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Early settlers of America viewed the right to bear arms as important for a number of reasons. One of which was the desire to safeguard itself from tyrannical government. The Parliament of Britain and King George III proved this point when they established an embargo of firearms, parts, and ammunition against the colonies.
Thanks to the efforts of James Madison, our Constitution was amended with what is known as the Bill of Rights. The one amendment that seems to attract the most debate today, however, is the right to bear arms. Gun control is omnipresent in today’s media and legislatures—state and federal. Sadly, it matters not whether the elected representative is a Democrat or a Republican.
Do Strict Gun Control Measures Work?
Ominously, many locations with the strictest of gun control laws suffer from the most prolific amount of death by weapons. London, England, long a bastion for complete gun control, is now suffering multiple stabbings on a seemingly daily basis. Some have called for the banning of knives to combat this ever-increasing crime.
Chicago, Illinois has continued to suffer absurdly high numbers of death due to gun violence. It seems that every year a record number of deaths occur, even with strict gun control measures in place.
Revolving Door Not Possible to Shut?
However, unbeknownst to many, prosecution of these purveyors of gun violence is hampered by a lack of legislation and the commitment to cease the revolving door policy of these felons. The State’s Attorney General Kwame Raoul—likely shared with previous Attorney’s General of Illinois—has stated, “We cannot prosecute and incarcerate our way out of gun violence.”
According to John Boch, writing for thetruthaboutguns.com, Florida has brought forth legislation that enhances sentencing for violent crimes involving guns.
“Florida’s 10-20-Life sentencing enhancement law brought the Sunshine State’s firearm violent crime rate down to historic lows. Under that statute, offenders with a gun in a violent crime get ten extra years of hard time. No probation, no parole, no plea deals. Just hard time. Discharging the gun earns them 20 years extra hard time on top of the sentence for the underlying crime. Injuring someone with gunfire buys ’em 25 years to life.”
Truth is not a defense when it comes to guns, though. Many claim that guns should be abolished, that the general public does not need to be armed. Their minds are closed to this topic and will not fathom any type of debate. Sadly, if they were to open their eyes, they might notice that a predominant amount of gun violence involves known criminals intent on doing bodily harm.
Are Gun Free Zones Safe?
With the bright idea put forth by liberal minds, the creation of “gun-free zones” made the gun-grabbers giddy with delight. No one is allowed to bring a firearm into these zones for fear of prosecution. Unfortunately, 97.8% of all mass shootings occur in these gun-free zones.
Schools are but one place where it is designated as a gun-free zone. Other locations include airports, federal buildings, as well as churches, hospitals, nursing homes, stadiums and bars, to name a few. Law-abiding citizens would not even dream of bringing a weapon into one of these zones. But for criminals bent on committing a heinous crime, this is a “target-rich” environment, and thus have no fear of anyone returning fire.
Red Flag Laws Becoming Popular
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The school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School—a gun-free zone—in Parkland, Florida in February of 2018 has led to the state government enacting a “red flag law.” Florida is now among the fifteen states which have condoned gun confiscation from the citizenry. In the first nine months after Florida enacted its red flag law over 1,000 confiscation orders were granted by judges.
What is a “red flag law?” This law will allow family, friends, employers, school administrators, etc., to petition a judge to remove all firearms owned by a person who is deemed to present a danger to himself or others.
Presumption of Innocence Is Lost
In theory, this sounds perfectly reasonable. However, when did it become okay to impede the Constitutional rights of Americans? This law seems to fly squarely in the face of the “presumption of innocence until proven guilty.”
Moreover, this has become a bipartisan issue. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, along with Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) scheduled a Senate hearing on gun confiscation orders. Graham has stated, “This [gun confiscation] is to me the area where we [Republicans and Democrats] can come together.”
President Trump has made it clear that he wants this piece of legislation to pass as soon as possible. Trump’s recent appointee as Attorney General, William Barr, during his confirmation hearing, told Senator Dianne Feinstein—another of the notorious gun-grabbers—that implementing “red flag laws” is the “single most important thing I think we can do in the gun control area.”
