Excerpt from an Anarchist’s manifesto:
A quick, easy guide to transform any government into an anarchy.
- Set up a government. For this example, let’s say it’s a three branched government with checks and balances. We’ll call the branches, executive, legislative, and judicial.
- Clearly define what each branch of government can and cannot do.
- Each branch does whatever it wants.
In a perfect government, in our example, the president
executesnaps, Congress legislatesfilibusters, and the Supreme Court judgesdeliberates.
However, since the 1970s, our country, the greatest in the world, has slowly slipped from a republic [it’s never been a true democracy] to an oligarchy on its way to anarchy. Our current president has signed more executive orders than any other [possibly than all others combined]. Our Supreme Court decides what laws to implement regardless of how states or the Constitution feel. The only branch actually doing its job is Congress, though they only work three days out of the year…otherwise, they probably would have done more to contribute to our decline.
And there’s nothing wrong with that. [Unless, you want to follow the US Constitution and/or the will of the Founding Fathers.] I can’t say anything against the government (without getting cyber-bullied) because I’m not part of it.
Look, some people believe the South seceded from (left) the Union because of States rights. So, they fly Confederate flags to proclaim their support of those rights [not that some people are only 2/3 a person]…or something.
You can see [parts of] that in Chief Justice Antonin Scalia’s (unpopular) dissent on the Supreme Court’s most recent decision. He warns against the Pandora’s box that’s been opened.
States are already proposing legislation to protect people who protest the Supreme Court’s latest decision.
If that’s true, though, then America
is could be on the verge of another Civil War. If we do fall into civil war, I propose a few, simple rules.
- We can only use muzzle-loaded rifles and pistols
- Cannons must us black powder
- One side will wear blue and the other grey
- Hatchets and bows are also acceptable weapons
- Horses and carriages are the only allowable forms of transportation, besides human feet
I think we can be civil about this and have fun at the same time. Sure, re-enactors would have the advantage but, honestly, do they outnumber patriots willing to fight for their freedoms? (Probably)