 16, 2015 by Florida Sheriffs
I can’t wait until SHTF. Sick and tired of cops and the whole idea of policing.
WELL………… THEY HAVE TOLD YOU THEY ARE AT WAR WITH YOU, YOU KNOW WHERE YOU STAND…………..
Slick, polished damage-control. And of course, showcasing a worst-case scenario in an attempt to fortify public opinion that sovereigns are evil and deranged. They’re there, on top of every burgeoning movement for freedom, every expression of inalienable rights. I know (sadly) there are some good hearts who got lured into being obedient robots. Sometimes I can’t even discern my own level of obedience. Here is a story that just came to mind. I do not know who wrote it:
A lion was captured and placed in a large yard surrounded by
a high fence. He soon became acquainted with the social life
of the other lions who had been there a long time. The lions
had divided themselves into several clubs, each with its own
activities. One group met regularly to hate and slander the
captors. Another group met to sing sentimentally about a
future jungle having no fences. And a third group met to
secretly plot violence against the other groups.
Each club tried to pressure the newcomer into joining, but
something held him hack. His hesitation was caused by observing
one particular lion who kept to himself and who seemed
to be in deep thought. The newcomer shyly approached the
solitary lion and requested an explanation of his apartness.
‘Join nothing,’ replied the lion. ‘Those foolish creatures do
everything but the necessary. I am doing what is essential, so
one day I will be out of here. You are welcome to all the facts
I have uncovered.’
‘But what is this necessary thing you are doing?’
‘Listen carefully. I am studying the nature of the fence.'”
‘When I want the truth, I ALWAYS turn to police and government’….
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