November 19, 2019

Consider the Dangers of “Red Flag” Laws

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The hot topic these days, prompted by repeated staged gun shooting events, is what is called “Red Flag” laws. Red flag laws are essentially laws enacted that gives power to some named authorities to attempt to predict what they think a person MIGHT do that would become a danger to society or the person in question. In the case of red flag gun laws, the issue is whether or not a person is mentally ill and might pose a threat to themselves or others.

Consider the dangers.

First, such red flag laws, bastardize due process of law as well as removes the long held principle that a person is presumed innocent until a bonafide court of law determines guilt. American society today, bolstered by fascists and promoted by ignorant totalitarians have lost all sensibility when it comes to the protection of their presumed rights and government allotted freedoms. This action contributes to their own insanity and thus we are left with a bunch of people, most of whom are mentally challenged themselves, calling out for insanity in another person who chooses not to live the mainstream lifestyle of insanity, instead selecting their own methods of insane existence. So, who is right? The one with the power right?

As was pointed out yesterday by a reader of this website, we now have entered the extremely dangerous ground of enacting laws based upon what we think a person might do based on their state of mind. If a person is, in fact insane (which aren’t we all by someone’s standards?) is that person capable of recognizing mental incapabilities in other people? Because a person doesn’t live as I, does that make them insane? In this insane world it certainly does.

I don’t consider myself insane, but I know for a fact there are some (perhaps a lot) who think I have some serious mental deficiencies if not just unusual ways of looking at things, mostly because of my spiritual beliefs.

I was watching a movie the other night trying to relax after a physically demanding day, in which one of the actors in the movie stated that ANYONE who believed in God suffered from a mental disorder.

If a law enforcement person (and need I have to remind readers that not all law enforcement personnel are capable of putting behind them their personal perspectives on such things as religion, politics, etc. in their decision making processes?) chooses to think me mentally ill because of the hours I spend each day studying the Scriptures to show myself approved unto my CREATOR, can that law officer then bring me before a “medical professional” of his/her choice with like perspectives, rendering me doomed to the fascist, rigged system?

Because anger and hatred have been purposefully bred into our society, is there really any comfort to be had that none of this anger and hatred (insanity) is being injected into the rigged system of granted power to incarcerate a person and take their property from them simply because they think differently or because they are a republican and not a democrat?

When an honest assessment of life in these United States shows us the repeated death threats and threats of bodily harm and other assorted insane and perverse things, because these events are becoming more and more of routine acceptance as part of a dysfunctional society, from what basis are we beginning our assessment in attempting to determine the mental capacity of any individual who happens to possess “dangerous weapons?”

Throughout history we have read and sometimes witnessed attempts by powerful organizations to somehow control a person’s right of thought. How does anyone control another persons thoughts? Short of a “Clockwork Orange” concept, perhaps technology is not that far away from accomplishing that task but in the meantime, perhaps the best way to tread into the pits of hell is to enact laws that give somebody power to guess what another person might do based on their character, political association, sexual orientation, education, or lack thereof, color of skin, outward appearance, religious background or affiliation…there is no end. Is this what we want?

It is a terrible thing when anyone, for any reason, chooses to kill other people. If, as has been pointed out by some in the media, the acts of violence in our society are increasing, then perhaps it is more a reflection of a society with a rapidly shrinking moral base, a Godless society absent any knowledge of what is decent and not, rather than one in need of laws that attempt to determine a person’s thoughts or the possibilities of what they might do based solely on the perspectives of brainwashed authorities.

If we dare allow ourselves to let our minds run a bit wild, consider some of the possibilities an accepted “red flag” existence might render. With fully enacted and accepted “red flag” laws a normal part of society, then it would only make sense that such actions become the defense in a court of law for a legitimate reason one person killed another person – yes, your honor, I shot and killed that person because I believed, because I knew they were a mental patient and an active republican, they were going to kill me if I didn’t kill them. (I learned this on Facebook)

Of course nobody wants to even consider these possibilities but they are very real. That’s how progressivism works. With such perverted insanity becoming the “normal” in a forward moving society, sanity would tell us that by enacting “red flag” laws we are making things even worse and crafting a societal stage of reckless permissiveness based on nothing but fear, anger, and hatred.

Where will this insanity end? This is the epitome of the fox tending the chicken coup – the insane determining insanity.

Forgive them Father. They know not what they do.

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