Posts Tagged ‘Pro-Gun Rights’

A History of Gun Control

January 14, 2013

Stick with it and you’ll come to the “Can’t happen here” part:

Innocents Betrayed – Genocide By Gun Control – True History of Gun Confiscation.



Colorado theater called ‘gun-free’ zone

July 22, 2012
English: Samson Destroys the Philistines with ...

English: Samson Destroys the Philistines with an Ass’ Jawbone (Jud. 14:1-17) Русский: Самсон убивает тысячу филимистян ослинной челюстью (Суд. 14:1-17) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The shooter got in through an emergency exit door. So much for gun-free zones. How’s that workin’ out for you?

One guy with a gun could have stopped him. Feinstein retorted on one news show: “And maybe you could have had a fire fight and killed many more people.”

Oh yeah, right.

There are witnesses that say apparently someone else apparently opened it from inside and left it cracked open, where the shooter entered.

Of course the Yellow Press Corps quotes the control freak spokesfolks more than the ones that support self-defense, but the fact is this cinema chain has a very strict no-guns policy.

Can you confiscate every gun in the entire world? Then your dictators would be the only ones with them, and it would create a homemade-arms industry overnight and the next thing would make the current drug wars look like a shuffleboard competition.

What would Jesus do?

Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take [it], and likewise [his] scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.

But Peter told him they already had two among them. So yes, they carried protection.

You think it’s different today because there’s guns?

Nyet. When the Philistines had the Hebrews under their thumbs, they had prohibited all weapons to them. Samson was the answer to that.

The only reason gun control is a political issue is to protect the gang that owns the institutions that would carry them. That’s why we nned a regular militia that’s totally independent from government.

If early American colonial laws required arms in every home, they were still independent.