October 13th 2015

Gun Control:
Ben Carson vs. Liberal Illusions


The contentious subject of the holocaust Jews, and whether they could have usefully been better armed continues, with many nay sayers. Ben Carson recently made a statement about that and almost immediately got shot down, mostly by anti-gun people who decided not to interpret his words accurately.

By David C. Stolinsky | October 12th, 2015

Some people live in reality, unpleasant though it sometimes can be. But other people live in a fantasy world, shaped by illusions that are unrealistic and potentially dangerous. As an example of people living in reality, take presidential hopeful Dr. Ben Carson. Carson, as usual speaking slowly and thoughtfully, stated on CNN:

I think the likelihood of Hitler being able to accomplish his goals would have been greatly diminished if the people had been armed ... I'm telling you there is a reason these dictatorial people take guns first.

Democrats rushed to condemn Carson, as did the Anti-Defamation League. It is a liberal organization that advocates for Jews as a sideline -- not the reverse, as it was designed to be. The ADL declared:

Ben Carson has a right to his views on gun control, but the notion that Hitler's gun-control policy contributed to the Holocaust is historically inaccurate. The small number of personal firearms available to Germany's Jews in 1938 could in no way have stopped the totalitarian power of the Nazi German state.

But Carson did not say that if the small number of personal firearms had not been confiscated, the Jews could have resisted effectively. He said that if the Jews had been armed, they could have resisted more effectively. Only those totally disconnected from reality could deny this...... -->

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