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Feinstein and Fellow Gun-Grabbers Are Going For Broke

Feinstein and Fellow Gun-Grabbers Are Going For Broke



After reading Senator Dianne Feinstein’s new so-called “Assault Weapons” Ban, I can only describe it

After reading Senator Dianne Feinstein’s new so-called “Assault Weapons” Ban, I can only describe it
as the effective END of the Second Amendment in America



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    • Feinstein and Fellow Gun-Grabbers AreGoing For BrokeInfowars.comDecember 27, 2012The following first appeared on the AmmoLand.com website:After reading Senator Dianne Feinstein’s new so-called “Assault Weapons” Ban, I can only describe itas the effective END of the Second Amendment in America.The definition of an “Assault Weapon” in this bill is so broad you can drive a truck through it!They’re targeting EVERYTHING — rifles, shotguns and even handguns.You see, the gun-grabbers are going for broke.Even owners of supposedly “grandfathered” firearms will be treated like common criminals.If passed, Feinstein’s so-called “Assault Weapons” Ban would: – Ban the sale, transfer, importation, and manufacturing or 120 specifically named rifles, shotguns and handguns; – Ban the sale, transfer, importation and manufacturing of ALL firearms with a detachable
    • magazine and at least one “military characteristic” — which could mean just about anything that makes a gun “look scary.” – Bans the sale, transfer, importation, and manufacturing of magazines holding more than 10 rounds; – Force owners of ALL “grandfathered” weapons to undergo an intrusive background check and unnecessary fingerprinting; – Force owners of ALL “grandfathered” weapons to federally register their guns after obtaining permission slip from local law enforcement showing their guns are not in violation of state or local law. That’s right. If you own a $10 magazine that’s more than 10 rounds, you’ll have to register it with the BATFE in their National Firearms Registry.And you and I both know registration is only the first step toward outright confiscation. So don’t befooled.This isn’t some “pie in the sky” bill listing all the shiny new anti-gun provisions the gun-grabbers werehoping Santa Claus would bring them for Christmas.Vice President Joe Biden – who President Obama has put in charge of ramming new gun controlschemes through Congress – has already said he sees no reason why a new so-called “assault weaponsban” can’t pass.This is what you and I are facing. This is what you and I are up against. To defeat this radical scheme,I’m going to have to pull out all the stops to mobilize Second Amendment supporters all over thecountry.If you value your gun rights, I’m going to need your help too.I’ll continue to keep you updated on any new developments.For now, brace yourself.The stakes could hardly be any higher. And this is going to be one heck of a fight.For Freedom,Dudley BrownExecutive Vice PresidentAbout: The National Association for Gun Rights is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens’organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Constitutionally protected right-to-keep-and-bear-arms through an aggressive program designed to mobilize public opposition to anti-gunlegislation. The National Association for Gun Rights’ mailing address is P.O 7002, Fredericksburg, VA22404. They can be contacted toll-free at 1-877-405-4570. Its web address iswww.NationalGunRights.org American Gun Owners to be Fingerprinted and Registered: FeinsteinAnnounces Nightmare Plan
    • Facebook Purges Pro-Gun AccountsPaul Joseph WatsonInfowars.comDecember 27, 2012Massive act of censorship sees alternative media pages disappearedFacebook is purging accounts that carry pro-second amendment and pro-liberty information in acensorship purge that has accelerated over the past few hours, with innumerable pages beingdisappeared merely for posting legitimate political content.NaturalNews.com’s Mike Adams contacted us to alert us to the fact that “Facebook banned our accountfor posting this,” with an attached image of a Gandhi quote about how the British disarmed thecitizenry during their rule in India.The following is a list of Facebook accounts operated by individuals in the alternative media thathave been shut down by Facebook staff over the past 24 hours. Infowars writer Aaron Dykes andpolitical dissident Brandon J. Raub have also had their accounts deleted. Raub was snatched bypolice and forcibly imprisoned in a psychiatric ward earlier this year for posting political contenton Facebook. Infowars editor Kurt Nimmo also had his account suspended this morning.Kurt Nimmo (account suspended)Aaron Dykes (account inactive)Amber Lyon (account suspended)Brandon J. Raub (account inactive)Michael F Rivero (account inactive)
