posted on May, 12 2011 @ 06:12 PM
It's interesting how the title comes about for this thread. The fact that the guy served two tours automatically sets up the irony of him being
killed at home by a SWAT team. But the fact is vets get killed at home just like other people by SWAT and police all the time, every day.
Statistically it happens, and will keep happening.
But an even bigger irony is someone like Bill Cooper. He was gunned down in his driveway by a sheriff. He arguably did more for me than that soldier
ever did. Because Mr. Cooper Beheld a Pale Horse. He warned and warned against all kinds of government atrocities. While that soldier perpetuated and
enforced government terror.
It's another way of thinking about it, and controversial. You want to just jump on the "Oh, the poor guy was just serving his country" bandwagon.
I'm tired of riding on that bandwagon. I am beginning to hold the soldiers themselves responsible for NOT doing what they should do and STOP this
government madness. I have no more sympathy. None. Not for soldiers, not for police, not for SWAT teams, and not for illegal presidents giving
assassination orders, invading countries, and plundering resources in my name. Forget it.
It's time to line your properties with IED's and booby traps. Make it cost them their lives instead of yours when they make a mistake and raid your
home and family, firing military grade weapons at you. Snake pits. Trap doors. Shotguns in the ceiling pointed at the doors and windows. Remote
controlled cars tricked out with explosives. Bear traps, yeah those big nasty leg breaker jaw types, buried just below the leaves in the yard. Motion
sensor triggered grenades.
Weeeeeee, that would be so fun to watch 10 or 15 of them die while I laughed all the way to the other hideout. Yeah, it's come down to that. Fun for
them, fun for me.