at least in my eyes:
I do think that police is fighting against one’s own population while (just) enforcing laws, just the politicans want. Why is it so hard to understand that theft is a crime and there is not difference between theft and taxe or other forced payments. How comes that a government can limit everyone’s life to their liking? Where’s the right in using violence against those who do not want the state?
For me government is part of the problem, not part of the solution. But still people do really think government over all and everyone would be a good thing. I don’t know how that comes…. Government means violence, even if the do enforce it against men who do nothing wrong but not following the “law”. It’s not to understand why you can get all kind of drugs but that having “harsher” drugs could be a crime. Whose rights are violated if you consume them. And it’s not the business of the state to delcare what kind of living is within some artificial “right”, and there is absolutly not way to pacify taxes and right. There is not right also to have payements for uemployment, retirement etc. On the other hand people do not have a right to get paid while not working or being retired. They have to save their money for their after-work-life.
And to save means, that no one has the right to inflate the money people used for keeping their savings, and so central banks never can be right but they onlly can be established by “laws” backed by pure violence from the government. And so we come back to policemen, they are not for “rights” but “laws” and so everyone could happily kill within his duty to the state. Strange enougn the processes of Nürnberg to have judged oterhwise. So tell me how many measure of rights to exist? How can it be that killing from a Nazi soldier was treated as crime but a killing from a cop in the USA is obeying the law and a service to the public?