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Americans Never Give Up Your Guns

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by glocker56, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. glocker56


    Jun 8, 2010
    Americans never give up your guns


    By StanislavMishin

    These days,there are few things to admire about the socialist, bankrupt and culturallydegenerating USA, but at least so far, one thing remains: the right to beararms and use deadly force to defend one's self and possessions.

    This will probablycome as a total shock to most of my Western readers, but at one point, Russiawas one of the most heavily armed societies on earth. This was, of course, whenwe were free under the Tsar. Weapons, from swords and spears to pistols, riflesand shotguns were everywhere, common items. People carried them concealed, theycarried them holstered. Fighting knives were a prominent part of manytraditional attires and those little tubes criss crossing on the costumes ofCossacks and various Caucasian peoples? Well those are bullet holders forrifles.

    Various armies,such as the Poles, during the Смута (Times of Troubles), or Napoleon, or theGermans even as the Tsarist state collapsed under the weight of WW1 and WallStreet monies, found that holding Russian lands was much much harder thantaking them and taking was no easy walk in the park but a blood bath all itsown. In holding, one faced an extremely well armed and aggressive populationHell bent on exterminating or driving out the aggressor.

    This well armedpopulation was what allowed the various White factions to rise up, no matter howdisorganized politically and militarily they were in 1918 and wage a savagecivil war against the Reds. It should be noted that many of these armies werearmed peasants, villagers, farmers and merchants, protecting their own. If ithad not been for Washington's clandestine support of and for the Reds, historywould have gone quite differently.

    Moscow fell, forexample, not from a lack of weapons to defend it, but from the lying guile ofthe Reds. Ten thousand Reds took Moscow and were opposed only by some fewhundreds of officer cadets and their instructors. Even then the battle wasfierce and losses high. However, in the city alone, at that time, lived over30,000 military officers (both active and retired), all with their own issuedweapons and ammunition, plus tens of thousands of other citizens who werearmed. The Soviets promised to leave them all alone if they did not intervene.They did not and for that were asked afterwards to come register themselves andtheir weapons: where they were promptly shot.

    Of course beingsavages, murderers and liars does not mean being stupid and the Reds learnedfrom their Civil War experience. One of the first things they did was to disarmthe population. From that point, mass repression, mass arrests, massdeportations, mass murder, mass starvation were all a safe game for the powersthat were. The worst they had to fear was a pitchfork in the guts or a knife inthe back or the occasional hunting rifle. Not much for soldiers.

    To this day,with the Soviet Union now dead 21 years, with a whole generation born andraised to adulthood without the SU, we are still denied our basic andtraditional rights to self defense. Why? We are told that everyone would juststart shooting each other and crime would be everywhere....but criminals arestill armed and still murdering and too often, especially in the far regions,those criminals wear the uniforms of the police. The fact that everyone wouldstart shooting is also laughable when statistics are examined.

    While PresidentPutin pushes through reforms, the local authorities, especially in our vasthinterland, do not feel they need to act like they work for the people. They doas they please, a tyrannical class who knows they have absolutely nothing tofear from a relatively unarmed population. This in turn breeds not respect butabsolute contempt and often enough, criminal abuse.

    For those of usfighting for our traditional rights, the US 2nd Amendment is a rare light in anever darkening room. Governments will use the excuse of trying to protect thepeople from maniacs and crime, but are in reality, it is the bureaucratsprotecting their power and position. In all cases where guns are banned, guncrime continues and often increases. As for maniacs, be it nuts with cars (NYC,Chapel Hill NC), swords (Japan), knives (China) or home made bombs(everywhere), insane people strike. They throw acid (Pakistan, UK), they throwfire bombs (France), they attack. What is worse, is, that the best way to stopa maniac is not psychology or jail or "talking to them", it is abullet in the head, that is why they are a maniac, because they are incapableof living in reality or stopping themselves.

    The excuse thatpeople will start shooting each other is also plain and silly. So it is ourpoliticians saying that our society is full of incapable adolescents who cannever be trusted? Then, please explain how we can trust them or the police, whothemselves grew up and came from the same culture?

    No it is aboutpower and a total power over the people. There is a lot of desire to bad mouththe Tsar, particularly by the Communists, who claim he was a tyrant, and yetunder him we were armed and under the progressives disarmed. Do not be fooledby a belief that progressives, leftists hate guns. Oh, no, they do not. Whatthey hate is guns in the hands of those who are not marching in lock step oftheir ideology. They hate guns in the hands of those who think for themselvesand do not obey without question. They hate guns in those whom they have slatedfor a barrel to the back of the ear.

    So, do not fallfor the false promises and do not extinguish the light that is left to allowhumanity a measure of self respect.

  2. Ceapea


    Apr 12, 2010
    It is weird how so many of the "run together words" are all on the left side of this letter. Did you copy copy this (and re-format the text) from somewhere or is this how it was originally written?
    Great message though, just a little difficult to read.
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2013

  3. glocker56


    Jun 8, 2010
    sorry, it was a copy & paste...