The Secret Racist History of Gun Control and the Violent Results
This is a special edition of iSDaily Monday, where we will delve deep into the racist history of gun control, as well as look at some of the bloody results of these anti-human, anti-liberty, anti-progress laws.
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What follows are excerpts from various sources that outline two main aspects of the racist history of gun control in America; the laws and the bloody actions the laws enabled.
In the first part, we’ll look at state and national laws that go all the way back to the 17th century and continue through to 1968.
In the second part, we’ll look at four major events where blacks were targeted for assassination, including the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921, and the less-talked about, but perhaps most dramatic of the four events, the Wilmington Insurrection of 1898, in which Southern Democrat Whites overthrew an election and violently revolted against an elected government, suffering no consequence as a result.
The purpose of this report is to highlight an essential element to the reality of power, force. Wherever social, demonstrable, and ideational influence fails to push individuals to acquiesce to another group of individuals who mean to impede their ability to freely live the life of their choosing, force is the deciding factor.
This reality has long been part of American history, though it is a little-talked-about part of that history. Going forward, there is no reason to believe that this reality of power will not come into play, again and again and again.
If you live in America as a member of an undesired class, be it by your race, your beliefs, your economic status, or any other dividing marker used by the ones with the advantage of force to deliniate the undesired, then you should study hard what happens to the undesired groups in America who cannot meet the force that the powers that be bring to bear.
Gun control is about control, period. And it uses the maternal and paternal instincts of humans to invoke a protectionist instinct, but one that leads them to empower the very beasts that unleashed hell in the first place.
For every child saved by a gun control law, tens more will die, or be enslaved, or be ground to dust by the power your support of gun control only further empowered, a power that is far more deadly than all of the mass shooters throughout history combined.
I hope, as you review this history, you come to see the futility of placing in the hands of the few the power of deadly force, leaving any and all undesired groups that choose to not comply with the tyrannical dreams of the ones in power defenseless, vulnerable to another round of massacres, all so that you can satisfy that misdirected sense of maternal, or paternal instinct to save the children.
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