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The Communist Government in Place in Washington Does Not Like “Individual” Rights…

January 4, 2013

POWER TO THE PEOPLE

BY: DANIEL GREENFIELD

Below is an excerpt of this excellent article on gun control.

The 2nd Amendment is a very different creature. The controllers would like to turn it into a group right. Replace the home rifle with an IOU for membership in the National Guard or a cell phone from Carlos Slim that will allow you to dial 911, unless the dam breaks or the earth quakes or the service goes. And they would equally like to turn the 1st Amendment into a right to say the things that are socially beneficial, while outlawing speech that is not socially beneficial.

In Europe, free speech means speech that is in the public interest, not speech that undermines the public good. That latter kind of speech can get you a trip to a jail cell. And that is the only kind of speech that can exist in group rights. When the group comes first, then the individual is the last one on the line. When rights serve the group, or the idealized arrangement of groups meant to provide the perfect statistical balance between skin colors, genders, lack of genders, and choice of partners, then the individual has no rights except as a member of Team White, Team Black, Team Gay or Team Badly Confused.

A gun is an individual thing. It’s hard for a group to own a gun. You can give Team Gay, Team Union or Team Korean Men in Wheelchairs a cell phone link to a central network of law enforcement support services, but a gun is a thing that an individual buys and learns to use. It is not a network, but an object, its power does not come from pushbutton access to a plea for government aid, but from the skill and courage of the individual. Gun power is merit based.

Read it all at Sultan Knish: http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/

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1 Comment
Tina
January 4, 2013 at 4:23 pm

Decades ago, I worked for a Mexican company in L.A. (not gonna name the company). Not Mexican myself, BTW.

One day, Carlos Slim stood in our waiting room waiting to speak to the owners. What a snotty, condescending little prick he was. Typical “rich” Mexican.

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