Why An American Government Confiscation of Gun Rights, or Radical Change of Gun Laws, Will Be Enlightening
This is a concept and a sort of theory I have. I will present a few different angles that are part of the reasoning in order, but otherwise I will
try to keep this simple and not a painful wall of text.
The first thing I want to mention is that of recent ( date of this post is 1/10/13 ) there has actually been alot of 'gun control' talk, pretty much
everywhere. This is due to the Arizona Gabrielle Giffords shooting, the Aurora Colorado James Holmes shooting and the most recent Connecticut Sandy
Hook shooting with Adam Lanza involved. These events have been pivotal, without them there would never
have been legitimized the
discussion on a change
in American laws and rights concerning firearms.
There are many who are aware of the evidences that these events did not happen as the official story tells. Many conspiracy theorists and researchers
who have delved into the stories, especially those of the Aurora and Connecticut shootings, have decided there is true conspiracy going on - for
purposes of involving all people, even those who do not do that kind of research or make those kind of conclusions, I won't associate this thread with
that line of thinking entirely. Wether you believe the official stories, or a manchurian candidate conspiracy, this thread's concept is relevant.
Now, back to the original thought which is that without these shootings there would never be the kind of talk going on about radical change in our gun
laws and even our gun rights. One of the things worth considering is that
the Second Amendment
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
So basically, these talks should never even be happening. Someone who is against the legality of guns should never even be humored in America,
basically. But it's actually happening, more so though the attention and legitimate discussion is going towards the talk of radical change in laws
that center around further limiting what 'kinds' of guns are legal for the public to own, rather than a plain ban on all gun rights alltogether.
As everyone knows ( hate to repeat things said already ) the right to bear arms is not for hunting etc. It's for violent oppositon against a
government that has become corrupt and tyrannical towards it's people. American's originally gave themselves the right to firearms so that they could
form militias to fight their own government and by having firearms actually have a chance against the government and winning by force.
There is a big point to be made - That time is over. As it is now we could NEVER
violently oppose the American government and win. Firstly,
the American government is well organized and has as it's disposal specially trained hoards of armies who are willing to carry out orders unbiased to
their implications. The American government has technology that we know of which the people of America, even with gun rights, have NO access to.
They have sound cannons for instance that can put entire rioting crowds onto the ground in seconds, turn up the power and that sound cannon can simply
stop their hearts completely - and that's just the range of power their NONlethal tools yield. This is not to mention top secret technology,
technology we may or may not know of, some of which we get glimpses of here and there from whistleblowers, leaks or 'conspiracy theories'. Even if
the American people were as organized and commited as their government, it would be impossible to overthrow or oppose by force their government due to
the technological advantage it has over them.
My main point - Because of this, the era of the second amendment bearing any possibility of being used for it's original use ( successful comandeering
of government by the American people, by force ) is IMPOSSIBLE.
Most people have seen the movie The Last Samurai
, the one with Tom Cruise. In a basic sense it
touches on a huge paradigm shift in the Japanese culture. As the Western influence came to reach Japan the Emperor had to make a choice to hold on to
the old Japanese ways to the point of not modernizing - or to modernize to the point of destroying much of the old Japanese way ( my wording ). With
this came the new laws against the right to carry a sword. This marked the death of the age of the Samurai but it marked the beginning of the new era
of Japan. Since then the Japanese people have engaged in different ways, such as World War 2 when it is basically well known they had arguably the
strongest Naval fleet of all the other nations due to their intense research and modification/improvement on Western fleets etc. I mean, America had
to nuke them, twice, in order to get them to give up.
My reasoning is that when one tool is taken away those who survive do so with ingenuity by developing a new tool. Japan could never have survived the
age of firearms with mere swords. Likewise I made the point that the American people could never survive against their government with 'civilian
legal' firearms against government weapons with no limit.
So now, I want to present one more concept which will be the crux of it all.
Why a radical change in gun laws or outright ban on the 2nd amendment will lead the way.
What did the events of September 11th, 2001 lead to? It certainly lead to war. But it also lead to alot of 'hey, this official story.. kinda has a
few holes'.. Essentially, for all the effects that Sept 11 was conspired to create ( go into the Middle East without any other nation or even the
American people questioning it ) IRONICALLY, Sept 11th enlarged the acceptable number of 'conspiracy theorists' and the like who question official
stories and look into government actions more critically.
Now imagine an entire ban on guns. Imagine how many people that will be a wake up call for.
I say we play their own game, play their moves to their own disadvantage. I doubt they will openly just ban guns because that would be alot harder.
I always assumed it would be such a slow and drawn out process, one small legislation after another, that it would creep unnoticed. But with the
recent shootings and attention, I can see we have the chance. The government has perfected corruption, however, so it'd be wrong to assume 'they've
made some mistake'..
Ultimately though, I say they are intensifying the slow proccess, and it's a little sped up now in order to get the momentum to keep going. So what
makes sense is to allow them their play in order to wake up others who aren't aware. Some people will simply disbelieve the government doesn't have
their best interest in their mind until certain events glare them in the face - I say allow those events to materialize and there will be more people
on the side of the American people, less people in the brainwashed state.
edit on 1/10/2013 by indigothefish because: (no reason given)