Archive for May 25th, 2012
The Blaze recently did a wonderful job of covering the story of Brett Kimberlin. When I read the very detailed history of this apparent domestic terrorist I will have to admit it got my dander up excessively. Check the story out for yourself below.
If there’s one thing I can’t stand it’s a bully. I really don’t like people who attempt to control others with fear, and when that doesn’t work, they resort to the courts using the bureaucracy to gain leverage to silence dissidents who have the superior argument, but wish to avoid conflict so yield to thugs. Fear works both ways and people who use it deserve to feel it in return.
I suspect as the truth continues to be revealed over these types of cases that there are armies of bullies who have been suppressing voices for years, and are directly responsible for helping the very corrupt take control of our society with sheer force. This is how the labor unions have done it, this is how Larry Flynt has done it, and this is how the mob does it. So it does not come as a surprise that there would be hired mercenaries like Kimberlin who would be commissioned to go after conservative bloggers in an attempt to shut down the truth.
The mistake that many have made is that they trust the legal system to be honorable and that the truth will always pave the way to justice, which leaves them vulnerable to domestic terrorists who hide their maliciousness behind the rules of society. Honest—good people do not think of attempting to send the SWAT team to their political enemies to create embarrassing arrests, or tell another man’s wife they want to take a “crap” on them because they wish to scare the man away from covering the truth.
Kimberlin’s bully behavior needs to be eliminated from the debates of freedom that are transpiring in a republic struggling to sustain itself by the forces which seek to destroy it–forces that hire out their intimidation for profit to political reformers intent to end America. Allowing the thugs to silence the truth is the same as participating in evil, since it empowers the bully to thrive, and to profit at the expense of others.