Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Barack Obama's Stance on Gun Control is Identical to the KKK's

The KKK supports gun control in America's "inner cities". Why? They don't believe that blacks should be allowed their individual right to self-defense, and blacks comprise the majority of the residents in the inner cities. The KKK absolutely does not want brown hands holding guns! Obama addresses the subject from a slightly different viewpoint: He doesn't believe in individual rights, and therefore also does not believe in the individual rights of blacks.

(So who does represent the anti-racist position? It's a guy named Ron Paul who believes in the individual rights of EVERYONE. Ironically, the mass media has been trying to smear him as a racist, because he doesn't support the war on drugs either. He's a libertarian infiltrator of the Republican Party, and a small-R "republican" (the first abolitionists were "small-R republicans" too).)

Sites that present the "logic" behind racist gun control arguments, as well as evidence that "gun control" (incremental "change" in the direction of gun prohibition in the USA) originated with the KKK:
-A site that sells a documentary DVD that shows how gun control laws have preceded _and helped enable_ every single genocide in the last 200 years of the world (and even before then too!)
(This link also points out what Obama's position on gun control can do for continents like Africa: )
-David T. Hardy's masterpiece DVD documentary that reveals the historical, legal, and practical consequences of the second amendment, as well as the racist origin of the first attempts to limit gun ownership. The video also notes the racism (and/or complete ignorance of firearms) inherent in today's arguments that "guns should be kept out of the inner cities".

What follows is documentation of Barack Obama's Stance on Gun Control, in case his campaign starts feeling the need to play "damage control" after the public starts to get educated about this issue:
Keep guns out of inner cities--but also problem of morality
I believe in keeping guns out of our inner cities, and that our leaders must say so in the face of the gun manfuacturer's lobby. But I also believe that when a gangbanger shoots indiscriminately into a crowd because he feels someone disrespected him, we have a problem of morality. Not only do ew need to punish thatman for his crime, but we need to acknowledge that there's a hole in his heart, one that government programs alone may not be able to repair.
Source: The Audacity of Hope, by Barack Obama, p.215 Oct 1, 2006

Also, Obama's NPAT (National Political Awareness Test) Courtesy of Project Vote Smart:
Gun Issues
(Back to top) Indicate which principles you support (if any) concerning gun issues.
X a) Ban the sale or transfer of all forms of semi-automatic weapons.
X b) Increase state restrictions on the purchase and possession of firearms.
c) Maintain state restrictions on the purchase and possession of firearms.
d) Ease state restrictions on the purchase and possession of firearms.
e) Repeal state restrictions on the purchase and possession of firearms by law-abiding citizens.
f) Favor allowing citizens to carry concealed firearms.
X g) Require manufacturers to provide child-safety locks with firearms.
h) Other
(an X next to an option above indicates support)

...So there you have it. Ron Paul is the only mainstream presidential candidate whose policies are not racist (Wayne Root and the other Libertarian candidates are not racist either, but they don't present the same level of opportunity to pursue freedom that Ron Paul currently does). But since Paul's policies are not racist, he rarely talks about race. Therefore, he doesn't have the attention of the simpletons who believe what they're told. Unfortunately, that's a lot of the people in America.

WAKE UP, AMERICA! Your rights are no longer being protected under the law, and your freedom is disappearing!

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