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Goodbye Second Amendment

After the Las Vegas shooting, we all knew that federal firearms regulations were coming.  It was inevitable.  After the NRA caved and supported restrictions on bump-fire stocks, most thought that the NRA had betrayed us all.  Others speculated that they were making a strategic move, that they knew something far worse was in the works, and that they were positioning themselves in the strongest possible position to oppose it.

Now we know.

Behold, I give you H.R. 3999, read it and weep.  This wonderful bill was brought to you by none other than the Republican party.  It states that:

To amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit the manufacture, possession, or transfer of any part or combination of parts that is designed and functions to increase the rate of fire of a semiautomatic rifle but does not convert the semiautomatic rifle into a machinegun, and for other purposes.

On the surface, that doesn’t sound catastrophic.  After all, bump-fire stocks aren’t as much fun as they look, and certainly aren’t practical (no, bump-fire stocks were not used in the Las Vegas shooting.  Do your research), but you will note that this bill doesn’t actually mention bump-fire stocks.  Rather, it is anything that increases the rate of fire of a semi-automatic weapon, but does not turn it into a machinegun.

Binary triggers are definitely out.  But what about light match triggers?  They increase the rate of fire, that’s the point.  What about that lightweight bolt carrier group you’ve got in your AR-15?  That increases the rate at which the bolt cycles, so it’s probably illegal, too.  Or maybe that skeletonized hammer on your favorite 1911?  Those travel faster, slightly increasing rate of fire.  What about sticking your finger through the trigger guard and into your belt loop to manually bump-fire the weapon?  Are they going to arrest you for possession of a finger, or possession of a belt loop?

Increase it from what?  No baseline is mentioned.  In fact, this bill is absurdly vague.  If we don’t know what an acceptable rate of fire is, how do we know when we are in violation?  And what does “and for other purposes mean?  The BATF is going to have a field day.

Do not think that just ambiguity is the result of polticians being stupid.  This bill was written by lawyers.  Lawyers generally have IQ scores between 115 and 130, and the balance of probability states that the people who wrote this bill are probably smarter than you are.  A lot smarter.  The vague language is deliberate.  Without specific definitions, BATF will interpret this bill to mean whatever they want it to mean.  The BATF is a firearms czar as it is, but with this bill in their quiver, they will be unstoppable.

Don’t think that this is for the public good, either.  Senator Diane Feinstein, gun grabber extraordinaire, said herself that she knew of no law that would could have stopped the Las Vegas shooting.  These people don’t want to stop mass shootings, but they know you do.  They want you disarmed and vulnerable, unable to resist the creeping tyranny of their totalitarian regime.

 

 

They also know that they can make you think or do anything they want by making you afraid of the tribe.  They know that you don’t want to go on a mass shooting, but they also know that the tribe is easily manipulated through fear.  If they can make the tribe afraid of terrorist attacks such as the Las Vegas shooting, the tribe will pressure its own members into giving up their second amendment rights.  People will be so afraid of being voted off the island and floated out to sea on an iceberg that they will give up their weapons out of that fear alone.  They want the tribe to think that gun owners are unsafe, violent, and frightening.  They want gun owners to be more afraid of angering the tribe than they are of their own totalitarian government.

Remember spirit cooking?  Remember pizzagate?  That never went away.  Many of these congressmen and congresswomen belong to Luciferian cults.  They offer up their own children to satanic ritual abuse.  Do you think they won’t kill yours?

What is the penalty for violation?  If caught, you will be charged with a felony and face up to five years in prison.  The Democrats (I would say liberals, but that doesn’t rule out the Republicans) are working on a bill of their own that would mean 10 years.

You have to decide now what you are willing to tolerate.  Will you give up your weapons?  If you do, I guarantee that gulag-style concentration camps are in your future.  It’s only a matter of time.  Will you resist through strength of arms?  You certainly won’t be alone, though only time will tell how many people will refuse to cave in.  After all, such a thing hasn’t happened here since 1776, and the population has changed a lot since then.

If you keep your weapons and you get caught, you’re going to prison.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to shower with a cork up my ass for the next five or ten years.  You will be torn away from your families, your careers will be ruined, and you will be surrounded by the lowest creatures in society.  What fun!

