Anarcho-Tyranny: A Way To Fight Back

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by Portfolio Armor
Thursday, Apr 13, 2023 - 10:40
Daniel Perry
Daniel Perry in court in Austin, Texas.

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Anarcho-Tyranny In Texas

In a recent post (Anarcho-Tyranny In Texas), we talked about Daniel Perry, the soldier who was convicted of murder for defending himself against an armed BLM rioter: 

Another Great White Defendant

In my last post, The Great White Defendant, I wrote about the Soros-funded DA in Manhattan who is soft on violent criminals, but tough on men who defend themselves against them. He also, of course, is prosecuting Trump for political reasons. 

Readers may recall that George Soros has funded the election of dozens of similar prosecutors across the country, ones who are soft on criminals but hard on innocent men who defend themselves against them.

This is phenomenon Sam Francis first identified decades ago as Anarcho-Tyranny:  

This condition, which in some of my columns I have called ‘anarcho-tyranny,’ is essentially a kind of Hegelian synthesis of what appear to be dialectical opposites, the combination of oppressive government power against the innocent and the law-abiding and, simultaneously, a grotesque paralysis of the ability or the will to use that power to carry out basic public duties such as protection of public safety.

The latest example of this is Travis County DA Jose Garza prosecuting Daniel Perry for defending himself against an armed BLM rioter. 

What Could Have Prevented This

What could have prevented this is a force of armed men not beholden to the anarcho-tyrannical regime. Readers may recall scenes of local police as well as National Guardsmen kneeling in sympathy with BLM rioters: it's no surprise these men didn't prevent riots and mobs of the sort that menaced Daniel Perry.

Twitter user "Aristophanes" offered a detailed thread about how red state governors can legally create a force of armed men that aren't beholden to the federal government like the National Guard is, a force that can prevent or put down riots so individuals like Daniel Perry don't find themselves in physical and legal harm's way. I've posted his thread in full below--it's long, but worth reading.

Following that, I'll close with a note about a couple of trades for which I have limit orders placed today. 

Let's wrap up with our trade notes. 

Today's Two Trades

In my last post, I mentioned a limit order on a bet against another regional bank. That hasn't gotten filled yet, but I've adjusted the limit price and hope to get it filled today. I figure it's better to do so now in case the big bank earnings on Friday are worse than expected. 

The other trade I have a limit order in for now is to short an AI name that's up about 500% in the last month. If you want a heads up if and when these get filled, feel free to subscribe to the trading Substack/occasional mailing list below. 


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