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Oct 10 2015

A Gun-Free America in Five Steps

Democrats have made it obvious that the moment they have sufficient political leverage they will repeal the Second Amendment and attempt to disarm all American citizens. Here’s what that entails:

The percentage of Americans who go down in a hail of bullets rather than surrender our last defense against absolute tyranny will determine whether we still deserve to call ourselves Americans. Despite the current disgusting state of our government, media, and mainstream culture, it is possible that we do.

On a tip from Torcer.



  • Daniel

    At first when I heard “gun buy-back” I was thinking “yeah… the collective American tax payer will give up his guns to have a portion of his own money back.” That’s pretty dump and definitely not accurate.

    The way things are today, our tax dollars are paying off interest on the national debt… if that. So what they would REALLY be offering in exchange for our guns would be GOING FURTHER INTO DEBT.

  • Daniel

    At first when I heard “gun buy-back” I was thinking “yeah… the collective American tax payer will give up his guns to have a portion of his own money back.” That’s pretty dump and definitely not accurate.

    The way things are today, our tax dollars are paying off interest on the national debt… if that. So what they would REALLY be offering in exchange for our guns would be GOING FURTHER INTO DEBT.

  • stephana

    If a small percentage of gun owners decided to take out the government it would be the largest standing army ever assembled by man. I like our chances, Joe Sixpack is starting to awaken and he doesn’t like what he sees. The libidiots call it flyover country, we call it AMERICA.

  • stephana

    If a small percentage of gun owners decided to take out the government it would be the largest standing army ever assembled by man. I like our chances, Joe Sixpack is starting to awaken and he doesn’t like what he sees. The libidiots call it flyover country, we call it AMERICA.

  • jarhead

    I am one former Marine who will NEVER turn in my arms I will die in a pile of Brass when they come to get them! semper fi America!

  • jarhead

    I am one former Marine who will NEVER turn in my arms I will die in a pile of Brass when they come to get them! semper fi America!

  • How can the gov’t ‘buy back’ guns that were never purchased from them in the first place?

  • How can the gov’t ‘buy back’ guns that were never purchased from them in the first place?

  • Henry

    If 3 out of 100 gun owners in America resist confiscation, and if each of those 3% defend themselves and their inherent right to bare arms by killing two agents of tyranny trying to enforce the confiscation, in short order, there will be no more confiscations.

    I’m willing to defend myself and my inherent right to bare arms from agents of tyranny… are you?

  • Henry

    If 3 out of 100 gun owners in America resist confiscation, and if each of those 3% defend themselves and their inherent right to bare arms by killing two agents of tyranny trying to enforce the confiscation, in short order, there will be no more confiscations.

    I’m willing to defend myself and my inherent right to bare arms from agents of tyranny… are you?

  • Mr Didnu Nuffn

    Absolutely!

  • Mr Didnuffin

    Absolutely!

  • 762×51

    If not then, when, would be the question.

    If people don’t intend to stop this rogue, enemy government then the Second serves no purpose.

  • 762×51

    If not then, when, would be the question.

    If people don’t intend to stop this rogue, enemy government then the Second serves no purpose.

  • 762×51

    Ohh, I wouldn’t say EASY quite so fast.

    Unfortunately, there are many gun owners, fewer gun shooters and even fewer gun fighters in America. The government does not have worry about all gun owners and only a fraction of gun shooters. But those of us who are gunfighters, that is a different story. Tens of thousands of heavily armed combat veterans, whose active duty brethren will not fire upon, could be a problem . . .just sayin.

  • 762×51

    Ohh, I wouldn’t say EASY quite so fast.

    Unfortunately, there are many gun owners, fewer gun shooters and even fewer gun fighters in America. The government does not have worry about all gun owners and only a fraction of gun shooters. But those of us who are gunfighters, that is a different story. Tens of thousands of heavily armed combat veterans, whose active duty brethren will not fire upon, could be a problem . . .just sayin.

  • 762×51

    One mind, one weapon. Let them try and take that.

  • 762×51

    One mind, one weapon. Let them try and take that.

  • 762×51

    IF? It is only a matter of when, now, this is really going to happen. What has always seemed impossible has now been made possible, probable and now inevitable by progressive totalitarianism.

    All I can tell the tards is, I don’t have the facilities to hold captives, therefore, I take no prisoners. Exterminating them is going to be a public service.

  • 762×51

    IF? It is only a matter of when, now, this is really going to happen. What has always seemed impossible has now been made possible, probable and now inevitable by progressive totalitarianism.

    All I can tell the tards is, I don’t have the facilities to hold captives, therefore, I take no prisoners. Exterminating them is going to be a public service.

  • Cameraman

    Many more just as you, they will not Win,we will have the REAL law on our Side, the Constitution..3% will be Enough..Semper Fi Bro

  • Cameraman

    Many more just as you, they will not Win,we will have the REAL law on our Side, the Constitution..3% will be Enough..Semper Fi Bro

  • Bill T
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  • TruthSerum

    While Obama seeks gun control laws he’s already banned pork products in ALL USA prisons. Supposedly prisoners “don’t like the taste of pork”. Really? You expect us to believe prisoners don’t like bacon and pulled pork, etc.?

    No this is clearly the forced Islamization of US prisons by the Muslim in Chief.

    Washington Post tries to make the move a plus:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/federal-eye/wp/2015/10/09/finally-the-government-has-decided-to-eliminate-pork-from-the-menu-in-federal-prisons/

    Meanwhile terror-linked CAIR does its usual “Islamphobia” spin job by jumping on what is a gross deprivation of food choices to the majority of non-Muslim prisoners in order to cater to Muslims. Yet, Muslims are still the victims.

