Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Monopoly on violence crumbling, monopoly on medicine holding strong

I have serious disagreements with the guy, but I guess the problem the government has with Tomasz Winnicki isn't the racist substance of his opinions -- the problem with him, the reason he gets no respect and no land to cleanse of undesirables, is that he's all talk. Action is what gets respect and support from the OPP and the Province.

It appears that ethnic cleansing is the Ontario government's solution to the Qa'aledonia insurgency quagmire.

Dalton's Real Estate Agent has been busy buying more property.... Now the Province owns Houses on Argyle St. And Sixth Line. Why.... Because Dalton did not Enforce LAW and ORDER!

Dig deeper Ontario another estimated 4 million or more in Housing that was not needed to be purchased NOR did the owns originally want to move but are now FORCED OUT OF THEIR HOMES BY DALTON.
Ontarians without the foresight to join a gang should realize that they cannot count on the most basic police protection, any more than they can count on having a family doctor. But, they will still be paying the entrepreneurial state for both invisible-ink promises.

Wikipedia on the concept of "failed state":
A state could be said to "succeed" if it maintains a monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force within its borders. When this is broken (e.g., through the dominant presence of warlords, militias, or terrorism), the very existence of the state becomes dubious, and the state becomes a failed state. The difficulty of determining whether a government maintains "a monopoly on the legitimate use of force" (which includes the problems of the definition of "legitimate") means it is not clear precisely when a state can be said to have "failed".
Update: Angry:
I can tell you this though. Whereas the Ontario Provincial Police has been essentially bystanders in the face of aboriginal defiance of court orders, I have no doubt that they will immediately force homeowners out of their homes for the crime of not entering into a real estate transaction with the government.

It will be interesting to see if any resolute homeowners put my prediction to the test. That would be quite the sight -- OPP officers pulling a sobbing woman out of the home in which she raised a family. Of course, she's not riding around in a pickup, brandishing weapons and setting fire to electrical substations, so for the police, she presents a far less threatening target.

1 Comment:

Jay said...

Today's breed of cop can handle tasks such as tasering unconscious suspects, handing out seat-belt and bike-helmet fines and investigating hateful graffiti.

When it comes to protecting my life and property, I don't trust them any further than I could throw their kevlar-swaddled asses.

Seriously, I would have a hard time paying these people to pick up pop cans lying along the side of the road.