Wear a T-Shirt like this in front of me…death may be too good

There is so much that is wrong with the world and yet so much that is also right. However, if someone violates the non aggression principle towards myself or my kids or for that matter against anyone who obviously cannot defend themselves in front of me be prepared to see me defend them. i'm_a_sensitive_guy_i_only_rape_pregnant_women-258x293

I was recently shown yet more reasons why I believe that death is a viable option for some people. After all, if your dog attacks and harms your children you put them down right? So why not apply that to the human dogs that rove among us as well? I know many will disagree with me, and yet more will likely agree wholeheartedly. In fact I am willing to bet that this article causes a rift in those who call me friend. My response, I dont fucking care what you think. alone_for_christmas_new_label_rape_me_gently-258x293

After all if you are okay with someone wearing these t-shirts but not okay with me expressing my distaste and belief in regards to them, what does that make you? I detest paedophilia, rape, murder, assault with a vengeance and were my children or any children and or myself made to be in the presence of someone who believed wearing these t-shirts was okay, well…I would likely open with this line, “which do you prefer, slow or fast?” i_jerk_off_nowadays_to_dora_the_explorer-258x293

See here is the thing, people who glorify this are in my opinion useless in every way and no better then a rabid dog. Of course, I also tend to feel police and the military as an institution is also useless and no better then a rabid dog. Regardless, I would ask them gently, do they really believe what they are wearing? And depending on their answer and how I currently felt regarding the potential for real harm to myself, kids or any other potential harm to be done, I would respond accordingly. bored_with_homosexuality_gonna_try_straight_pedophile_for_a_change-258x293

One thing is sure, if you act like a pervert and a douche bag be prepared to be treated as such. I am when I use the various profanity that I do. After all, it is just profanity. However, when you encourage or directly endorse violent acts against other individuals why should I stand by? My telling you to fuck the hell off is in no way similar to you wearing a shirt loudly proclaiming you only rape pregnant women or worse, vocally supporting and encouraging the mass murder of innocents in lands not adjoining ours. autumn_is_perfect_for_date_rape-258x293

Understand this, there is a reason I flip you off if you are wearing a badge and pulling someone over for non violent offences. There is a reason I will loudly say how fucking psycho you are if you and your friends joke about murdering people in foreign lands. There is a reason I will loudly tell the world and everyone around you how sick, twisted and fucked up you are if you are one of the demented people to buy one of these stupid fucking shirts. It isnt funny, it isnt brilliant, it is fucked up and needs a good ass whooping. And no, I am not sharing the link.

So yes, tell me I am wrong, by all means. I hope you dont mind that I will ignore you.


Free the mind and the body will follow


About Jesse Mathewson

Jesse Mathewson is the author of the popular blog, jessetalksback.com and provides commentary to many varied places based on a background that includes education in criminal justice, history, religion and even insurgency tactics and tactical training. His current role in his community is as an organizer of sorts and a preacher of community solidarity and agorism. He also runs Liberty Practical Training, a self defense school specializing in the practical applications of defensive approaches versus the theoretical. As an agorist, voluntaryist and atheist his life is seen as crazy and wild by many, though once they get to know him most realize he is a bluntly honest individual who will give you the shirt off his back if he believes it is necessary to help you. Very simple, "That which is voluntary between all individuals involved is always right, if it is not voluntary, it is always wrong."
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7 Responses to Wear a T-Shirt like this in front of me…death may be too good

  1. I agree that these shirts are disgusting, I would abstain from resorting to violence to solve this issue. Anyone who would wear these have obviously not thought through their actions. These people should be educated, not beat up or killed. It is best to not let anger get the best of us in any situation. Like MLK said here in 1963: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Hate multiplies hate, violence multiplies violence, and toughness multiplies toughness in a descending spiral of destruction … The chain reaction of evil – hate begetting hate, wars producing more wars – must be broken, or we shall be plunged into the dark abyss of annihilation.” I send this comment in love and peace!


  2. cavpatriot says:

    Well, I have no problem with your sentiment regarding this Jesse. I agree with you, although I have never been through what you have, I know many that have. And it can and generally does scar them for life.


  3. Nothing funny or cute about them. I wonder if the authors or wearers of such shirts would enjoy a stint in prison or subjecting their mother, daughter, sister or child to these outcomes. If it happened in my presence use of force may be authorized.


  4. jeffreycanthony says:

    You are absolutely wrong!

    On one thing. I respect the douche bag, since it makes women happy and clean and smelling fresh. 😉

    It’s a hard place for all of us to consider. Not many people have experienced the reasons to be filled with passion about this subject.

    This brings to mind a discussion i have with myself about how far should things go in dealing with circumstances when they occur. And I don’t yet have the answer that i’m comfortable in my mind with. I do fully agree that when a person agresses on another, consequences should occur. And especially when you are stopping a threat, people don’t realize that you don’t have the time to take the risk of not putting someone down for good.

    I think the culture of joking about violence is ingrained. It’s made bigger by people supporting it not through TV but through their personal actions together. I remember saying things in my not so wise past that i shouldn’t have. And unless we make it quite clear using peer pressure and talking to others about things (much like you do here) we are not going to change the worship for violence in our world.

    I would also note that each author, each speaker touches a different group, a different mind, we find like minds and reach out to them. The way you say it might not reach my group, but I hope it will other groups that can understand where you come from and why you are saying it the way you do. From a very important passion of NOT wanting violence in our world.


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