It amounts to this: “We don’t have the right to invade your home without probable cause …
but if we DO, you have no right to stop us, and we have the right to arrest you if you try.” Why not apply that to the rest of the Bill of Rights, while we’re at it?
But history shows all too well that those who fight for freedom and justice almost always do so “illegally”–i.e., without the permission of the ruling class.
Not the consciences of the “law-makers” or their hired thugs, obviously.
And not any election or petition to the politicians.
Having been trained to feel a blind loyalty to the ruling class of the particular piece of dirt they live on (a.k.a. It is a testament to the effectiveness of authoritarian indoctrination that literally billions of people throughout history have begged and screamed and cried in the face of authoritarian injustice and oppression, but only a tiny fraction have ever lifted a finger to actually try to STOP it.
“patriotism”), and having been trained to believe that obedience is a virtue, the idea of forcibly resisting “law enforcement” is simply unthinkable to many. Even when people can recognize tyranny and oppression, they still usually talk about “working within the system”–the same system that is responsible for the tyranny and oppression.
S.-based Arvind, meets with Danny, a Caucasian who is blind since his premature birth. Perkins facility to try out a new procedure that will result in surgery to a part of his brain to restore his visual cortex, enabling him see in fuzzy black and white images.