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Social And Political Volatility And Upheaval In America Is Deliberate

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New York – -(AmmoLand.com)- Perpetrating and perpetuating the myth of “systemic racism” in American society serves the Neo-Marxist and Neoliberal Globalist goal of creating volatility in society and social upheaval.

The Harris-Biden Administration at the behest of their Neo-Marxist and Billionaire Globalist handlers, along with the Marxist Democrat Party leadership, need societal volatility—demand that volatility—if they are to succeed in overturning a free Constitutional Republic, transforming it into an obedient vessel of a new Autocratic Marxist-Globalist world trans-superstate structure, spanning the entire globe.

To that end, they have cunningly devised many strategies. One that they have had the most success with involves the application of “race” and “racism” to everything Americans hold dear and holy, corrupting it, desecrating all of it—profanely, erroneously claiming that the very foundation of our Nation is rooted in the subjugation of Africans and their descendants.

These Neo-Marxists have deliberately thrust upon Americans a fairy tale surrounding slaves and slavery, claiming that race and racial identity is the defining feature of American society; that racism and the incitement of racial hatred are endemic to America; that “white extremism” and “white supremacism” are prevalent throughout society, endemic to the core of our Nation even though the fact of the matter is that white extremism and white supremacism is de minimis, representing no tenable threat to the stability of American society. Such instability and volatility that exists and is extant in the U.S. is manufactured by Marxist Democrat Party leadership and the Harris-Biden Administration, itself, not by infinitesimally small and hardly influential groups like the KKK.

The volatility and instability evident in society is a product of Government policy. It is seen in the Harris-Biden Administration’s open borders policy.

It is seen in its dismissive attitude toward soaring violent crime permeating society and toward a curious permissive attitude held toward criminals and psychopathic and psychotic lunatics, given incredible latitude to prey on hapless, innocent Americans. And it is seen in the Administration’s cavalier attitude toward agitators belonging to rabid Marxist, Anarchist groups—in particular, “Black Lives Matter” and “Antifa” and other such groups—that have caused and continue to cause mayhem and substantial damage to the institutions of a free Republic.

Thus, in propounding a basis to upend a free Constitutional Republic that Democrat Party Marxists and the Kamala Harris and Joe Biden marionettes desire to accomplish and fully intend to accomplish so long as they can maintain power, it behooves them to resort to chicanery to confuse Americans and to create dissension among Americans.

In much that the Democrat Marxists and the Executive Branch puppets do to bring about a rupture of society they must, at present, resort to psychological measures.

The salient tool of the propagandists is language and the manipulation of it to affect a desired response in the target population, a willing compliance to authority, and to obtain a desired outcome—the destruction of American culture and society and subjugation of the masses; ergo the Propagandist resorts to the manipulation of “race.” And he operates with complete abandon in generating volatility in society through the device of “systemic racism” and “white extremism.”

Why Do Democrat Marxists And Executive Branch Puppets Suffocate Americans With These Ludicrous Notions Of ‘Race’ And ‘Racism And ‘Systemic Racism’?

The Marxists and Neoliberal Globalists utilize the vehicles of ‘race’ and ‘racism’ and ‘systemic racism’ because they know Americans are acutely sensitive to the concepts—hence the expansive use of these words to drive a wedge among Americans, to cause an ever-widening rift among Americans that cannot be bridged; to change Americans’ perceptions of themselves, to soften them up, and make Americans amenable to the transformative influences of Marxism. And the extensive, intensive use of these concepts in the media is having the desired effect.

What Is ‘Race,’ Really, And Is It “Really” Real?

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy says this about ‘race’:

The concept of race has historically signified the division of humanity into a small number of groups based upon five criteria: (1) Races reflect some type of biological foundation, be it Aristotelian essences or modern genes; (2) This biological foundation generates discrete racial groupings, such that all and only all members of one race share a set of biological characteristics that are not shared by members of other races; (3) This biological foundation is inherited from generation to generation, allowing observers to identify an individual’s race through her ancestry or genealogy; (4) Genealogical investigation should identify each race’s geographic origin, typically in Africa, Europe, Asia, or North and South America; and (5) This inherited racial biological foundation manifests itself primarily in physical phenotypes, such as skin color, eye shape, hair texture, and bone structure, and perhaps also behavioral phenotypes, such as intelligence or delinquency.

