Dealing with the thief and his agents… The government

John 10:10KJV The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.

We know that by experience that the government has regularly infringed on our liberty, however did you know that it uses its own agents to steal, kill, and destroy. It makes you think, who is the government really serving, it sure isn’t me.

Stealing

If a stranger came up to you and asked for $20 so that they could give it to a family in need, or help fix a road that was in need of repair, you would consider it, right?

Same story, but you found out that for every $1 contributed $0.80 was re-routed to other things, including the pockets of every middleman in the project. Would you still consider donating?

Same story again, but this time you also decided to not contribute, so they pulled a gun on you and said pay up, or we will ruin your life, even take it from you. When has this become theft?

Here is the story, the government form of voluntary anything means, you give up what ever they request, otherwise they will send people with guns to take it from you. And if you defend yourself, then they will put you in a cage, or terminate you.

Altruism hiding behind a gun is no better than theft. The government is theft.

Kill

How many military actions has the US been in since 1960s. (If you want more details, then please do the research. Some of these actions I could condone, many others I find abhorrent. My starting point)

  • 1961: The Bay of Pigs Invasion – Failed
  • 1962: Tailand – Withdrawn
  • 1962: Cuba Missile Crisis – Negotiated Settlement
  • 1962 – 1975: Laos – Supposed to be anti communist actions, but details are unclear.
  • 1964: Congo – Anti-rebellion support. (Military + Rebellion = Lots of bloodshed)
  • 1965: Dominican Republic – Anti-revolution forces. Revolution decimated.
  • 1967: Israel – US Ship attacked by Israeli armed forces
  • 1967: Congo (again) – Another anti-revolt mission
  • 1968: Laos & Cambodia – US bombing of both countries along the Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • 1970: Cambodian Campaign – US Anti-Communist actions
  • 1972: North Vietnam – Bombing of the cities Hanoi and Haiphong by B-52 bombers.
  • 1973: Israel – Operation Nickel Grass during the Yom Kippur War.
  • 1974: Cyprus – US evacuated civilians during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.
  • 1975: Vietnam – Evacuation of refugees and US nationals from Vietnam.
  • 1975: Cambodia – Evacuation of U.S. citizens from Cambodia.
  • 1975: South Vietnam – Evacuation US citizens and third country nationals
  • 1975: Cambodia – Anti-Naval Piracy action.
  • 1976: Lebanon – Evacuated Americans and Europeans
  • 1976: Korea – Additional forces were sent to Korea
  • 1978: Congo – US logistical support to Belgian and French rescue operations
  • 1980: Iran – Unsuccessful attempt to rescue the American hostages in Iran.
  • 1980: Sinai – Train Egyptians armed forces
  • 1981: El Salvador – Guerrilla offensive against the government of El Salvador
  • 1981: Libya – US planes based on the carrier USS Nimitz shot down two Libyan jets
  • 1982: Sinai – Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai
  • 1982: Lebanon – Multinational Force in Lebanon, withdrawal of members of the Palestine Liberation force from Beirut. (Note: these are the guys who are giving Israel headaches now.)
  • 1982–83: Lebanon – Restoration of Lebanese government sovereignty. (The same government we assisted in the Arab Spring on)
  • 1983: Egypt – US dispatched an AWACS electronic surveillance plane to assist Egypt.
  • 1983: Grenada – US invades the island nation of Grenada. (After Soviet and Cuban forces had already invaded)
  • 1983–89: Honduras – US military helicopters and crewmen ferried Honduran troops to the Nicaraguan border to repel Nicaraguan troops.
  • 1983: Chad – AWACS surveillance planes, eight F-15 fighter planes, ground logistical support assist Chad against Libyan and rebel forces.
  • 1984: Persian Gulf – Shot down two Iranian fighter planes over an area of the Persian Gulf proclaimed as a protected zone for shipping.
  • 1985: Italy – Intercepted an Egyptian airliner
  • 1986: Libya – Attacked by Libyan missiles and the United States had responded with missiles.
  • 1986: Libya – Bombing strikes on terrorist facilities and military installations in Tripoli
  • 1986: Bolivia – US Army and aircraft assisted Bolivia in anti-drug operations.
  • 1987: Persian Gulf – USS Stark was struck Dassault Mirage F1 of the Iraqi Air Force
  • 1987: Persian Gulf: Attacks on two Iranian oil platforms in the Persian Gulf by US.
