The relentless anti gun propaganda from Obama and his muppets has reached a fever pitch. And the tone as with the tone of the anti-Trump establishment betrays the same principle: contempt for the views of one’s fellows and an increasingly shrill attempt to shame them into silence and lassitude. The motive is obvious. A gun owning people is a people not as easily controlled and not as trusting of the instruments of the state. Self reliance of all kinds, the cash economy, self employment, having minimal debt, not being on Facebook, and all the other accouterments of independence are a threat to the system. Their system.
They hate us. They hate democracy when it doesn’t go their way. And they hate the real economy in favor of their Federal Reserve ponzi scheme and their financial engineering tricks that work hand in hand with government. They hate our instincts and want us to feel ashamed of our unborn revulsion at foreign invaders, mental health freaks like transsexuals, or experiments counter to common sense like women in combat.
Ultimately they must know on an instinctive level that gun control is about embracing a feminized, weak, supine, and authority-worshiping way of life. In other words the way of the coasts and the cities and all that is distinctly opposed to our traditional way of life. Their arguments don’t even try to appeal to facts anymore. They know crime is down and gun control had nothing to do with it. They know the SSRI zombies engage in these shootings but these shootings are worth the price because the rest are happily zoned out. They know that every gun owner, just like every self-insured and self-employed and self-sufficient person, is not a drone for their system. And they need more drones and are scared of every means one may have to unplug whether it’s by retiring debt, reading old books, or otherwise connecting the dots.
There are obvious patterns to the elite and its fears and heroes and obsessions, the most dominant of which is their cosmopolitanism and hatred of tradition and fear of anyone whom they cannot easily control through ostracism and impoverishment. And when they want to disarm us, one cannot help but ask: cui bono?