Both in the past and today, determining the boundaries of discrete races has proven to be most vexing and has led to great variations in the number of human races believed to be in existence. Thus, some thinkers categorized humans into only four distinct races (typically white or Caucasian, Black or African, yellow or Asian, and red or Native American), and downplayed any biological or phenotypical distinctions within racial groups (such as those between Scandinavians and Spaniards within the white or Caucasian race). Other thinkers classified humans into many more racial categories, for instance arguing that those humans “indigenous” to Europe could be distinguished into discrete Nordic, Alpine, and Mediterranean races.

The ambiguities and confusion associated with determining the boundaries of racial categories have provoked a widespread scholarly consensus that discrete or essentialist races are socially constructed, not biologically real.”

This Essentialist notion of race was taken as self-evident truths, and it tore Germany and the rest of the world apart, leading to a conflagration commencing in 1939 with the outbreak of the Second world war.

Jump to present-day America. The use of ‘race’ and ‘racism’ as a weapon—this time by the Harris-Biden Administration and Marxist Democrats—are again on full disgusting and noxious display.

The propagandists have taken a cue from the race proponents of Nazi Germany although with a decidedly peculiar twist.

This time it isn’t the German Nordic white “Herrenmensch” who is extolled but the purportedly black “Untermensch,” albeit the rabid Anti-American Anti-white current head of the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ, Kristen Clarke, has unabashedly argued that it is the “black race” that is markedly superior to the “white race.” See article in LA Times, referring at the end of the article to remarks of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, which explains why Republicans opposed her confirmation to head the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ.

“In opposing her nomination, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said in a statement Monday that Clarke had a ‘long history of statements that place the nominee on, frankly, the far-left fringe of the political spectrum . . . This is not the right nominee for a crucial post at a crucial time. ’”

See also an article in the North State Journal:

“Kristen Clarke, Joe Biden’s nominee for assistant attorney general of the United States, once promoted racist pseudoscientific quackery, arguing that the human brain was structured in a way that makes Black people superior to white people, and that “human mental processes” in the brain have chemicals that imbue one race with “superior physical and mental abilities” and “spiritual abilities.”

After confirmation, Clarke says, as reported in fox news, that she doesn’t “necessarily” hold to those beliefs.

In other words, Clarke still professes a belief in this nonsense, but she cannot be overt and explicit about it.

For those who would interject “race” into politics, then it must be faced head-on, rationally, logically, especially in those instances where one accepts the reality of “race” in a concrete, absolute biological sense, and dares to extol the righteousness and superiority of this or that “race.”

But what we are seeing is that the would-be Destroyers of our Nation have used the concept of ‘race,’ and ‘racism’ and continue to use “race” and “racism” as an odious political device, a tool, a bludgeon, a battering ram directed against our Nation, against our People, and against our Constitution—with the aim of destroying all of it and replacing it with something loathsome, something detestable, reprehensible. And they seek to erect their evil societal construct to ensnare and enslave us all.

Patriots…make sure your are prepared, stay heavily armed and always extremely dangerous. America is counting on you.


 

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JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago

“Both in the past and today, determining the boundaries of discrete races has proven to be most vexing and has led to great variations in the number of human races believed to be in existence.” Why? Because no such discrete races exist. Race is a colorful pigment of distorted perception biased by language, culture, tradition, and history. If race were based on biology, then it can be proven more than 100 billion could exist. My yDNA haplogroup is J1c3d. My mitochondrial haplogroup is H3f. So, there are already millions of designated haplogroups just based on two factors on the cellular… Read more »

john
john
2 days ago

Late to this party. You seem to know your science as explained to me by teacher of science The human race The action or process of mutating. The changing of the structure of a gene, resulting in a variant form that may be transmitted to subsequent generations, caused by the alteration of single base units in DNA, or the deletion, insertion, or rearrangement of larger sections of genes or chromosomes. “mutation is, ultimately, the only way in which new variation enters the species” The action or process of evolution In biology, evolution is the change in the characteristics of a species… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
2 days ago
Reply to  john

