A Little History on Gun Control

Gun Control

The Soviet Union established gun control in 1929.  From 1929 to 1953, a total of 20,000,000 dissidents who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.

Turkey established gun control in 1911.  From 1915 to 1917, a total of 1,500,000 Armenians who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.

Germany established gun control in 1938.  From 1939 to 1945, a total of 13,000,000 Jews and other so-called “undesirables” who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.

China established gun control in 1935.  From 1948 to 1952, a total of 20,000,000 political dissidents who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated

Guatemala established gun control in 1964.  From 1964 to 1981, a total of 100,000 Mayan Indians who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.

Uganda established gun control in 1970.  From 1971 to 1979, a total of 300,000 Christians who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.

Cambodia established gun control in 1956.  From 1975 to 1977, a total of 1,000,000 of the educated people in that country who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.

You won’t see this data on the evening news or be apprised of it by the multitude of our so-called “Conservative” pundits, let alone hear our politicians disseminating this information:

Switzerland has no standing army.  Its national defence rests solely on its citizen militia, and every member of that militia keeps their weapons at home!

Switzerland’s government trains every member of its citizen militia to whom they issue a weapon in the proper and effective use of that weapon.

Switzerland has the lowest gun related crime rate of any civilized country in the world.

Guns in the hands of honest citizens save lives and property and, YES, gun-control laws adversely affect only those citizens who abide by the law.

Take note my fellow Americans, before it’s too late!

The next time someone talks in favor of gun control, please remind them of this history lesson.

With guns, we are ‘citizens’. Without them, we are ‘subjects’.

Do not allow our government to lure you into the false sense of security that disarming the people of this nation will afford you greater protection.  This tactic is meant only serve as the protection for the government’s own well-being and furthered interest.

Do not allow America to be this century’s addition to the last century’s already horrific statistics: Defenseless people rounded up and exterminated in the 20th Century as a result of the legislation on gun control: 56,000,000!

Spread the word everywhere you can that you stand firm on the rightful authority of the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution of The United States of America!

It’s time to speak loud before the government succeeds in its aim to silence and disarm us.

There is no “Right Wing” propaganda in this, and this is not a figment of  your imagination.  These are facts!  This is real!

History has shown us that governments always use the madness of senseless tragedies in their attempts to manipulate the people by convincing the ignorant masses to allow themselves to be disarmed for their own safety.

It’s a FUCKING LIE!

WHAT OUR FUCKED-UP SOCIETY GENUINELY NEEDS IS MORE MENTAL PROGRAMS, NOT MORE GUN PROGRAMS!

 

17 comments

  1. I keep my gun in my pants most of the time. Why would the gubment want to control my gift to large women and small cattle?

    As for firearms, I would add that our “fucked-up society” also genuinely needs training in the safe handling and especially the safe storage of firearms. And in certain cases, require employees to conceal carry.

    There is a town in Georgia that requires all its citizens to own firearms with a few waivers for felons, the mentally ill, or conscientious objectors on religious grounds.

    The best deterrent to violence is a bullet to a criminals center of mass with a double tap to their heads.

    The second best deterrent to violence is for would-be criminals to know that most people pack heat and the prospect of getting popped is exponentially greater than succeeding in their crime.

    But one word of caution to you the people out there. If you pack and pull your weapon, you’d better have the balls to use it—immediately!

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  2. Lance, Your overwhelming gift to small cattle is dutifully acknowledged by Shillery’s incessant pleading and bitch-whining for another butt-stabbing from your beef bayonet… I was going to ask if you could take over for me, but perhaps you already have and that’s what this bitch’s “belly aching” is about…Please try not to ram her so hard next time… I think you gave her a concusion! Right now the Janet twins are all I can handle given the ferocity of that damned habanero flavored Vaseline of theirs!

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  3. Scotch Bonnet peppers (a.k.a. habanero peppers) put jalapenos to shame. The redder they are, the hotter they are. They range from light green to ruby red with yellow and orange in between.

    I Once rubbed my eye with my finger and the white of my eye turned blood red. Then I remembered I’d chopped up some habaneros 2-days before. I had probably washed my hands with soap a dozen times plus I had a few showers since, but the oil from the peppers still irritated my eye to the point I thunk I wuz going blind. Once was enough with that shit.

    In the Caribbean they slice them very thin and put them in jars with thinly sliced onions, a splash of vinegar, a splash of EVOL, sliced carrots, salt, black pepper and a few chopped garlic cloves. They use it as a condiment on fish, rice and beans, boil up, cow-foot soup, conch soup, Gibnut (Royal Rat), and all the other favorite foods of the region.

    The ones they sell up here are tame in comparison to the Caribbean variety, which are DANGEROUSLY HOT!

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    • Actually the two are unique varieties of the same species, Capsicum chinense. While the Scotch Bonnet is often compared to the Habanero, since they are two varieties of the same species, they have different pod types, and a slight difference in aroma and flavor.

      Both the Scotch Bonnet and the Habanero have the characteristic thin, waxy flesh, and they have a similar heat level and flavor, the actual degree of piquancy varies greatly from one fruit to another with genetics, growing methods, climate, and plant stress.

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      • You probably still pronounce the “h” in habanero, but probably don’t pronounce the “s” or “b” in Scotch Bonnet.

        How about some Cotch Onnet peppers MI?

        Tee hee hee.

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        • No, I actually pronounce the word Habanero according to the Castilian Spanish : as in [aβaˈneɾo]. And Scotch Bonnet… well… I pronounce that as in the headgear adorning a fine single malt…otherwise referred to as a “cork” ;-P

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          • Pronouncing an eszett (ß) in German is the same as a double “s” (or “ss”).
            This would have habanero pronounced as ASSANERO.

            And this discourse on habaneros is so germane to this Gun Control post.

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            • I’m glad you agree regarding the germaneness of this discussion to the topic of the post given that the liberal douch-bags and their fuck-stick muslim buddies will think there are hot peppers flying up their asses when the order is given to open fire. However, my use of the β above in the symbolistic pronounciation guide for Habanero has no reference to the German language. It’s use is only as an element of the International Phonic Alphebet (IPA) for its representation of the sound that is made in the first syllable of “Habanero”, and whose sound is equivlent to somewhere in between that made in the English for the words baby and bevy

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  4. So… am I to be led to assume that the Janet twins got their Vaseline recipe from Lance’s Cooking Corner? I only ask due to the rather sensitive end of my trouser-trunk having detected the faint yet familiar overly fruity flavor of the Scotch Bonnet rather than the expected somewhat more pronounced citrus-like flavor of the Habanero. Initially I took that as a slight yet noticable difference between the Janets themselves, but now believe that I may have been mistaken in my initial assumption.

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