I’ve talked about military slavery — aka “the draft” — a lot on this blog. I talk about it because I hate it so much.
I talk about it because it is one of the “lines in the sand” for me. It’s a line I will never allow anyone to cross. Which literally means I would view a modern draft properly and accurately: as the threat to my life and liberty that it is.
Rationally, this means self-defense, which consequently means, retaliatory violent force directed against the individual or group of individuals attempting to conscript me.
In everyday speak, that means self-defense against law enforcement officers, which is a very taboo or “sacred cow” topic in America. It’s taboo because it requires a person to think, and think hard. The question being: does a law enforcement officer retain any authority when he himself breaks the law?
What about when he and five of his buddies break the law?
What about 10?
What about 100?
Of course, anyone with a brain knows the law is not contextual. Any law enforcement officer violating the law ceases to hold any legitimate authority. The number of people breaking it is meaningless.
This is true because it is impossible to enforce and violate a law at the same time.
Slavery of any kind is certainly illegal, including the military flavor, regardless of the lies you have been told about “tradition”, “duty”, and the tolerance of the cowards who came before you. No one has a claim over your life. Unalienable rights are not up for delegation, now, yesterday, tomorrow, or at any point in human history.
You have a right to your life and a right to live it freely.
I’ll continue to remind readers of this blog how utterly evil a military draft is. Hopefully this warning is never needed. Good chance that it will be needed though if Ron Paul is not elected President. It will come with a bunch of excuses, and receive as little media coverage as possible.
The great irony is that the only people actually doing any defending during a military draft are the people defending their lives, who will be quickly labeled domestic terrorists.
But when evil is good, and everything is a contradiction, what else would you expect?
— Anthony Dream Johnson