Friday, February 3, 2012

Mow your lawn!

You can refuse to mow the lawn, but you will be 'cited' (threatened) by the 'authorities'; you can refuse to pay the fine, but those 'authorities' will attempt to 'confiscate' (steal) your property; you can resist the theft, but you will be 'arrested' (kidnapped); you can resist capture, but you will be 'pacified' (beaten); you may resist the beating but... if you are a persistent 'interdictional nonsuccumber' (survivor), you will be 'jailed' (put in a cage).

Makes you think twice about those threats to mow your lawn, huh?

Every law, no matter the apparent lack of purport, is a demand backed by the threat of violence, that if not obsequiously obeyed ...

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