Saturday, July 19, 2014

Pennsylvania Man Shot in the Back Over Unpaid Parking Tickets

“The State is a soulless machine, it can never be weaned from violence to which it owes its very existence.” -Mahatma Gandhi
The Free Thought Project
Matt Agorist
July 17, 2014

The coercive nature of the state is necessary for its existence. All decrees handed down from the ‘wise men’ on high, are upheld and enforced on the promissory action of state sanctioned violence.
If you want to test this, try not to pay the mandatory government extortion fees, also known as taxes, and see where you end up; the other end of a gun.
This promise of violence is especially true within law enforcement. All participation in arbitrary traffic laws, constructed for the sole purpose of revenue collection, is mandated through the threat of violence.
Consider the example of a seat belt violation. You cause ZERO harm to anyone by not buckling up, yet police will pull you over and claim that you owe them money for seeing you driving without your seat belt.
If you choose not to pay police the money they claim that you owe them, a warrant will be issued for your arrest.
Officers will descend upon your private property in an attempt to kidnap you for failure to pay.
If you refuse to be kidnapped and ‘resist’ also known as defend yourself, you will be shot and/or killed.
The state owes its very existence to the monopoly it holds on the initiation of force.
A cut and dry example of this extortion through violence is evident in a recent incident in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
A man was shot Thursday morning when a Pennsylvania State Constable tried to serve him with a warrant over unpaid parking tickets.


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