March 21st, 2013

Suppose you were fond of books


Neil Smith draws a cynical comparison between firearms control and the control of books. Similar parodies can be made using automobiles and even everyday objects like kitchen knives, carpenter's tools and more.

Of course the key issue is 'people control' more than the object itself, as well as that control being the vehicle for possible confiscation. The parallel drawn may initially seem ridiculous on the surface, but the 'logic' behind attempted controls is as always skewed and not intended to be rational -- it is after all just a mechanism to achieve an end through the use of corrupt power. "When anybody's rights are threatened, everybody's rights are threatened".

Read "Suppose you were fond of books".

Refer to the "Sandy Hook Index" for an archive collection of valuable material we have shown since the events at the Newtown Elementary School.
"… their real goal isn't disarming the criminals but disarming everyone they view as potential political opposition. Some segments of gun control are aimed at producing a local electoral majority, the prime example being the Colorado bills that would cause enough pro-gun people to move out of the state to ensure a long-term Democrat majority. Others are aimed at disarming the "most probably enemy" population groups, and both political parties are guilty of that to some extent, though the Democratic party does it far more."

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