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Philip Alpers. (Photo: Youtube)

Philip Alpers. You can learn more about him and his anti-gun advocacy efforts in the video below. (Photo: Youtube)

So, CNN did a nice job this week of trolling gun owners. The news network allowed a dude by the name of Philip Alpers to write an op-ed, entitled, “Trump or Clinton, Stricter Gun Control Is Inevitable.

Who the heck is Mr. Alpers?

Well, when it comes to being a proponent for gun-grabbing, he has credentials that would make even Mikey Bloomberg a little jealous. Here it is:

Philip Alpers is founding director of GunPolicy.org, a global project of the Sydney School of Public Health, which compares armed violence, firearm injury prevention and gun law across 350 jurisdictions world-wide. A member of the UN’s Program of Action on small arms since 2001, Alpers participates in the UN process as a member of the Australian government delegation.

To recap, Alpers checks all the boxes. Founder of an anti-gun nonprofit. Check. Member of UN’s gun-grabbing task force. Check. Australian bureaucrat. Check.  University professor.  Check.

You’ll recall that the land down under forced its citizens to participate in a national buyback program that pretty much eviscerated one’s right privilege to keep and bear arms. Remember, when rights aren’t codified in a country’s founding document, they’re considered privileges which means it’s much easier for the government to put them on the chopping block.

Anyways, in the CNN article, Alpers made his case for why tougher gun laws are inevitable here in the US.

“Unique to the United States, the Second Amendment to the Constitution is just that — an amendment. As with universal suffrage, the abolition of slavery and Prohibition, Americans are free to change an outdated law when they so choose,” wrote Alpers. “The solution to armed violence, America’s fatal flaw, is not unthinkable.”

Yeah, because owning and carrying firearms to defend ourselves is pretty much the same as denying women participation in government and keeping human chattel.  Give me a break!

Anyways, Alpers is suggesting that we trash the Second Amendment and go the way of Europe and other countries that have instituted mandatory buyback schemes.

“In many other nations, improvements are well under way,” wrote Alpers. “Latin Americans, for example, suffer gun death rates to make your toes curl. For this reason Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia joined Australia, the United Kingdom and democratic countries in the Pacific Rim in mounting massive national disarmament and firearm destruction programs, each followed by fewer gun deaths.”

What’s humorous is one doesn’t need to look to hard to debunk Alpers claims. Back in March, NPR ran a story entitled, “Brazil Has Nearly 60,000 Murders, And It May Relax Gun Laws.”

That’s right. The story helped to shine a light on the fact that tough gun laws don’t translate to lower crime rates.

To give you an idea, in 2014, nearly 60,000 people were murdered in Brazil. Most of them were killed by bad guys with guns. That’s a lot of killing. This despite the fact that to get a gun in Brazil one must cut through a lot of red tape, such as: one must have a fixed address, prove legitimate income, have no criminal record, pass a mental health test, satisfy a training requirement proving proficiency, and provide ‘good cause’ to the government on why one needs a firearm, e.g. a police report documenting an attack.

In short, it’s a may-issue hellhole for prospective gun owners. Not surprisingly, many law-abiding citizens are not able to get the means to protect themselves (Brazil boasts a civilian gun ownership of 8 guns per 100 people).

In the United States, by comparison, we average around 8,500 gun murders per year. However, we also have 116 million more people living in the U.S. than in Brazil (U.S. population: 316 million; Brazil population 200 million). Plus, we have an average of 88 guns per 100 people.

Now, if you combine our massive population with our incredibly permissive gun laws and the fact that we have more guns per capita than any other nation, surely we should lead the world in gun murders. Well, we don’t. As mentioned, Brazil has close to seven times the number of murders. What gives then? Where does Alpers argument fall apart?

To quote Brazilian Congressman Edson Moreira, a proponent for relaxing gun laws in his country, from the NPR article, “Brazil doesn’t have a gun problem. It has a problem of illegal guns in the hands of criminals, especially drug traffickers.”

