Innocents Betrayed

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Jews For The Preservation of Firearms Ownership, Inc.
P.O. Box 270143
Hartford, WI 53027

Phone (262) 673-9745

Toll Free: (Orders Only) (800) 869-1884
Fax (262) 673-9746


Don't Give Your Money to Anyone Who Wants You Helpless


Second-Amendment supporters:

Next time any humanitarian group asks you for a contribution, STOP. Before you give money, find out whether that group supports your right to self-defense. Many humanitarian groups favor "gun control." That is, they favor helplessness and victimhood.

You can use the sample letters below to ask any humanitarian organization whether it supports your Second-Amendment rights. If they do, you can give freely.

If they want you helpless, remember: The enemies of self-defense are the enemies of humanity. Don't help finance your own destruction.

If you're contacting an organization you've never donated to, click here.

If you're contacting an organization you've donated to in the past, click here.


LETTER #1: Use this letter if you've never donated to the charity before


Dear (name of organization or contact person goes here):

I have received your request for a donation and I'm interested in contributing to your efforts. Before I give, however, I must ask you to clarify your position on an issue of enormous importance to freedom and security.

I'd appreciate it if you would respond to this letter and describe your position on "gun control."

I have learned that many so-called humanitarian organizations oppose my right to self-defense. Clearly, any organization that doesn't want people to be able to defend themselves against criminals or dictators can't truly be humanitarian. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that the enemies of self-defense are the enemies of humanity. They want human beings left helpless in a ruthless, often brutal, world.

If your organization wants people to be helpless before criminals or criminal governments, then I can't give you money. You're working for my destruction and the destruction of freedom.

If you support the right to keep and bear arms, then I'll gladly send funds to help you in your work.

In either case, I refer you to the video documentary, "Innocents Betrayed." This 2003 film shows how, all around the world, genocide has been made possible by laws that deprived people of self-defense weapons. You can obtain a copy of the film by visiting http://www.jpfo.ib-orders.htm or by contacting JPFO, P.O. Box 270143, Hartford, WI 53027, (262) 673-9745, Toll Free: (Orders Only) (800) 869-1884, Fax (262) 673-9746.

I await your response, hoping you support freedom, as I do.

Sincerely,
(Your name here)


LETTER #2: Use this letter if you have donated to the charity in the past.


Dear (name of organization or contact person goes here):

I have donated to your organization for many years, believing you do fine humanitarian work. However, before I give again, I must ask you to clarify your position on an issue of enormous importance to freedom and security.

I'd appreciate it if you would respond to this letter and describe your position on "gun control."

I have learned that many so-called humanitarian organizations oppose my right to self-defense. Clearly, any organization that doesn't want people to be able to defend themselves against criminals or dictators can't truly be humanitarian. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that the enemies of self-defense are the enemies of humanity. They want human beings left helpless in a ruthless, often brutal, world.

If your organization wants people to be helpless before criminals or criminal governments, then I can't give you money. You're working for my destruction and the destruction of freedom.

If you support the right to keep and bear arms, then I'll gladly continue to send funds.

In either case, I refer you to the video documentary, "Innocents Betrayed." This 2003 film shows how, all around the world, genocide has been made possible by laws that deprived people of self-defense weapons. You can obtain a copy of the film by visiting http://www.jpfo.ib-orders.htm or by contacting JPFO, P.O. Box 270143, Hartford, WI 53027, (262) 673-9745, Toll Free: (Orders Only) (800) 869-1884, Fax (262) 673-9746.

I await your response, hoping you support freedom, as I do.

Sincerely,
(Your name here)



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