Friday, March 11, 2016

"The Great Gun Control War of the 20th Century."

Part One.
Part Two.
Part Three.


keith park said...

Gun control depends on compliance: That, of course, will be problematic for the federal government.

Anonymous said...

After all these years we continue to use terminology framed by our enemies. Words like Gun Control, Gun Violence, Gun Crime all feed the lies rather than help to define their true intent and purpose. We fall into this trap at every turn. The tactic of disinformation is one not lost on our enemy as they never fail to define every opportunity with innocent sounding phraseology and the people keep falling for the lies and believe in the innocence of the claims of it being over safety.

Until we define this act of treason they call gun control for what it truly is, Citizen Disarmament, and the reasons behind it, removing the ability of the citizenry to resist and refuse compliance to their treason, the basic doctrine of the criminal acts of obtaining Power, Control and Money at any cost by the self identified ruling class elites using the lie of the greater good, will never be correctly identified or understood by the targeted population.

The simple failure to address this one tactic will be the single most effective plan used against Free Americans ..who should make sure they have enough cash to pay the ferrymen for sleeping at the wheel.

Another word we need to properly define is the word TREASON.. but that's another story altogether.

Yank III

the Plinker said...

"A vital lesson from this gun control war is that the unless action is taken in the states themselves to nullify and resist unconstitutional federal gun laws, the threat will exist perpetually."

Protection of the 2-A -- like the rest of the Bill of Rights -- resides first of all in the states. That's what the Framers intended, and why the Tenth Amendment is in there. But no set of laws, list of rights, or range of citizens' groups will deter the gun grabbers in their quest to destroy the right to keep and bear arms. We can expect ebb-and-flow, yes, but an acknowledgement by our opponents that they've lost the fight? I don't think so.