Gun Control

Is it really guns, or just the “entertainment” world?

1/7/2013:

I’m getting a bit tired of the argument to ban guns – when it’s a constitutional right. Even though it’s harder than ever to get a gun legally, and next to impossible to carry one unconcealed (they’ve been chipping away at that great document on many levels since it was signed), one has to wonder if it’s the guns themselves – or all the “violence” that has been so gloriously promoted in Hollywood.

Like that ridiculously hypocritical PSA that a bunch of actors released recently – when they themselves are promoting gun violence on the TV and movie screens – and getting filthy rich in the process. Someone made a video that shows how shallow these people are in their phony “message” to the world:

What about video games?

Below is a very popular “FPS” (first person shooter) called Max Payne 3 (we wrote about it last year because one part of it supposedly takes place right here in Hoboken).

So kids for the past 20 years have been de-sensitized about blowing people’s heads off. Hmmm. Did the guns make them do that? Or something else?

What next – some kids running around roof-tops in Hoboken blasting their glocks?

Citizens from other countries: “Never give up your guns!”

Lastly – one Hoboken411 reader shared this VERY INTERESTING blog post from a chap in Russia – who really understands history. He wrote a story entitled Americans Never Give Up Your Guns,” where he reminds everyone of the tragic track record with previous societies where similar circumstances took place under the guise of “public safety.” A total MUST READ.

“For those of us fighting for our traditional rights, the US 2nd Amendment is a rare light in an ever darkening room. Governments will use the excuse of trying to protect the people from maniacs and crime, but are in reality, it is the bureaucrats protecting their power and position. The excuse that people will start shooting each other is also plain and silly. So it is our politicians saying that our society is full of incapable adolescents who can never be trusted? Then, please explain how we can trust them or the police, who themselves grew up and came from the same culture?

No it is about power and a total power over the people.”

Carry on with your day, peons!

2nd Amendment: What has come over people?

1/2/2013 Update:

As I mentioned in my New Year’s Resolutions (i.e., life changes) post the other day – I’ve long given up on mainstream media (TV, print, etc.)

However, that does not mean I’m exempt from seeing the horrific messages they pound into the heads of regular readers and viewers. Like how they now attack the constitution on a daily basis!

Like this coordinated blitz from the NYC newspapers soon after the CT “shooting.” This is along the lines of the predictive programming plan that I mention a few weeks ago. There’s some kind of tragic event – quickly followed by some governmental “change” which is supposed to “better” the people. Yeah. I’m surprised that this tactic keeps working over and over. Humans are such easy marks these days now that they’ve collectively been dumbed-down.

However, those of us who’ve been awake, connected the dots long ago – and see what they’re doing. How come more of you aren’t awake yet? Why do you keep falling for it? Do your research!

Are you for or against gun control? (i.e., 2nd Amendment)

12/19/2012:

I’m sure many of you now have seen how “gun control” has become the big story after the Sandy Hook School shooting in Connecticut.

For those that might need help in forming your opinion – here’s a very relevant episode from Penn & Teller:

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26 Comments on "Gun Control"


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2 years 7 months ago

breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/0...rivilege-Fast-and-Furious-documents

There’s actually a memo relating to using F&F for what’s happening now, but when it was botched, they went to plan B.

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OpenEyes
2 years 7 months ago

Chicago the city with about the most strict restrictions on firearms/ self defense for law abiding people, suffer from an incredible high murder rate. Criminals are still always well armed.

Gun-free schools zones have not helped but instead made things worse, like the abject failure of The War on Alcohol, better known as Prohibition.

School shootings before ban 2
after Gun Free Zone 22

Lets instead look at mental health issues- we have no place to put people with severe problems – lets address this.

Parents stop letting your children play violent video games all day .
Why did Lanza mom let her son play video games and not require he do something positive with his life – work , go to school
there is an old saying ” Idleness is the devil’s workshop?

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john14
2 years 7 months ago

Hmmm. Obama going to announce executive orders to change the 2nd amendment tomorrow? Can it be that very act actually violates his oath of office to uphold the constitution?

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2 years 7 months ago

The office of the U.S. President had a requirement that no other high office had; no possibility of foreign influence, no possibility of being foreign subject through a non-citizen parent at time of birth. The reason was that the writers new that like the Old World, the Congress could become corrupt, same for all Court and rest of government, but the President could stop all that to protect the Constitution, which under the Supremacy Clause is the highest law which if violated, constitutes a high crime. In the Oath of Office, the President has the highest and most burdensome contract (yes, oath of office is a binding contract).