All life mutates. Most of the time the mutations are destructive of biological processes. Biogenesis is not a mystery. Speciation may be more complex. If individuals can produce viable offspring by mating, they ae the same species. Mere phenotypes do not create species or even a variety within a species because there is such a process of mix and match going on without any detectible expression in phenotype. Phenotype the origin of the “race” fallacy. But, then, we could not even agree on test methodology for the simplest chromosome; a Y-chromosome between testing services on classifying single nucleotide polymorphisms.. Phenotype… Read more »

Mark From Michigan
Mark From Michigan
8 days ago

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JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
9 days ago

The epitome of socialism is Marxism. Marxism is compulsive collectivism which confiscates all property and conscripts all labor. In this way, it concentrates wealth in the state through complete control of the means of production. In the end, it is a pack of wolves deciding every citizen is mutton on the menu and their children are lambchops. Every socialist nation is a constitutional republic. A constitutional republic decides who has a vote on the issues by selecting the candidates. Every party ultimately competes in a republic until only one remains in control of the means of production. In Germany, it… Read more »

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JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago

Another mindless downvote because my statement was irrefutable. If you cannot refute it, it is irrefutable.

Don
Don
9 days ago

Although the training I took from the FBI, now 20 years ago, is dated the agent said the leftist groups were then the biggest threat. They laughed off the very small neo-nazi types. The top places for leftists then, fits today. The three centers for Antifa-types (then anarchists) were Olympia, WA, Eugene, OR, and Madison, WI. Notice that the riots last year and this year drew from Olympia and Eugene. Kenosha, WI drew from Madison. The white terrorism is nearly non-existent.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  Don

So, you think “leftist groups” are not “white?”

Pa John
Pa John
10 days ago

Do a simple DuckDuckGo search for “total people living in slavery today” and similar, and see the lowest results ranging roughly around 20 million people, to the more common estimates of 40 – 45 million, to estimates as high as 65 million and more. As you will quickly see, it all depends on WHO is doing the estimating, HOW they define “slavery”, and IF they have the gonads to stand up to communist China and include all the millions locked up in massive concentration camps, providing cheap forced / slave labor for the communist Chinese. THEN, the next time someone… Read more »

john
john
9 days ago
Reply to  Pa John

Slavery takes on many forms all around the world today in the twenty first century. Americans who live breath and play owe all to those that fought so hard for our freedom. Democrats and those Rino Republicans who are in fact democrats sold out our country. Those Americans not willing to return to work and would rather remain home after the greatest terror attack in history are becoming enslaved. You have to ask yourself who among those in Washington new and helped plan the pamdinic. Trump and his administration angered the Chinese communist party and the global plan of marxism.… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  john

All Democrats are DINOsThey want more power for the republic and have powers from the Constitution to do it. They are democratic in name only. Since Reagan, Republicans have all been RINOs. True Republicans want a republic with LESS power since Reagan. Make no mistake, however, you do not decide who or what the Republican Party Line is. The Republican Party is a private corporation creating its own “party platform.” JOHN JOHN JOHN, you do NOT decide what being a “Republican” means. Being registered as a Republican did not mean they needed your consent to establish that platform. EVERYONE who… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  Pa John

Slavery is any form of involuntary servitude. A summons for jury duty is involuntary servitude none dare claim is slavery. Refuse and you will be convicted of contempt of court; a crime for which you can do time. In the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, Congress is given the power to conscript you to be “employed in the Service of the United States,” and no end date stated in that document. Russian Jews were often conscripted for life under the Czars.

swmft
swmft
10 days ago

Kristen Clarke should be the us envoy to the African congress ,,where she can witness black unity first hand. nato should get out of Africa, white people should not be stopping them from killing each other the tribal wars will never end they brought them here we just call them gangs

USMC0351Grunt
USMC0351Grunt
7 days ago
Reply to  swmft

I thougt Al Capone, Bugs Moran, Baby Face Nelson, Bonnie & Clyde and the lot of them started all that in the 19th century after the likes of Billy The Kid, Jesse James, Sitting Bull, etc., etc., etc?

