Who will enforce edicts of The State – every time?

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The most frequent abuser of Rightful Liberty in America is the .Gov employee.

Every single infringement of Rightful Liberty by .Gov employees is facilitated by the presence of a man or woman with a badge and firearm, or at least the threat of involving a man or woman with  badge and firearm.  The Code Enforcer who demands that you cut your grass may not be armed, but he can and will call an armed co-worker to help him enforce his edict.

Tyrants always employ enforcers.  Thus it has been since the beginning of Man.  Thus it will always be until Man evolves.

Tyrants often make themselves unassailable and unavailable when you must defend your Liberty.

Tyrants hide behind walls of enforcers.

It is always, every single time, a Tyrant’s Thug who imposes infringements and violations of your Rightful Liberty when said infringements and violations are commanded by The State.

When you must defend yourself from immoral infringements and violations of your Rightful Liberty by The State, your first act of self-defense is most appropriately directed at the enforcers.  Once the enforcers no longer have the ability or the will to impose their violence upon you, the path is open to the architects of the injustices.

Defend yourself wisely, Patriot.

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One thought on “Who will enforce edicts of The State – every time?

  1. Plus there’s the fact thaq the gestapo/stormtroopers are under no obligation to protect any citizen…

    Here are the few cases I’ve found so far that reinforce the fact that outside of certain very limited situations (like your being in custody) the government bears no affirmative duty – read that as “liability in case of a failure” – to provide for your protection.

    The case name is followed by the publication information to allow you to verify it for yourself.
    South v. Maryland 59 U.S. (How.) 396, 15 L.Ed.433 (1856)
    Cocking v Wade 87 Md. 529 (1898)
    Riss v. City of New York 22 N.Y.2d 579, 293 NYS2d 897, 240 N.E.2d 860 (N.Y. Ct. of Ap. 1958);
    Ne Casek v. City of Los Angeles 233 Cal.App.2d 131, 43 Cal.Rptr. 294 (1965)
    Keane v. City of Chicago 98 Ill. App.2d 460, 240 N.E.2d 321 (1968);
    Susman v. City of Los Angeles, et al. 269 Cal.App.2d 803, 75 Cal.Rptr. 240 (1969)
    Silver v. City of Minneapolis 170 N.W.2d 206 (S.Ct. Minn. 1969)
    Evett v. City of Inverness, 224 So.2d 365, 366-67 (Fla.Dist.Ct.App.1969).
    Massengill v. Yuma County, 104 Ariz. 518, 456 P.2d 376 (1969);
    Simpson’s Food Fair v. Evansville 272 N.E. 2d 871 (Ind.Ct. of Ap.) 1971;
    Antique Arts Corp. v. City of Torrence 39 Cal.App.3d 588, 114 Cal.Rptr. 332 (1974)
    Hartzler v. City of San Jose 46 Cal.App.3d 6, 120 Cal.Rptr. 5 (1975)
    Walters v. Hampton, 14 Wash. App. 548, 543 P.2d 648 (1975);
    Henderson v. St. Petersburg, 247 So.2d 23 (Fla. Ct. App. 1971);
    Evers v. Westerberg, (1972)38 A.D.2d 751, 329 N.Y.S. 615;
    Huey v. Cicero, 41 Ill.2d 361, 243 N.E.2d 214 (1968);
    Trautman v. City of Stamford, (1975 Super. Ct.)32 Conn. Sup. 258, 350 A.2d 782
    Commercial Union Ins. Co. v. City of Wichita, 217 Kan. 44, 536 P.2d 54 (1975);
    Sapp v. City of Tallahassee 348 So.2d 363 (Fla. Ct. of Ap. 1977);
    Jamison v. Chicago, 48 Ill. App. 3d 567 (1st Dist. 1977)
    Weutrich v. Delia 155 N.J. Super 324, 326, 382 A.2d 929, 930 (1978);
    DeHoney v. Hernandez, 122 Ariz. 367, 372, 595 P.2d 159, 164 (1979)
    Trujillo v. City of Albuquerque, 93 N.M. 564, 569, 603 P.2d 303 (1979)
    Crouch v. Hall, 406 N.E.2d 303, 304 (Ind.App.1980);
    Porter v. Urbana, 88 Ill.App.3d 443, 445, 43 Ill.Dec. 610, 612, 410 N.E.2d 610, 612 (1980)
    Stone v. State 106 Cal.App.3d 924, 165 Cal Rep. 339 (1980)
    Warren v. District of Columbia (444 A.2d 1, 1981)
    Chapman v. City of Philadelphia, 434 A.2d 753 (Sup.Ct. Penn. 1981);
    Bowers v. DeVito, 686 F.2d 61 (7th Cir. 1982).
    Davidson v. City of Westminster, 32 C.3d 197, 185 Cal.Rptr. 252, 649 P.2d 894 (S.Ct. Cal. 1982);
    Shore v. Town of Stonington, 187 Conn. 147, ___, 444 A.2d 1379, 1381 (1982);
    Morgan v. District of Columbia, 468 A.2d 1306 (D.C. Ct. of Ap. 1983);
    Morris v. Musser, 478 A.2d 937 (1984);
    Thurman v. City of Torrington 595 F.Supp.1521 (D.Conn. 1984)
    Westbrooks v. State, 173 Cal.App.3d 1203, 219 Cal.Rtr. 674 (1985)
    Calogrides v. City of Mobile, 475 So.2d 560 (S.Ct. A;a. 1985);
    DeShaney v. Winnebago County Department of Social Services, 489 U.S. 189, 109 S.Ct. 998, 1989 (1989)
    Balistreri v. Pacifica Police Department, 901 F.2d 696 (9th Cir. 1990).
    McKee v. City of Rockwall, Texas, 877 F.2d409 (5th Cir. 1989), cert. denied, 110 S.Ct.727 (1990).
    Castle Rock v. Gonzales (04-278) 545 U.S. 748 (2005)

    The question is-why do we even have police?
    What is the Constitutional grounds for the police state we live in?

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