Anyone can see what the root cause of the problem witnessed in the following Alex Jones video was. In it there was a group of people that we might call, “social justice warriors” who have grown up in a society deliberately softened to allow for their rise by a political class hell-bent on staying in power—no matter what. These kids, and the adults that they will grow into, have been empowered by essentially removing the ramifications of their lunacy—the consequences of their personal assault against individual liberty. The blame clearly falls on our global education system and the forces which gathered to perpetuate their stated curriculum. It has made me realize that a practice long forgotten for its perceived barbarity needs to be dusted off and inserted back into our American culture—the gentlemanly practice of dueling. As radical as that may sound, we must find some version of it to emerge in this modern century otherwise we won’t make it into more advanced stages. To see why, watch this video then all of the following for substantiation.
A version of dueling still existed in the Old West as towns erupted across the vast frontier of North America guided by flimsy laws enforced by even flimsier sheriffs. I practice that type of dueling nearly every day with a group I’m involved in called the Cowboy Fast Draw Association. A friend of mine made a comment that I was thinking of while shooting that day and it was, “if dueling made a comeback, people these days would be a whole lot less offended.” That’s when I thought of those snot-nosed, liberalized socialist losers in that Alex Jones video. What was missing from their lives was the respect that comes from asserting an insult at individual integrity. What those kids have been taught in that video—and anywhere these days that “socialist justice warriors” gather under storm clouds of collective effort—is ramifications for their individual mistakes.
The duel as it was inherited from Europe was widely practiced within the United States for quite a number of years by our early presidents and was a declaration of individual honor. In that society from which our Constitution was written, an individual’s honor was required to have a civil society. If some rogue threatened that sanctity then ramifications just outside the grip of the law were required to keep the peace and maintain an orderly society. We all know about the famous Alexander Hamilton duel with Aaron Burr—which I think about quite a lot. I was born in the Ohio city directly named after Hamilton who lost his duel with Burr and died. I also think of President Jackson a lot when I think about duels and the kind of attitude which formed the country of America. Dueling and honor went hand-in-hand which provided a foundation for our laws.
When I was growing up the Department of Education had just been enacted, so they didn’t have time to drive this trend out of our culture. Even one hundred years after the Wild West, dueling was still a common practice among kids in my school of Lakota in Liberty Township, Ohio which was essentially settled by war heroes of the Revolutionary War. When something which insulted individual honor fell outside the established law of the school or the society outside which controlled it, boys would settle the issue with a fight after school—which I found myself in a lot. Failure to show up to one of these fights would lead to extreme scorn and a loss of respect up the pecking order of male influence among both sexes. If you were challenged to one of these fights, you didn’t fail to show up. I always did, and most of the time, just as it was when the dueling action was pistols—handshakes and respect were given out and sometimes friendships were forged. People respect courage and when two people faced down each other over a dispute that couldn’t be legally worked out by putting a hand on the Bible and letting God sort through the details—individualized respect was the only real option which bound our society together.
Think about it, when you are in the grocery check-out, what keeps you from belting the person in front of you in the head and taking their place in line—is it fear of the law—of being arrested for assault? Perhaps for most, that is their first reaction—but these days people have a lot less respect for the law as police officers and their methods of control have come into question. So what is the next layer of defense which prevents you from acting—you look the person over and decide that you could physically overpower them and take their place in line. What keeps you from doing it? Essentially, fear…………….fear of what that person might do if you challenged them in some way. If you push them they might turn around and clobber you, or they might have a gun and shoot you. That threat forces you to respect their individual boundaries at a primal level which then paves the way for respect at the legal level. Without a foundation of respect for individual integrity, no laws in any land can have real influence.
And that is the primary issue, public schools are in the business now of teaching collective rights, not individual ones. As seen in that video, the Donald Trump supporters represented individual values whereas the social justice warriors represented collective values—and our society has put its priorities on the collective effort over the individual ones and that’s how we find ourselves in this current mess. Those social justice warriors have no fear of individual retribution so they are free to attack anything, anywhere over anything. They have grown up lacking respect for individual property or sanctity and are acting on behalf of collective efforts for achievements which extend beyond their personal gains. The way to fix that whole problem is by empowering the individuals to defend their positions with actual respect–and unfortunately that means with all human beings—an imminent fear of being removed from the face of the earth so that a proper dialogue between two parties can emerge.
Years ago I was with a group that was buying a mechanical bull for a nightclub I was involved with and we were at one of those honkytonks to see it in action. I had on my customary cowboy hat as I have since I was a little kid and I was standing in front of a couple of guys at the bar who were obviously drunk and looking for a quick ego boost to their reputations. As I watched people ride the bull in question I felt something rub against the brim of my hat from behind, so I turned quickly and saw the hand of some sappy looking bastard removing his hand quickly hoping that he wouldn’t be caught. Of course I confronted him angrily and I told him that if he did it again I’d beat the rat piss out of him. He and his friend were two tobacco chewing rednecks who thought they were more authentic than me, and they didn’t need to wear hats to country bars—which essentially was what they told me. My response was to take them outside and show them that they weren’t “shit,” both of them. Of course they headed for the door to protect their honor as they were with women who were both at the bar urging them not to fight. When we got outside they saw the anger on my face and realized that the fight was not going to go well for either of them. A bouncer stood on the porch and watched, letting things play out respectfully. Suddenly the two guys apologized for touching my hat and they were quick to want to make friends. I accepted and we returned inside where they bought me a beer and were nice to me for the rest of the evening. Their dates were grateful and everyone had a pretty good time the rest of the night. When I left they even went out of their way to say goodbye and shake my hand.
Protests are getting out of control in our country as socialists, communists, and various anarchists raised in our public education system to not respect private property, personal integrity, or any level of valor have no fear of the law or the individual integrity for which laws were written to protect—and honestly, they need their asses kicked. They are the result of what happens when you don’t retaliate for someone touching your hat, or insulting your personal name in a newspaper. Without that basic respect for other human beings, there is no society to build from and everything plunges into chaos, which is exactly the goal of liberalized social justice warriors. They aren’t warriors at all, only instigators who don’t expect to be punched back in the mouth once they’ve leveled their insults. We live in a society now where they can touch my hat yet don’t expect to be punched in the mouth for it. Once you do, they want to retreat to the law to settle their honor—which is essentially what has been happening at Trump rallies. The society which created these losers doesn’t want to acknowledge that individual liberty is the key to holding all of society together. They want to believe that it is the acceptance that the tapestry of a global society brings that will garner respect for each other—and they are miserably failing in their psychological assessment. Just because they have de-clawed a tiger and removed its teeth, and even castrated it of its aggression, a tiger is still a tiger. You can’t put a bunch of snot-nosed communists into a cage with it and let them poke it with a stick and not expect the tiger to attack those idiots. At some point the individual temper of the tiger will break through the social constraints placed upon it. And in many ways, there are a lot of people in this country who have been treated as such, castrated intellectually, and tied up individually to make the collective masses feel equal. This has given rise to a period in our history where just about everyone is offended at something that somebody else says and that is leading us to a disaster—legally. But, if the practice of dueling were to make an official comeback, and even become legalized again as it once was—then people these days would be a whole lot less offended, so easily. And then, we might just find a way to work together toward achievements that require teamwork. First however, a respect for other individuals must be established, and that only occurs when acknowledgement of those other people is based on a foundation of integrity. That is what the old duels established and that necessity is every bit as strong today as it was 300 years ago. Only now we see what happens when we outlaw the mechanisms for achieving that respect—we have a mad, runaway society full of losers, imbeciles, and malcontents.
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