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JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  USMC0351Grunt

Tribes were invented long before the 19th Century. Muhammadan tribal jarheads enslaved pagan tribes for sale to Europeans. Kristen Clarke claims she is suing the Proud Boys and their members for the racist attack on Metropolitan AME church in Washington DC. This attack was one of several levied against churches targeted for their support of the Black Lives Matter movement..

john
john
10 days ago

Even in the Czech Republic Some people have the vocabulary to sum up things in a way that you can quickly understand them. This quote came from the Czech Republic. Someone over there has it figured out. It was translated into English from an article in a Prague newspaper. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “The danger to America is not Joseph Biden, but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of a Biden presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate… Read more »

Arizona
Arizona
10 days ago
Reply to  john

This exact quote was used for Obama. It isn’t new. It universally applies to America committing suicide by electing leftists who espouse socialism.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
9 days ago
Reply to  Arizona

All republics are socialist. They create laws to control individual wealth and property ownership. EXAMPLE: If you have land in your name, you are just renting. Property taxes are a form of rent. Fail to pay that rent. You will be evicted by the sheriff and your lease/”deed” will be sold to another. If you truly owned property, you could do whatever you want with it. No land use laws and zoning laws. Republics demand service from you and assume the state interest supersedes individual rights. It is almost always referred to as a “compelling state interest.” SEE BUCKLEY V.… Read more »

Arizona
Arizona
8 days ago

Talk about going off on a tangent. Republics are not socialist. Name a country that has no land use laws and no taxes on property, where once you buy it it is yours in perpetuity, forever, and you never have to pay a tax on it and can do anything you want with it.

You have some fetish against republics, when true democracies ( which you praise ) are just tyranny of the majority. Rather have a republic.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  Arizona

Your delusion is complete. NO republic is a democracy. Every socialist nation is a republic. There is no plebiscite to form their government. There are no referendums, recalls, or initiatives under socialism because, like you, they do not trust the majority. Like you, they have a fetish for compulsive collectivism. Like you, they think freedom of the individual is tyranny to the state. All republics are socialist in principle. Adams was the first to put those who disagreed with the government into prison Adams was the first socialist. Under the Sedition Act of 1798, you would have been put in… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  Arizona

You admit all governments control property, not the “owner when you demand anyone “Name a country that has no land use laws and no taxes on property, where once you buy it it is yours in perpetuity, forever, and you never have to pay a tax on it and can do anything you want with it.” Never try to justify tyranny with a bandwagon argument. Of course the tyranny of property taxes is universal and historic since Chinese emperors used them to steal land from peasants. Only property has value and everything you create, produce, belongs to the government in… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
2 days ago
Reply to  Arizona

By the way, I do not praise ANY form of government. Government is what happens when humans become disagreeable and create committee [mob] to subjugate others with the threat of deadly force rather than convincing them with facts and a compelling argument. The common sense of a group being given a choice makes better choices than a mob in a swamp 3000 miles away. Show me that age and country where the rights and liberties of the people were placed on the sole chance of their rulers being good men, without a consequent loss of liberty? Do that and I… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago
Reply to  john

Making excuses for presidents just because they are old is not a good idea.

Dianne Feinstein: June 22, 1933
Maxine Waters: August 15, 1938 
Nancy Pelosi: March 26, 1940
Bernie Sanders: September 8, 1941 
Joe Biden: November 20, 1942
Richard Blumenthal: February 13, 1946
Sheila Jackson Lee: January 12, 1950
Chuck Schumer: November 23, 1950

Bdcaron
Bdcaron
10 days ago
Reply to  john

Biden wasn’t elected by the people. They cheated massively using various methods to gain power.

The question is whether or not the election system can be cleaned up by the next election. If so we’ll have a clear picture of the how the American people vote and the our path for the future.

If the midterms end up more of the same cheating as we got for 2020 we are doomed.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
9 days ago
Reply to  Bdcaron

No President is elected by the people. A political committee selects who runs. The Electoral College is picked by political parties. States are not ULTIMATELY required to force them to pick a President based on the popular vote. All elections in my lifetime have had fraud. It was the election fraud by Mayor Daly in 1960 which made Kennedy the US. In the 1960 vote one vote in every district changed could change the outcome, but popular votes for President are not the choice of the people. They are the choice of the Party. It has always been somewhat of… Read more »

USMC0351Grunt
USMC0351Grunt
7 days ago

I guess because you found that statement on the Internet, that it must be true?

