Monday, January 31, 2011

Creative Ways of Dealing With Authoritarian Freaks

On February 22, 1943, in Munich, the German student Sophie Scholl went to her death on the guillotine. A member of what is known as the "White Rose" group, she had been found guilty of distributing pamphlets against the war and the Nazis. Her last words, as she walked bravely to her death, were:
"How can we expect righteousness to prevail when there is hardly anyone willing to give himself up individually to a righteous cause. Such a fine, sunny day, and I have to go, but what does my death matter, if through us thousands of people are awakened and stirred to action?"  
The modern day cartoon above depicted by an artist describes an underlying hostility brewing among authorities towards those who complain in its insinuating execution by guillotine.

People were so much more sophisticated and mature way back during the days of the Nazi's.  Today, many of us protest in creative and often silly ways. For instance, back in the early 1990's I posted fliers around the Palos Verdes Police Department (Palos Verdes Estates, CA) that read "Cinderella Says PV Police Balls Stink" (you know the story, Cinderella attended a ball with her prince prior to the strike of midnight) as my means of combating a big brother provocateur Nazism I had encountered for a long time. 

People of authority, including judges, supervisors and police, don't like it when people complain about them.  Back in the days of the Hitler regime, they'd simply execute people for protesting by cutting their heads off like they did poor polite Sophie Scholl's.  I believe those days are coming back to America, that evil truly does lurk behind many of these people of authority. 


Ways of Dealing with Hard Core Authoritarian Freaks

One way of dealing with these people of authority who abuse their power is to let the laws of karma play out and to make sure to publicize it widely when they fall.  Another way is to use casual voodoo curses that I wrote about several months ago that was later presented to a judge by a paranoid schizophrenic. (See Voodoo or Cyberstalking Legislation?)  Back in the 1980's I was introduced to voodoo on the Saturday Night Live show with "Oh No, Mr. Bill!" where sadistic comedians took out their anger on a poor little doll they continually abused for fun. Unlike the fictional sitcom, Voodoo was really meant for good people to combat the forces of evil.
There's no law against voodoo in the United States ever since it was brought over by African slaves as a means to protect themselves or bring ill will upon their enemies. (See Louisiana Voodoo on Wikipedia) That fact didn't matter to Judge Longstreth in San Diego who didn't like my pin cushion doll depictions of no particular person I had pulled from other sites for this blog.  The judge didn't believe I should have any means of defending myself from intense on-line harassment and defamation.  This kind of intolerance extended to  "should you ever trespass on my property you'll be leaving in a body bag".  The judge didn't like that either. 
I think mocking the authorities and politicians is a wonderful thing because many of them are truly idiots.  Such is why I love sites like The Onion that have a couple hilarious videos.  The difference between the time of the Nazis and now is we still have a lot of humor in our lives as a tool to deal with the morons. 

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When you complain about people who have too much power and abuse it as such, they will likely find ways to inflict as much pain and hardship on their victim as possible.  A good rule of thumb is don't underestimate how truly psychopathic these people can be.  They don't like criticism or complaints whatsoever.  Such is why finding effective methods of dealing with these type of people have to be done to reduce the damages they can do.

Judge Roland Freisler pictured at right, is the moron who sent that poor woman Sophie Scholl, along with her brother and friend, to the guillotine.  These kind of people did it then and they would do it today if given the chance because they think that highly of themselves.