The US Second Amendment guarantees the rights of the public to have guns. This right was given by the founding fathers of the United States so that the people could protect themselves against tyrants and invaders. A flagrant threat to the Second Amendment is detailed in a 1961 State Department Memorandum, which explains how the United Nations will oversee "complete disarmament" of the American people under the ruse of preventing war. What is frightening about it, is the lengths they are prepared to go to in order to achieve this complete disarmament.
Dogma created to turn people against having their own guns promotes that guns increase crime. However, dramatized movies depicting many gun battles, do not really represent American history. The American people's history with guns is a good one, and in the past many adults, right down to young lads had guns, yet the majority did not go out and commit violent acts. It was, however, important for the people to have access to them, in order to protect themselves from an outside threat, should the need arise. Even Sheriffs across the United States are rising up against disarmament.
In a very revealing video, JPFO's, (Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership), Rabbi, Dovid Bendory, who incidentally is himself Jewish, tells us what Americans are facing regarding their Second Amendment rights in the near future. It is very interesting to note that the biggest anti-gun organization is Handgun Control Inc., and their leadership is about 50% Jewish.
Ask yourself, who has the power to control Facebook? Facebook is now purging accounts that carry pro-Second Amendment and pro-liberty information in a censorship purge with innumerable pages have disappeared merely for posting legitimate political content. There was a link to this particular video but it has been blocked.
Guns in America
It is estimated that 47% of American adults currently report that they have a gun. People who have automatic guns in the United States need to be concerned because the so called Government wants to bring in laws to ban automatics. You can bury your guns, but make sure the guns are buried in a container that is sealed to ensure no water or moisture gets to them. Make inquiries into what substance is best used, to preserve the guns and bury large amounts of ammunition. Last but not least, remember where you buried them! These measures are important because governments have a history of taking liberties away from their people and killing many of them. You may need your guns in the future. You are not breaking any laws, providing you do it before the gun laws come into effect
Guns in Australia
In 1996, the Australian so-called government, passed gun-control laws to remove automatic guns and many Australians protested. There has been a rise in gun crime over the last decade despite imposing an outright ban on many firearms in the late 1990s.
Guns in England
"The English Bill of Rights" is an Act of the Parliament of England that deals with constitutional matters and sets out certain basic civil rights. Passed on 16 December 1969. It affirmed among other things, the right of every Englishman to keep and bear arms. For more information: Bill of Rights 1689 from Wikipedia. It says:
“It reestablished the liberty of Protestants to have arms for their defense within the rule of law.”