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2019/mar/27/viral-image/no-joseph-stalin-didnt-say-statement-about-electio/

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  USMC0351Grunt

First, Unlike you, I am careful about my sources and “Politifact” is not on the top. Wikiquote.0rg seemed to have a source in Russian. Second, Boris Bazhanov [Saint Petersburg] quoted Stalin in “The Memoirs of Stalin’s Former Secretary” (1992),”I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this—who will count the votes, and how.” Of course, PolitiFact essentially claims Bazhanov, a contemporary, is a liar because it is not in the writings of Stalin. Personally, I suspect Stalin was nearly illiterate and had ghost writer. Voting is rarely mentioned by… Read more »

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JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  USMC0351Grunt

If Stalin did not say something similar in Georgian, it just proves one of the axioms I hold to be valid: History is more or less bunk. History is an account, mostly false, of events, mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools. 

john
john
10 days ago

Roger has written about what most Americans are afraid to even speak about in public. Our elected politicians are all on board both sides of the isle compliant in dividing our country. Those agencies FBI CIA NSA and some on the Supreme court are all working in ways that are against our constitution. How out of touch are Americans with what is happening too are way of life? At a Neighborhood get together a few weekends back I listened to a young couple late thirties who had begun a conversation asking if gas powered cars would be eliminated by 2030.… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago
Reply to  john

Responded by it’s on hold.

Is one of the mods a former government employee?

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago
Reply to  john

I think that government employee must have been born in the 40s or 50s – another post put on hold. Ha!

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago
Reply to  john

Totalitarians have been working a totalitarian agenda for a very long time. Most of the voters born in the late 1800s and early 1900s were totalitarians and wanted the fruit of other people’s labor – that’s why they kept voting for FDR, the most totalitarian president of all time. Although Biden (born in 1942) may give him a run for his money.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

We could disagree. President Jackson appointed the justices who refused due process to Africans in slavery cases. President Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into Law. It was the model for putting Japanese and Germans into internment camps in WW2.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago
Reply to  john

Nostalgia is a form of blindness.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Claiming to know a “Founder’s intent” is a form of nostalgia. They were not original thinkers. They did not invent the principles of the Declaration of Independence and they repeated every abuse of the King George III monarchy at some point before 1860, if not before 1800.

john
john
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Nostalgia The definition of nostalgic is someone or something who has a longing for the past or who looks back and remembers the past wistfully. An example of nostalgic is a person who is looking back at old photographs and remembering good times. Reminiscent of the speaker’s childhood or younger years. If we forget our past history those that have yet to be born will never understand what was lost at the beginning of the twenty first century.One day a child will ask his grandparents how we let this happen. Blindness is what has overtaken our freedom a little bit each day. Please remember… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago
Reply to  john

You completely missed the point, john. You remember the past wistfully and through rose colored glasses and ignore the fact that a large percentage of Americans have been in favor of socialism/communism since the 1800s. That’s how FDR and his administration came into power and stayed in power. You don’t remember history – you rewrite it. Your rant against young people is missplaced – the lure of big government has negatively affected our country for many generations. A significant percentage of young people today are much more passionate about a free civilization (the mid point between anarchy and totalitariansim) than… Read more »

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john
john
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Hi You pretend to know what I stand for you do not even know me.This not a rant it is fact truth can not be changed that is the beauty of truth. . Young people today are driven by what they see on their phones. They stare at screen while most could not look in any direction and tell you were the sun rises and sets in the daytime sky. Try this next time you are among a group of young friends ask them who was FDR. Then wait and watch to see how they come up with the answer.… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago
Reply to  john

I pretend nothing. I commented on what you wrote.

You need to hang out with a better class of young people. There are different types of young people just like there are different types of elderly people.

