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Second Amendment: It’s Not About Hunting, It’s About Tyranny
Posted By admin On July 26, 2012 @ 12:58 pm In Featured Stories | Comments Disabled
July 26, 2012
Now that Obama has tested the water on government gun control with a speech delivered before the National Urban League, we can expect the divisive issue to play a role in his re-election campaign.
Obama and his globalist handlers – who ultimately want every gun confiscated – understand that the American people by and large support the Second Amendment. This is why the president patronized hunters and shooters with an oily sleight of hand.
“I also believe that a lot of gun owners would agree that AK-47s belong in the hands of soldiers, not in the hands of criminals,” Obama said. “That they belong on the battlefield of war, not on the streets of our cities.”
In fact, according to the founders, guns – including AK47s in the modern context – belong in the hands of the citizens and their state militias, as plainly and eloquently spelled out in the Second Amendment. Thomas Jefferson and the founders did not craft the Second Amendment to protect the right of hunters and target shooters. It was included – right after the First Amendment guareenting political speech – to ensure the right of citizens to violently oppose a tyrannical federal government if need be.
AK47s and other “assault” weapons are the sort of tools that will be used if push comes to shove and the people must violently oppose the government.
Obama supporters and other lovers of the state recoil at the prospect of armed resistance to a tyrannical centralized federal government and refuse to accept that this is what the Second Amendment is all about. “The rights of conscience, of bearing arms, of changing the government, are declared to be inherent in the people,” wrote Fisher Ames , a member of the Massachusetts convention that ratified the Constitution in 1788. This concept is antithetical to the modern liberal who believes government to be a force of good.
“The Second Amendment was to protect the ability of the people to violently overthrow the government,” writes Richard Schrade , an attorney from Georgia and member of the Libertarian National Committee. “Let’s remember that this country was formed in a violent revolution. Let’s remember that at Lexington and Concord citizen fired on and killed government soldiers sent by the central government to confiscate their weapons and arms…. When viewed in this light, it is apparent that a limitation on automatic weapons would be an infringement on the purposes of the Second Amendment.”
If Obama supporters, Democrats, “progressives” and others demanding the government take our firearms in a misplaced effort to stop maniacs from killing people were honest, they would work to repeal the Second Amendment instead of chipping away at it piecemeal. “If we are going to have gun control then let’s not dicker around the fringes. Let those who would limit the law-abiding citizen’s access to arms first repeal the Second Amendment. That would be the intellectually honest way to address the issue,” writes Schrade.
Such a debate is only possible today because formerly free men no longer have a grasp of history and have been brainwashed by decades of government mandated public education and propaganda. Early on in America, both the Federalists and the anti-Federalists agreed that arms and liberty are inextricably linked. George Mason and others knew reflexively that the most effective way to enslave a people is to disarm them. Mason, in particular, argued that divine providence had given every individual the right of self-defense – including the right to defend against a tyrannical government. Today, we have forgotten all of this.
Obama can easily get away with making an outrageous speech about hunting and target shooting and almost completely ignore criticism and not be called to task. We are told that he is a constitutional scholar. How could a constitutional scholar be completely ignorant of the Second Amendment’s true purpose and the admonitions of the founders? What constitutional scholar would be ignorant of Jefferson’s famous assertion , made in a letter to William Smith in 1787, that the “tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants”?
Obama is not a constitutional scholar. It is a phony title like just about everything else about the man. He is a teleprompter reader for a shadow global elite determined to debar access to weapons and take away those already in our possession. Not because of maniacs in theaters or classrooms, but in order to render us helpless against the violence of the state.
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URLs in this post:
 Fisher Ames: http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Second_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution#Others
 Richard Schrade: http://www.unitedliberty.org/articles/10630-lets-be-honest-about-guns
 Jefferson’s famous assertion: http://www.theatlantic.com/past/docs/issues/96oct/obrien/blood.htm
 Obama Claims Second Amendment About “Hunting” In Gun Control Stunt: http://www.prisonplanet.com/obama-claims-second-amendment-about-hunting-in-gun-control-stunt.html
 IRS intimidation scandal proves Second Amendment needed to stop government tyranny: http://www.prisonplanet.com/gun-control-advocates-now-admit-irs-intimidation-scandal-proves-second-amendment-needed-to-stop-government-tyranny.html
 Obama “Czar” Sunstein Talks About the Second Amendment: http://www.prisonplanet.com/obama-%e2%80%9cczar%e2%80%9d-sunstein-talks-about-the-second-amendment.html
 Democrats Push for Constitutional Amendment to Roll Back First Amendment: http://www.prisonplanet.com/democrats-push-for-constitutional-amendment-to-roll-back-first-amendment.html
 Former Obama Information Czar Calls Second Amendment Rights “Crazy”: http://www.prisonplanet.com/former-obama-information-czar-calls-second-amendment-rights-crazy.html
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