Bingo! The truth is that gun murders are not a product of the number of guns in a country nor the relative strength of a nation’s gun laws, rather they are a result of the number of criminals in a society. Therefore, the best way to tackle gun violence — or any violence for that matter — is to foster a society that (a) creates fewer criminals and (b) does an effective job of taking existing criminals off the streets.

Yet, people like Alpers will never concede this fact. Instead, they’ll continue to trumpet the call for eliminating one’s right to keep and bear arms, inch by inch.

“But as with the toll of road-related deaths, a range of long-term public health initiatives will gradually work in parallel to save countless lives,” wrote Alpers. “Gun buyer background checks, micro-stamping of firearms and ammunition as a crime-busting tool, smart guns that only the owner can fire — and yes, licensing and registration — must ever so slowly become the norm.”

A fool’s errand if there ever was one. The purpose of these measures is not to reduce gun-related violence, but to fail to reduce gun-related violence thereby priming the pumps for more gun control. For example, we know that the Clinton-era ban on “assault weapons” was ineffective. The CDC has said as much. So, why are anti-gunners still pushing for a renewed ban on black rifles if all the stats show it was ineffective? The answer is because that last one didn’t go far enough, in their minds. We need to do more. That’s their mission, to keep doubling down on failed policies until total and complete civil disarmament is achieved.

When background checks fail, we need registration. When registration fails, we need confiscation. When confiscation backfires, we need to eliminate pro-gunners aka patriots. Yup, that’s the endgame.  To totally kill the autonomy and personal freedoms of the individual.  How else can one explain their intractable commitment to ignoring facts, reason, and the Constitution?

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  • Francis J. Kieras November 5, 2016, 12:17 pm

    In the future, COUNT ME OUT!!!

    • HAROLD SHEETS November 6, 2016, 1:23 am

      I this is what our united nation has to offer AYERS then we need to abolish it all togeather! we can defend our true friends and they can help pay for what needs to be done. Unlike most of them on a free ride and wont pay. Our government needs to fix this and Hillary Clinton as did OBAMMA cant and wont.

  • Francis J. Kieras November 5, 2016, 12:15 pm

    Amen, Amen I say to you. You call it if it fits. Also do not register anything including your hunting dog.
    Guns America. Did not know there were time limits.

  • Francis J. Kieras November 5, 2016, 12:13 pm

    Amen, Amen I say to you. You call it if it fits. Also do not register anything including your hunting dog.

  • Francis J. Kieras November 5, 2016, 12:06 pm

    Three comments: Rick is right and anyone who wants my piece will have to grab it by the barrel and pull. Also, can we clean up some of the language?

    • HAROLD SHEETS November 6, 2016, 1:13 am

      RUN THIS AYERS OUT OF TOWN PEOPLE. he surely is not an American and not allowed to speak on our behalf so I ask why is he speakeing? Do your civic duty.

  • Francis J. Kieras November 5, 2016, 12:06 pm

    Three comments: Rick is right and anyone who wants my piece will have to grab it by the barrel and pull. Also, can we clean up some of the language?

    • DRAINO November 6, 2016, 7:22 am

      We CAN clean up some of the language. But we DON’T HAVE TO!!!!. Freedom of speech/freedom of press sound familiar? There is also a freedom for you to go away if you don’t like it…..Feel free to exercise that particular freedom…..simply click the little “x” in the upper right hand corner of the browser. B-Bye!

  • Francis J. Kieras November 5, 2016, 11:58 am

    Now is the time to start to nix tighter gun control. We can’t wait until it is too late. Let us go NRA.

