Speed Limit Showcases Ineffectiveness of “Law” [VIDEO]
In 2006 a group of students at Georgia State University went on a leisurely drive – their vehicles traveling abreast at 55mph on I-85 in Atlanta. Their end-result, A Meditation On The Speed Limit Cast & Crew, showcased just how arbitrary is the “law.”
The folks depicted in this video made their point by following what is purported to be the “law,” when in reality, it’s just man-made legislation.
Clearly almost everyone on the road – prior to these college students constraining their speed via their rolling roadblock – chose to travel faster than 55mph. The ability and competency of almost all drivers to operate their vehicles in a safe manner despite the dictates put-forth by such folks makes clear that blindly following proscribed constraints isn’t always best.
Think about it – if the “law” is absolute and objective, how can it hinge on an arbitrary political boundary or on the whims of some self-proclaimed authority?
- The Myth of the “Rule of Law” by Brainpolice
- The Myth of the Rule of Law by John Hasnas