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The Gun Control Lobby and the Blood on its Hands. By: Alan E Cowden III Axia College Utilizing Information in College Writing COM 125 Instructor: Anne West Sunday, November 12, 2006 1
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We are going to explore a deceptive movement in America. One that would have you think that they are looking out for your best interests but in reality your interests are not a consideration. They would use any means necessary to achieve their goal which is the total disarmament of America’s civilian population. Why is this you may ask? Most do not realize that the rights specified in the Bill of Rights are inextricably linked. Without a Second Amendment you cannot defend your First or Fourth Amendment rights. It does go beyond that though. Everything in our system of life is linked. If they take away one right they can take them all. The last century is riddled with examples of leaders killing thousands and even millions of their own countrymen in the interest of what ever convoluted plots their evil minds could come up with. For Hitler it was the Jews. It goes even earlier with the Armenians killed by the Ottoman Empire. There 1,500,000 were killed in the name of religious and racial persecution. The 1930’s proved to be a popular time among those on the left that loved the tactic of disarming a people. Stalin killed Seven Million, 600,000 killed in Nan-King, Six million killed by the Nazi’s and all this was assisted through disarmament. Who can forget Pol Pot and his desires 2
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for a liberal I mean Socialist Utopia fostered by the Cultural Revolution. Note they also call themselves Democrats. In the 1990’s we managed to slow the death rate down with only a million combined deaths for those in Rwanda and Bosnia. The point is simply this, had the People been armed they could have resisted. When you disarm a population, that population becomes helpless to defend itself. If you think for a second that the camps of World War 2 could not happen in America, then you do not know the ends with which some in America would take to grasp and hold power. The German conflict in World War 2 started with a simple boycott of Jewish stores. This boycott eventually turned into millions of dead Jews. [1] Think for a moment how shrill the politicians in this country have become. Democrat versus Republican versus Libertarian, Liberal versus Conservative, Pro-Life versus Abortionists, Pro-Gun versus Disarmament, and you wonder why we are a country divided. It never ends and people will find a reason to disagree. Some of this is fostered off on us by those in power so that they can have a cultural divide in this country so as to more easily subjugate us to their whims. I have had enough of the history and background though of the last century and it is time to consider America. It is 3
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time for us to look at this country and exactly where we are going with this.
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