The young people I know think about a quarter of the people who post here are elderly statists who never worked in the private sector, who worship government, who have fallen hook, line, and sinker for the totalitarian trap of class warfare and who would vote for Bernie Sanders if he just promised to control ammo prices and increase their pension.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Look up the term “ad hominem fallacy.”

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

All republics are socialist in principle. Adams was the first to put those who disagreed with the government into prison Adams was the first socialist. Under the Sedition Act of 1798, you would have been put in prison for two years for opposing the government by Adams to serve a compelling state interest.” In 1798, Congress passed legislation which essentially levied a tax from the wages of sailors to pay for the care of seamen in hospitals. “An act for the relief of sick and disabled seamen” was signed into law by Adams to serve a compelling state interest.”

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago
Reply to  john

Your grandparents’ generation voted for the most totalitarian administration we have every had (FDR’s), although Biden (born in 1942), may get close.

john
john
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

My grandparents came to America through Ellis Island work hard started a family opened a business. Over the years all members of the family worked hard starting families off their own not one has ever been arrested or charged with a crime. We fly the flag proud to be Americans and are grateful for the hard choices made so many years ago. God and Country in that order , family the most important link to success. Politicians most start out with good intent then somehow over the decades we the people have given them too much power. That same government… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago
Reply to  john

Good for your grandparents.

I commented on your grandparents’ generation. The majority of the voters of that generation were socialists.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago
Reply to  john

Elderly, retired government employees post here frequently begging for socialism/communism. They just call it government-imposed price controls to protect them from greedy capitalists. All it takes for totalitarians to completely take over is: Enough people wanting the government to fix their problems; and Lots of laws and lots of enforcers who will follow almost any order to enforce the laws against the people they are ordered to enforce them against and who will follow almost any order to not enforce the laws against people they are ordered to not enforce them against. Armed government employees are good at following orders… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Name one who is “begging for socialism/communism.” I would call that stereotyping if it were not patently false. Let me find you seating, saint Diogenes the Cynic. I am certain I can provide a heavy enough sword out of my armory and a long enough hair to suspend it over you head. I will agree armed agents of the government follow orders. ALL employees who refuse orders get fired. Just like you, they do not have individual authority to interpret laws, That is why they have rules, regulations, policies and procedures as an interpretation of statutes and caselaw. Failing to… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago

Go read the ammo threads for the last eight months. Regarding armed government employees who will follow almost any order, and this comment you made: “Failing to follow their guidelines and training will put the full liabilithy on you. They will immediately find a way to throw you under the bus and revoke your qualified immunity, not to mention your job and retirement.” Yes – exactly. Just like the enforcers of Mao, Stalin, Hitler, Pol Pot and many others, they will follow orders for their own selfish reasons. At what point is their job and pension less important than the… Read more »

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JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

No line for you, huh? Round ’em up.

Can you imagine if members of The Red Guard, The People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs, Gestapo/SS, and Khmer Rouge hadn’t followed orders? They might have lost their government job! Oh, the horror!

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

That gun confiscation was halted by a court. The fact that the government robbers who stole her weapons without going to prison is the fault of the elected misrepresentatives empowered by this constitutional republic.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
7 days ago

I believe the law you are referring to only affects federal efforts – is that your understanding?

The crimes that were committed against that woman where the fault of the government thugs who committed the crimes as well as the government thugs who refused to draw their firearms and arrest their brothers-in-blue.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

AGAIN: The fact that the government robbers who stole her weapons without going to prison is the fault of the elected misrepresentatives empowered by this constitutional republic.. Are you claiming there was no fault due to the powers given to elected criminals under the Constitution? You must have a definition of “only” I do not understand. The judge halted local law enforcement from confiscation. Under LA law: §64. Armed robbery A. Armed robbery is the taking of anything of value belonging to another from the person of another or that is in the immediate control of another, by use of force or… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Your bogus trolling never ends. I say everyone should serve by being armed every day and you want to claim some higher moral ground. You never did the job and you lie about those who do it honorably every day. Make up your mind. It is YOU who is terrified for EVERYONE to be armed, not ME. “I believe that the majority of the plain people of the United States will, day in and day out, make fewer mistakes in governing themselves than any smaller class or body of men, no matter what their training, will make in trying to… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 days ago

JLS,

I’m not against people being armed – how did you get that idea?

