Cliven Bundy, Federal Bureaucracy and the State’s Monopoly of Violence

Wednesday, April 16, 2014
By Paul Martin

Liberals celebrate state violence over the individual

Kurt Nimmo
April 16, 2014

John Amato and the liberals over at Crooks and Liars are outraged. Cliven Bundy went on Fox News and said he would like to see all federal bureaucrats disarmed. For liberals who adore the state and support the unprecedented militarization of federal bureaucrats, including but hardly limited to the Post Office, this massive arming and militarization is a natural and welcome occurrence.

For progressive socialists who love the state, the rapid growth of government into all facets of life is an evolutionary process. The founders, who liberals routinely dismiss as evil white property owners and slaveholders, knew government is like fire, a dangerous servant and a fearful master. The original government bureaucracy was infinitesimally small compared to the bloated Leviathan we face today – it consisted of three tiny departments: State, Treasury, and War.

All of this changed when the revered patron saint of the liberals, Abraham Lincoln, grew the government exponentially. The administration of Franklin Roosevelt, under the socialist New Deal supposedly in response to an economic depression created by the banker-controlled Federal Reserve (itself masquerading as a government bureaucracy), expanded government to a new and previously unrealized degree.

A bloated control freak state, enriched with confiscated wealth and obsessed with exercising authority over all aspects of life, will invariably seek a monopoly of violence and will use that violence against perceived domestic enemies. In order to maintain that monopoly, the Department of Homeland Security has hoarded 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition. The state’s war machine has doled out military hardware – armored vehicles, grenade launchers, M-16 assault rifles and more – to police departments far and wide.

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