Sunday, January 25, 2015

There is No Such Thing as a Government Conspiracy.*

con·spir·a·cy (kən-spîr′ə-sē)

n. pl. con·spir·a·cies

1. An agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act.
2. A group of conspirators.
3. Law An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action.
4. A joining or acting together, as if by sinister design: a conspiracy of wind and tide that devastated coastal areas.

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The people who say they don’t believe in conspiracies are actually practicing , to some degree, a consistent logic.

You can find endless examples of the so-called authorities; police, bureaucrats, officials, failing to apply the same “law" to themselves that they enforce on non government types(average person).

Clearly this is a class of people that see themselves, at least to one degree or another, above the “law” and therefore they themselves are an authority unto themselves simply because of their designation as “government” and nothing more.

Police routinely arrest people for non-crimes(video taping), speed without emergency lights, disobey traffic signs and signals in non emergency situations, play favoritism with fellow cops, family and friends, etc…etc.

The same holds true for judges, attorneys, congress, etc...

Statist apologist and the majority are certainly aware and accepting of these circumstances. This is clearly illustrated by the fact that government types are allowed to engage in behavior that is considered immoral and criminal if the average person engages in it. Namely, the collection of payment for government services, known as taxes, by way of threats and violent action against the “tax payer” for noncompliance.

This is behavior that is classified as “legal” in our culture but outside of the artificial construct called government authority, it is universally considered immoral and wrong.

The real reason, therefore, why the Statist routinely rejects the idea of government conspiracy is because they are committed to the concept of authority and not necessarily the concept of “law”. Since the people identifying themselves as “government" are THE authority, authority that is above, beyond and immune to commonly accepted notions of morality,common sense, and right conduct, they are incapable of committing a conspiracy because they are incapable of performing illegal, wrongful, or subversive acts.

Further more, these are the sanctified god people who create the “law” and as creator, they are above and not subject to the law in the same way that God himself is above His creation and not subject to it’s laws.

In conclusion, it is right for the Statist to reject “conspiracy theories” because in their obscene view of reality, it is by definition impossible for a government conspiracy to exist.

I asked the attorney outright, that if it was true that the policy enforcer was acting outside of the boundaries of the law(ignorance is no excuse), they would then be conspiring to kidnap that individual since they were not engaged in any law enforcement action whatsoever, since no "law" had been broken, and they had no “legal” cause to detain the man.

He clearly states that these policy enforcers are still "police" even when they are acting outside of the “law”(criminally) ,by inference then, it would follow that the “police” are endowed with an “authority” that is outside of and supersedes the so-called “law."

There must be magic in the uniform itself.

*for the Statist.

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