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There's no point to being squeamish.  People in numerous professions may be called upon to kill people.  Rarely do any of these people want to, and many in law enforcement and even the military can serve an entire career without having to deliver death to anyone.  These people train for it, ready themselves mentally, physically and morally to do it.  But, again, don't relish the opportunity.

That's a vast difference to what many of the Antifa and even BLM anarchists are saying and trying to do.  If one pays attention to the raw news feeds, sadly not the ones that most of the mainstream media seek to filter out, then one can hear very clearly these anarchists screaming at the top of their lungs their open desire to kill police officers at municipal, state, and federal levels, or even random people who dare utter a slight disagreement with their mania.  The anarchists scream this as they attack federal buildings, private property, monuments, and attack peace abiding bystanders, or attack people who truly are exercising their First Amendment rights to peacefully protest and assemble in public, some of whom were even peacefully assembled to protest some of the things these crazed anarchists claim they are protesting.

The anarchists don't seek to keep all this a secret.  They want the public to know, and to paraphrase a recent movie, they want the people to know they want the people to know.  In short, these anarchists are crazed psychopaths, eagerly seeking out the opportunity to kill.  Some have theorized that part of their motivation is to create a new version of the Kent State tragedy.  This may well be true.  But, apart from the public relations disaster it represents, one wonders if anyone is going to pen a hit song like "Three Dead in Ohio."

You see, there are stark difference.  Despite some evidence that some of the students at Kent State that infamous day did want to set a campus building on fire, those protestors did not yell out that they sought to murder anyone.  We also know that at least one of the three students shot dead that day was an innocent bystander, not even a protestor.  Those facts make for a strong difference.

We shouldn't feel sympathetic when violent anarchists finally succeed in provoking law enforcement to use violence as their last and only remaining means to protect innocent life and prevent wholesale destruction of property.  This is why the lion's share of the mainstream media has embarked upon an entirely evil and deliberate mischaracterization of the truth, and in so doing, helping sew the winds of a mass casualty event.  Sadly, one can responsibly ask if many in the media actually hope such a tragedy happens.  Many in the media have been determined to lie for months, calling rioters as merely peaceful protestors. 

They might get the result they seek.  Light enough matches, throw enough firebombs at people, and overtly seek to destroy enough property, and attack enough people, and eventually a violent response will happen.  Immediately after some die for their deliberate efforts to attack and kill, one hopes that in addition, their partners in crime, who survive and are arrested, receive the full weight of the due process they earned.  But, in addition, the feds must investigate those who organized and paid these anarchists to spend months every day engaged in violence.  These ring leaders are serious people who seek to destroy this nation.  Beyond the RICO statutes, there should also be efforts to charge these leaders with conspiracy to commit mass murder.

If the funding tree goes all the way to George Soros, as many people think is the case, then regardless of the deliberate layers of subterfuge and front groups, then Soros himself needs to be served a warrant for his arrest, and if needed, extradited to the United States.  For all these people, one more charge must be added.  One that goes to the heart of their mania.  They should be charged with sedition.  While many think of treason, in the strict legal sense, these anarchists and their top leaders are not guilty of treason, as the United States is not currently at war with any enemy force these people are cooperating with, and that is required to be truly guilty of treason.

Sedition, though, is something they are all guilty of.

"If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both." -- 18 US Code 2384

For the past 60 days in Portland, Oregon, the Antifa and BLM thugs have every night tried to storm the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse building.  They shout out loud their goal every night.  They wish to break down the barricades, break down the doors, and firebomb the building to reduce it to a smoldering ruin, and each night have sought to do exactly that, succeeding many times in getting past the barricades and damaging the exterior of the building, including by fire.  Seems quite clear that meets every statutory requirement of 18 US Code 2384.

Here's another fact.  The mayor of Portland, and the Oregon governor, both of whom have quite foolishly demanded in the last few days that federal law enforcement immediately take down the fence barricades erected to protect the building, are also both guilty of violating 18 US Code 2384, specifically the portion about conspiring, as they must realize that tearing down those barricades would immediately assist the anarchists in their aims.

It is likely true that the Trump administration is holding its powder dry, as the statute of limitations on sedition is forever.  Anyone guilty of sedition is subject to indictment on these federal charges for the rest of their natural lives.  That's a good thing.  Deny them part of their goal, to be so-called martyrs impacting the 2020 election, and wait until after the vote.  Every day that the President stands resolute against these thugs is another day for people to grow angry about seeing their possessions threatened, their lives risked, and their peace of mind destroyed. 

There is a groundswell of angry Americans, and they know who the enemy is.  No amount of stupid mainstream media lies is altering what people see with their own eyes and hear with their own ears.  Violent protests during the 1969 vote most certainly helped Richard Nixon defeat Democrat Hubert Humphrey,  despite Humphrey condemning the violence himself.  The differences are far starker today, as the Democrats are giving open support to Antifa and BLM.

Some of the leaders of BLM are known domestic terrorists, one of whom was pardoned by President Bill Clinton on his last official day in office.  Her sedition charges should earn her the full measure of the 20 years specified, as she will be a repeat offender.  Likely, if a full investigation is conducted, we will learn she isn't the only person in the Antifa and BLM hierarchy and funding chain with criminal records.

A Constitutional Republic is not a weak form of government, and the American experience shows clearly that when America is threatened, both by forces internal and external, the American people will respond with a righteous fury.  It has been a long time since fellow Americans felt the full might of that righteous reply, but events seem poised to see it unleashed once again.  That's a shame.  But, it's also abundantly required.

-- Ken Stallings

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