  • 1987–88: Persian Gulf – After the Iran–Iraq War resulted in several military incidents in the Persian Gulf, the US increased joint military forces operations in the Persian Gulf and adopted a policy escorting Kuwaiti oil tankers through the Persian Gulf.
  • 1987–88: Persian Gulf – Escort oil tankers from Iranian attack during the Iran-Iraq War.
  • 1988: Persian Gulf – US naval forces in retaliation for the Iranian mining of the Persian Gulf and the subsequent damage to an American warship.
  • 1988: Honduras – Deployment of US troops to Honduras in 1988
  • 1988: USS Vincennes shoot down of Iran Air Flight 655
  • 1988: Panama – US pressure on General Manuel Noriega to resign (US put this guy in power in the first place.)
  • 1989: Libya – US Navy shot down two Libyan jet fighters over the Mediterranean Sea. The U.S. pilots said the Libyan planes had demonstrated hostile intentions. (Sounds like the same argument that a lot of the US police use when shooting innocent Americans.)
  • 1989: Panama – President Bush ordered more troops to Panama
  • 1989: Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru – Andean Initiative in War on Drugs. US drug war becomes literal.
  • 1989: Philippines – Manila action to end a coup, or rebellion (depending on your POV).
  • 1989–90: Panama – US forces to Panama to protect the lives of American citizens and bring General Noriega to justice. Resulted in 200 civilians being killed.
  • 1990: Liberia – Security to the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia, and that helicopter teams had evacuated U.S. citizens from Liberia.
  • 1990: Saudi Arabia – Operation Desert Shield (Prelude to Desert Storm. Only an idiot wouldn’t have seen that coming.)
  • 1991: Iraq and Kuwait – Operation Desert Storm, US invades Iraq and Kuwait to drive Iraqi forces out of Kuwait
  • 1991–96: Iraq – Humanitarian relief and military protection for Kurds fleeing their homes in northern Iraq.
  • 1991: Iraq – US forces into northern Iraq for emergency relief purposes.
  • 1991: Zaire – American planes hauled evacuated American citizens.
  • 1992: Sierra Leone – United States European Command (USEUCOM) Joint Special Operations Task Force evacuated 438 people (including 42 Third Country nationals)
  • 1992–96: Bosnia and Herzegovina – Humanitarian relief operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Yugoslav Wars
  • 1992: Kuwait – US began a series of military exercises in Kuwait, following Iraqi refusal to recognize a new border drawn up by the United Nations and refusal to cooperate with UN inspection teams.
  • 1992–2003: Iraq – Iraqi no-fly zones, The U.S., United Kingdom, and its Gulf War allies declared and enforced “no-fly zones” over the majority of sovereign Iraqi airspace, prohibiting Iraqi flights in zones in southern Iraq and northern Iraq, and conducting aerial reconnaissance and bombings.
  • 1992–95: Somalia – Humanitarian crisis and a UN Security Council Resolution in support for UNITAF.
  • 1993-95: Bosnia – US and NATO enforced the no-fly zone over the Bosnian airspace
  • 1993: Macedonia – “help maintain stability” in the area of former Yugoslavia.
  • 1994: Bosnia – NATO U.S. Air Force F-16 jets shot down four of the six Bosnian Serb single-seat light attack jets for violating UN-mandated no-fly zone.
  • 1994–95: Haiti – Operation Uphold Democracy, U.S. ships had begun embargo against Haiti.
  • 1994: Macedonia – US forces in Macedonia had been increased by 200 personnel.
  • 1995: Bosnia – US and NATO aircraft began bombing of Bosnian Serb Army in response to a Bosnian Serb mortar attack on a Sarajevo market.
  • 1996: Liberia – Evacuate private U.S. citizens and certain third-country nationals who had taken refuge in the U.S. Embassy compound.
  • 1996: Central African Republic – Evacuation private U.S. citizens and certain U.S. government employees, and to provide security for the American Embassy
  • 1996: Kuwait – Operation Desert Strike, American Air Strikes in the north to protect the Kurdish population against the Iraqi Army attacks.
  • 1996: Bosnia – Established the SFOR peacekeepers to replace the IFOR in enforcing the peace under the Dayton agreement.
  • 1997: Albania – Evacuate certain U.S. government employees and private U.S. citizens
  • 1997: Congo and Gabon – Standby evacuation force of U.S. military personnel
  • 1997: Sierra Leone – Evacuation of certain US employees and private citizens.
  • 1997: Cambodia – Ensure the security of American citizens in Cambodia during a period of domestic conflict there
  • 1998: Iraq – US and British forces conduct a major four-day bombing campaign on Iraqi targets.
