“Common sense” gun control: Be ready to defend the kids in kind against killers and government abuse

Well, the media mouthpieces for more government control over the minds of future voters and serfs for the fiefdoms of statist rulers, they have come out again using the shoot-em-up in Nashville to preempt the obvious fact getting highlighted by some again that the shooting is a good reason to home-school.

The New Yorker points at statistics that seem to indicate children are more at risk from so-called “gun violence” at home than in schools. No wonder President Harry Truman called such numbers, “lies, damned lies, and statistics”. The truth is, historically, government policies and actions have killed many more people, including children. Speaking of which, how many children were killed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by Truman’s own orders to drop the atomic bomb on them?

Secretary of State in Bill Clinton’s cabinet said in an interview that the 150,000 children who had dies in Iraq as a direct result of the Clinton-regime’s actions against the Iraq government “was worth it”. How many children died in Stalin’s Holodomor genocide against Ukrainians?

What about the US government? Does anybody dare say that the citizens in the city-state democracies in ancient Greece were safe from tyranny committed by their own future rulers? Or the era of republics in Rome were safe from their own senators or generals?

Can’t happen here? What about the American Indian children in the town massacred by General Custer and his troops, resulting in the massacre of Custer and his troops afterward? What about the Japanese children held in a war camp by the FDR regime so revered today by defenders of the current regime that wants to ban guns outright, but must do it by steps and by lies, damned lies, and statistics.

For example, I would take a real bet right now, that in a truly double-blind study, you would find that all, or at least almost all, shootings of children in their home would be in households that do NOT home-school.

Liars. Be very skeptical of regime organs that advocate more power for the rulers that obviously don’t care for children in Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, and of course the children in schools that do not have armed protection like there was in the school in Washington, D. C. where Obama had his children, when he said he was glad they did have five armed security guards.

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