Thursday, November 13, 2008

A manifesto

Everyone should have guns; all other freedoms derive from that.

The God given rights thing is hard for some people to understand, so I think this makes things simpler. We all get guns and that cannot be infringed anywhere, and people can figure out the other rights from there. Is some hippie going to tell a guy with a gun what he can and can’t say? Only once.

Only whiny little bitches care how much money other people have.

The only reason anyone should be concerned about the success of others is if they want to copy it. How much money someone makes shouldn’t even be the concern of the government. If someone making a lot of money gets you all bothered because it reminds you of what a tiny little penis you have, then you need to live in a sissier country that tolerates whiny babies, pinko.

Other countries should fear us like an angry god.

Having the respect of other countries is nice and all, but usually pretty fickle. Fear is a nice constant. All other countries should know that if you cross us, we will come at you with like a spider monkey. You won’t know what to expect. While you’re running around in caves with AK-47s, we’ll have robots with gattling gun arms, lasers shooting you from space, micro-nukes, death rays, and of course genetically engineered dinosaurs with rocket launchers on them. To have victory against us is as infeasible as winning in a fist fight with the sun.

Government is evil.

It’s a necessary evil, but it is an evil. Any application of government should be done in a somber fashion, as it is a failure of our humanity that we couldn’t handle it as individual citizens. Deciding whether to apply government to solve a problem should be considered on the same level as burning down an orphanage full of children to solve a problem. Deciding to tax should be thought of like deciding to stab an innocent man for our own gain. Anyone who celebrates government is a ghoulish wretch who must be ostracized from polite society.

More here

Three shot in SC home invasion: "Greenville County Deputies were called to a home on New Dunham Bridge Road around 11:30 pm Tuesday night. Deputies say a group broke in the back door of the house and started shooting at the people who were inside. A homeowner grabbed a gun and fired back. Investigators tell our sister station WSPA, three people were wounded. Two victims were sent to the hospital. Officers were going through the house for clues early Wednesday morning while deputies tried to put their neighbors at ease. Lt. Tim Ridgeway with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office said, “There are no other injuries everybody’s fine. A couple of houses were hit with bullets”. Investigators do not think this was a random crime. They have not made any arrests or named any suspects. Officers do not know the conditions of the victims, but one was shot in the chest."

WI: Crazy man shot: "A 24-year-old man is dead after a domestic dispute in Mequon. Police Monday identified the man they shot as Ryan Carey. He has no prior criminal record. Police said he was the live-in boyfriend of Jackie Chiarelli, 26, the woman who owns the house. It all started when they got in a physical fight, according to investigators. "The resident tried running away from the residence and upon leaving, in her in vehicle, was shot at by Carey," said Mequon Police Captain Scott Tyler. Chiarelli was not hit. Then Carey shot at responding patrol cars, shattering two windows on one squad with the officer inside. “He hit the car, from what I understand there are bullet fragments inside the car,” Tyler said. One officer fired back at Carey, striking him down in the driveway. “There were no words exchanged,” Tyler said. Police tried CPR on Carey, but he was pronounced dead a short time later at Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee."

Ohio: Shopowner too slow to fire: "Both Nelson and Smith testified against Christopher Cameron, 23, who could get the death penalty if convicted of aggravated murder in Shalash's death. He also is charged with two counts of aggravated robbery. Nelson, now 17, said he was standing next to the cash register when Shalash startled him by saying, "I know you, I know you!" before grabbing a loaded .357 Magnum from under the counter. "I told (Shalash) to lay down, and he wouldn't," Nelson said. "He pulled a gun from somewhere under the counter, and we began to wrestle." Shalash fired twice, Nelson said. "I was scared, and I told Chris to shoot him. Then there was gunshots, and the man fell. I know I didn't shoot him because my gun wasn't loaded." The pair took Shalash's pistol and $200 from the register. In March 2007, Smith and Nelson each pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and aggravated robbery and agreed to testify against Cameron. Both are serving 20-year prison sentences."

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