"Mistrust those in whom the urge to punish is strong." Friedrich Nietzche

"Any and all non-violent, non-coercive, non-larcenous, consensual adult behavior that does not physically harm other people or their property or directly and immediately endangers same, that does not disturb the peace or create a public nuisance, and that is done in private, especially on private property, is the inalienable right of all adults. In a truly free and liberty-loving society, ruled by a secular government, no laws should be passed to prohibit such behavior. Any laws now existing that are contrary to the above definition of inalienable rights are violations of the rights of adults and should be made null and void." D. M. Mitchell (from The Myth of Inalienable Rights, at: http://dowehaverights.blogspot.com/)

Friday, September 25, 2009


Why do policemen become policemen? Why do politicians become politicians? Some of them, I am sure, do it for good, community, helping "the people" purposes. The others? They do it for the power.

If a policeman or politician is in office for 2 years or more, they know that the system is corrupt. If they want to get anything done, they must work with the corrupt ones. That makes them corrupt also.

The two-fold purpose of the police force is to follow up on crimes, after they have been committed, and to harass otherwise honest citizens. No policeman will magically appear between you and the bad guy as he is about to stab, beat, shoot, or rape you. "To serve and protect" is a nice slogan, but it does not match reality.

Am I against all policemen? No, if they honestly and diligently go after the people who violate the rights of others, especially those who violently violate the rights of other. Everything else is harassment of otherwise honest citizens.

Am I against all politicians? That one is a bit harder. Most politicians, as my brother adamantly states, are whores. There are few who are actually working for their constituency and not themselves. It's the power thing. Very addictive. Our politicians today are the new aristocracy.

Do not trust your public servants. Most of them want to be, and to some extent are, your public masters.

As Friedrich Nietzsche said, "Mistrust those in whom the urge to punish is strong." The United States is, per capita, and in actual numbers, the largest jailer in the world. The government loves to punish. Can we truly trust the police, the prosecutors, the politicians, and the judges who work for the government? Because, if you know nothing else about politics and the law, know this, the law doesn't not equal justice. Want proof? The United States Supreme Court upheld slavery and the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850. The Supreme Court of the United States! Was it justice? No! But, it was the law. Think about it.

If your behavior is non-violent, non-coercive, non-larcenous, and done alone or among consenting adults, then it is you inalienable right to so behave. If you do not harm other people or their property, if you do not immediately and directly endanger other people and their property, it is you inalienable right to so behave if you wish to do so.

Go to http://dowehaverights.blogspot.com/, "The Myth of Inalienable Rights", to read what I am really talking about.