Gun Control and the Slippery Slope to Genocide
“Gun control” is one of the most cunning and dangerous oxymorons used today. Real gun control is a father teaching his child how to hold, shoot, and care for his firearms properly. The extreme left is completely unaware that their cry for gun control could lead to gun confiscation or, even more, extreme, genocide.
History shows many examples of nations that confiscated guns, leading to the extermination of millions of its citizens. This isn’t a new phenomenon or an idea that gun lovers came up with; it has happened for centuries. In the Twentieth Century alone, there were between 74.2 and 79.8 million people killed following government gun confiscation. They weren’t soldiers dying in battle. They were defenseless citizens whose governments stripped them of their guns, their rights, and ultimately their lives.
Many countries, including Ottoman Turkey, the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, China, Guatemala, Uganda, Cambodia, and Rwanda, rounded up and murdered their citizens. The governments committed genocide against their people through a three-step process. The first step was gun registration. They registered and licensed gun owners so that they would know where to find the guns for the next step. That step was a complete gun ownership ban. At this point, the only ones who could legally own a gun were the government and criminals. The last step, of course, was gun confiscation before the slaughter.
The killing began after confiscating their guns.
The United States is at war. It’s not a declared war; right now, it’s a war of words and ideas. It’s a battle for the minds of Americans, and it’s as fierce as any conflict we have ever fought in our history. We strive to get the truth out beyond the blockade of the mainstream media, who are clearly fighting against us. Political correctness is the weapon of choice for the liberal media, politicians, political pundits, and the low information voters who vote for the freebies this corrupt administration gives them. Political correctness has replaced morality. Americans once acted on what was right to do, now it’s what we have a right to do.
It isn’t politically correct to talk about guns in public. Schools are expelling children or having them arrested just for saying the word gun. The media paints gun owners as sadists and wild-eyed maniacs who are looking for someone to shoot. They are ostracized and publicly humiliated by their feeble-minded peers.
State after state is locked in a battle for our Second Amendment rights. They hastily wrote laws to make illegal confiscation of guns appear valid in some states, and in others, they wrote laws that protect the public’s right to own firearms. California has some of the most draconian gun laws in the country and even used medical records to go after guns. They use phony statistics, reports, and figures, children, reluctant police, and soldiers as backdrops in a strategy they are determined to win. People are drawing battle lines while we move closer and closer to the edge of a cliff from which there will be no return.
Gun confiscation is the end goal. An unarmed America is a defenseless America. History clearly reveals that gun registration leads to gun confiscation, which eventually leads to genocide. One may ask what about the nations who banned guns and haven’t been guilty of genocide. How successful are gun bans in countries like Australia and Great Britain?
Let’s look at some of the facts surrounding these glowing examples of gun control. Five years after enacting a gun ban in the Australian Bureau of Criminology found no link between their gun ban and the use of firearms in violent crimes. In 2006, the percentage of murders committed with firearms was 16.3%, the highest it had ever been.
Great Britain’s gun ban didn’t do any better. Their figures show that gun crime in England and Wales rose by 35% last year. In 46% of the cases, criminals used handguns, and it was the fourth successive year it has risen, with more than 2,200 gun crimes last year than the previous peak in 1993. So, we can see that these programs didn’t work.
Some people from Canada and the UK laugh and insult us silly Americans because so many of us believe that gun confiscation could lead to genocide. They say it’s been years since their government confiscated their guns, and they haven’t rounded up and exterminated anyone. Why haven’t the governments of Great Britain, Canada, and Australia committed genocide like other nations have done once taking the guns?
Simple. They are waiting for America to go down first. During each broadcast, radio commentator and author, Doug Hagmann, from the Canada Free Press says, “Without America, there is no free world.” By that, he simply means that America is the last bastion of freedom. Once we lose America, other nations will fall like dominos.
Is it possible that those pulling strings behind the curtain are holding off on Great Britain, Canada, Australia and other easier to control nations until after they get rid of America’s freedoms? Doesn’t it make sense that if the governments of these nations move before we are ripe for picking that we will know about it and fight that much harder? America is the last domino to fall. People from all over the globe are encouraging us to stand firm and not give up. They know that if we lose our freedom, and our government begins committing genocide against us, they will soon follow.
Our founding fathers knew that government was easily corrupted. They gave us the Constitution, which gave us absolutes. They added the Bill of Rights in the first ten amendments and ratified them in December of 1791. The same men that wrote the Constitution wrote the Bill of Rights. They were there in 1774 when the British passed the Coercive Acts. They fought alongside other farmers and ranchers when the British made unjust laws subjugate them and tried to confiscate their guns. They understood that an armed America is a free America. That hasn’t changed in 242 years, and we can’t let it change now.