  • Ringo Lapua November 5, 2016, 10:39 am

    Gun Control? I PRACTICE GUN CONTROL EVERY DAY.
    1. I strictly carry only in places where CC is lawful (even though I risk my life in stupid gun free zones).
    2. I ALWAYS know where my guns are and NEVER leave my guns loaded or unloaded in accessible, unsafe areas
    3. I insure all my guns and keep photos and serial numbers in a separate place.
    4. I always assume that my guns are loaded and aware of where the barrel is safely pointed.
    5. I always am aware who is in close range, medium range and long range.
    Yes, I could go on and on about personal gun control and how stupid people are to think that the government can actually enforce gun control on a public majority who is absolutely against it. If the government leaders were wiser, they would take a more positive roll in reducing gun crimes (gun thefts etc.) and gun accidents. Rewarding gun owners by giving tax credits or deductions for purchasing gun safes and providing no interest loans to purchase gun safes. HOW BOUT DAT LIBERAL IDEAR PEEPS?

    • matt i November 5, 2016, 11:31 pm

      I don’t care where I am, I carry, I don’t care my safety and my family, is all I care about. I don’t care if I get killed do it.

    • DRAINO November 6, 2016, 7:15 am

      You can keep your tax breaks/credits/cheap loans for safes…..think about it….once you claim that, they now have a record that you likely have firearms. It’s no ones stinking business IF I have guns OR a safe. And…some stupid little sign that says no guns allowed isn’t going to keep me from protecting my family. Additionally, You can keep YOUR gun control…..My guns are LOADED….all the time……except when being cleaned……and it’s nobodies stinking business but mine.

  • Mark November 5, 2016, 2:10 am

    Anty Trump propaganda!! Trumo is for guns, Clintons gnag and all his kocher sponosr they are contr guns.

  • Walker November 4, 2016, 11:33 pm

    Another communist to go along with Obama & the clintons.

    • HAROLD SHEETS November 6, 2016, 1:02 am

      We as Americans has let to many of these outside foreign countries invade our way of life and it needs to stop now while we still have some freedom to live with. If there is anything to learn in history is remember GERMANY got everyone name in the countrys they were to overrun with names and addresses who had guns. Do we as a nation of good people want this to possibly happen here? Believe me as long as we have guns in our possession no hostile power will ever try this. To many happy people and HUNTER.

  • Winston November 4, 2016, 10:18 pm

    The EU is an Dulles OSS association that came about during the early 1950s and has been run by the US. That western Europe has no civilian firearms ownership to speak of today is the fault of foreign agent politicians put into power by the US.

  • ron mexico November 4, 2016, 4:48 pm

    Unlike Australia and most of the rest of the world, the U.S. has black males. We need our guns.

    • Francis J. Kieras November 5, 2016, 11:59 am

      Ron in Mexico, NOT NICE!!

    • Keith November 6, 2016, 9:43 am

      The problem is not black males. The problem is almost always the lack of a father that is willing to teach morals such as working to earn your daily food. Too many people want a free ride or think they can just take it from others. Also too many do not equate having sex with pregnancy. Sex is not just a fun recreational activity. If you have sex be prepared for pregnancy because that is what it leads to.

      Employers also need to make profits to stay in business but also should not put unreasonable demands on their workers. We do not need more laws in the United States just more people who are willing to be decent and moral people.

  • mtman2 November 4, 2016, 4:03 pm

    The Bill of Rights maybe Amendments- however they supercede the Constitution itself or it would never have been allowed by the union of Sovereign States to have been ratified.
    They came directly from and defined “certain unalienable Rights” in the Declaration of Independence. So screw anyone that doesn’t like it and wants to relegate those 10 in with the Johnny come lately’s from q1 on- most wihich are skewed or illegal anyhow…

  • Kim Chul Soo November 4, 2016, 3:54 pm

    Well Philip,
    Just come and get’em you left wing bag of monkey crap. See how that works out for ya!

  • Joe November 4, 2016, 2:54 pm

    I guess I’ll just have to use a knife to slice his throat

  • loupgarous November 4, 2016, 2:20 pm

    Alpers should go back home and agitate for control of heavy glass tumblers in Australian pubs, the predominant weapon in aggravated assaults there. He might also look at the dramatic increase in aggravated assault, rape and other violent crimes in his own country, things which increased as the right to keep and bear arms in Australia and Great Britain declined.

