Guns. You think you have enough until the zombies come. Sic semper tyrannis.
Monday, October 10, 2016
An Indispensable Reminder from my Firearms Instructor
Who are “dangerous?”
HRC said recently, “We are going to pass common-sense reforms, to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people.”
But, who are these “dangerous people” whom HRC considers inherently unfit to bear arms?
“Before my father died, he said the worst thing about growing old was that other men stopped seeing you as dangerous. I've always remembered that, how being dangerous is sacred, a badge of honor. You live your life by a code, an ethos. Every man does. It's your shoreline. It's what guides you home.
And trust me, you're always trying to get home.”
Lt Rorke (played by Rorke Denver ) in the 2012 feature film, “Act of Valor” Being personally honorable, and being “dangerous,” are inseparable! All men of honor are dangerous and are always see as such by the sleazy and amoral!
Just ask King George III!
HRC and her gaggle of leftist sycophants cringe at the approach of honorable men. They refuse to acknowledge the vital role honorable, dangerous men play in protecting society's
innocents from modern-day savages.
They are deathly afraid of us and our honorable ethos (having none themselves). Accordingly, they desperately want us all “defanged.”
So, when HRC talks about forcibly disarming “dangerous” people, that is the code-phrase for emasculating all who have the personal courage and honor to stand up for what is true and right.
It is not about an actual God or actual faith. It is a Mad, Dark Fraternity that permits its members to act out the most barbaric acts they can think of to fulfill their disturbed psycho/sexual perversions.
Ideas so good they must be imposed by force!
"There is no left and right. There is only tyranny and freedom."
"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom,go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you.
May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen." -Samuel Adams