Thursday, November 01, 2007

Who You Gonna Call, When They Come For You?

As promised, here is Alex Jones' take on the New World Order, replete with Bilderberg references. This is Part 8 of the ENDGAME Series.

You may think this next bit is off-topic, but reflect on the dwindling options left for free people in the world for a moment, before dismissing it out of hand.

If you suddenly had to fight for your life, or the life of your family, against huge odds, who would you call? 911? We had better get used to the idea that when the shit hits the fan, we are on our own. Do you have any idea how truly vulnerable we are as the police state gathers in all the monopoly pieces on the board? The police are not required to protect us; in case you thought they were, see The Castle Rock Vs Gonzales Supreme Court decision. In a nut shell: Mrs Gonzales, who was 'estranged' from her husband, had reason to believe she and her three daughters were in danger from Mr. Gonzales. She sought and was granted a temporary restraining order against Mr. Gonzales. Mr. Gonzales ignored the piece of paper, and abducted the three daughters. Police were not only notified, but called repeatedly for help. Police basically decided there was no danger to the family. Couple of days later, Mr. Gonzales attacks the police station (popularly called, suicide by cop), and he was shot to death. In Mr. Gonzales pick-up truck were the murdered bodies of the three daughters, Leslie, 7, Katheryn, 9 and Rebecca, 10.

Now, a lawsuit was initiated against the town of Castle Rock, Colorado, et al. A two-year legal battle ensued, in which the US Supreme Court ultimately found, not only did Mrs. Gonzales not have any ground to sue, but the police have a (legal?) right of discretion in whether or not to enforce the restraining order.

"...there is no Constitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen."

Later court decisions have concurred.

Mrs. Gonzales's mistake was thinking the police would ultimately come to her, and her little daughters' rescue. And it cost the lives of her three children. And yet the leftnuts in government and the Brady Bunch would take away our ability (and our right) to protect ourselves, our families, and our property. In some states, the law says that an attackee must first try to retreat, before taking any action to protect life and home. Does this make any sense at all? I guess it doesn't in some other states, because the state legislatures have a "do not flee" or the Castle Doctrine. If you, your family or home are attacked, you have the right to defend yourself, using deadly force, if necessary. I'm paraphrasing, of course.

There's a lot more to this Castle Rock case, like "property interests", and a lot of legalistic hooey, but it illustrates my point: the police are not there to protect you, but rather to enforce laws at their discretion. The US Supreme Court has spoken. Others have written about this, and eloquently. Wendy McElroy is one.

I am beyond caring what anyone thinks about what I post. But I am not beyond caring about the loss of freedom we are experiencing in America. The government would deny us the right and means to defend ourselves, yet has decided that the police depts. across America are not there to protect its citizens. And there's nothing you or I can do about that.

Right now, I have at hand a telephone, and an American-made product by Smith & Wesson. I know the power and limitations of both in crises which sometimes arise in life. And I know how to use each of them, should the need arise.

How about you? Who you gonna call? Gonna call 911, and sit quaking in a corner, hoping the calvary will show up?

Don't bet your life on it.