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NRA a False-Flag Operation – Is It?
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Quote:...One big issue that comes up over and over is the lack of mention of psychotropic drugs that shooters seem to be ingesting. Another is that most if not all shooters seem incapable of remembering their shootings and are often described as "robotic" and "not themselves" by eyewitnesses. This goes for shooters and shootings around the world, not just in the US.

The NRA could at any time mention these discrepancies and make an issue of the truthfulness and accuracy of official reports in the US and (even) elsewhere when it comes to these shootings.

But the NRA has chosen to do not that. Instead, as regards this most recent shooting, it has opted instead to request that officials place armed security guards in schools around the country.

The Second Amendment itself states that people have a right to own weapons, but the NRA's proposals seem to imply that the best defense against violence is an official one. As before, the NRA raises up – deifies – state protection over the ability of the individual to defend himself or herself.

This is typical of the NRA's method of operation. From our point of view, it gives lip service to the idea that people have a right to weapons in the US – from a constitutional point of view – and then goes ahead and negotiates with Congress in ways that continually reduce this right.


Currently, as Jon Stewart himself points out in his latest anti-gun diatribe, there are over 20,000 laws on the books "controlling guns." If the NRA is doing its job, it's not doing it very well.

More... http://www.thedailybell.com/28590/Media-...ion--Is-It
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You're really taking a comedy routine written by an anti as valid?? Anim_doh
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billamj;68698 Wrote:You're really taking a comedy routine written by an anti as valid?? Anim_doh

No, I'm taking the points written in bold (the opinion of The Daily Bell) as valid.
This was the beef I had when La Pierre made his big speech after the CT shooting: http://www.pa2a.org/thread-nra-news-conf...5#pid57585
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Gun control is a game of tug-of-war. Sometimes they have more pull, sometimes we have more pull. You can set your feet and refuse to re-position or re-grip and you're going to get pulled off your feet.

We have concealed carry in all fifty state now. We have SCOTUS declaring that the right to keep and bear arms is an individual right. We've been on the verge of reciprocal carry.

We lost newly manufactured automatic weapons. We almost ended up with permanently stupid looking black rifles and magazine restrictions. Why didn't we? The NRA fought to get a sunset in the law.

So, if the NRA wants to throw a little red meat to the antis with background checks, it may be a chance to appear reasonable and head off worse restrictions. I'm sure there are many politicians feeling the pressure and are begging for something to appease the constituents. Telling them "no, absolutely no compromise" may cause them to break away completely.

Once they break away, they now have a political enemy in the NRA so they have to make new friends. Friends we don't like. Worse, do we want to see our friends get voted out in two years? That would be catastrophic and we'll be lucky to own a squirt gun when the antis are done.
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This was on last night's episode, it was hilarious. He asked of the NRA was run by Michael Moore. LMFAO

He did have a serious and interesting bit on the neutered ATF, which I'm currently fact checking. If what he said is true, then I'm appalled and will be writing my reps to urge them to correct some wrongs.

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Listen, the enemy fears the NRA. The enemy knows there is a divide on our side when it comes to the NRA and they are seeking to wedge that divide. It is sad that our enemy recognizes the value of the NRA to our fight better than we do.

Yes, this coming from an NRA skeptic. I woke up and saw the value. I don't have to support everything they do or have done in the past, I recognize that our enemy trembles in fear at the sight of the NRA. That is good enough for me.
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#7
Crapping on the NRA at the present time is not helpful.
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