    • Anthony J Hilder (account inactive)William Lewis (account inactive)Richard Gage (account inactive)William Rodriguez (account inactive)Infowar Artist (account inactive)We are Change (account inactive)Wacboston At Twitter (account inactive)Michael Murphy Tmp (account inactive)Robert M Bowman (account inactive)Peter Dale Scott (account inactive)Jason Infowars (account inactive)Mike Skuthan (account inactive)Packy Savvenas (account inactive)Sean Wright (account inactive)Katherine Albrect (account inactive)It is important to stress that most of these accounts have not simply been temporarily suspended, theyhave been shut down completely. Some are now being reinstated after complaints. Accounts that havebeen suspended can still be seen but posting rights have been revoked.A 24 hour suspension was also placed on the Alex Jones Facebook account due to an image thatanother user had posted in which Alex Jones was tagged.One of the messages being received by users having their accounts suspended is displayed below. Inmost cases, users are not even being informed of why their page was suspended or deleted, withFacebook merely referring them to the company’s guidelines.Last week, we reported on how Facebook was suspending user accounts that questioned the officialnarrative behind the Sandy Hook school massacre.As we have previously highlighted, Facebook occasionally deletes images and posts that it claimsviolate “Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities,” yet constitute little more than politicalconjecture or a healthy skepticism of official narratives on current events.In September 2011, Infowars reporter Darrin McBreen was told by Facebook staff not to voice hispolitical opinion on the social networking website.Responding to comments McBreen had made about off-grid preppers being treated as criminals, the“Facebook Team” wrote, “Be careful making about making political statements on facebook,” adding,“Facebook is about building relationships not a platform for your political viewpoint. Don’t antagonizeyour base. Be careful and congnizat (sic) of what you are preaching.”
    • Anti-gun Hypocrite Michael Moore’sBodyguard Arrested for Unregistered GunInfowars.comDecember 27, 2012Michael Moore is engaged in a jihad against legal gun owners and Second Amendment advocates. Butdespite his self-righteous zeal, one of his body guards was arrested for something Moore and the anti-gun fanatics support – government firearms registration.From Fox News back in January, 2005: Filmmaker Michael Moore’s bodyguard was arrested for carrying an unlicensed weapon in New York’s JFK airport Wednesday night. Police took Patrick Burke, who says Moore employs him, into custody after he declared he was carrying a firearm at a ticket counter. Burke is licensed to carry a firearm in Florida and California, but not in New York. Burke was taken to Queens central booking and could potentially be charged with a felony for the incident. Moore’s 2003 Oscar-winning film “Bowling for Columbine” criticizes what Moore calls America’s “culture of fear” and its obsession with guns.
    • The Bill of Rights is not negotiable – SHAREthis urgent declarationMike AdamsNatural NewsDec 27, 2012There is a destructive,delusional memespreading like a virusamong many misguidedAmericans. It pushes theidea that government canpick and choose whichrights codified in the Billof Rights it wishes torecognize or discard onany given day.This delusion ispredicated on the conceptthat if a popular majoritycan be emotionallywhipped into a frenzy over one particular right, then that right can simply be discarded and strickenfrom the Bill of Rights.But no such power exists to discard any portion of the Bill of Rights, at least not without properratification by three-fourths of the fifty states. There is no such power found solely in the federalgovernment. There is no such power placed solely in the executive branch, nor in Congress, nor in theWhite House.The Bill of Rights describes a set of individual rights and liberties which are not granted bygovernment, but recognized as DIVINE rights given to use by our Creator. Because government nevergranted the rights in the first place, it has no authority to take them away.“The Framers of the Bill of Rights did not purport to “create” rights. Rather, they designed the Bill ofRights to prohibit our Government from infringing rights and liberties presumed to be preexisting.” –William J Brennan Jr.The individual liberties described in the Bill of Rights cannot be infringed, nor deleted, nor overriddenby popular opinion… not even loudly screamed opinion. America is not a nation ruled by the tyrannyof the mob. It isn’t even a democracy — it’s a republic, where certain inalienable rights describe theprotection of each individual, even if that individual is the lone voice of sanity in a majority gone mad.The Bill of Rights protects individuals from the tyranny of mob rule — a phenomenon that routinelyrears its head in any society where historical illiteracy is rampant and the masses are lulled into a stateof complacency by charismatic but dishonest leaders.
