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Black Man with a Gun: Reloaded Paperback – February 7, 2014
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About the Author
Reverend Blanchard is internationally known as the Black Man With A Gun. (http://blackmanwithagun.com) He is a Christian evangelist, author, and gun rights activist with a background in counter-terrorism and police instruction. He is a former U.S. Marine, trained by Department of State and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He speaks Brazilian and Portuguese and has a working knowledge of Spanish. He served as one of the first African-American members of the Director of Central Intelligence protective staff and firearms instructors. He has traveled to more than twelve countries in protection of CIA Directors Casey, Gates, and Webster, diplomats and officials. He has served as a columnist for New Voices Newspaper of Durham, North Carolina; as a Director and Chaplain of the National Law Enforcement Group, the Law Enforcement Alliance of America. He has lobbied and testified before the United States Congress, Texas, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan, Virginia, and Maryland for an individual’s right to self-defense. With two decades of gun rights activism, Blanchard has been involved in almost every pro-rights event that involved a person of color. He has done commercials for TV against racist gun laws and has been featured in four documentaries. He produces a weekly pro-gun variety show called Black Man With A Gun Show: Heart & Soul, (http://gun-podcast.com), now in its sixth year. It has received over 70 thousand downloads in one month. He is a sought-after speaker and sage in the gun community. He is a trusted source and advocate. He has a social media network similar to Facebook called FreedomsNetwork.org and his social media also include: http://gunrightsmagazine.com; http://blanchardchapel.us; facebook.com/blackmanwithagun1; twitter.com/kennblanchard. Reverend Blanchard welcomes your questions and your comments about this book, his podcast, or other programs, and invites you to visit him at any of the social media addresses listed above.
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It's all very well for a black wo[man] in a government uniform to carry a gun while carrying-water on the elite's agenda. Remove the government uniform and the gun becomes an object of horror! How did the elites manage to sell this nonsense to a community sensitive (with more than enough justification) to racism-in-any-disguise? The explanation - entirely opaque to anyone not immersed in an unfamiliar culture - is brought to light here.
I am convinced that the era of racism is well-on-it's-way to fading into oblivion in America. The era of the KKK is behind us. Nevertheless, I am not so foolish as to imagine that the seeds will forever remain dormant in the human soul. Some sort of -ism will forever be a part of human nature to be exploited by the unscrupulous. Whom will become the next target I presume not to predict. Immigrants or muslims represent candidate targets as plausible as blacks. Nor would I confine the plausible next targets to this or any other race/religion/class.
Black-Man is an object lesson in the distinction between citizen and slave. That distinction did not end with the Emancipation Proclamation nor with the Reconstruction Amendments nor any of the Civil Rights Acts to follow. Equality before the law rests on sand unless-and-until the means to an effective claim to equality is held by men and women alike in the street and in their homes.
Kenn is a good guy and someone I respect a lot.