Planes, Trains, and Automobiles: None Are Safe from the State’s Plundering Parasites

All aboard Amtrak — in Germany, circa 1938. (Still from “The Mortal Storm.”)

William Grigg | Pro Libertate

“Is anyone present carrying more than ten marks, or planning to take out of the country any foreign money, gold, jewels, or other valuables?” demanded the German customs inspector after boarding the Innsbruck-bound train. “Any violation of the law will be punished with penal servitude –special cases by death.”

Freya Roth, a single woman in her 20s traveling with her mother and younger brother, produced her passport and handed it to the inspector. After the document was stamped, the truculent bureaucrat noticed the young lady’s luggage.

“Whose suitcase is that?” he snapped, his voice colored with an implied threat. “Take it down – open it.”

“It isn’t locked,” Freya said quietly, her brows drawn together in worried puzzlement. Before she had finished the sentence the inspector had torn open the luggage and started to paw through it. A comrade noticed a large bound volume on the shelf above Freya’s seat. He retrieved it and began to pore over its handwritten pages.

“What is that – code?” the policeman inquired of Freya.

“No – it’s a physiological treatise,” she replied, proudly explaining that it had been written by her late father, Professor Victor Roth.

Radiating hostile disapproval, the inspector handed the manuscript to a Gestapo officer who had been looming in the background, a silent monolith of murderous menace.

“Why are you taking this out of the country?” the officer barked at Freya. “You intend on publishing it abroad?”

Freya tried to explain that she kept the book with her because it was her father’s last work, which was enough to implicate her as an enemy of the State.

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  • Brad Canelo

    It’s NAZI Germany, only on U.S soil ALL OVER AGAIN!!!

  • THOUGHTCRIMINAL2084

    DEA now robbing US Citizens. The “war on drugs” is a war on American citizens. Observe the Second Amendment whether or not it is “illegal”.

  • Krist Martin

    Wow that is totally illegal right there. The DEA has no right to do what they did in both cases. This is unacceptable.

  • Carlo Martell

    put your cash on a LOADABLE debit/credit card and MAIL IT to where you are traveling to !!! Express or priority mail all safe and sound. Take the train . .take enough cash for the trip and when they hassle you . . HAVE SOME GUTS and say FUCK OFF !!! KISS MY ASS you get SHIT FROM ME !! WHEN EVERYONE DOES THIS THESE GOONS WILL STOP THE NAZI TACTICS !! PEOPLE GROW A SET OF BALLS AND PAY THE LITTLE PRICE TO STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS PLEASE !!!!!!!

  • Eddie Zamora

    Cops been stealing cash forever in fact they can take any assets property and all if they suspect it to be from drug money

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    More THUGS, with badges, heartless scum just ripping off people of their life savings !!!

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  • Courtney Solano

    There IS NO war on drugs. That’s just a lie the government tells you to keep the jails filled, courts busy, probation and parole departments employed, as well as other departments (including the dea) funded via state and federal tax dollars.

    If the government really wanted to stop drugs, think they couldn’t with all the technology , police dogs and community watch programs at their disposal? They most certainly could but then the people in “authority” would have to find real jobs and forfeit the 200 paid holidays a year and nice retirement benefits derived from drug distribution.

    My thought on the matter is as long as someone isnt breaking other laws if they want to screw up their life with drugs, go for it. Stiffer penalties for theft, rape, murder etc may deter people from making bad decisions however the government shouldnt try to regulate what people choose to put in their own bodies.

    The purpose of the government is to redistribute tax dollars and enforce laws. Laws that protect people and their property from other citizens. It is not the governments place to protect us from ourselves…thats what a babysitter does. We are no longer free, we are sheep that allow more and more government control in our personal lives in the name of “safety” and “security”

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