Enemies of Liberty are ruthless. To own your Liberty, you'd better come harder than your enemies..

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The FedGov Prespective on Charlotte and Beyond

"Protest is protected by our Constitution and is a vital instrument for raising issues and creating change," Lynch said in prepared remarks at the annual International Bar Association conference in Washington, D.C. "But when it turns violent, it undermines the very justice that it seeks to achieve and I urge those demonstrating in Charlotte to remain peaceful in their expressions of protest and concern."

Remember, folks - everything before the 'but' can be discarded...

Here's the piece.

When you decide to Go Hard, burn it to the ground and extirpate.  If John Parker had abided by Lynch's paradigm, we'd still be speaking British.  ;)

1 comment:

  1. John Parker didn't have to go looking for trouble; it came looking for men like him.

    The principle of Just Warfare is that it is always Defensive in nature. It is not an action of conquest, nor a mission of plunder; The objectives of Just warfare are:
    1. to defend the civil population(s) and their communities;
    2. to destroy the enemy's will and ability to sustain the war they have undertaken;
    3. to destroy, capture, or cause to retreat all enemy forces, including those forces native to the territory, but who are loyal to the enemy(ies).

    Lastly, and particularly in a civil war, those incorrigibles amongst the population who provide aid and comfort to the enemy must be rooted out and dealt with exactly as if they were enemy combatants - they must be killed or forcefully expatriated as prisoners at the end of hostilities, without any property or means whatsoever. This bears necessity for two reasons -
    a. while the enemy retains support elements within the area of conflict, the conflict is not resolved - this is the difference between true peace and a provisional cease-fire
    b. they are in their very nature a subversive lot, as established by their treachery against their own community and nation, and thus their loyalty can never again be trusted. Ever.

    To do less that achieving total victory is to fail. There are no in-betweens.

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