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Quick Thoughts: Rabid Dogs Get Put Down

TL;DR: People not sheep, sheepdogs or wolfs. Sheepdog cops are problem. Don't be idiot.


Michael "Nodonutshere" Counihan recently posted on facebook:

"The sheep generally do not like the sheepdog. He looks a lot like the wolf. He has fangs and the capacity for violence. The difference, though, is that the sheepdog must not, cannot and will not ever harm the sheep. Any sheepdog who intentionally harms the lowliest little lamb will be punished and removed. The world cannot work any other way, at least not in a representative democracy or a republic such as ours. -
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Still, the sheepdog disturbs the sheep. He is a constant reminder that there are wolves in the land. They would prefer that he didn’t tell them where to go, or give them traffic tickets, or stand at the ready in our airports in camouflage fatigues holding an M-16. The sheep would much rather have the sheepdog cash in his fangs, spray paint himself white, and go, “Baa.” Until the wolf shows up. Then the entire flock tries desperately to hide behind one lonely sheepdog. ....It is denial that turns people into sheep. Sheep are psychologically destroyed by combat because their only defense is denial, which is counterproductive and destructive, resulting in fear, helplessness and horror when the wolf shows up. -
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Denial kills you twice. It kills you once, at your moment of truth when you are not physically prepared: You didn’t bring your gun; you didn’t train. Your only defense was wishful thinking. Hope is not a strategy. Denial kills you a second time because even if you do physically survive, you are psychologically shattered by fear, helplessness, horror and shame at your moment of truth." - -LT Col. Dave Grossman -
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Stay safe everyone. This too shall pass. -

 

 

The analogy started with “On Sheep, Wolves and Sheepdogs” from the book “On Combat.”   It went viral when it was used in the movie “American Sniper.”   In both these cases it was used to describe the military, not the police.

When police try to usurp it, it reveals more about the problem with the narcissistic police officers then it describes their proper function.  The fact that some cops see people in terms of animals should tell you enough.   For the useful idiots out there I will explain more.

Sheepdogs don’t bother sheep because He looks a lot like the wolf. He has fangs and the capacity for violence.  Sheepdogs constantly agitate the heard, nipping at the sheep’s legs to keep them in line.  They control and dictate movements of the heard, not only to keep them safe, but so the shepherd can find his sheep when it comes time for slaughter.

A sheepdog is a protector, but he’s also is a servant.  If a sheepdog kills one of the heard, it is not simply removed, it is killed.  Once a dog kills one sheep it will always kill more. It doesn’t matter if the sheep kicked the dog while being nipped at.  The sheep’s value is paramount.  

I am not a sheep, a wolf, or a sheepdog.  I am a human being.  I have an innate right to freedom, and do not need some dumb, fucking dog telling me where I should go or how to be safe.  I don’t need cops nipping at my heals, yelping in my ears, or barking at the wind.  If you see yourself as a sheep dog keep your distance.   I have no use for you.

Perhaps these self-aggrandizing animals should begin to see people as human beings.   They may want to recognize that we are not all helplessly in need of their control.  We want to live our lives without the constant instigation of self-appointed herding dogs. 

The morons who carry around this mentality are bullies.  They just aren’t smart enough or talented enough to earn their way into a position to bully others, so they went for the short gut of a badge and gun.  Their bullying is getting good officers shot.   Cops with this sheepdog mentality might as well be pulling the trigger themselves.   The constant agitation is pushing people to their limit and this powder keg is ready to blow.  A more apt analogy comes from Paul Simon’s, “Pigs, Sheep and Wolves,” But that one is way over a sheepdog’s head.

Every day we watch their salaries trickle out of our paychecks, while they set out to agitate.   They are distracted with dumbass dog games, as wolves pick us off.  They might track the wolf down after, or they might not.  There’s a lot of money to bleed from the sheep, they don’t have the numbers to collect that and protect sheep from wolves.

 

Sources

http://www.paulsimon.com/track/pigs-sheep-and-wolves/


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