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Sunday, June 6, 2010

The Final Straw?

From EU Referendum:

Several newspapers note that the Cumbria [England] killer Derrick Bird (pictured) may have been in trouble with the tax authorities and feared being made bankrupt by them. There is thus speculation as to whether this was the final straw which triggered his lethal rampage in which 12 people ended up dead.

Certainly, there is good evidence that being on the receiving end of the implacable ministrations of the authorities is indeed enough to trigger a violent response.

If that was the case here, as my newsagent remarked yesterday before even this was known, it was a pity Bird expended his energies on largely innocent people. It was a shame, he said, that he had not put his anger to more productive use and run amok in the Inland Revenue offices or the local town hall.

With a bill for £1,210.33 sitting on my desk – the latest peremptory demand from Bradford Council for its Council Tax – I would quite endorse the choice of the latter target, where the idea of contributing to the £182,000 annual salary (plus pension, perks, etc) of a useless chief executive is not at all appealing.

If it was the contact with officialdom which triggered Bird's rampage, I can quite understand. Reaching into the depths of my own soul, I can touch a portion of my psyche which reserves the blackest hatred for the insouciance of mindless officials, calling themselves the "Department of Customer Services", who would have me committed to jail for failure to yield to their extortion.

And extortion this is.

Unlike any other debt, failure to pay this one results in an automatic prison sentence. It makes a total mockery of the idea that we are free men. We are out on license, on payment of an annual fee to the authorities – failing payment of which the forces of the State are despatched to root you out, with unrestrained violence, to arrest you and commit you to jail. [emphasis added]

Yet steal as much and you are unlikely to be treated as harshly. If you are an MP you can steal £40,000 and still be called "honourable", while you keep your job which you gained under false pretences.

Fortunately for these mindless, faceless officials, we are civilised people – we do not (yet) come for them and slaughter them in their beds, even when we should. And when a creature like Bird finally snaps – if that is what happened – usually the wrong people get killed.

But, that will not always be the case. There are people who have the effrontery to call themselves "consumer services" as they steal our money. For that alone, they should be slaughtered. Societies, as well as people, have their breaking points.

Ours cannot be far away.

5 Comments:

Blogger Pat H. said...

Good post, thanks. We should always remember Carl Drega, who'd been under steady assault by the state parasites for years.

June 6, 2010 at 7:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another dyspepsia inducing article that Bapu Beck should avoid. Just too ooky for himz lil' self to take in, ya know.

LOL


Also peruse the column in the 04 June Daily Telegraph by the appropriately named Simon Heffer about the shooting, then reflect on the number of his ilk there are in the U.S. & ruminate on how many of those 'nice' gun owners would go Quisling should the Imperium start moving aggressively against the citizenry's firearms. Such moves are well underway out here in the People's Democratic Republic of California & the passage on Thurs of Bill 1810 in the Assembly is yet another in a long line of stage setters. And for those who disbelieve that such could happen where they are, remember the old & all too often true observation that as Calif goes so (eventually) goes the nation.

You've been warned.


Cassandra (of Troy)

June 6, 2010 at 5:21 PM  
Anonymous dwayne chandler said...

Hear, hear!!!

June 6, 2010 at 8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In my case, a local politician is not worth the price of a bullet which would only serve to make him a martyr and his good name would live on. The choice for I and my friends was to simply get a web site using HIS OWN NAME to spread the truth of some of his misdeeds. When a politician owns the web site with his name.com but neglects to secure the web site with his name.net than it can get really funny. Google twice took it off their list but now any misspelling of his name will still link to it. Check out www.EdWorley.net to see what I mean and you can see that Character assassination is much more effective than using a bullet.

June 7, 2010 at 5:32 AM  
Blogger J. Croft said...

Bumped with commentary:

http://freedomguide.blogspot.com/2010/06/you-might-be-next-mass-murderer.html

The beast drowned out his ability to drown out the sorrows they caused him in alcohol.

Being fucking stupid, he shot all the wrong people-randomly shooting at people just plays into the enemy's hands. Now the Brits will be banned from having broken pieces of wood with sharp ends... not that the about total gun ban has worked-or ever will.

When the agents of the beast come to rob you of everything you've worked way too hard for your entire life over a hundred dollar bill, well, you're not going to get out of that. But do us a favor and shoot the right people; those oath traitors that execute those raids if you can't avoid it. Better would be to sneak out before the raid, go find the dirtbag bureaucrats who cut the orders to rob you.

If you're going to go out in a blaze of gunfire, direct it at the right people-and take some marksmanship courses beforehand.

June 8, 2010 at 11:30 PM  

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