We need to refresh on something: the American People are the sovereign in this country under our system. The Founders hated tyranny, knew it would recur in every generation, and provided for it’s failure and for the independence of the sovereign, that’s us. They wrote the second amendment to be the lethal force which backs that sovereignty.
The Founders knew that our sovereign authority would be challenged more by our very own servants than by any other entity on earth. Knowing this, the Founders wrote 2A to be absolute and impervious to ordinary due process.
This Original Intent makes every single gun law illegal, or unc (unconstitutional).
But it is more than a matter of unc law, it is a matter of citizen understanding of
what the Founders tolerated, what they resisted and what they defeated. Since we are declared the sovereign from the nation’s inception – a great start in getting away from tyrannical rule, I’d say — and since we are the better wiser fools for due process, gun owners and liberty awareness groups are the last ones to be lectured on violence.
Yes, they are fools for integrity, patience, and for summoning government to its duty rather than opposing government. From the view of the sovereign, it is the servants who oppose us, and not the other way around. They oppose every single American – gun owner or not – by confiscations of property, invasions of privacy, electronic surveillance, immense databases and the worldwide sharing of information, defining new crimes and severe penalties, authorizing agencies to enforce laws monthly, defining new self-appointed mandates, diet, what you can drive or not drive, energy rationing and other shortages, takeovers, dividing Americans, early release of criminals . . .
We need to comprehend and understand that it is our public servants who are transforming the government of the United States, not Militias, not voters, not preparedness groups, not the sovereign. It is technically and legally impossible for the sovereign to undermine the government, and anyone who says militias are responsible for hate is hiding their own crime. Americans need governments as we need servants; it does not pass the test of reasonable expectation that the people hate government. It hates us and will not listen as servants should.
It doesn’t help the spirit of understanding our own sovereignty to be pleading for calm or even-handedness while at the same alerting and educating viewers to recognize foes of America within. It doesn’t help to send the mixed message of getting involved, but just not too much. It is insulting to forget that gun owners are the most patient believers in due process of all parties involved.
The second amendment was written to make government immensity a redundancy of existing safeguards, such immensity being entirely unneeded in how crime is fought, for instance; with an armed citizenry, governments cannot rationally introduce costly programs and be taken seriously. But if gun control disarms the people first, any program is then possible. What the American non-gun owners haven’t noticed is that these are not paid for in dollars always, but in lives.
Sending the message that violence is not the answer could more accurately have been sent to say that we don’t throw the first punch. That, we could shake hands on. But to admonish Americans not to resist hostility to our nation sends one wrong message: we don’t care who started it, fighting isn’t allowed. It is to say that both sides are wrong, and that’s not good for the country; it talks people out of their liberty by telling them to surrender.
Alright. Any pundit who cautions others that violence is not the answer needs to get rid of their private security guards, and let us urge them to be quick about it with those very same words: violence is not the answer for your armed guards anymore than it is for anyone you lecture. Fire them and we’ll talk. You go first.
Because, America does care who started it. American liberty is not a violent aggressor, and it’s going to be due process and our sovereignty that say so in November. Gun owners are loyal to due process when servants are not. We do not believe that violence is the answer either; we believe that our independence and personal safety backed by our own lethal force is the answer so that silly programs cannot thrive in taking our place.
It doesn’t take courage to transform America, it takes courage to keep it. Now is not the time to rob America of its resolve with mixed messages as if our sovereign authority were over-rated.
Be sure to assure our serants that our sovereignty is not over-rated: vote this November for Sovereignty over them.
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