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Sunday, January 30, 2011

The Elephant in The Room: An Armed Citizenry vs. A Tyrannical Government

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Call it the Elephant or the 800lb. Gorilla in the room.
Sadly this is a possibility with the Obama administration.  
To borrow a quote from Sean Connery in The Untouchables.
You see what I'm saying is,what are you prepared to do?
The possibility scares me,but I will do what I need to survive.

“What if the American government ever “goes bad” and becomes a police state? That tyrannical government, IF it could enlist the willing support of every American soldier and every American cop (which is thankfully doubtful), could field perhaps a total of 1.5 million armed personnel. 

These duped soldiers and cops would have to go to their jobs each day facing a bare minimum of 10 MILLION very, very motivated and angry armed American citizens. The other 55 million would sit on the fence waiting, with their guns, to see which way the tide was flowing.
Additionally, you must logically ask WHY the present government is so obsessively committed to “gun control”. If our government has become so overpowering, so omnipotent, and it’s a waste of our time to even imagine resisting tyranny, then why do “They” even worry about the citizens being armed?

And why did the political regimes that committed genocide though the history of the 20th Century, first REGISTER and then CONFISCATE firearms before marching unarmed masses off to killing fields?

If an armed government is so omnipotent, why have so many armed governments gone to the effort and expense of gun confiscation?

The Turks did it to the Armenians. Lenin did it to Russians. Hitler did it to many Germans and all Jews. Stalin gave Russians a horrific double dose. And Mao, the world record holding mass murderer, did it to Red China.”
JPFO Founder Aaron Zelman, in an “Open Letter to Michael Savage” in 2009

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