Friday, October 23, 2015

Arranging American Gun Confiscation

 A few days ago prospective Dear Leader Hillary was asked:
Recently, Australia managed to get away, or take away tens of thousands, millions, of handguns.  In one year, they were all gone. Can we do that? If we can’t, why can’t we?
here, after meandering through international gun laws, and citing localized American buyback programs, was the conclusion of Clinton's response:
I think it would be worth considering doing it on the national level, if that could be arranged.

The "arrangement" would most likely come about through:

... reinforc[ing] the cultural marginalization of constitutionalist gun owners, the two realms of mainstream society in which they have hitherto maintained a dominant presence -- the military and law enforcement -- must be actively transformed from the "regressive" institutions they have been, into instruments of the progressive elite. The aggressive nationalization of local police operations will inevitably weaken officers' allegiances to their local communities in favor of a depersonalized, textbook allegiance to federal overseers and priorities. The active promotion of an alternative-lifestyles or diversity agenda within the military will gradually render the hyper-testosteroned, "real man" aspect of military life passé and distasteful to a new breed of sensitive, progressive soldiers increasingly trained to fight for social justice rather than for the U.S. Constitution. Thus, when the experts release their government-funded reports identifying gun-and-Bible-clingers as potential terrorists, and labeling their noncompliance with a gun ban as a criminal affront to American society and a root cause of mass shootings, the soldiers and police will be expected to do their duty and promote public safety against this domestic threat. When the worst and dimmest (most successfully indoctrinated) within these two organizations are finally called upon to perform search and seizure missions -- how else would the civilly disobedient be forced to give up their weapons? -- they may well do so.  
At that moment, despite media attempts to portray the victims as the perpetrators, Americans will have a chance to see what their government is made of, and to decide whether they can live with such a government. And it is certain that Americans who side with the resisters will be virtually alone on this Earth. The rest of the world will see the images of gun-toting civilians standing in defiance of their government as evidence of the reactionary element of America that they find so distasteful. They will cheer on the U.S. government's violent subduing of these dangerous crackpots. 

[excerpted from American Thinker]

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