Question for anti gun protesters: When the government death squads come for your loved ones, how will you stop them? +Enough Is Enough:

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By Gina Kynast

(Natural News) This article is part of a series of short, philosophical observations about the recent anti-gun hysteria and media PSYOP that exploits children to demand their own enslavement under authoritarianism.

See also: Someone remind the anti-gun mob: The Founding Fathers created the Second Amendment to protect us from mindless mobs JUST LIKE YOU

Question: When the government death squads come for your loved ones, how will you stop them?

Anti-gun protesters are, almost without exception, utterly illiterate on the topic of history. If they studied any history at all, they would know that authoritarian regimes seeking to concentrate power always seek to disarm the citizenry first.

Once that’s accomplished, government death squads can easily accomplish their task of eliminating all political opponents of the regime in power. Government “death squads” have, throughout history, routinely hunted down and murdered not just individuals but often entire families where even one person opposed the government leader. Given the number of insane left-wing people currently calling for the murder of President Trump and anyone associated with him, it’s not at all difficult to imagine America’s left-wing anti-gun lunatics condoning and even publicly supporting such death squads right here in America. (See UC Berkeley students openly call for the violent murder of conservatives.)

Following the death squad “cleansing” of the country, the regime rapidly becomes corrupt and more dangerous to the liberty and safety of all the people. After all, when there’s no balance of power with the citizens being armed, there is no accountability on the part of the government in charge (which has monopolized control of the guns and therefore need not answer to anyone at all).

Gun control, it turns out, simply means the corrupt regime controls the guns. Any call for gun control is a call to concentrate absolute power in the hands of the most corrupt, power-hungry people in every society: Those who seek to rise to the highest levels of government and rule over everyone else.

By definition, government is the most dangerous entity when power is concentrated in its hands. That’s precisely why gun control is so dangerous and so often leads to genocide. It’s also why governments have murdered 262 million people in the 20th century alone, dwarfing all other causes of death, including disease.

Also keep in mind that Adolf Hitler’s rise to power is now being followed almost exactly by the fascist student anti-gun protesters led by coached propagandist David Hogg. Here’s a photo of Nazis sporting their “peace” armbands:

Read more about David Hogg as a “Hitler Youth” fascist front man at this story link.

Numerous examples evident right now, all across the world

What I’m talking about here isn’t merely history, either: The dictator of Communist China recently declared himself “Emperor” for life by eliminating all terms limits for his own political position. Notably, the Chinese regime used aggressive internet censorship of debate — exactly what YouTube, Facebook and Google are doing now — in order to stifle opposition and enforce public acceptance across social media. (Yes, YouTube censorship is following in the footsteps of communist China, and Google is right now trying to steal the mid-term elections by silencing all conservative voices. It’s fraud and “election interference” on a massive scale…)

In terms of pure evil carried out via government gun control, the leader of North Korea routinely executes his political enemies. There is no Second Amendment in North Korea, or the citizens would have overthrown that tyrannical regime long ago. It is the lack of a Second Amendment in North Korea that leads to generations of oppression, suffering and murder.

Looking at South America, the leader of Venezuela selectively arms his political allies, ordering them to shoot political opponents to eliminate them from society. This same history has played out over and over again, from Nazi Germany to Castro’s Cuba and Russia’s Joseph Stalin.

The Second Amendment keeps the government death squads at bay… by design

For those ignorant people who claim, “That could never happen in America,” you’re right! … As long as we have a Second Amendment and tens of millions of armed citizens, anyway.

That’s precisely what keeps government in check, and that’s the whole point of the Second Amendment from the very start. Without it, we would all be enslaved by a tyrannical regime.

Keep all that in mind when you see ignorant, illiterate students marching in Washington to demand they all become slaves under an anti-gun authoritarian regime. And ask yourself: Why does YouTube censor the entire Health Ranger channel while featuring the “Hitler Youth” rantings of the student anti-gun front-man David Hogg?

The answer is because YouTube is trying to turn America into a communist regime, where government death squads will sooner or later seek out and murder those who oppose the fascists in power. If you don’t understand this, you simply don’t understand history at all.

Yes, the students are literally marching in favor of government genocide and mass murder. They just won’t realize it until the regime’s death squads come for them.

Read more at SecondAmendment.news.


 Enough Is Enough: If You Really Want to Save Lives,

Take Aim at Government Violence

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By John W. Whitehead
March 26, 2018

Enough is enough.

That was the refrain chanted over and over by the thousands of demonstrators who gathered to protest gun violence in America.

On March 24, 2018, more than 200,000 young people took the time to march on Washington DC and other cities across the country to demand that their concerns about gun violence be heard.

More power to them.

I’m all for activism, especially if it motivates people who have been sitting silently on the sidelines for too long to get up and try to reclaim control over a runaway government.

