29 February, 2008

Update on the D.C. Goy-Control Case

Posted by Socrates in AmeriKwa, guns & goy controllers, Socrates at 2:10 pm | Permanent Link

Arguments in the landmark goy-control case District of Columbia v. Heller – which was formerly known as Parker v. District of Columbia – will begin at the U.S. Supreme Court on March 18, 2008. The case will probably decide, once and for all, whether the Second Amendment applies to private citizens or not:

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  7. 9 Responses to “Update on the D.C. Goy-Control Case”

    1. sgruber Says:

      This is where ZOG takes over fully.

      After the Patriot Act, the suspension of habeus corpus, the eminent domain business, and the test round-ups of Katrina guns, the stage is set to take our guns. After which, the Obama or McCain or Clinton Administration will get their “hate speech” bill and put an end to the First Amendment.

      First kill the Second Amendment. Then, gag the defenseless serfs by killing the First Amendment.

      It is only logical to point out, that the time to use one’s gun can only be prior to having it taken away.

    2. sgruber Says:

      One more.

      Note that the case originates in D.C. The government there found that its niggers (D.C. is 60% black and was once called America’s murder capital) are shooting each other on a daily, nay hourly, basis. The govt. tried to take away the diversity’s firearms to bring a little peace to that zoo. NOW, because all laws must apply equally to all “men,” the Surpremes are going to decide if a responsible Nebraska farmer (or the like) should be treated the same as a murderous D.C. spook.

      Jefferson said, and we’ve repeated, “The two races, equally free, cannot live in the same government.”

      It’s like at school: some kid abuses the rules, so EVERYONE is punished, including the good kids. Niggers can’t be trusted with firearms? Take everybody’s away!! After all, we have to be equal, even though we aren’t.

      The time has come to get rid of the jew.

    3. Stan Says:

      They can try to take the guns away from me. That’s all I can say about that.

      Yes, the time has come to get rid of the jew.

    4. exalted grandmaster oberf├╝hrer double diamond jim! Says:

      i’m “betting” that the decision they ‘hand down’ (BTW: any-one have the “foggiest” about how long that might take?) is ambiguous @ worst!…..the “gun lobby” is just too powerful in the ‘Kwa (lucky ‘Kwans!) and has too many politicians “intimidated” for the “Supremes” to return with an un-equivocal “khyboshing” of ‘the Second’…….i doubt if most of them would be “long for this world” if they tried to totally annul it!

    5. Howdy Doody Says:

      I told a business aquintence and his friend about this news this after noon, they are in their late 50’s, and they said that would never float if the the liberials try this. “I.E.” kikes/collaborators. I them to their face Liberials/collaborator’s are not the driving force. They Did Not deny to me or get defensive about it really being ju’s, but they did say it was making them upset to talk about it. These are good men, they sense itz coming and they never read VNNF.

      He explained to me that he has purchased property in a joint property deal in Costa Rica, and just got back from planting banna’s, and setting up solar panel’s.

      He went on to tell me itz really for his children to be able to go to, so if things go South for US, which won’t take much more really, that he would be sending his three children out on the next plane.

      I told him if the SHTF and emergency ju police are implimented it will be difficult to get out with any bank account money or etc.

      Time will tell.

      The JFK, and Dec. 7, 1941 crimes have made all this savage filth possible.

      http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=J7gQ4wy_ShE
      If Garrison had ever mentioned ju’s his investigation would never have gotten as far as it did.

    6. lawrence dennis Says:

      As long as jew lawyers live and breath, nothing is ever “decided, once and for all,” at least not until the jews get a decision that pleases them. Then, and only then, is anything “decided,” and the jew victory over freedom is then hailed far and wide–in the press, on the televitz, and in the law school–as an “important precedent which must never be overturned” (a la “civil rights” and abortion and so on).

