Quote of the day—enlightenment

I really wish someone would start seriously wondering why having private, for-profit companies running – and ruining – the lives of millions is a good thing.

At the very least, there should be serious limits put on their role in society, because at this point, they own us all.

October 1, 2015
Comment to Experian says 15M have info stolen in hack of T-Mobile data
[“enlightenment” thinks serious thought should be given to eliminating private, for profit, companies? I presume that the functions performed by private companies for everything from the food supply and health care to banking, communication, manufacturing, and transportation should all by done by the all powerful, benevolent government, right?

I don’t think there has been any other political system than that which I suspect “enlightenment” desires which has been more thoroughly tested or found to have inflicted more evil upon society. In the 20th century alone there were hundreds of millions of people murdered trying to make such systems work.

People such as “enlightenment” cannot possible have a mind that functions in any sort of way that I think of as normal. The overwhelming evidence of the errors of their thinking can only mean they have total crap for brains. That such people exist, in apparently large numbers, means the right to keep and bear arms is just a critical to the security of the free state today as it was 200+ years ago..—Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—enlightenment

  1. sirs:

    never a communist/socialist government that didn’t run by force, at the end of a gun muzzle.

    the only counter is a gun muzzle to keep the bastards at bay. simple as that.

    john jay

    • You know what they will say, don’t you?

      “That wasn’t a true communist/socialist, government!”*

      *”also, it never happened!”

      • And how come THAT isn’t derided as a “No True Scot” fallacy? It seems to fit perfectly, more perfectly than a lot of the accusations of “No True Scot” that are flung by Leftists.

Comments are closed.