Why do you think the Las Vegas shooting was orchestrated, anyway?  The lone wolf story doesn’t make any kind of sense.  The alleged shooter was too old, too successful, didn’t display the kind of personality characteristics of a mass shooter, he had none of the stressors or trigger events, and he had no motive.  Las Vegas was a false flag to kill the silencer legalizing SHARE act, introduce body scanners to hotels and casinos, and introduce further firearms legislation.  If you give in now and allow H.R. 3999 to pass, it will only encourage further false flag terror attacks within the United States.  If you do not oppose H.R. 3999 the blood of the next Las Vegas will be on your hands.

The second amendment does not exist for hunting.  The second amendment protects the first amendment.  The first amendment is the foundation upon which all free societies are built.  Without it the citizenry has no say in their government and the people will be ruled by decree from their masters.  Freedom of speech is already under concerted attack.  If that has managed to somehow escape anyone’s notice, try to post a video on YouTube about bump-fire stocks.  See what happens.

America is the last bastion of freedom left on Earth.  Europe has already surrendered to globalist fascism and multiculturalism.  Canada is just as bad, especially after bill C-16.  Asia never really had freedom, and Australian firearms legislation is a joke.  If we lose freedom here in the United States there will be no other country on earth to take up the standard of liberty.  The entire world will fall under the banner of the Jesuit New World Order and their Ashkenazim banking elites, and no one will have the power to resist them.  The dream that is freedom will be lost FOREVER.

H.R. 3999 is being sponsored by ten Republicans.  Their names and offices are as follows:

 

 

I would like to point out that Carlos Curbelo is the son of Cuban exiles.  He also attended a Jesuit preparatory school.  Lleana Ros-Lehtinen was actually born in Cuba.  Ryan Costello doesn’t sound like a terribly northern European name, either.  This is our punishment for not maintaining our borders.

“One death is a tragedy; one million is a statistic.” -Joseph Stalin

You must contact your congressmen and/or congresswomen and demand that they oppose the passage of this bill.  Make it abundantly clear to them that their constituents will see to the end of their political careers if they do not.

As the video of Senator Diane Feinstein above makes clear, these people know that additional firearms regulation will do nothing stop crime.  Besides, last time I checked, mass murder is illegal and has been for some time.  Are we supposed to believe that criminals will be afraid of breaking some firearms laws, but perfectly willing to shoot hundreds of people?  What do you think the objective is here?  Why are they so desperate to take away your ability to defend yourself?  Do you really think that you will simply be left in peace if you give up your second amendment rights?  No, just the opposite.  Allowing this bill and others like it to pass will open the flood gates of hell, and there will no longer exist a mechanism by which we may close them again.  There will be no second chances.

262 million people were killed by their own governments in the 20th century.  Most of those deaths were not the result of war.  Civil disarmament immediately preceded genocide in the vast majority of cases.  It doesn’t take a genius to see where this is headed.

 
Petition against H.R. 3999:  https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/do-not-pass-hr3999

A Challenge to Cultural Christians

Over the course of the last two years there there has emerged a certain degree of respect toward Christianity within atheistic circles.  Prominent atheist thinkers such as Stefan Molyneux and Jordan Peterson, for example, have identified Christianity as the primary bulwark against the spread of cultural Marxism and its religious fetish, Islam, and have advocated employing Christian principles in the fight against these totalitarian forces.

It was not so long ago that atheists relentlessly trolled Christians, mocking them for believing in their “invisible sky God.”  One could neither mention the commandments of God nor faith in Jesus as being necessary or even beneficial for one’s life without withering ridicule.  However, this mocking has diminished in proportion to the growing awareness of the the utility of Christian principles in the fight against Marxism, and many atheists are now loudly proclaiming the value of Christian faith and virtue in public spaces without derision.

There’s just one problem:  They’re not real Christians.  Certainly, they understand that there is profit to be had in embodying Christian virtues, but that doesn’t make an individual Christian.  Moreover, Christian virtues are derived from the individual Christian’s experience.  You can try to divide them, but you will fail.

