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About the mafia styled “government” is contained in this video:

In it, one of the many “crews” serving as muscle for this uber-mafia does what such crews always do: it destroys something owned by someone else in order to teach them (and everyone else) a lesson. That lesson, of course, is to never forget theviolence that hangs over everything the mafia does – and which will be visited upon you in the event you ever step out of line.

In this case, the crew is the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol and the victim is a helpless Land Rover Defender  – and of course, its former owner. The Defender is a model Land Rover sells outside the boundaries of the U.S. Customs and Border Control’s (and EPA’s and DOT’s) “turf.” It is not a mafia-approved vehicle for sale herebecause it does not meet mafia-imposed requirements, particularly as regards the profusion of air bags and so on that the mafia insists every one of us must have – whether we’d like to have them or not.

Well, just as some people in the neighborhood refuse to pay the Black Hand for “protection,” just so there are people who think it’s no one else’s business what sort of vehicle they drive – especially as regards such things as air bags, the presence or absence of which in no way affects the well-being of other people.  They figure: Why should I be compelled to pay for things I feel no need for and do not want?

Seems reasonable. Certainly not objectionable in the sense that such an exercise of free choice ought to invite a violent response. If we lived in a free country, it would not invite a violent response. You want air bags? Buy ‘em! Youdon’t want ‘em? Don’t buy ‘em. No one’s going to force you, either way.

Ah, but we don’t live in a free country anymore. The black hand is in control.

The Defender is the sort of vehicle once very popular here but now unavailable –legally – and thus, virtually nonexistent here. It is a serious SUV. In addition to not having air bags, it does not have carpet – or anything else that detracts from being among the most off-road-able vehicles ever made. It is ideal for backwoods work and so beloved by people who actually use their SUVs for such work and who – unsurprisingly – aren’t much interested in the mafia-approved, leather-wrapped and air bag-festooned $50,000 absurdities that prowl suburbia but which their owners dare not actually take off-pavement (the lambs’ wool carpet might get soiled).

Land Rover stopped selling the Defender here about 20 years ago – because it could no longer do so legally.

That is, in compliance with the mafia’s orders.

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