Never Let a Crisis Go To Waste
Saul Alinksy, author of the activist manifesto known as Rules for Radicals, is credited with the following statement:
“...in the arena of action, a threat or a crisis becomes
almost a precondition to communication...” (Rules for Radicals, p. 89)
Rahm Emanuel, former mayor of Chicago—Alinsky’s hometown—modified this quote somewhat: “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that, it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”
It has been speculated by many that there have been false flag operations to incite action towards more draconian gun control measures. Many of these “terrorist” actions have occurred at schools—elementary, high school, universities—and tug at the heartstrings of Americans because children are involved. Other actions have occurred at houses of worship.
Taking into consideration, the “terrorist” events which have occurred in America since 2000 appear to point towards a crisis in need of a solution. First, you have to ask yourself, who benefits from these actions? The most vociferous of cries has been for more gun control. Is this an indicator of things to come?
Do As I Say, Not As I Do
Diane Feinstein carries a gun for protection, but too bad about you.
In 1995, Senator Diane Feinstein proposed legislation to neuter the Second Amendment and stated she wished to confiscate all of the guns in America. Sheepishly, she also admitted that she carried a concealed handgun in order to protect herself.
She is not alone in that respect. Whether they carry a weapon themselves or surround themselves with bodyguards who are armed, the hypocrisy of the ideological left is mind-boggling. Along with Presidents, Vice-Presidents, most members of Congress, as well as Justices of the Supreme Court, have armed guards to keep them protected from the serfs they rule over.
Presidential hopeful, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), has proposed outlawing “military-style semi-automatic assault weapons” and forcing existing owners to sell their weapons to the government or face prosecution. Swalwell, in a now-infamous tweet, threatened to nuke gun owners who refused to participate.
Australia enacted a gun buy-back program in 1996. To pay for this program the citizenry was charged an added 1% to their taxes, thus they paid the government to give up their weapons. Since this program was implemented, armed robberies have increased 69%, assaults with guns has increased 28%, murders committed with guns has increased 19% and home invasions have gone up 21%.
Gun Control Leads to Democide
University of Hawaii Professor R.J. Rummel has stated that the murder of any person or people by a government, including genocide, politicide, and mass murder is called “democide.” Gun confiscation and/or restrictions are a precursor to democide.
In 1911, Turkey established gun control. From 1915-1917 one-and-a-half million Armenians were exterminated. In 1929 Soviet Russia implemented gun control, and according to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn over sixty million Russians were eliminated. In 1935 communist China established gun control and over fifty million unarmed citizens were terminated.
Could democide occur in the United States? Our military has run drills where soldiers go door-to-door to confiscate weapons. During Hurricane Katrina, National Guard soldiers went door-to-door to confiscate weapons. These “citizen solders” admitted that if needed, they would open fire on those who refused to relinquish their weapons.
Re-Education Centers a.k.a. Concentration Camps
Thirty thousand drones have been approved to patrol the skies of America. Concentration camps, exposed in Texe Marrs’ explosive exposé Gulag U.S.A.—Concentration Camps in America, have been built and FEMA is poised to control its inhabitants. These potential “re-education” centers will surely attempt to program individuals to adopt a strong anti-gun stance. Those who cannot be re-educated will have to be summarily disposed of.
If your memory will recall, numerous federal agencies, such as the Postal Service, Department of Homeland Security, HUD, IRS, to name a few, have been stockpiling weapons and ammunition for a number years. Is Big Brother preparing for a massive police state?
Criminals Gonna Be Criminals
No matter what laws are enacted to curb gun and ammunition sales, the only people who will be affected will be law-abiding citizens. Criminals, by definition, do not obey the law anyway. The only measure to help insure one’s own safety is to be an honest gun owner.
Liberals believe the statement “honest gun owner” to be an oxymoron. They don’t believe one can be found—except those bodyguards whom they employ. Conservatives who own guns are small minded and fail to see the big picture. If only they were as smart as the progressives are, they would not be blinded by the reflection off their gun sights.