History lesson from the deadliest one hundred years in the history of this planet. In the twentieth century over two hundred million disarmed souls died, because citizens lost their right to keep and bear arms. The results were devastating for the citizens of that state every time. It began in 1915 with the Arminian Genocide 1.5 million dead. Next was Germany with 12 million dead. Then the Union of Soviet Socialistic Republic with between 25 and 50 million dead. Finally, the worst of all in 1947 China confiscated all guns from their citizens resulting in 80 to 100 million dead. Then we add in all the puppet regimes around the world the total is estimated to be between 135 million and 280 million dead citizens whose governments were entrusted to protect them. In every case the government outlawed gun ownership for their citizens. The above number does not include the war dead from World War One, World War Two and every other war fought in the twentieth century. “The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.” — (Thomas Jefferson) The twentieth century proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that governments cannot be trusted to protect their own people when their firearms are confiscated.
We say it can’t happen here, or can it? In 29 December 1890, Wounded Knee Creek South Dakota, 297 Sioux Indians were disarmed in the morning for their own safety. By the end of the day, 297 men women and children were murdered by the same cavalry that disarmed them for their own protection. Still we know it cannot happen here because that was an isolated incident. On 19 February 1942 Franklin Roosevelt sign executive order 9066 to round up 127,000 American citizens for the sole crime of being of Japanese descent. They were all disarmed and put in to concentration camps. But, that was for war effort, after all it was the Japanese that attacked Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, so again it really can’t happen in America. Remember 2005 hurricane Katrina. Prior to Katrina making landfall, the New Orleans police together with the National Guard used the gun registry to find law abiding citizens and take their guns, therefore the law abiding people could not protect themselves from the mobs that still had them. The police made no attempt to take guns from the criminals. As a result of the police tactics several thousand innocent people died.
To believe that it can’t happen in America is to ignore history. It has happened in America time and time again and will only get worse if we allow it. The passage of the SAFE Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement) act in New York, outlaws law abiding citizens from legitimate self-defense. California requires Micro stamping on firing pins in all semiautomatic weapons. Arizona [R] HB 2356 sponsored by Campbell Allows a law enforcement officer to make a determination of a person’s mental health, seize any firearms and then request court a ordered evaluation. The police officers have never been trained in mental health situations, but with this bill police now have the power to enforce something they know nothing about.
Obamas 23 executive orders on gun control as well as his promise to move forward when congress won’t is a foreboding prediction of future executive legislation similar to Executive order 9066. While the titles of Obama’s orders are benign in design, they do provide an ominous warning. Executive order 16 states “Clarify that the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit doctors asking their patients about guns in their homes” Once a patient does answer that they have a gun it will be on their medical records forever. Executive order 17 states “Release a letter to health care providers clarifying that no federal law prohibits them from reporting threats of violence to law enforcement authorities”. These two executive orders do indeed encourage a doctor to report to authorities that a person is a threat to society simply because they do own a gun, making “Gun Confiscation” part of Obamacare.http://johnrosado.net/gun-control-vs-gun-confiscation/