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EXCLUSIVE: They’ve Got Us Surrounded!

As I write a column that won’t make it to newsstands and mailboxes for months, it’s the first day of the federal government shutdown, brought to a head by House Republicans refusing to fund a budget that includes ObamaCare, itself just open for enrollment as of midnight. How long the impasse will last—hours, days or longer—is something you holding a printed page will know but I cannot.

Nor can I tell what our most imminent threat will be—perhaps a current drive that’s moved the ball further down the field, or perhaps something not altogether unforeseen, such as another “gun free zone” exploitation with the attendant demand to disarm you and me. Only one thing is certain: the attacks will continue to come from all directions.

Take the aforementioned “Affordable Health Care Act.” Henny Youngman would add “Please!”

“The consequences for gun owners—once ObamaCare is implemented—will be immense,” Gun Owners of America warned in a member alert. “Once the government starts using medical maladies (such as PTSD, ADHD, etc.) as reasons to put our names in the NICS system, will those names ever be removed? Just ask the more than 150,000 military veterans how it’s going for them!”

And then there’s the UN Arms Trade Treaty, recently signed on our “behalf” by Secretary of State John Kerry. True, an advise and consent resolution with concurrence by “two thirds of the Senators present” has not passed, nor does it look likely that one will, and true, Obama has been warned in a letter by Ranking Foreign Relations Committee member Bob Corker of Tennessee that he shouldn’t take any executive actions to implement the treaty before it’s ratified.

Hey, this is Obama we’re talking about. Just what will the Republican leadership have the nerve to do if he acts unilaterally anyway, relying on worm-tongued spokesmen and media cheerleaders to paint any fragmented opposition as the bad guys?

Speaking of executive actions, the White House has not been inactive. They’ve got a rulemaking change they’re pushing through the public comment cycle on gun trusts for NFA weapons, an import ban on military surplus weapons to save us all from gangbangers deploying with Garands, and a resurrected push on a rule change first proposed in 2005 to clarify the definition of the term “pistol,” among other plans in the works.

And it’s not just the White House. Various efforts at the state and local levels are keeping gun activists busy, as are legal challenges wending their way through the courts. Then there are distracting “private” assaults, such as those massively funded by Mike Bloomberg. There are manipulative, foundation-funded anti-gun “studies” that need countering and a media happy to misrepresent things every chance they get.

The antis are coming at us from all angles. There’s too much for one person to even keep up with, let alone effectively respond to, and we haven’t even addressed the effort necessary to start making our own advances.
I trust everyone reading this is an active and contributing member of at least one gun rights group?
By David Codrea

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  1. Great article. Yes, I am a member of the goa and the NRA, but when my NRA runs out I will just give more money to the GOA. They were the reason toomey manchin was beat, and the stupid NRA were the reason the pistol permit Jim Crow law was not repealed in NC.

    • You’re talking about the NRA-ILA. Whatever you think about the legislative side, the NRA Foundation’s education and shooting event programs are the reason we’re winning.

      Beginner NRA students overwhelmingly become gun-rights voters. That’s far more important long term than judicial or legislative victories.

  2. Attacking from multiple fronts is a base Alinsky tactic. The thought is that something will get through, and then they just keep.chipping away from there.

  3. Read “A Note on Uberveillance” by M. D. Michael. Newport News Police and Virginia State Police had Dr. Lawrence Chang implant me w/o my knowledge and consent with a biochip. It enables torture. They use it as a sensor and pulse energy projectiles at you. I had a heart attack. It enables voice to skull communication. See LRAD white papers or audio spotlight by Holosonics. See Safeguards in a World of Ambient Intelligence by Springer page 9. See Mental Health and Terrorism by Amin Gadit. See Bio Initiative Report 2012. See Forbescom and search Brandon Raub. Law enforcement tases citizens into “excited delirium” (see at nijorg) to make them act in ways they normally would not. I believe they are directly responsible for the Virginia Tech massacre. There are 3 reasons to have it implanted 1) mental health, 2) criminal record, and 3) infectious disease. If you don’t meet any of those requirements like me, they’ll falsify your records. All the mass shootings are the work of law enforcement. They want to take away your right to bear arms and make America a police state. They torture people into a state of what the national institute of justice calls “excited delirium.” People aren’t suddenly going crazy, they’re being tortured. I also believe the biochip to be responsible for PTSD. Read Brian Castner’s book “A Long Walk”. I have the same ambiguous pains, twitches, heart attack, night mares, day mares, gurgling, etc. I never served in the war. What do we have in common? The biochip. Suicide is one way to get relief. Virginia’s suicide rate is higher than the national average and the military suicide rate is unacceptable! I am considering cutting the one in my back out myself. It enables torture 24/7.

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