Everything is absolutely invisible as of late. Masks allow people to be invisible, and cause unwitting and unwilling people to serve as noise covering up the indistinguishable people committing aggressions around them. Many bio signals that humans are supposed to get from seeing faces are rendered invisible, which might explain any outlier behavior exhibited in the last five months. Property lines are invisible to aggressive mobs, and the aggressive mobs are invisible to those who wish to enforce their objectives at the expense of their victims. The dangers of being in the presence of a black bloc are invisible to most people, who are determined to believe that once you make it inside your care you have found safety.
Category: Defensive Force
It’s Not Attempted Murder When We Do It: David Hogg
David Hogg was recently swatted. Which means that someone called the State and requested that they violently attack Continue reading It’s Not Attempted Murder When We Do It: David Hogg
My Mixed Thoughts on How To React to Defensive Force Against Cops
Not that it happens often, but some people make the decision to use defensive force against cops or TSA agents. All force against cops and TSA agents is defensive. If you know me it might not seem like it, but I am torn on how to react to these people. I want to honor them as much as possible, read and post their work if they have any, mock the targets, and say cold shit like referring to the dead targets as a traffic inconvenience. It just seems like the right thing to do. Admittedly, none of these brave men have been anarchists who decreased the number of cops in the world in the name of the NAP. Some of them had probably just had enough. But they have to know that this is a suicide mission, and it strikes me as a mission deserving of respect not contingent on my uneducated opinions on military strategy.
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Being a Cop is an Action, Not a Status: All Cops are Guilty of Initiatory Force
In the geographical area occupied by the US at least, being a cop is an action that a person takes. And a person has to continuously take actions to remain a cop. An individual does not wake up one day as a cop either through government dictate or other forms of magic. In order to become a cop a person has to voluntarily go to a government building, express a desire to join a group of people, and fill out some forms. In order to stay a cop, a person has to put on a uniform, wear a badge, show up to certain places at certain times, and self-identify as a cop.
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