If you get people to accept one thing they will bow to the next thing. Like giving people what are styled “tickets” for “speeding.”
Which is why people are now being “ticketed” for not-Jabbing.
First of all, they’re not “tickets.”
You get those when you pay for something you want, like a seat at the theatre – or to identify your dry cleaning for later pick-up. The thing you are handed – with all the implied menace of government – by the armed government worker who has used the implied menace of government to “pull you over” – is an extortion note. It says you will pay a sum of money to the government, else the government will increase the menace it threatens you with, as by revoking its permission to allow you to use what were formerly the public rights-of-ways that people once had an acknowledged right to use.
It will add to what it claims you “owe” if you don’t pay; it may also do such things as sic a collections agency upon you and perhaps even cage you – or your vehicle – either or both to be ransomed at exorbitant cost to you.
And upon what is all this based?
You were “speeding.” This heinous act of administrative offense is defined as driving any faster than a velocity maximum decreed and posted by the government itself. The pulling-over and the punishing are justified on the assertion that anyone who drives in excess of the velocity maximum decreed by the government poses a threat to others; that by driving 62 MPH rather than 55 MPH, they might cause an accident that could result in harm.
And on account of that, they must be punished.
Healthy people are expected – are required, in many areas – to perform various strange rites and even to wear strange garments (i.e., the “mask,” as these idiot-training devices are styled) and now being told they must roll up their sleeves – because they might be sick or could get someone else sick.
If they do not, then tickets – punishments – are menaced.
Not the common denominators.
The way assertion replaces fact.
The way innocence – of having caused harm – is no defense.
It took a long while for the disease process to elaborate. It is now at a critical stage. It is no longer a mere carbuncle on an otherwise healthy body politic. It suppurates over the entire corpus-not-so-delicti – a legal term many are familiar with that amounts to: You need the body (i.e., evidence of harm caused) to establish that someone has in fact been harmed.
This was once a generally accepted principle, a long time ago. It is a fair and reasonable principle, too – since it makes it impossible, in law, to harm someone administratively – as by fines and imprisonment – in the absence of any proof that the accused victimized anyone. Innocence of that being sufficient to fend off the accusation of might and could.
Which can be applied indiscriminately, to anyone and anything – merely by making the accusation.
Consider the injustice of that.
If I drive 62 rather than 55 I am certainly exceeding the speed limit. But how does it follow that I deserve to be handed an extortion note – punished – for so doing? How is that my being in full control of my car – this is not even questioned, as such – and the indisputable fact that I have not lost control of my car – counts for nothing as a defense against an accusation that I might cause harm and could lose control of my car?
Because all that matters, as a matter of law, is that I was “speeding.”
For many – not just The Law – this is enough. They applaud the pulling-over and extortion-noting, the direction of armed menace against the “speeder,” for they affirm the rightness of such measures – based on the might and could-have. Or, baser, simply because they fetish administrative rules as such and harbor animosity toward those who do not fetish them. They want to see such people punished for what amounts to their lack of faith, as expressed by their disregard.
This conditioning of people to reverence the administrative state has been under way for at least 100 years and has reached its inevitable, logical result:
The Universal Presumption of Sickness.
That you will get it – or give it.
This is an assertion beyond devilish in its catholicism.
One could, at least, usually (though not universally) avoid being pulled over and issued extortion notes by menacing armed government workers – and threatened with further menace, for failing to cough up the sum demanded – by not “speeding.” Then the pretextual accusation that you might lose control of your car and could cause harm was rendered harmless, as such – even though many people regularly do lose control and have caused harm, without having transgressed the Holy Writ of the roadside totem pole.
But how does one vitiate an accusation of might-be-sick and could-get-someone-else-sick? The answer, of course, is that one cannot vitiate it. The possibility is a fact, even if the person is not sick and has not gotten anyone else sick. There will always be the possibility – and thus, always the pretext – to justify the accusation.
And the ticket.
This possibility-in-perpetuity erupts fetidly from the bloated corpse of American society, as it rots and festers in the sun.
The healthy are told they must wear “masks” – and are told they will be Jabbed – because all-too-many Americans did not see or did not care to see that people who had not lost control of their cars, nor harmed anyone else were treated as if they had and did.
Not just “speeders,” either.
Also people who purchased/provided/consumed various arbitrarily illegal “drugs” and myriad other such mights and could-have-caused-harms, such as possessing a gun that was never used to harm anyone – but might be so used and could have been. The fact that it wasn’t and didn’t no longer being of the slightest relevance to the administrative state.
Until Americans realize how sick that is, America can never recover.
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