Thursday, October 04, 2007

Anarchotyranny

Tom Potoms sums up the thought of Samuel Francis in this way: 'we refuse to control real criminals (that's the anarchy) so we control the innocent (that's the tyranny)....Policemen, certainly in Europe (I can’t talk about the U.S.), are afraid of being accused of racism or fascism by the progressive elite and bureaucracy. Therefore, they put more effort into public relations (that means promoting progressivism) than doing what they are supposed to do, reducing crime. A very good example of this progressive laissez-faire attitude towards crime and criminals is the following statement of the leader of the Walloon socialists, Elio Di Rupo, speaking to the French socialist party: “une société avec beacoup de police et des cours de justices, c’est une société violente;” “a society with many police and many courts of justice is a violent society.”'

Friends, this is the opposite of what the Noahide covenant demands. And it's precisely what many people who think themselves sensitive or justice-oriented demand - that those who obey the law sacrifice their cultural advantage for those who choose to disregard the law.

1 comment:

Aric Clark said...

In case you missed it, Doug put up an interesting response to this post on his own blog.