  • 1998: Guinea-Bissau – Deployment of a standby evacuation force to Dakar, Senegal, to evacuate from the city of Bissau.
  • 1998–99: Kenya and Tanzania – U.S. military personnel were deployed to Nairobi, Kenya, to coordinate the medical and disaster assistance related to the bombing of the U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
  • 1998: Afghanistan and Sudan – Cruise missile attack against two suspected terrorist training camps in Afghanistan and a suspected chemical factory in Sudan.
  • 1998: Liberia – Evacuation force of 30 U.S. military personnel to increase the security force at the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia.
  • 1999–2001: East Timor – US military forces deployed restore peace to East Timor.
  • 1999: Serbia:  – US aircraft began bombing of Serbia and Serb positions in Kosovo
  • 2000: Sierra Leone – Evacuation operations from that country if needed.
  • 2000: Nigeria – Special Forces troops lead a training mission in the county.
  • 2000: Yemen – military personnel were deployed to Aden.
  • 2000: East Timor – US military personnel were deployed to support the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET).
  • 2001: Hainan Island – Mid-air collision between a United States Navy EP-3E ARIES II signals surveillance aircraft and a People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) J-8II interceptor fighter jet resulted in an international dispute between the United States and the People’s Republic of China called.
  • 2001: Afghanistan – The War on Terror begins with Operation Enduring Freedom. (Create terror to prevent terror…)
  • 2002: Yemen:  – American MQ-1 Predator fired a Hellfire missile at a car in Yemen killing Qaed Salim Sinan al-Harethi, an al-Qaeda leader thought to be responsible for the USS Cole bombing.
  • 2002: Philippines – US combat-equipped and combat support forces have been deployed to the Philippines to train with, assist and advise the Philippines’ Armed Forces in enhancing their “counterterrorist capabilities.”
  • 2002: Côte d’Ivoire – U.S. military personnel went to assist in the evacuation of American citizens from Bouaké.
  • 2003–2011: Iraq – Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • 2003: Liberia – US into Monrovia, Liberia, to help secure the U.S. Embassy in Nouakchott, Mauritania, and to aid in any necessary evacuation from either Liberia or Mauritania.
  • 2003: Georgia and Djibouti – US to help in enhancing their “counterterrorist capabilities.”
  • 2004: Haiti – US Embassy security forces there and to protect American citizens
  • 2004: Georgia, Djibouti, Kenya, Ethiopia, Yemen, and Eritrea – War on terror
  • 2004 – present: Pakistan (Why Pakistan hasn’t declared war on the US yet is beyond me.)
  • 2005–06: Pakistan – Humanitarian relief to far remote villages in the Kashmir mountain ranges of Pakistan stricken by a massive earthquake.
  • 2006: Lebanon, U.S. Marine Detachment, the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit[citation needed], begins evacuation of U.S. citizens willing to leave the country in the face of a likely ground invasion by Israel and continued fighting between Hezbollah and the Israeli military.
  • 2007: Somalia – gunship conducts an aerial strike on a suspected al-Qaeda operative
  • 2008: South Ossetia, Georgia – Helped Georgia humanitarian aid, helped to transport Georgian forces from Iraq during the conflict.
  • 2010-11: Iraq – “Operation Iraqi Freedom” would be replaced by “Operation New Dawn”. This coincides with the reduction of American troops to 50,000.
  • 2011: Libya – Bombings of Libyan forces.
  • 2011: Iraq – Osama Bin Laden is killed by U.S. military forces in Pakistan (Still being challenged in the alternate media).
  • 2011: Somalia– Drone strikes, which puts it 6th nation after Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen and Libya.
  • 2011: Uganda – US Combat troops sent in as advisers to Uganda.
  • 2012: Jordan– contain the Syrian Civil War within Syria’s borders.
  • 2012: Turkey– troops and batteries of Patriot missiles sent to Turkey to prevent any missile strikes from Syria.
  • 2012: Chad– Evacuate U.S. citizens and embassy personnel from the neighboring Central African Republic’s capital of Bangui
  • 2013: Mali– US forces assisted the French with air refueling and transport aircraft.
  • 2013: Somalia – US Air Force planes supported the French in the Bulo Marer hostage rescue attempt. However, they did not use any weapons.
  • 2013: Korean – Korean crisis, no details
  • 2013: Somalia – Navy SEALS conducted a raid in Somalia, simultaneously another raid took place in Tripoli, Libya

