October 11, 2018

Don’t hold your breath.

The late Sam Francis coined the term “anarcho-tyranny” to describe how the managerial state torments the law abiding and ignores the lawless. Thus, as antifa openly conspire to use violence against Americans’ First Amendment rights, the federal government, under an ostensibly “conservative” president, cracks down on groups that fight back. Unless the federal government begins prosecuting antifa groups, this looks like a quiet endorsement of them.

This latest indictment follows in the spirit of S.J. Res 49, passed unanimously by the Republican Congress in September 2017, which called on the President to use all available means to combat the “hate groups” that brawled in Charlottesville. It specifically mentioned white nationalists, white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan, and neo-Nazis—but not antifa.[1]

Jeffy is full of righteous fury over pot, though. And the Republicans in Congress are, as usual, scared of their own shadow. That faint ray of outrage from them during the Kavanaugh travesty was gratifying but late in the game.

[1] "FBI Arrests White ‘Serial Rioters.’" By Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, 10/8/18.

1 comment:

paul scott said...

I wonder if there will be a test to see what constitutes "Hate" and "Groups".
For instance, if you started a group >> Hating Satanic evil Democrats <<, and had group meetings and records of Hate, would that count?.
This whole thing means you are making law against certain emotions. presumably only activated on some action itself of hate.
Why can't we have a law against Christian love.
This would be where I was so sick and weak that I helped my neighour specifically out of an attitude of Christian giving.
Love and attachment to anything but the State could be punishable.
Along these lines Jamie Glazov interviewed a fellow called Will Johnson, who made a film called "Back in America " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kNn3aERs9w&t=139s