Before we dive into the tyranny quotes, let us first ask: Is the United States government tyrannical? Not constantly, no. It is awfully good of the police to arrest perpetrators of property crimes, when they are allowed to, and we’d certainly be happy to see the Coast Guard if we just flipped the official Libertas Bella catamaran 12 miles off the coast of Naples Beach.
In all fairness, perhaps a government can be tyrannical for the right reasons sometimes. We’re sure a lot of the kids in those concentration camps had direct lines to Hirohito himself.
People who feel obligated to defend the largest and most powerful organization on the face of the planet ought to consider that an abusive father can still make his kids macaroni and cheese for dinner after he has spent the past half hour throwing empty liquor bottles at them. But they’re probably more concerned about getting the taste of boot polish out of their mouths.
Tyranny Quotes That We Will Force You to Read For Your Own Good
- “A state of war only serves as an excuse for domestic tyranny.”
- “The evils of tyranny are rarely seen but by him who resist it.”
- “If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.”
MERCH INSPIRED BY DR. FAUCI
Many people believe that their government’s job is to keep them safe. And it is, to a degree. We want our government to apprehend and punish thieves and murderers, and to send special trucks when our houses are on fire.
But what is the extent of the government’s duty to keep us safe? Should it make it illegal for us to leave our homes? Should it prevent us from going to work if we refuse to take drugs that were only recently introduced to the market? Should it fine or arrest people who fail to wear face masks?
Plenty of people would enthusiastically argue the government should do all of these things. Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has lied through his teeth about so many matters of public health during the pandemic, is just one of them. Yet none of them seem the least bit concerned about whether the government might abuse so much new power.
Of course, giving the government power is like giving a toddler a slingshot. It’s insane not to expect them to use such things irresponsibly, so you’ve only yourself to blame when the government makes arbitrary lockdowns the norm, or the toddler starts knocking out your window panes.
No reasonable person wants Dr. Fauci and the people pulling his strings to rule them. A disease with a 99.9% survival rate is far less frightening than a government that can lock you up, muzzle you, and pin you down to forcibly inject you with … something.
You don’t want to be safe. You want to be free, and anyone who insists that you part with your rights “for your safety” is without question the greatest threat to your safety in existence. Fight it. Attack “science.” Ridicule Dr. Fauci and anyone else who would treat you like a zoo animal.