  • skipNclair November 4, 2016, 12:30 pm

    That which favors the evil you speak for and work for is considered inevitable by you and he, but he and your kind will never get the inevitable goal you wish for,

  • FEIGMO November 4, 2016, 12:08 pm

    Perhaps Mr. Alpo should ‘help’ Africa where gun control is sorely needed.

  • Lee Blackman November 4, 2016, 11:45 am

    The whole point of the UN was to prevent another nuclear war…. Well the USSR collapsed, and frankly so should the UN. There isn’t any need for the UN, its just a disgusting means by which 3rd world dictators can pilfer money from the western world. I say out right disband and defund the UN… As being pretty much THE big money bags behind the UN, if we pull out, it will for sure collapse.

    Forget a one world government. There are 7 billion folks in the world, and frankly not enough wealth, energy, or resources to go around for everyone. This is what wars are fought over, and there is a purpose for it. You want to be a globe or poor folks? Personally I’d rather be the man with the gun living in the ivory tower. We have weak leaders constantly trying to pickup third world nations on our shoulders… let them fail and collapse. There’s a reason they are 3rd world, and thats their problem, and they will have to build for themselves. We need to stop giving everyone a hand up, and make America the great global super power it used to be. Its time to start taking and taking back. And by god, someone please start firing these stupid libtard college professors… They need to get back to teaching, and stop preaching…

  • Ranaldo Alonso November 4, 2016, 11:40 am

    Mr. Alpers can shove his UN Agenda up his sorry, pathetic and moronic ass. It’s nimrods like him that are the worlds real enemy. No common sense and too stupid to know that guns are just a hunk a iron that do nothing unless someone decides to use it in a harmful way. He might as well consider banning baseball bats, hammers, screwdrivers, knives etc, etc. It makes no difference because most criminals don’t buy guns legally anyway. This entire global plot to take our guns is not about preventing crime at all people, it’s about controlling the masses. If were armed, they know they can’t have total control over us. That’t their “Real Agenda”. Don’t ever think otherwise. If you do so, your just as sorry, pathetic and moronic as Mr. Asswipe of the U. N.

  • George November 4, 2016, 11:22 am

    As a teenager I spent quite a few summers in Eastern Europe. After seeing what life is like under the iron fist of communist rule I would give up my life before let liberal elites like Alpers disarm me and remove my right to protect my family and God given freedoms. There is fundamentally no difference in ideology between the progressive left (folks like Alpers, Clinton, Bloomberg) and the political system I witnessed first-hand living under the rule of elite politicians and oligarchs that ran the country. Alpers and HRC would be totally at home in a one party totalitarian state. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. It can happen here if we are not vigilant!

  • Snakeye November 4, 2016, 11:14 am

    Hmm..and this is coming from a country that was formed with criminals from the mother country. Yeah I am really going to listen to this asshole

  • Rickey Morris November 4, 2016, 11:10 am

    Add to that the crime rate in Australia went up starting the first year after they took the guns as listed here.
    The first year results are now in: Australia-wide, homicides are up 3.2 percent, Australia-wide, assaults are up 8.6 percent; Australia-wide, armed robberies are up 44 percent (yes, 44 percent!). In the state of Victoria alone, homicides with firearms are now up 300 percent. (Note that while the law-abiding citizens turned them in, the criminals did not and criminals still possess their guns!

    I’ts worse now with every year, so we know there is another reason the UN wants our guns. We have the largest free standing Armed Militia in the world in our Citizens. That’s why no one has successfully attacked us directly, and they want that to change.

  • Brian November 4, 2016, 11:04 am

    These are the type of men that remind me how grateful we should be for our founding fathers who knew that the only defense against tyranny is a well armed militia. Down with the Kim jong Clinton and her socialistic pants suits!!!!!! Eight years of a president who makes me want to vomit is more than enough!

