"You are at war, and your government cannot protect you. The enemy is far too committed and nimble for any of the government's force to turn quickly enough and face any given attack until it's upon you: right there in the same room with you. You must integrate the fact that if the enemy attacks, then *you* are at the front, and you must learn to act with every possible exploitation of the Western mind, including the indispensable device of firearms for defense against the known tactics of people who you must know may try to kill you and everyone around you, at any moment. You must know this.
You are at war, and your government cannot protect you. Dismiss all piece-meal rationales of "hate": you might as well decry "dance floor violence" after Bataclan and Pulse, but you will require principles, nonetheless, when it's a train blown-up or a shopping mall full of women and children. Do not grant the authority of "the authorities" and their insistent disintegrations of reality; their prosecutors' pious proceedings, their investigations engineered for hoarding facts and designed to craft narratives, their video pageants strutting their "communities" and taking uniformed bows. Understand that you will be at the front: not them.
You are at war, and your government cannot protect you. Understand that every step that it takes toward disarming you or any of your fellows, during these distinct times in which attacks like Bataclan and Pulse are well-known and could be fiercely met in grand old American traditions of courage and decisive action, is a step relinquished to evil: it's wrong, in defiance of manifest facts, and positively dangerous to American life.
You are at war, and your government cannot protect you.
You must understand that *you* will be at the front."