Curiously, however, although these young activists were vocal in calling for gun control legislation that requires stricter background checks and limits the kinds of weapons being bought and sold by members of the public, they were remarkably silent about the gun violence perpetrated by their own government.

Why is no one taking aim at the U.S. government as the greatest purveyor of violence in American society and around the world?

As journalist Celisa Calacal recognizes, “It is often the case that police shootings, incidents where law enforcement officers pull the trigger on civilians, are left out of the conversation on gun violence. But a police officer shooting a civilian counts as gun violence. Every time an officer uses a gun against an innocent or an unarmed person contributes to the culture of gun violence in this country.”

Enough is enough.

The systemic violence being perpetrated by agents of the government has done more collective harm to the American people and our liberties than any single act of terror or mass shooting.

Violence has become our government’s calling card, from the more than 80,000 SWAT team raids carried out every year on unsuspecting Americans to the military’s endless wars abroad.

Indeed, the day before thousands of demonstrators descended on Washington DC to protest mass shootings such as the one that took place at Stoneman Douglas High School, President Trump signed into law a colossal $1.3 trillion spending bill that gives the military the biggest boost in spending in more than a decade.

With more than $700 billion earmarked for the military, including $144.3 billion for new military equipment, you can be sure this financial windfall for America’s military empire will be used to expand the police state here at home.

This will put more militarized guns and weapons in the hands of local police and government bureaucrats who have been trained to shoot first and ask questions later.

Enough is enough.

Remember, it was just a few months ago that President Trump, aided and abetted by his trusty Department of Justice henchman Jeff Sessions, rolled back restrictions on the government’s military recycling program to the delight of the nation’s powerful police unions.

Under the auspices of this military “recycling” program, which was instituted decades ago, more than $4.2 billion worth of equipment has been transferred from the Defense Department to domestic police agencies.

There are now reportedly more bureaucratic (non-military) government civilians armed with high-tech, deadly weapons than U.S. Marines.

In the hands of government agents, whether they are members of the military, law enforcement or some other government agency, these weapons have become routine parts of America’s day-to-day life. As investigative journalists Andrew Becker and G.W. Schulz reveal, “Many police, including beat cops, now routinely carry assault rifles. Combined with body armor and other apparel, many officers look more and more like combat troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

Thanks to Trump, this transformation of America into a battlefield is only going to get worse.

Get ready for more militarized police.

More police shootings. More SWAT team raids.

More violence in a culture already drenched with violence.

Enough is enough.

You want to talk about gun violence?

According to the Washington Post, “1 in 13 people killed by guns are killed by police.”

Growing numbers of unarmed people are being shot and killed by police for just standing a certain way, or moving a certain way, or holding something—anything—that police could misinterpret to be a gun, or igniting some trigger-centric fear in a police officer’s mind that has nothing to do with an actual threat to their safety.

Enough is enough.

With alarming regularity, unarmed men, women, children and even pets are being gunned down by twitchy, hyper-sensitive, easily-spooked police officers who shoot first and ask questions later.

Americans are being shot and killed by police…

For standing in a “shooting stance.”

For holding a cell phone.

For carrying a baseball bat.

For opening the front door.

For running towards police with a metal spoon.

For running while holding a tree branch.

For crawling around naked.

For wearing dark pants and a basketball jersey.

For driving while deaf.

For being homeless.

For brandishing a shoehorn.

For having your car break down on the road.

For holding a garden hose.

For calling 911.

For looking for a parking spot.

This is what passes for policing in America today, folks, and it’s only getting worse.

That police chose to fatally resolve these encounters by using their guns on fellow citizens speaks volumes about what is wrong with policing in America today, where police officers are being dressed in the trappings of war, drilled in the deadly art of combat, and trained to look upon “every individual they interact with as an armed threat and every situation as a deadly force encounter in the making.”

Enough is enough.

You want to save lives?

Start by doing something to save the lives of your fellow citizens who are being gunned down every day by police who are trained to shoot first and ask questions later.

You want to cry about the lives lost during mass shootings?

Cry about the lives lost as a result of the violence being perpetrated by the U.S. government here at home and abroad.

If gun control activists really want the country to reconsider its relationship with guns and violence, then it needs to start with a serious discussion about the role our government has played and continues to play in contributing to the culture of violence.

If the American people are being called on to scale back on their weapons, then as I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, the government and its cohorts—the police, the various government agencies that are now armed to the hilt, the military, the defense contractors, etc.—need to do the same.

It’s time to put an end to the government’s reign of terror.

Enough is enough.

ABOUT JOHN W. WHITEHEAD

Constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead is founder and president of The Rutherford Institute. His new book Battlefield America: The War on the American People (SelectBooks, 2015) is available online at http://www.amazon.com. Whitehead can be contacted at johnw@rutherford.org.

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