Well-Armed Activists Openly Defy Texas Law to Feed the Homeless – Hundreds Clothed and Fed

If you believe in Freedom many laws simply make no sense.  Like telling people they don’t have the right to have the weapons needed to defend themselves or that you cannot feed the homeless or give them warm clothing so we don’t have a bunch of people dying from exposure.

One week after DontComply.com staged one of it’s biggest headline grabbing events, a mock shooting in a gun free zone, the group hosted its annual Feed the Need event in Dallas. The group fed and provided warm clothes to hundreds of homeless people in defiance of a city ordinance which requires a permit and fee to feed more than 75 people.

From The Free Thought Project:  http://thefreethoughtproject.com/well-armed-activists-openly-defy-texas-law-feed-homeless-hundreds-clothed-fed/

In a time of rampant statism, feeding the homeless has become a revolutionary act.

By Matt Agorist
December 21, 2015
Dallas, TX — When feeding the homeless becomes an act of civil disobedience, Americans have been asleep for far too long.

Luckily, however, there are still good people who are willing to defy such arbitrary and ill-conceived laws and ordinances.

The folks over at the aptly named organization Don’t Comply, took to the streets just outside the Austin Street Shelter in Dallas this weekend to perform, what has now become a revolutionary act – feeding the homeless.

“We are not complying with a bad law today, “Matthew Short, PR director of Don’t Comply said. “Evidently the city of Dallas believes that it’s wrong, or bad, or unlawful for us to feed more than a certain number of people at a time. But, during Christmas, we want to show love to our community and give these people a chance to survive the winter, whether it be with blankets or coats, or just giving them a holiday party like today with all kinds of cookies, and goodies, turkey and dressing, and the whole nine yards.”

Continue reading at:  http://thefreethoughtproject.com/well-armed-activists-openly-defy-texas-law-feed-homeless-hundreds-clothed-fed/

 

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