Here’s a video of a Hero badgering a guy for his ID:
Notice the sunglasses. Heroes use them to intimidate people. It’s easier to be a Tough Guy when the other guy can’t see your eyes. Or rather, it’s easier to behave like a bully.
Which is what these Heroes are.
The glasses help embolden them – make it easier to perform their role as enforcers. Which requires intimidation.
I expect there’ll be a lot of that going on this evening. Be careful out there. Unconstitutional (and certainly immoral) “checkpoints” will abound. Remember: They are not trying to “keep you safe.” The are trying to keep you in line. Submissive to their authority, which knows few, if any, boundaries.
It is my hope that 2016 will be the year a critical mass – it would probably only need to be about 15 percent of the population – rejects this illegitimate authority exerted over us, which none of us have ever formally consented to. We are not slaves – and they are not our masters. Like the defendants in the dock at Nuremburg, these people are banal, nonentities, once shorn of their uniforms… and their sunglasses. Take that away, and you’re left with a jerk who is probably also a coward (most of the Nazis in the dock fit that bill). Without his trappings – and without the state behind him – he reverts to the nothing that he actually is.
Sunglasses and suits – that’s all they’ve got. That’s all they are.
Their guns are very real, but the men wielding them are very small. Worms, for the most part. Because men don’t need to wear opaque sunglasses to stare down people – and rely on reason rather than force to persuade their fellow men.
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