Tuesday, February 2, 2016

LaVoy Finicum: The Villain They Murdered



  1. Thank you sir for posting this. Brought a tear to my eye the first time I watched it. They murdered a good man out there who was starting to make a difference. That's why he was killed. Message sent.

  2. This was amazing. I watched this several times, blubbering the whole way through.


    >>In a tyranny, no outside governing power controls the tyrant’s selfish behavior. To Plato, the law can guard against tyranny. In the Republic, he called the law an “external authority” that functions as the “ally of the whole city.”

    >>Plato stressed the importance of law in his other works. In the Crito, a dialogue between Socrates and his friend Crito, Crito offers Socrates a way to escape his impending execution. Socrates refuses, explaining that when a citizen chooses to live in a state, he “has entered into an implied contract that he will do as . . . [the laws] command him.” In Plato’s Laws, his last book, he summarizes his stance on the rule of law:
    "Where the law is subject to some other authority and has none of its own, the collapse of the state, in my view, is not far off; but if law is the master of the government and the government is its slave, then the situation is full of promise and men enjoy all the blessings that the gods shower on a state."

    1. His Blood Has Watered The Tree of Liberty.

      Central Alabamaian

    2. This has received more threats of reprisals than any I can remember and rightly so.