OPERATION:  BUNNY RABBIT
Hey Doc, take a look at this! I think we got
somethin' here.
Of course you know,
this means
WAR!
-
Bugs Bunny
What we're trying to achieve with Operation Bunny Rabbit is a competent Rodent Defensive
Capability (RDC). This will give most human beings a basic idea of how to defend themselves
and their loved ones from violent predatory attacks.

The first concept in RDC is that you have a right to defend yourself. The second concept is
that you have the right to decide when it is necessary to defend yourself. The third concept is
that when you have decided that you need to defend yourself, you should concentrate on the
defense and not concern yourself with hypothetical future possibilities related to the defense.
 
Before we talk about RDC, let's use an insect defensive response as an example. You can
either try this experiment for yourself or you can follow along with your imagination. Go to any
body of water, a lake or river and seek out the calm water next to the shore. There, you should
find a number of water spiders on the surface.  Now grab one and hold it tightly in your hand.
You should experience a bite with sufficient pain to make you let go.

Now if the water spider had the mindset of a modern domesticated American Citizen, it would
be thinking counterproductive thoughts like, "the human could crush me in his hand, I better
not bite him."  The spider's bite caused the human to let go, so a decision not to bite would
have actually opened up the water spider to many unpleasant possibilities. The human could
decide to pull the spider's legs off one by one; he could hold the spider down and burn it with
a magnifying glass (a classic maneuver of little boys); or, he could throw it on the ground and
stomp on it or crush it with a rock.

Moving on to a RDC response, let's consider the lowly bunny rabbit down in her hole with her
little baby rabbits. If you stick your hand down into the rabbit den and try to grab the mother
or any of her brood, the mother rabbit will bite and kick you until the threat stops; i.e. until you
withdraw your hand from the hole. The rabbit isn't having domesticated doubts about the
defense such as, the human could go get a shovel or the human could go get a shotgun, stick
it into the hole and kill us all. But even if that did happen the defensive reaction would be
helpful to the species as a whole because the human could get hurt and would forever be
reluctant to attempt the same thing again.

Most wild mammals will bite and put up a fierce struggle once the threat becomes immediate
and unavoidable; once fleeing, freezing or other defensive options are not available. With
domesticated human beings, I'm afraid that is just not the case. Somehow, the ability to
realize an eminent threat and to defend against it has been bred out of the modern,
domesticated human.

It hasn't always been this way. During the majority of human history, people have been aware
that human beings are violent, dangerous and predatory. They realized that it was necessary
to be able to fight and to defend one's community or tribe and their way of life from assaults
by other tribal groups. They realized that strength and a show of force was the safest position
that they could take in order to prevent an attack from taking place or to successfully defend
against an attack.

What are you most afraid of when it comes to violent human predation? Is it criminals or
Islamic terrorists? How about the IRS? With criminals and terrorists we are allowed to defend
ourselves and the probability of assault is relatively low. With the IRS, stop filing your tax
return and you have an almost 100% certainty that a violent, predatory gang of armed men will
assault you. Stop paying your property tax and the same thing will happen only this time it will
be the local sheriff.    

It's now much worse than the above examples, folks. As I stated in "Diabolical Paradigms,"
the government has now assumed the power to do anything they want to any individual, any
group of persons, any city, any state or the whole country at once. We are all in the most
extreme danger imaginable. Anyone can be declared an enemy combatant according to the
Military Commissions Act of 2006.

There are forms of pain that are much worse than the pain of warfare. Being totally helpless
and having all manner of atrocities performed on your children or your wife or mother, while
you watch - that's worse. Everything that has been done to people in Iraq; in Fallujah or in Abu
Ghraib prison can now happen here, in America.

So, let's all try and step up to a Rodent Defensive Capability.  Then, perhaps we'll be ready
for the Human Defensive Capability (HDC) the Nation was founded on.

"How we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every
security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether
he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass
arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people
had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling in terror at every bang of the downstairs door
and at every step on the staircase, but had understood that they had nothing left to lose and
had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes,
hammers, pokers or whatever else was at hand...The security operatives would very quickly
have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and not withstanding all of Stalin's thirst,
the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!"

                                     - Alexander Solzhenitsyn

When you're behind the wire, it's too late.
So, what you gonna do when they come for you?

- Rod Alexander
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