Gun Rights: From God, Not Man By John Steele

     In general, President Trump is pretty pathetic, but he is a good player and can make the right sounds when he needs to. Thus, at the NRA convention he said everything that needed to be said, although actions always speak louder than words. Anyway, Trump was right in saying that gun rights, the right to a meaningful form of self-defence, come from God not man, that is, a natural right:

“Trump said, “The people of his hall have never taken our freedom for granted, ever, and you’ve never stopped fighting for our constitution.” He talked of NRA members’ commitment to fight for “our sacred rights, given to us by God.” He said, “Your second amendment rights … will never, ever be under siege as long as I am president. … We believe that our liberty is a gift from our Creator, that no government can ever take it away.” Trump stressed his love for country, saying, “We have pride in history, and respect for our heritage. We put our hand on hearts for the Pledge of Allegiance and we all proudly stand for the National Anthem.”

     The crowd broke into chants of “USA! USA! USA!” Wow, great stuff, I almost believed myself, but then I had to shake myself out of the MAGA nonsense. And, the liberal/Leftoids went mad again, swearing and cursing the speech, because, well, Trump did mention God, and as Marxist atheists, the mere mention of “God’ is like having Holy water sprayed over them! Relevant to our coverage of the meltdown of Britain and London, Trump said that London was like a warzone: 

     Trump said: “ “I recently read a story that, in London, which has unbelievably tough gun laws, a once very prestigious hospital, right in the middle, is like a war zone for horrible stabbing wounds. “Yes, that’s right, they don’t have guns, they have knives, and instead there’s blood all over the floors of this hospital. They say it’s as bad a military war zone hospital. Knives, knives, knives… London hasn’t been used to that; they’re getting used to it, pretty tough.” 

“Knife violence is a serious issue for London,” admitted Professor Karim Brohi, trauma surgeon at The Royal London Hospital and Director of London’s major trauma system. “We are proud of the excellent trauma care we provide and of our violence reduction programmes,” he added. “The Royal London Hospital has cut the number of our young patients returning after further knife attacks from 45 per cent to 1 per cent.”

     The gangs and thugs using the knives in vicious attacks are moving out from the city now, attacking people in the country, making sure that there is no retreat from the genocide that has been brought to Britain’s once green landscape, but one which now is splattered with the crimson red of blood: 

“Britain’s knife crime epidemic has spread from the cities to the suburbs and shires. Sunday Times analysis of the most recent Home Office figures show that knife crime in Hertfordshire, Warwickshire, Cambridgeshire, Hampshire, Essex and Norfolk has almost doubled in three years. Official statistics suggest people are now more likely to be a victim of a knife attack in Bedfordshire than in Greater Manchester or Merseyside. This extraordinary picture emerged after the US president, Donald Trump, in a speech to the National Rifle Association on Friday, criticised the extreme level of knife crime in London. He compared one hospital to a “war zone . . . knives, knives, knives”.

     Britain, as Trump said is a warzone, but it is a one-sided war, where the wolves are free to slaughter the sheep, with no comeback. I wonder how long that will go on for? If Fred and Rita Cretin have to step over bodies to bring their grog into their dingy little flat, will they still remain passive sheep? Only baaaaaaa will tell.



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