Sunday, April 21, 2013

Anarcho-tyranny: Boston Edition

For anyone slightly confused by anarcho-tyranny, here is a definition. Basically, the state will fail to enforce the traditional laws while simultaneously using laws and regulation to oppress the law abiding citizenry.

The older of the bombing brothers was arrested for a violent crime (unsure if convicted) and should have been deported per our rules, laws and immigration regulations. At the urging of the Russians, the FBI investigated one of the bombers for terrorism ties. They not only failed to deport the brother, but they granted citizenship and a green card to these two questionable men. Anarchy.

The entire city of Boston and the surrounding areas were placed on 'lockdown' as a police force of 8000 men and women looked for the one remaining suspect whom they had identified with eyewitness accounts and many surveillance photos. All businesses were closed and all persons ordered to stay inside (what law covers that?). The militarized police force rolled through the streets of the nice suburb of Watertown, MA until they cornered and captured the bleeding to death bombing suspect. Tyranny.

All of this in the heart of liberal land USA.


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Red said...

Actually they failed to capture the until they lifted the "cower in your homes" alert and a home owner found the guy on his property. For all their Tyranny, they are entirely ineffective in doing anything besides terrorizing the innocent.

Harry Baldwin said...

And despite the manifest screw-up of the FBI, the president and all agencies took a bow for a job well done. We have a growing police state that is not very good at actual police work.

There also seemed to be an excessively military approach to arresting the wounded Dzhokhar. The SWAT cops fired some 30 rounds of automatic fire at the boat as they approached it. What was the point of that? They couldn't see him. They apparently didn't hit him (he had one self-inflicted neck wound and a previous leg wound). Did they care where those bullets were ending up? Five officers with shotguns would have sufficed.