  • Jim November 4, 2016, 10:57 am

    No it is NOT inevitable! We will elect Donald Trump as our President and he will appoint anywhere from one to three, possibly four new Supreme Court Justices, all of whom will respect and retain the 2nd Amendment as it stands and maybe even strengthen it with their rulings. The UN has NO POWER over the USA, much less the States!

  • Larry November 4, 2016, 10:47 am

    Save our Constitutional God given rights. Save America. Vote Trump/Pence 2016. The only game in town that has a chance to preserve our American way of life.

  • Russ November 4, 2016, 10:30 am

    The only thing that is inevitable,is dead Traitors.

  • JoshO November 4, 2016, 10:27 am

    We are eventually going to have to round up and kill all the liberals. That is what is inevitable.

  • michael paciello November 4, 2016, 10:10 am

    Albert how about a little criminal control so as to leave the law abiding citizens alone. Idiots like you will cause the next uprising in this country. You will not like the results. Why do you think no country has attempted a United States invasion? Perhaps they don’t want to face our standing citizen army combined with our regular military. What does it take to educate the left wing radicals. If they attempt t destroy the 2nd A, all the others will fall. All hell will break loose. Hope you have the means to protect your loved ones.

  • gary November 4, 2016, 10:01 am

    The UN wants One World Government (THE UN) IT CAN GO F ITSELF!!!!!!! They need to sent off our soil with their tail between their legs. and never allowed back.

  • Jim November 4, 2016, 9:40 am

    F u

  • Alan November 4, 2016, 9:11 am

    Aaand history shows that once tyrannical Govts. become established, the Govt. ITSELF becomes the primary criminal element.
    Here in America, another inevitability is revolution.
    And all that goes with revolution.
    Such as lists. The Govt. will have lists, don’t these Bozo’s understand that the revolutionaries will have lists too?
    Who in their right mind wants to be on a list that will put them up against a wall when the revolution comes?
    There seems to be a LOT of those people who aren’t in their right mind.

  • steve c November 4, 2016, 8:47 am

    Phil…..Just a note and a safety note……..If you come to take my guns, please be careful. The barrel is going to be hot.

  • Luke Brown November 4, 2016, 8:41 am

    This article is perfectly SPOT on, along side many others that take common sense & practicality into deep consideration. Unfortunately they are being ignored purposely as articles from the opposition are being bosted into the mainstream with bogus facts & right out FAKE or twisted numbers. It is all being done for a specific reason by a globalist funded & operated plan to make slaves of the masses. They have infiltrated & have strong influence in every branch of gov, politics, media & entertainment. What better way for a fed backed force of crooked criminals to get the highest levels of compliance from there slaves, than keeping us dumbed down & pacified with social media, new gadgets, new movies/TV & loads of other propagandic crap in all aspects of our lives? Keep tabs on us by forcing us to check in with the fed slave masters each year, to prove we are buying our health care, staying connected to the utility grid & always, always paying our dues. Is this not the whole reason we fled England in the 1st place?!? This is only the overwhelming tip of an ugly iceberg that will inevitably show itself with the promising intent to soon sink us. So remember the reason why this amazing amendment is around for our advantage in the 1st place, to protect the people from a TYRANNICAL GOV!!! The best slave is a dumb one & ignorance will ALWAYS be bliss…

  • Tom Jefferson November 4, 2016, 8:36 am

    When are people going to learn. WE have a right to protect ourselves, our family, property and way of life whether there is a 2nd Amendment or not. THE 2ND AMENDMENT DOES NOT GIVE US THE RIGHT TO OWN A GUN. The 2A requires the government to protect and enforce that right. RIGHTS ARE NOT A GIFT FROM THE GOVERNMENT.

    • Paul November 4, 2016, 10:30 am

      You sir sound like a Democrat who defines laws to his or her likings.

      • ExNuke November 4, 2016, 10:57 am

        Paul did your reply get posted to the wrong comment?