That was all military actions. But then we have the domestic actions in the US.

Let me make this clear. I know several Police Officers. I respect them all, because they love to serve and protect. They love being good guys, not being warrior cops. They are fast with smiles, and calm in manor. They also respect your rights as free and beautiful people. That is the bar that I measure all cops at. That being said, Irvine CA PD, and the Lake Forest CA SD have been the source of most of my good days with COPs. Both of these offices have some of the greatest officers on staff. I have gotten some great listings of Vegan restaurants from members of the Irvine PD.

So, if you don’t measure up, and you commit a violation of my natural rights, as protected in the US constitution, then you will find yourself here being discussed. Not to punish, but to alert others that you cannot be trusted, and to provide examples to others as what not to do.

Cops are not monster, but monster cops are systemic to the problem we have with government.

Now we get to Destroy

  1. Reread the military action list above.
  2. Reread the police and domestic action above
  3. Do a photo search of before and after scenes of Libya, Syria, Germany, Tehran, Bagdad, Cuba (Pre-US occupation, VS now), Detroit (Pre-Democrat takeover vs. Now), and anywhere else that have enlarged the government. That is, I am not saying blame the US here, I am saying that EVERY TIME THE GOVERNMENT ENLARGES, THE PEOPLE SUFFER.

There is a reason that people revolt, it isn’t because they are happy, or even happier with the new dictator over the old one, but because their liberties are so oppressed that they are without other options.

There is a reason that God warned us about government, it is because he doesn’t need anything from us, but government needs everything from us. God wants us to live with him, government wants us to live FOR it. People turn from God to government, when they fail to understand that God is not here to turn us to robots or slaves, and they are disappointed.

There is a better way

Every time we take our eyes off of those things from above, and focus on the things of this world, we lose our way, and turn to men to help us find our way. However, those we turn to are also blind, and know not the way either, so they ensnare you in their deceit. Even when they are honest and sincere, they are probably spouting deceit because they know no better.

I say, rather than savaging your neighbor, because he walks in darkness, reflect the light that you have found, they he may be warmed in it too. Then he may also find God’s path.

Also stop voting for the lesser of two evils. Just stop voting for evil. Because you are still voting for evil.

If you are going to fight evil, speak out against evil don’t vote for it.

3 Comments

  1. So extremely well put brother! I HAD to share on ALL my social networks! (I always share your posts! they keep me motivated!:-)) Keep going Brian… you are a talented and intelligent man…the world needs more people like you- with OPEN EYES and the willingness to look past themselves! :-) thanks again;
    In Peace;
    Tami

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