    7. Howdy Doody Says:

      http://www.komotv.com/news/archive/4064001.html

      By KOMO Staff & News Services
      Watch the story ISLAND COUNTY – A 27-year-old man shot his fiancee and her mother to death and wounded two other people before turning the gun on himself Thursday, a day after the fiancee reported that she suspected him of molesting her young daughter, the Island County sheriff said.
      Deputies responding to a report of gunfire found the bodies of Marjorie Monnett, 55, of Freeland, and her daughter, Holly Swartz, 30, of Clinton, in the street in front of Monnett’s home. Swartz’s fiance, Preston Dean “Hugh” Douglas, 27, of Clinton, was found dead on top of her, Sheriff Michael A. Hawley said.

      Monnett’s son, Bruce Monnett, 22, and his girlfriend, Sierra Klug, 18, both of Freeland, were taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with gunshot wounds.

      Bruce Monnett, who was shot in the abdomen, was upgraded from serious to satisfactory condition after undergoing surgery, Harborview spokeswoman Kristin Foley said. Klug was in serious condition and was still undergoing surgery to her right arm, right leg and abdomen more than 15 hours after the shooting.

      About 18 shotgun shells littered the road in the small subdivision on the southern end of Whidbey Island, about 28 miles north of Seattle.

      Hawley gave this account:

      Douglas parked his rusty, light blue van about 50 yards from the home at about 1:30 a.m. He walked in the back door, and shot Bruce Monnett in the kitchen. Klug ran to the garage, where Douglas shot her, nearly severing her arm.

      Monnett, soaked with blood from a gunshot wound to the stomach, ran to a neighbor’s house.

      Neighbors who watched through the windows reported seeing Douglas going from room to room, apparently looking for Swartz, who was at a house two doors down.

      Swartz’s 7-year-old daughter knew where her mother was and ran there unharmed. Douglas started to follow, firing a shot in the air and yelling for Swartz.

      That’s when he saw Mrs. Monnett in the street, near a parked yellow pickup. He shot her in the hip and, after she collapsed, in the head. Swartz, apparently thinking Douglas was simply firing in the air, came outside. She too was shot in the hip and then in the face.

      Douglas approached her body and shot himself in the head, crumpling on top of her.

      The day before, Swartz called the sheriff’s office to say she thought Douglas had molested her daughter two weeks ago, Hawley said. An investigator suggested she move out of the residence she shared with him in Clinton, and she did – moving in with her mother Wednesday night.

      Hawley said deputies were following standard procedure in checking out the abuse allegation and didn’t know what might have been done differently.

      “We’re going to be Monday-morning-quarterbacking this thing probably for the rest of our lives,” he said.

      There was no previous history of abuse in the home, and no one involved had a criminal history, he said.

      Swartz had recently taken a job at the Good Cheer thrift shop in nearby Langley. Douglas, a Jamaican national and unemployed landscaper, had been baby-sitting for the girl.

      The girl was handed over to Child Protective Services, and deputies planned to speak with her, but she was expected to be placed with extended family members soon, Hawley said.

      Mrs. Monnett was a single mother of eight who worked for the Island County Public Housing Authority. As former president of the Vesel Court neighborhood association, she organized a sweat-equity project in which residents in the small subdivision built their own homes in 1996.

      “Margie is a great person. She’s a great mother. All of her kids really worship her,” said Gayla Halvorsen, 53, who lives in the house where Swartz had been before the shooting. “I am sure that Holly’s brothers and sisters will take care of (her daughter), but she’s had a really bad life for a girl her age.”

      The girl recently completed first grade at South Whidbey Elementary.

      Douglas’ van was impounded and processed for evidence. A forensics team from the Washington State Patrol crime lab was assisting the investigation.

      ______________________________________

      This is where Matthew’s meet his Waterloo.

      Then over a decade after that, another Malvo type does in a White Naive family, the Blonde blue eyed Mother was a social service marxist type worker.

    8. Howdy Doody Says:

      5 Shot, 3 Dead In Whidbey Murder-Suicide

      This story disappeared in 48 hours and was covered by the same Newspaper that covered the two year probation for running down a man walking across the street in a Cross Walk.

    9. Artie Says:

      Are they going after all those weapons and ammo that are stored in the jew sinagogs?