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Death by "Gun Control": The Human Cost of Victim Disarmament Paperback – January 1, 2001
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The 2nd amendment is as important if not more than all of the other unalienable rights in our Bill of Rights. Read them and while you are reading look at the use of the word “people.” The 2nd amendment specifically states, ..."the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." Some may argue about the definition of "people", but then by the same standard you would have to rethink what "people" refers to in the 1st amendment when providing the right to assemble, or the 4th amendment when it secures for the "people" the right to unreasonable search and seizure. Once you eliminate the 2nd amendment getting rid of the rest is only a matter of time. That is the progressive agenda. Big centralized government that makes decisions for you from cradle to grave. Don’t think it could happen here, that is what the Germans were thinking right around the 1920’s, when they started instituting gun control under a freely elected center right government, then Hitler came along. The book describes the chronological events that led to genocide in Germany, Russia, China, Nanking (under Japanese occupation), Guatemala, Cambodia, Rwanda, Turkey, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. These are just some examples of gun control that started 20 to 30 years prior to the genocides in these countries, and that is just the 20th century. Every succeeding executive branch seems to gather and consume more power at the expense of the "people." The larger our centralized government continues to become and the more controls it places on the "people" the more likely an incoming tyrant comes into the executive branch and shreds our Constitution along with our precious Bill of Rights. At that point any right you have is at the pleasure of the government, life and liberty be damned.
The gun control genocide chart(plus the type of victims and numbers).
The effects and mentality of gun control laws.
How gun bans led to mega-murder in Cambodia,China,Guatemala,Rwanda,Ottoman Turkey,Nazi Germany and the USSR.Plus invasions and confiscations in Zimbabwe and Great Britain.
We even learn this is not limited to other countries.African and Native Americans had almost been massively killed.Not to mention internment of Japanese Americans during WWII. Ironically,Japan is also mentioned of having a near firearm/sword ban.
After WWII,Senator Dodd copied a dangerous law from Nazi Germany...
Even religion has some basis in self-defense.Judaism and Catholic/Protestant Christianity enforce such arguments.
The plan of the United Nations to disarm civilians worldwide.
Violent police state tactics in Japan and America that condition us to be helpless.
And much more....
The Founding Fathers had it correct, but we have let the wrong people take control of the government and sway many laws away from being neutral guidelines, to behavior modification and oppression tools.