The antigun left’s mantra in self defense shootings is always one of a few responses, including:

  • Take Your Beating Like a Man
  • Just Give Them What They Want

Just give them what they want. The left claims that all you have to do is give them what they ask for, after all, they are probably just trying to feed their family. A few dollars isn’t worth killing over. Just comply. This clerk did, and he was executed for it. Even though it’s difficult to see, you should click on over and watch the video (sorry, can’t embed it).

This begs the question: What if what the criminal wants is your life? How do you know the difference? He is demonstrating the ability, the willingness, the means to kill you, over a few dollars. Remember.

Categories: Self Defense


Barefoot Peckerwood · February 13, 2023 at 9:18 am

Someone who decided to not just hand shit over.

Steve S6 · February 13, 2023 at 10:35 am

The fallacy of that thinking was well documented and researched by (the late) Dr. William Aprill. He called them Violent Criminal Actors (VCA) and pointed out what should be obvious but isn’t to many, that they don’t think like us.

WDS · February 13, 2023 at 10:47 am

Reminds me of Lori Lightfoot’s recent comment of “If you don’t want to get robbed, stop carrying cash.”

Why is capitulation or surrender always the answer for them?

Aesop · February 13, 2023 at 11:18 am

Anybody who offers deadly force has anted his own life into the wager.
What they want isn’t the same thing as what they deserve.
“Don’t get killed over a few bucks.”
Robbers should take their own advice. They deserve to be killed on the spot, or any time afterwards.
Every time any armed robber is killed, it’s literally a “public service homicide”, and should be rewarded by the civil powers that be as nothing less than that. Including a medal, citation, cash bounty payment, and a fresh box of cartridges.

Homicide:n. There are four types of homicide: felonious, accidental, justifiable, and praiseworthy.” – Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary

    Michael · February 13, 2023 at 2:23 pm

    I tend to agree Aesop but the current set of protected classes 2 + tier “Justice” makes snuffing a feral an exercise in Lawfare, Bankruptcy and ongoing court cases for “Civil Rights” Violations.

    Ask Rittenhouse for details.

    Gotta work with the working laws in your area.

    In my neighborhood a few years ago a neighbor smurfed a known abusive soul. After every one of us showed up in court as neighbors and interested persons that case was dropped.

    The family of the abusive soul left the state rather quickly after that. Neighbors here are protective.

    Not so much I understand in liberal Vermont and the Masshole state.

      Divemedic · February 13, 2023 at 6:19 pm

      What’s messed up about the Rittenhouse case is that the critters he shot aren’t in the protected class.

        Michael · February 13, 2023 at 6:29 pm

        Divemedic I think that the street army of the Socialist Democrats is also a protected group.

      Aesop · February 14, 2023 at 7:13 am


      St. Morbark is your friend.

        Michael · February 15, 2023 at 7:16 am

        Hunting over bait handles my predator issues.

        And I agree Aesop SSS is as critical as catching your brass for reloading.

        How does the internet fit into SSS?

        Rittenhouse was an interesting lesson if you listen to it about how even your social history will be brought into the “Court of Mis-Justice”.

          Divemedic · February 15, 2023 at 7:36 am

          “4 doors More Whores” was one part of the trial that made me laugh.

Anodizer · February 13, 2023 at 3:03 pm

I’ll have to pass on turning the other cheek.
Evildoers get the hot lead rain that they so richly deserve.
If they survive or perish is not my problem.

Jonesy · February 15, 2023 at 3:56 pm

Complying with a criminal for me will be a completely tactical decision. A split second decision on whether to comply, fight back, or delay to create an opening to fight back. Obviously if I’m outgunned or out drawn, those are considerations to plug into the overall equation. Situational awareness is key to avoiding having to make the decision in the first place

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