posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 09:06 AM
Calling someone a Nazi and being one are two different things. He claims he quit but hasn’t dropped the party line and includes the Nazis in his
splitter group. The real Nazi party morphed themselves into a mainstream party in order to get elected. How many days did it take for them to switch
back and take over the government once voted in?
I don’t believe Ready is a real Nazi threat. I think he is nothing more than a guy craving attention from any source. My best guess is he left the
Nazi movement to be the leader of his own group and I’m guessing again but he probably wants his own realty show
He must have talked to the authorities in advance about bringing his weapons to the protest. I also doubt they were loaded. Did the video show
whether his weapons were loaded? I lost interest when the interviewer starting handing out the literature that he doesn’t normally hand out. But I
doubt the police would be so calm if they knew he is facing them with a loaded weapon.
Yes, he has the right to bear arms courtesy of the 2nd amendment. He may have the right to defend himself but in no way does it give him the right to
use lethal force against the police if they are ordered to remove the protesters. Especially if the police are using rubber bullets, tear gas, water
cannons, etc. Does anyone know if the occupy group asked for his protection? Or did he just show up and declare himself the protector of the people
and their rights?
Regardless, it is simply irresponsible to bring weapons of any sort to a peaceful protest.