      • JoeUSooner November 4, 2016, 2:00 pm

        No, Paul…
        He is exactly and precisely correct… legally, morally, ethically, philosophically, and practically.

        • kane November 4, 2016, 5:51 pm

          TJ made perfect sense.

  • MartinCohn November 4, 2016, 8:18 am

    He should put on his little blue helmet and give it a whirl.

  • BR549 November 4, 2016, 8:02 am

    I think that what is inevitable is the wrath of an intentionally spiritually squashed global population to support a self-appointed parasite class finally getting fed up enough with piss-poor management and then lining the streets with the “elites” hanging from the trees.

    People around the world will be ready for SELF-disarmament when other people pretending to possess the managerial acumen to oversee them realize that no one is different. As long as the parasite class continues to violate the body of man, mankind will have to continue evolving its immune system to accommodate the elitist pathology.

    We will know we have reached a state of disarmament when weapons lie unused, as historical memorabilia, somewhere scattered in people’s basements and no one can remember a time when they were needed …. for ANY reason. So, as long as this “parasite class” feels the need to isolate itself as different from the rest of humanity, they will unconsciously be creating the energy that will eventually take them down. The cycles, unfortunately, are not short ones.

    • Jack daugherty November 4, 2016, 8:57 am

      Amen.

    • Ranaldo Alonso November 4, 2016, 11:47 am

      Right on Jr. Sample (BR549).

  • Rodney Jr November 4, 2016, 7:53 am

    I really love it when some elitist wants to tell me how I should run my life…
    I have friends in Australia and they say that the gun buyback is “not so great”
    Get the U.S. out of the U.N.
    Get the U.N. out of the U.S.
    I’ll bet he has armed security people

    • gary November 4, 2016, 9:57 am

      AMEN to that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Let them take the Obamas and Clintons of the world with them!!!!

    • Ranaldo Alonso November 4, 2016, 11:48 am

      Amen Bro!

  • AK November 4, 2016, 7:42 am

    Another limey f*** living off a gummint tit.

    C’mon over, laddibuck…..we’ll party with my M1905 bayonet…..

  • Rick November 4, 2016, 7:35 am

    NEVER REGISTER GUNS….

  • Ramon Martinez November 4, 2016, 7:33 am

    Yo give you an Idea how gun law work in Puerto Rico.
    1. You must hace.a license from the local Police Department
    2. No criminal récord . Be 21 years old.
    3. Once you buy a gun, you must filll a federal aplication, ( nick check ) if they don’t fine any récord of you
    The gun shop will give you the gun you bought, then you must take a safety test, before they hand you
    the gun.
    4.All Guns aré register with the local police and the federa agency.
    5 For práctice shooting you must have a permit with the license the police give u.
    6. You can buy any quantity of ammo for your type of gun.
    7. You must belong to a shooting club, and register any time you practice, with the gun.
    8. You license must be on you always, when you have ir gun.

    • gary November 4, 2016, 9:59 am

      Can you say GASTAPO !!!!!!!! oh and Nazi state………….

  • JGlnNJ November 4, 2016, 5:49 am

    What is inevitable is that advances in manufacturing technology will make it easier for individuals to create weapons and harder for governments to control them.

  • JGlnNJ November 4, 2016, 5:47 am

    Many citizens in the world would be better off if they had a 2nd amendment right.

  • Tom Horn November 4, 2016, 4:48 am

    This coming from a bloke from the British Empire. Weren’t these the folks that used to rule over us? I believe they tried to restrict our right to bear arms a couple of centuries ago.

    Watch out for the international community. Remember the international gun ban treaty SOS John Kerry signed back in 2015?
    If ratified, these treaties are binding on U.S. Citizens. Look for more of these end-around attacks on your 2A rights if Hillary is elected.

    • Kraig Bissonnette November 4, 2016, 8:55 am

      Incorrect, in Reid v. Covert, 1957, the Supreme Court has already ruled that the U.S. Constitution supersedes international treaties ratified by the senate.

