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Old 04-13-2019, 03:17 AM   #46
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Originally Posted by slackwarenewbee View Post
'guns are just an extension of our stupidities'

A lot of people live WAY OUT where there is nothing around them.

Yes.That would be incredibly stupid to live out there without firearms in he home.

So.They do have them.

BIG DIFFERENCE between living there and in a crowded city where police are only

minutes away.

Maybe when the bad guys show up you could show them all the things you wrote against

guns and would they please not hurt you.

Sounds like the heigth of stupidity there.
Why; lions, tigers, bears or are hill folks too dumb to garden and not kill?

Bad guys are a part of evolution too but I assure you if everyone who believes in guns and\or necessary evils whould just shoot themselves in the face,,, instant evolution!-Humans-2.0 (Oh but then extraterrestrials whould come and we'd be helpless... )

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Old 04-13-2019, 07:04 AM   #47
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It makes perfect sense. Without the right to protect your rights from a tyrannical government then you do not have any rights. This is the foundational piece of Americas founding. The individuals rights are enshrined in the constitution protecting them from the government, then the 2nd amendment is to ensure the individuals do not lose the other rights. It is important to note that when Americas framers/founders created the US Constitution they were doing so in order to protect the new nation from the wrongs of the European states. They very much looked at Europe as an example of how not to govern, if we want freedom from tyranny.

Read the works and writings of the founders it is very enlightening, also read their letters to each other.
this very well maybe. Just to point out that the majority of the people that wrote and signed this piece of paper where deist, and freemasons. They fled England to get away from the Protest-ant Church of England rule. That is where freedom of religion has it roots. It is not so that people have the freedom to worship God. Because England was not a country that did not believe in God. It is so that the new Country could have man made rights to worship God how ever they see fit. Not how God tells them to even. Hench the word Protest - ant. Not prodestant. Which isn't a real word.

A Country that uses the 10 Commandments as its basis for its basic established laws, and does not even follow them all. The death penalty, and adultery for example, while ruled under the slightly modified pagan Governmental system of the Romans. It was established in a state of contradiction with itself.

If you examine the laws and how they work in the US. One is only living under a false pretense of freedom that is baked thickly in the blood of others.

Where Lady Justice wears a blindfold because she has no idea of what the truth is. (she is blind to the truth, hence the blindfold.), and the a place of business will trough away its product rather then give it to the needy. Let a man starve of hunger then give him the food it tosses away in the garbage because it did not sell in that days market.

It is a capitalistic country that believes in Money more then the words it puts on its money, in God we trust. Uses dead men for its image on its money to symbolize it is your (the person whos in possession of it) money, because one cannot give it back to a dead man, yet they keep wanting it back. Contradiction runs through the veins of America. The US of A was build on hypocrisy and lies.

It hides its tyranny and atrocities so that others will not see them, and the ones in plain sight no one really does anything about it.

(separate the children of its parent, and deport the parents. For example.)

In (some) Europe countries, they flip cars and burn things to show its country that its people will not stand for it. which I think is really cool!

USA, you have to get a permit to protest.
Quote:
Third, government cannot use an insurance requirement to bar a
protest by a group that unsuccessfully attempted to obtain
insurance. ... When Chicago law requires a permit to protest, and
the First Amendment does not excuse the absence of a permit,
protesters without a permit might be arrested or prosecuted.
and the states follow suit in that law.


and,because I have freedom of speech I can say all of this, without, supposedly without fear of retaliation, or no one within the US Government can legally do anything about it, supposedly, and I do not have a gun. If I do get a gun. I have to let the government know I am now a potential threat to it by means registration of same said gun.

If that means anything to anyone else.

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Old 04-13-2019, 10:10 AM   #48
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slackwarenewbee,

You seem to be forming a pattern here. While I've been reticent to ban specific topics, LQ remains predominantly a technical fora and *all* of your recent posts have been in general and seemingly purposefully divisive. I'm going to ask you to refrain from posting in general at all for a while. Failure to do so will result in your posting privileges being revoked. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly.

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