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

I said EVERYONE must be armed to protect public safety and national security. You claim we have no such responsibility and to demand people be armed to be citizens with a vote was wrong. So, it is okay to ENSLAVE OTHER PEOPLE to fight YOUR wars, but wrong to demand everyone be armed? If you are not against all being armed, prove I am wrong. Only slaves are denied arms and a vote. No one can be free if any are enslaved. To protect the right to bear arms and have a vote requires every citizen to be armed. But,… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
7 days ago

No wonder you don’t go out in public. I advocate for the right of people to arm themselves. Whether people arm themselves or not is their choice. You want to mandate that people be armed and you want to mandate that voting rights be somehow (you refuse to spell out your authoritarian proposal) restricted to those who meet your definition of being armed. I am in favor of a Constitutional Republic – with all its imperfections, it’s still the best system and more effort should be made to fix the problems. I do not agree with your proposal of a… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

You have no life of your own so you obviously are curious and envious of the private life of a 70 year old disabled man and desperate to make it relevant to the issue. I went out in public yesterday to a movie where I had a beer and popcorn together for the first time in a decade because of my diabetes. The incompetence of the customer service was obvious. They could not even keep the popcorn machine going and it took them ten minutes to handle only two customers. It was the birthday of one of my girlfriends. The… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
7 days ago

Not curious. Not envious. You have shared way too much already. Please stop.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
7 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

You advocate for absurd arbitrary irresponsibility with the delusion anyone who is unarmed has a right. It makes them a target for victimization. It is gone the moment you have no vote on how your life is controlled I advocate for the responsibility of every sane adult for the public safety and national security. If you cannot be responsible for proper use and maintenance of a basic need, you should not be making decisions on how it is used. Not guns. Not votes. Without both of those, you cannot claim your rights. If you cannot protect a right, you lose… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

You do not trust the majority with a vote on the issues. A gun is a vote when none else is. Why would I trust you to protect the rights of everyone has a gun when you do not trust everyone with a vote? I have stated the duty of every citizen is to be armed or they should not have a vote, but you have said they should not even have a vote on the issues. This nation WAS founded on the principle a government is only just if it has the consent of the governed. The Constitution violated… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

NO. I said NAME ONE and you named NONE. You claim is immature, illogical, and a baseless stereotype. You inbred bloggers playing the Telephone game of distorting facts and your Chinese fire drill of fallacies have no credibility. You name them or you are just defaming all armed employees. Most armed employees have nothing to do with the general public, much less firearms regulations, of the FOUR MILLION armed government employees. Here is news for you. MOST armed employees are in the military or non-federal law enforcement. Much of the Ammoland articles are written by present and former employees who… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 days ago

JLS, Arny indicated within the last few days that he wants the government to control ammo prices. Terry has indicated the same thing in the past. There were others who celebrated the fact that the Texas Attorney General used the emergency powers during the COVID-19 scare to force a private company to compensate customers for amounts the government deemed excessive. I’m not going to go back and dig through the articles to find the names. I gave you twice as many names as you asked for – will you now answer my question of where you would draw the line… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

No. None of those you claimed are government employees to my knowledge or yours. AGAIN, you named NONE. Just because someone named “Terry” disagreed with you does not make them a government employee. That you are too lazy to name names or make a logical argument based on verifiable facts is not an excuse. You say, “I’m not going to go back and dig through the articles to find the names.” Fine. Then you are admitting you have no evidence when you refuse to present it. Well, “Frank” said you support bestiality, I can say, because “I’m not going to… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
7 days ago

Laws against companies charging whatever they want for ammo is price control.

Do you support government intervention in pricing? Specifically, do you believe government should regulate what companies charge for ammo?

You mentioned breaking contracts. That’s a different matter and, if they did that, should be expected to be sued for breach of contract.

Aside from what they may have done regarding breach of contract, do you claim that the State of Texas did not force Cheaper Than Dirt to make refunds for merely increasing prices and charging more than the State of Texas determined was appropriate?

