Sunday, October 05, 2014

What To Do In a Mob Attack?

In the aftermath of two mob attacks in Memphis, Tennessee, people are asking how far they are permitted to go in attempting to preserve their lives against a mob. As is always the case, the law offers little help, and actually threatens your freedom.

So if the law offers no help, and an act of defensive violence on your part is the only way you see out of an act of offensive violence by a mob, you're on your own, especially if you're white and the mob that attacks you is black. You'll be painted with the Mark of Cain by the mainstream media and the race hustlers, and we have a President who has shown in the past that he puts racial solidarity above justice. What, then, do you do?

In the end there is nothing to be done but to state clearly what has been done, without shame or regret, and say: Here I am, and this is what I am. Now deal with me as you see fit. That is your right. Mine is to stand by the act, and pay the price.

You do what you must do, and pay for it. So in the end all things are simple.
- - Ellis Peters, Brother Cadfael's Penance

And get the best lawyer you can afford, of course.

1 comment:

Old NFO said...

Yep, judged by 12 or carried by 6... Sh**ty choice.