    “The Council on American-Islamic relations said “we welcome” the move by the government to deny pork to prisoners, but warned that it might spark “Islamophobia.”

    Amazing this story hasn’t gotten more publicity.

  • TruthSerum

    While Obama seeks gun control laws he’s already banned pork products in ALL USA prisons. Supposedly prisoners “don’t like the taste of pork”. Really? You expect us to believe prisoners don’t like bacon and pulled pork, etc.?

    No this is clearly the forced Islamization of US prisons by the Muslim in Chief.

    Washington Post tries to make the move a plus:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/federal-eye/wp/2015/10/09/finally-the-government-has-decided-to-eliminate-pork-from-the-menu-in-federal-prisons/

    Meanwhile terror-linked CAIR does its usual “Islamphobia” spin job by jumping on what is a gross deprivation of food choices to the majority of non-Muslim prisoners in order to cater to Muslims. Yet, Muslims are still the victims.

    “The Council on American-Islamic relations said “we welcome” the move by the government to deny pork to prisoners, but warned that it might spark “Islamophobia.”

    Amazing this story hasn’t gotten more publicity.

  • Mannie

    They may succeed in repealing the 2nd Amendment. Then we will start killing Democrats on the street. There will be rivers of blood; cleansing blood.

    We may soon get to see whether the Constitution is worth anything at all. We may get to see how many cops are Traitors deserving nothing more than a bullet in the spine or the end of a rope. Conversely, we may learn with pride how many Patriot Cops we have, who will refuse to execute illegal laws, and possibly kill the superiors demanding that. We may get to see whether Americans are willing to kill and to die for our Constitution, or whether they will go quietly into slavery like sheep, unworthy of the Liberties their elders and betters died to give them.

    The very existence of the United States as a Constitutional Republic is at stake, and may be decided in the next dozen years. These are perilous times.

  • Mannie

    They may succeed in repealing the 2nd Amendment. Then we will start killing Democrats on the street. There will be rivers of blood; cleansing blood.

    We may soon get to see whether the Constitution is worth anything at all. We may get to see how many cops are Traitors deserving nothing more than a bullet in the spine or the end of a rope. Conversely, we may learn with pride how many Patriot Cops we have, who will refuse to execute illegal laws, and possibly kill the superiors demanding that. We may get to see whether Americans are willing to kill and to die for our Constitution, or whether they will go quietly into slavery like sheep, unworthy of the Liberties their elders and betters died to give them.

    The very existence of the United States as a Constitutional Republic is at stake, and may be decided in the next dozen years. These are perilous times.

  • SNuss

    Wouldn’t it be easier (and better for the Republic) to pass an amendment banning Liberalism?

  • SNuss

    Wouldn’t it be easier (and better for the Republic) to pass an amendment banning Liberalism?

  • whotothewhat

    Sure after a total gun ban you would have many dead former law abiding gun owners, but you would also have a proportional amount of dead government thug gun law ban enforcers.

    Look when someone from military or law enforcement goes on there statist anti-patriot or Oath Keepers rant about how any Patriot would not last a second standing against the government, my reply is simple. When the ramp dropped on the landing crafts on Omaha beach during WW 2 and many of those Allied soldiers only having each other to depend on were cut down by MG 42s before they even got on the beach how am I any better than them, I am not they died believing they were doing the right thing. If we give in to a tyrant here at home they died in vain pure and simple.

  • whotothewhat

    Sure after a total gun ban you would have many dead former law abiding gun owners, but you would also have a proportional amount of dead government thug gun law ban enforcers.

    Look when someone from military or law enforcement goes on there statist anti-patriot or Oath Keepers rant about how any Patriot would not last a second standing against the government, my reply is simple. When the ramp dropped on the landing crafts on Omaha beach during WW 2 and many of those Allied soldiers only having each other to depend on were cut down by MG 42s before they even got on the beach how am I any better than them, I am not they died believing they were doing the right thing. If we give in to a tyrant here at home they died in vain pure and simple.

  • ZZMike

    One argument against more gun control is that the People need arms to protect themselves against the government. That doesn’t work – the government (local, state, Federal – and especially all those government agencies like Homeland Security, EPA, &c, &c.,) have bigger arms: tanks, armored cars & trucks, sniper rifles, million of rounds of ammo. Then there’s all sorts of tactical training.

    What we really need guns for is to defend ourselves against the Bad Guys – and the psychos (who shouldn’t have them to begin with) who just want to shoot people; and the rural population who can live off the land, or enjoy an occasional deer steak.

    More basic than that is that the Founders saw that an armed populace is a better thing than an unarmed one.

  • ZZMike

    One argument against more gun control is that the People need arms to protect themselves against the government. That doesn’t work – the government (local, state, Federal – and especially all those government agencies like Homeland Security, EPA, &c, &c.,) have bigger arms: tanks, armored cars & trucks, sniper rifles, million of rounds of ammo. Then there’s all sorts of tactical training.

    What we really need guns for is to defend ourselves against the Bad Guys – and the psychos (who shouldn’t have them to begin with) who just want to shoot people; and the rural population who can live off the land, or enjoy an occasional deer steak.

    More basic than that is that the Founders saw that an armed populace is a better thing than an unarmed one.

  • ZZMike

    CAIR should encourage their people to avoid prison, by not committing crimes.

  • ZZMike

    CAIR should encourage their people to avoid prison, by not committing crimes.

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