    • It was the extended amendments attached to theBill of Rights that outlawed slavery, guaranteeingindividual freedom to those of African descenteven in a time and place when the majority ofvoting citizens believed slavery was sociallyacceptable. And it was the Second Amendmentthat put firearms into the hands of those recently-freed slaves, ensuring that they could defendthemselves against attackers of any color throughthe powerful expression of armed defense (aidedby the laws of physics and certain materials fromthe table of elements, notably lead).Another amendment beyond the Bill of Rightsgranted women equal voting rights in an age whenthe majority believed women should not beallowed to vote. It was the Bill of Rights thatdecriminalized prohibition, ending a dark era of mass criminalization of everyday citizens who sufferedunder the oppression of government law enforcement gone bad.Yet today, incredibly, many African-Americans and women are actively assaulting the very documentthat first secured their own freedoms. They now wish to take their freedom and power and use it toenslave someone else by revoking other people’s rights under the Bill of Rights. This is the ultimatesocial betrayal, and it is a powerful demonstration of the principle that those who do not respectfreedom for others do not deserve it for themselves.The Second Amendment is not negotiableThe Right to Keep and Bear Arms — much like the Right of Free Speech — is not negotiable. Itsprotections are not subject to the whims of majority opinion, nor the screaming demands ofhyperventilating media personalities. All the social media trolls and opinion writers in the world cancomment all they want on the Second Amendment, yet the individual right to keep and bear armsremains immutable.Just like the Bill of Rights, the Second Amendment is not negotiable. No Governor, Senator orPresident has any power whatsoever to banish the Second Amendment, and any who attempt to opposeit only brand themselves as criminal traitors to the United States of America. Any active effort toeradicate the Second Amendment outside of law — without going through the proper process of stateratification for Constitutional amendments — is, by definition, an act of sedition against the UnitedStates of America and its people.Ironically, many who viciously attack the Second Amendment do so by invoking their free speechprotections under the First Amendment. Yet they seem blind to the realization that the First Amendmentitself is only made possible by the Second Amendment which balances power between the People andthe government, ensuring that the individual right to bear arms serves as a check and balance againstthe monopoly of violence every government inherently seeks.Disarmament of the populace is always the first step to depriving them of their civil rights and humanrights. Without the right to bear arms, there is no right to free speech, no right to due process, no rightto trial by jury and certainly no right to be secured against unreasonable search and seizure. Agovernment with a monopoly of force is a government that respects no boundaries and honors nolimits.
    • Grasping this point requires competent thinking, which is why so many who now flourish in Americaon the popularity of pop culture idiocy fail to understand it. It is intellectually lazy to blame gun rightsfor violence, requiring no depth of thought or reason. Only someone of higher awareness andpossessing the aptitude for multi-layered thinking can realize the critical importance of distributedfirepower in stopping government violence against the People. As Ron Paul recently said, “Governmentsecurity is just another kind of violence.”Ron Paul gets it. He understands that an imbalance of power in the hands of government inevitablyleads to mass violence waged against the People. Those who are currently screaming for the populationto be disarmed do not realize that in seeking to prevent one kind of violence (school shootings), theyare unleashing a far more disastrous and horrifying violence by allowing the government to monopolizephysical power over the citizens. This is a mistake that has been repeated throughout history, often atthe cost of tens of millions of destroyed lives. Click here to watch my short video documentary thatlays out these facts in more detail.The Second Amendment was put in place precisely for the purpose of making sure that futureAmericans would not fall for the same mistake yet again. That’s why it is the second highestamendment, right after the right of free speech, indicating its crucial priority in the enumeration ofsacred rights that must be protected at all costs.The Bill of Rights does not require your endorsementThe validity of the Bill of Rights does not require your endorsement. In fact, it encourages tolerance ofthose with whom you disagree.If you do not believe in the freedom of speech for those with whom you disagree, then you do notbelieve in it at all (a derivation of a quote from Noam Chomsky). If you do not believe in freedom ofspeech, then you do not believe in the Bill of Rights. And if you do not believe in the Bill of Rights,then you are not, at heart, an American. You are something else, something less evolved. Somethingarchaic and outmoded. The Bill of Rights is the single most important milestone in the history ofcivilized society because it lays out, with near perfection, the divine principle of INDIVIDUAL rightsand liberties that come directly from the Creator rather than from a “King” — also known as a dictator.