Logically, the next best deterrent against violation of the right to assemble is to get the police to weigh the risks they incur by choosing to use violence. Oddly enough, I have seen quite a few people over the years who are very convinced that open carry of firearms during a protest is going to cause all sorts of problems. Every time I have seen this idea put forward, tons of people come out of the woodwork warning the rest of us of the doom that awaits, or at the very least, how it “won’t make any difference.”
Category: Political Action
The “forbidden question” is usually the thing that should demand our attention the most, because it is deemed “forbidden” for a reason. Criminals, perverts, con artists and all sorts of depraved people have a few things in common, and one of them is that they do not want, under any circumstances, for an open, no-holds-barred examination of what they are doing.
Tucker’s assertion that religious fundamentalism is “another obvious form” of Brutalism is going to get many people hammering on the keyboard, spittle peppering their monitor in between howls of indignation. The space beneath the essay is already full of comments accusing Tucker of being a “purist,” a “fraud,” and “disruptive.”
But methinks they doth protest too much.