You see, these “cultural Christians” do not believe in the existence of God.  They believe that the scriptures were written by extraordinarily clever men in order to teach their people how to live good lives.  To them, there was no flood of Noah.  Jonah was never swallowed by a fish.  Sodom and Gomorrah were not destroyed by fire and brimstone from heaven, and may never have existed in the first place.  The exodus never took place.  Most importantly, they believe that the Son of God never incarnated himself in human flesh and blood to die for our trespasses and provide a template for a just and charitable life.

 

In other words, no.

 

The belief in the literal word of God is indispensable to possessing Christian virtue.  Without that belief, there will not be the trust or conviction in either the scriptures or God Himself necessary to subject one’s self to divine law and bring about a reformation of the mind.  Without a reformation of the mind there can be no revival of the spirit, and without a revival of the spirit the character cannot change.  If the character does not change, Christian virtues and principles cannot truly manifest.  Certainly, Christian virtues can be pretended at, but there will be no conviction behind them, and the pretender is doomed to failure and defeat.

Why does the cultural Christian discount the literal word of God?  I think it comes down to two factors.  On one hand, society demands they reject the scriptures.  Government schools mock God’s word, teaching its students that only superstitious fools would take it literally, and tickling their vanity by convincing them that they are intellectual giants by rejecting the Bible.  But when have these schools ever taught the truth about anything?  These are the same schools that teach that men and women are equal, that all races are exactly the same, and that pointing out any difference is tantamount to irrational bigotry.  They teach that fractional reserve banking is the most responsible means of managing the economy, that we should worship the state, and that endless foreign invasions are anything but a war crime.  They insist that boys are just broken girls, and drug and emotionally abuse those who dare to show any kind of original thought or initiative.  Why would you believe anything these people have to say?

On the other hand, I think, is a lack of paternal role models.  If Christianity is anything, it is a religion of fatherhood.  God acts as father to the believer, remaking in them a new spirit and adopting them into the Heavenly family.  The believer then surrenders their will to their new father, trusting in His benevolence and power.  But if that individual grew up in a single mother’s household and never had a father, or if their father was inconsistent, hypocritical, or abusive, how can the believer conceive of a loving, reliable, paternal God?  How can they ever trust their Father in Heaven without fear of being taken advantage of?

I offer this challenge to cultural Christians.  Set aside everything that the tribe demands you believe about Christianity and the scriptures.  Set aside any personal dislike of Christians you may have known, Christians who have betrayed their divine mandate and trespassed against you.  Reallocate your free time for a little while to see if the scriptures are truly without historical support.

How should you do this?  When performing research, the researcher never tests the hypothesis, as that is impossible.  One would have to prove the hypothesis in every possible scenario, and that is beyond human capability.  Instead, the researcher must test the opposite of the hypothesis, known as the null hypothesis.  If you can prove the null hypothesis, then the hypothesis is proved false, and the researcher has gained knowledge.

What is the hypothesis of the cultural Christian?  It is that, though Christianity has some useful ideas about how to live your life, the scriptures are without historical validity and not literally true.  Therefore you must test the null hypothesis, and attempt to find evidence in the archaeological record that provides support for the events recorded in the scriptures.  Only when you have made your best attempt and failed can you be certain that your original skepticism was proven correct.

For what should you search?  I recommend that you look for Noah’s ark, resting in the mountains of Ararat.  Search for the blasted ruins of Sodom, Gomorrah, and the other cities of the plain.  Examine the granaries of Joseph, buried beneath the sands of Saqqara.  Explore Mount Sanai in Midian, the rock of Horeb from which water flowed for Israel, and the chariots of Pharaoh Thutmose III which lie submerged beneath the Gulf of Aqaba.  Dig into the documents of ancient Egypt in search of records of Moses.  Search for the remains of the giants of Canaan and their megalithic architecture.  Attempt to locate the Ark of the Covenant and the first temple furniture.  Thoroughly search these things out, and only then come back here and tell me that the God of the Bible is a myth employed by scribes to exert control over society.  If you find no such evidence, rest assured that you were right all along, but if you do find evidence, consider that you may have just discovered the secret weapon to defeating cultural Marxism, resisting Islam, and saving yourself in this life and the life to come.