“To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President,right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.”– Theodore RooseveltRatified in 1791, the Bill of Rights lifted human civilization out of the tar sands of tyranny and into theenlightenment of liberty. It was divinely inspired and stands eternal as the key milestone of humancompassion, justice and equality. To oppose the Bill of Rights is to oppose human progress. That’s whythe Bill of Rights is the single most progressive document that has ever been recognized by any nation.“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” –George WashingtonWhy the Bill of Rights extends through all time and innovationImportantly, the rights described in the Bill of Rights extend through all time and cover allinnovations and technological advances. It was not written to cover only those things that existed in1791, but rather to serve as a template of liberty encompassing innovation, advancement and all futureexpressions of those rights, regardless of what devices or technologies may come into existence.The Right to Free Speech, for example, does not merely protect speech written on scrolls or rolled outof a Gutenberg press. It covers all expressions of free speech, including speech expressed throughdevices that did not exist in the late 1700′s: e-books, websites, blogs, television programs, bumper
    • stickers and more. This very website, Natural News is apure expression of the First Amendment. It would seemfoolish and wrongheaded to argue that the FirstAmendment only applied to the printing press of the dayand not to modern-day websites or e-books, yet that isexactly what many misguided people argue today whenthey say the Second Amendment only applies to “Musketsand bayonets.”The Second Amendment guarantees your right to keepand bear the firearms of your time. What are thefirearms of our time? AR-15 rifles. 308 sniper rifles. 50caliber Barretts. 12-gauge shotguns. Handguns with nightsights and high-capacity magazines. Your right to own,carry, buy, sell and transfer these items is as solidlysafeguarded as your right to free speech. The Bill ofRights is not negotiable.Those who oppose the Bill of Rights are enemies ofAmericaSome misguided, if not treasonous, U.S. Senators, lawmakers and public servants in the executivebranch of government currently suffer under the dangerous misconception that the Bill of Rights onlyexists because they allow it to. They foolishly believe that they can selectively pick and choose whichrights to nullify via new legislation or by the stroke of an executive pen. This delusion is not merelywrong-headed and arrogant, it poses a grave threat to the Republic and all its future generations.Enemies of the Bill of Rights are enemies of America. Whether those enemies be found in the media, inCongress, in the Oval Office or on the streets of America, they are unworthy of being called“Americans” at all. Those who despise liberty do not deserve liberty. Those who deliberately andmaliciously attack the Bill of Rights do not deserve the protections of the Bill of Rights. Those whodespise the Constitution and its Bill of Rights are publicly indicating they would prefer to live assubjects, not Citizens. I propose that any who attempt to denounce Bill of Rights protections for othersmust first surrender their own rights and freedoms. Do not speak of taking away my SecondAmendment rights while you enjoy the protections of the First Amendment. Surrender all your rightsand freedoms first, because only then have you achieved the necessary moral consistency from whichyou can demand others be deprived of their rights. Relocate to North Korea, in other words, andbecome a subject of Kim Jong-un and then continue your assaults of the Bill of Rights as a Koreangulag blogger. Because only then will you know how much you have lost, and how much you shouldhave valued the liberties you so carelessly abandoned.The Bill of Rights is not negotiable. If you oppose it, you betray not only yourself, but all Americans.Please SHARE this urgent declaration. You have permission to re-post, with proper attribution.P.S. I will be hosting the Alex Jones Show this coming Friday, December 28th, during which I willdiscuss this topic in more detail. Tune in at www.Infowars.comGun Control is Genocide - documentary by Mike Adams VIDEO BELOWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=m9LWioXYaic http://www.infowars.com/