8 Oct 13

Comments on the Kenya Massacre, from a friend in NY:

“In reading the NY Times article, I was struck by a number of similarities to other incidents worldwide.

Citizen trapped in the mall desperately texted fellow gun-owners, armed neighborhood-watch volunteers and off-duty LE associates, to come to their aid. They obviously knew police and “security” personnel would do nothing effective.

These first responders, a mix of armed ‘civilians’ and kindred-soul off-duty LE folks, arrived to find no functioning command center, and no species of leadership.

Who exited quickly had a far better chance than those who stayed and hid/’hunkered-down’

‘Rescue’ took days! Much ‘tactical loitering,’ just as we saw at Beslan and Columbine and will doubtless continue to see

Those who ‘sheltered in place,’ were mostly murdered, via terrorists, or heavy weapons later employed by the military.

Revelations within this article were surprising, given the gun-hating/freedom-hating NY Times.

Then again, truth can shine through just about anything, given half a chance.”

Comment: So long as those in the “governing class,” and governments in general, regard us sovereign citizens as insignificant peons, helpless infants, incapable of a meaningful life without their suffocating nanny-state “snoopervision,” we will simultaneously be regarded as expendable/disposable, like insects… as we see.

“To be ‘cured’ against one’s will, and ‘cured’ of states which we may not regard as ‘disease,’ is to be put on a level of those who have not yet reached the age of reason, or those who never will; to be classed with infants, imbeciles, and domestic animals.”

CS Lewis