      • Tom Horn November 5, 2016, 6:07 am

        Darn it Kraig,

        And, the feds keep telling me that we can’t change Dove hunting season because the Migratory Bird treaty of 1916.

    • Joe McHugh November 5, 2016, 9:44 am

      Tom Horn, actually that international gun ban is effective right now. As soon as a representative of our government signs a treaty, it has the force of law. The government could enforce it, but obama lacks the courage to do it. Even he understands the outrage such action would cause.

      This is the thing, treaties become law when they are signed. Thereafter, treaties stay law unless the Senate of the United States fails to ratify them in a vote. Now here is the fun part for the would-be tyrants of our government. The Senate has no requirement to bring a newly signed treaty up for a ratification vote. Get the picture? The signed treaty is a law, and stays a law, until it is brought up for a vote in the Senate. obama or a President Hillary could write an executive order that restricts guns and justify it by citing the newly signed, but as yet, unratified treaty.

      There was a legitimate reason for making a treaty’s stipulations enforceable before it is brought up for a vote in the Senate. Back in 1789, the copies of a treaty had to travel by slow boat to the governments that signed them. Then the Senators of the various states had to travel to Washington from their home states if they were away from there. All of this could take months to accomplish.

      The Founding Fathers had to consider travel time when they wrote the regulations for ratifying a treaty. What they did not think of was the outright manipulation of those regulations for political advantage. I mean, what leader in 1789 thought that some “leaders” in 2015 would slow-walk a vote date for a newly signed treaty? Worse, there is no deadline for bringing a treaty to a ratification vote.

      A Senate dominated by Democrats and RINOs is NOT the friend of the Second Amendment. If the Hildabeast wins the election, the first thing she would obviously do, is to issue an executive order to ban assault rifles, you know, AR 15 type rifles. She would make a statement something like this: “In order to bring America into compliance with the international restrictions on gun proliferation, I have issued an executive order to ban all sales of all assault weapons, including the AR-15 type rifles, by licensed gun dealers or
      in private sales between individuals.”

      The millions of AR-15 owners would, of course, be required to surrender their rifles for immediate destruction. Bet those gun owning citizens wouldn’t see that one coming!

  • Klang November 4, 2016, 3:34 am

    Another delusional idiot. Most likely lives in a gaurded house.

  • DRAINO November 3, 2016, 11:18 am

    These people really turn my stomach. There’s another agenda being pushed here……..Agenda 21. Research it. Don’t take my word for it. The UN wants total control. But you won’t hear any of the main stream media covering this progressive movement. Let the name calling begin….Lol!

    • MB November 4, 2016, 3:36 am

      You are 100% correct, in fact some states have adopted Agenda 21 policies and procedures and have started to implement the property (real estate) confiscation and conversion. (Rhode Island for example, which is why we moved to Texas) This MF better not show up with his blue helmeted thugs in Texas, blue helmets make great targets. Everyone needs to make themselves aware as these nuts supported by “progressives” slip more and more rules and regulations into our legislative system until all your rights have slipped away. Obama and Hillary are just the most visible tips of their spear. Resistance is not futile if we stand together, alone we are doomed. Make yourself aware.

    • Tom Horn November 4, 2016, 5:05 am

      Draino,
      You’re nothing but an intelligent, free-thinking, Son of a Patriot! (place emoticon here)

      http://www.freedomadvocates.org/agenda-21-the-blueprint-to-advance-sustainable-development/

    • Guy Valentine November 4, 2016, 5:35 am

      Frightened Phill where did our weapons go
      Some to the range, some to exchange
      In our brassy never to end shows ….So snatch your ass browned female bitching minds
      out of the butts of our gun powder loving bullet carrying joes…. just priming the brass in the trigger squeezing class …. cause we’re American, we’re Second Amendment gun carrying Kiss my U.S. ass

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