U.S. Constitution: Article Two, Section One, Clause Eight:

shall take the following Oath or Affirmation:–“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

The federal government in history has tried to stop this by passing the Alien and Sedition Acts to imprison those who practiced their free speech natural right (First Amendment bans government from infringement). The only thing they fear now is the Second Amendment which is the enforcement of the DoI when it says the following:

“But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security. — Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government.”

So when the President violates, or even issues executive order to infringe against the Constitution, no degree of DoJ argument of executive powers can make an excuse for committing a high crime. You have regular citizens who believe we have a democracy, in which 51% can legislate whatever they want without limitations (autocracy). They either know better, or their brains are so corrupt that they create a fantasy to justify the irrational.[quote comment=”219102″]Hmmm. Obama going to announce executive orders to change the 2nd amendment tomorrow? Can it be that very act actually violates his oath of office to uphold the constitution?[/quote]

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2 years 7 months ago

Pravda shares history of arms in Russia and confiscation thereafter… english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnist...28-12-2012/123335-americans_guns-0/

and remember how many millions were killed in the takeover between Russia, China, North Korea, Vietnam, etc

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2 years 7 months ago

All you anti-second amendment people are evil. Here is the consequence of the NY newspaper who published the names and addresses of lawful Americans who legally owned so that people like you could do something to them.

ex-burglar #1, “Having a list of who has a gun is like gold – why rob that house when you can hit the one next door, where there are no guns?”

ex-burglar #2, if you need a weapon, now you know where you can go to steal one

foxnews.com/us/2013/01/04/ex-burgla...e-job-easier-safer/?intcmp=trending

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oramaVO5
2 years 7 months ago

How many burglars have been shot at around here lately?
They rarely break in on surprised homeowners or tenants and when
they do, they run. Do you bring your piece with you when you go to the bank to
withdraw $200 in cash? And if so, perhaps an assault weapon is preferable.

Sorry, we do have the right to bear arms but nobody needs an assault weapon.[quote comment=”218978″]All you anti-second amendment people are evil. Here is the consequence of the NY newspaper who published the names and addresses of lawful Americans who legally owned so that people like you could do something to them.ex-burglar #1, “Having a list of who has a gun is like gold – why rob that house when you can hit the one next door, where there are no guns?”ex-burglar #2, if you need a weapon, now you know where you can go to steal one[/quote]

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2 years 7 months ago

Your last sentence if enacted as illegal law is tyranny. Let’s break down your sentence by substituting each one of the equally inalienable (irremovable) rights. Being inalienable means each right in the Bill of Rights are the same, untouchable.

Here’s your last sentence, in brackets are equal natural rights:

oramaVO5 wrote,
Sorry, we do have the right to bear arms but nobody needs an assault weapon [so let’s ban it].

Sorry, we do have the right to [freedom of religion] but nobody needs [Christianity, so let’s ].

Sorry, we do have the right to [free speech] but nobody needs [it against a President].

Sorry, we do have the right to [life, liberty and happiness] but nobody needs [to have all of those if the government says otherwise since government is the best thing that ever happened after I was kicked out of my childhood home at 18 by biological entities with legal claims to my conception, and all you mf’ers who thinks government is bad are all a bunch of selfish party-poopers who don’t know a good thing when you see it, how can you argue against a group of people who know better than you and should force you to do something since it’s good for you, huh?].

The Preamble to the Bill of Rights reminds government in clear language the following:

“THE Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added: And as extending the ground of public confidence in the Government, will best ensure the beneficent ends of its institution.”[quote comment=”218988”]How many burglars have been shot at around here lately? They rarely break in on surprised homeowners or tenants and when they do, they run. Do you bring your piece with you when you go to the bank to withdraw $200 in cash? And if so, perhaps an assault weapon is preferable.Sorry, we do have the right to bear arms but nobody needs an assault weapon.[/quote]

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HansBrix
2 years 7 months ago

I wouldn’t go as far as calling them all evil. Some are simply naive or seek status among their liberal peers by loudly parroting the most fashionable partisan bromides.

However, some come close, like the jackass who wrote this “let’s give up on the Constitution” op ed piece in the NYT:

nytimes.com/2012/12/31/opinion/lets-give-up-on-the-constitution.html

The faint smell of nacent facism is in the air, which should serve as a reminder as to why the 2nd amendment contains the gun references in the first place.[quote comment=”218978″]All you anti-second amendment people are evil. Here is the consequence of the NY newspaper who published the names and addresses of lawful Americans who legally owned so that people like you could do something to them.ex-burglar #1, “Having a list of who has a gun is like gold – why rob that house when you can hit the one next door, where there are no guns?”ex-burglar #2, if you need a weapon, now you know where you can go to steal one[/quote]