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
2 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

To cancel an order because you have sellers remorse is to violate a contract. It is fraud. It should be treated as a crime by Texas. Governments exist to enforce contracts by enforcing the LAWS. Where I come from if you violate a contract, you may as well close up shop because you are going to go broke. We are tougher in eastern Oregon than they are in West Texas.

Arizona
Arizona
10 days ago
Reply to  john

Biden cheated. He did not win anything.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
9 days ago
Reply to  Arizona

Biden did not cheat. He did not need to do anything. The racketeer influenced corrupt organization known as the Democratic Party did that all for him. The man is to incompetent to crate his own conspiracy. That is why he needs the Beijing Biden Crime Family to collect his 10% in bribes FOR him.

john
john
9 days ago
Reply to  Arizona

Biden did not cheat he is not capable. Those socialist democrats among us committed election fraud. We have failed to set the record after the 2020 election straight. Many are trying and are met with intimidation. The enemy lies within our borders and the democrats continue their goal of a one party government aiding and abetting. What they fail to understand that China is communist and their goal is world domination those elected americans who have allied themselves with that party are disposable.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  john

We agree on everything but terminology. Capital D Democrats are not democratic. Those who are democratic are under the principle requiring government to get the consent of the governed. Small d democrats believe in referendums, recalls, initiatives and no just government can be formed without a plebiscite to get the consent of the governed. I believe in the right of the people to rule. I believe that the majority of the plain people of the United States will, day in and day out, make fewer mistakes in governing themselves than any smaller class or body of men, no matter what… Read more »

Arizona
Arizona
8 days ago
Reply to  john

Biden “won” by democrats cheating. He didn’t win anything. That was my point, not who did the cheating. He is a dementia addled moron, who couldn’t string a few sentences together cogently even before he started suffering from cognitive disorders.

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
2 days ago
Reply to  Arizona

Biden did not win by anything. He is obviously not in control.

Patriot Solutions
Patriot Solutions
11 days ago

“they have cunningly devised many strategies”

Here’s another strategy like Jan 6th the FBI just won’t stop trying to set up President Trump and his supporters.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/07/two-men-charged-plot-attack-democrat-party-headquarters-sacramento-incendiary-devices/

JimmyS
JimmyS
11 days ago

Our “Constitutional Republic” is long gone. How many of the tenets of Marxism are already in place here? 9 out of 10? And race is obviously real. Go to sub-Saharan Africa. There isn’t even a 2-story building there that existed before Europeans and Asians went there and built it. There are no laws, none of what we call “civilization.” They are in no way the same as the men and women that founded America as a nation. Let’s stop pretending that there is no such thing as race, when scientists found that the races are distinct in a score of… Read more »

john
john
9 days ago
Reply to  JimmyS

Scientist They can not agree to disagree this january they learned that all they thought about how the universe was created was wrong. Two super nova exploded two huge black holes. Time and space according to the scientist and the gravitational wave that swept the universe changed the fabric of time as man knows it. This week the moon wobbles and the great floods are coming. Global warming sustainability new lite bulbs for everyone this earth as been around for a long long time and will always undergo changes. I do believe in God after all Jesus walked the earth… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  john

The “Big Bang Theory” began with a Franciscan Priest. Expansion from a singularity makes a huge black hole a minor feature in a tiny speck of the Universe. Since there were no biological witnesses or images who recorded it, your fanciful fiction based on the religion of “science” or a pre-Samarian myth is just as valid. Dark Matter is on the order of phlogiston. It is a claim created to explain why their best math failed to explain the rate of expansion. The distinction between “science” and “magic” is more blurred every day because experiments are not done before assumptions… Read more »

JohnLloydScharf
JohnLloydScharf
8 days ago
Reply to  JimmyS

“Race” is a culturally defined list of features which are arbitrary, ambiguous, and abusive. It is no more real than phrenology and astrology. There is no feature in Africans which at least a minority of Europeans have. We have pigment intended to reflect ultraviolet and emit infrared. It is not “black” in any scientific sense. No one has white pigment and that is a scientific proven face. The visible light reflected by pigment is the brown shade of orange. Carotene is a lipochrome that normally adds a yellowish orange shade of color to the skin. Even albinos have it. This myth you… Read more »