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Lock Down or be Shot Down! By Paul Walker
How far can anarcho-tyranny go? On the spot fines are nothing when the state can simply shoot you, on the spot!
“Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has warned he would order the country's police and military to shoot dead anyone "who creates trouble" during a month-long lockdown of the island of Luzon enforced to halt the spread of the coronavirus. "Let this be a warning to all. Follow the government at this time because it is critical that we have order," he said in a late-night televised national address on Wednesday. "And do not harm the health workers, the doctors ... because that is a serious crime. My orders to the police and the military, if anyone creates trouble, and their lives are in danger: shoot them dead." "Do not intimidate the government. Do not challenge the government. You will lose," he added in Filipino and English. Duterte's warning came after residents of a slum in Manila's Quezon City staged a protest along a highway near their shanty houses, claiming they had not received any food packs and other relief supplies since the lockdown began more than two weeks ago. Village security officers and police urged the residents to go back to their homes, but they refused, a police report said. Police broke up the protest and arrested 20 people, the report added.”
“Indians have been warned they could be shot if they defy the coronavirus lockdown with thousands queuing for food today despite social distancing advice. Three more people died overnight as the health ministry said the number of cases had risen to 649, including 13 dead. But despite the populace of 1.3billion being told to stay indoors by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, thousands were seen lining up close behind each other to get into bustling markets in Delhi, Kolkota and Mumbai on Thursday. Yesterday there were chaotic scenes across the nation with police beating violators of the lockdown with rattan canes and forcing others to crouch down in chalk circles to teach them about social distancing. In the southern state of Telangana the chief minister, Kalvakuntla Chandrashekhar, made the most ruthless threat to anyone who continues to flout the rules. 'Please don't let it come to this,' he said. 'The administration cannot stop everyone and I will have to call in the army or issue 'shoot at sight' orders. Please stay at home.'”
Obey and starve to death. Better just to be shot, I think, and have it over with quickly, with less suffering, provided the government thugs are reasonable shots, not kneecapping one first!