Wednesday, January 16, 2013

And how we'll burn in the camps...

And how we'll burn in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every cop, when he went out at night to make an arrest or man a "checkpoint", had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family?

Or if, during examples of mass oppression, as for example traveling in "border" states, or entering airports, or when "laws" forbid the tools of self defense, people would not simply sit there too scared to resist, paling with terror at every arbitrary demand and at every flash of the red and blue lights, but would understand they have nothing left to lose and will boldly set up an ambush of half a dozen people with pistols, rifles, machetes, axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else is at hand?... The law enforcement departments would very quickly suffer a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Washington DC's thirst, the cursed State will grind to a halt!

If...if...Most Americans don't love freedom enough. And even more – most have no awareness of the real situation.... They purely and simply deserve everything that happens afterward.  And the truly innocent will be dragged along with the complacent.

With apologies, or sincere thanks, to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.



  1. Gun control makes it easier for law enforcement thugs and government gangsters to have their way with the populace. Look how the biggest gangster controlled state governments are implementing gun laws, New York, LA, Chicago, Washington DC.

  2. The people forget the lessons of the gulags and killing fields. Thankfully, I have read that over 70% of LEO's and military will not obey unlawful orders to disarm the American people. The gun haters could have a problem.

  3. Walk through town carrying a fully-functional AK-47, and then tell me what percentage of LEOs/military recognized that the Constitution forbids them from interfering with you doing so.

    It's nice that they say that, but history has shown their claims to be a lie.

  4. Mr. Fowler, I don't believe it for a second. If those people had the integrity you assert, they would have already resigned.

  5. Robert and Curt may both be right, and I ain't a gonna go walking through town flaunting an AK-47 so the white man can target my back (they're mostly back shooters). If I choose to carry, I'll carry. Won't matter what "laws" are passed by the white man.

    But above all, I'm a gonna Abstain From Beans.


  6. I've been waiting for years for the Oathkeepers to refuse to obey unconstitutional anti-gun "laws". Or unconstitutional drug prohibition "laws". Etc. Still haven't seen it.
    I keep waiting and hoping, but I'm not counting on it, and I will assume anyone in a badge is an enemy of liberty until I see evidence otherwise.

  7. Everyone reading this should go out and buy (and read) a copy of Unintended Consequences by John Ross.

    (free pdf)

  8. I agree with the suggestion to get the free PDF of UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES. However, may I put in a plug for my own book, RESISTANCE TO TYRANNY, a primer on armed revolt? It's available from Amazon.