28 June, 2008

Time to Challenge Domestic-Violence Gun Law

Posted by Socrates in guns & goy controllers, Lautenberg Act, Socrates at 5:54 pm | Permanent Link

Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that owning a gun is an individual right and not a privilege granted by government bureaucrats, it’s time for gun owners to file legal challenges to the 1996 Lautenberg Act/Amendment. That Act, which came from Jewish senator Frank Lautenberg, prohibits anyone who has been convicted of misdemeanor – repeat, misdemeanor – domestic violence from ever owning a gun. It’s surprising that only one attempt to abolish that law has been made so far [1]. Lots of good White men have been disarmed due to the Act, since, in some states, “domestic violence” can amount to a few harsh words or very slight physical contact.

More about the Lautenberg Act: [Here] and [Here].

[1] the late congresswoman Helen Chenoweth tried to abolish the Lautenberg Act in 1997: [Here]


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  7. 10 Responses to “Time to Challenge Domestic-Violence Gun Law”

    1. Lee Luttrell Says:

      What about that law that Roper of White Revolution was charged on….If you were charged with a felony..even if it was reduced to a misdameaner…you still can’t carry a gun…..This is buried in the federal law.

    2. John Karl Says:

      I had several DV convictions and two or three years ago I said, “fuck it” and bought a Model 29 at a local gun shop, Instant Check and all. I haven’t been bothered about it. I obey the Creator’s law when it is senior to Man’s and I don’t worry about the consequences.

    3. Animal Says:

      I can’t believe my eyes. Alex Linder wants us to go to some jewed and corrupt (sorry, I repeated myself) court to get our rights back?

      Ain’t gonna happen. Isn’t this website’s motto, “No way out but through the jew?” This seems like the sounder advice.

    4. Socrates Says:

      Animal: Alex didn’t write it. But if you know of a better way to abolish that law, tell us.

    5. Vaultner Says:

      I want the Supreme Court to rule on the National Firearms Act. It’s unconstitutionality, & how unlawful it is to affix a tax to allow a weapon & then determine they won’t collect the tax anymore thereby making the weapons illegal.
      “SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED” should be etched on the wall of every public officials office.

    6. Animal Says:

      Socrates–
      Of course Alex Linder didn’t write the article. But he posted it, which is something of an endorsement of the writer’s views if I’m not mistaken in judging the character of this website.

      Did you ask for a better way to abolish the law? Yes, you did. Here it is: Go through the jew. Banish the jew and his media from this country, if not from this planet. There’s a start. I’m sorry I wasn’t as crystal clear as this from the start.

    7. Socrates Says:

      Animal: “Banish the Jew”? I understand what you say. However, how do you think you’re going to accomplish that?

      [And no, Alex didn’t post it].

    8. Animal Says:

      Socrates, you said, “However, how do you think you’re going to accomplish that?”

      It all starts with you, Socrates. Admit that you’re also responsible, that we are all responsible, for taking care of the problems within our view. I have. A natural progression of events just may unfold to our liking—given careful management, of course.

    9. Sarge Says:

      The Lautenberg Act is UNCONSTITUTIONAL! Simple as that! It should be repealed in its entirety! No one should lose their God given rights for a simple misdemeanor. PERIOD! If they commit a heinous crime, they should NOT be allowed to plea-bargain it down to a misdemeanor! Felonies are a good reason for loss of liberty, NOT MISDEMEANORS!!
      REPEAL LAUTENBERG!!!

    10. Donald E. Pauly Says:

      One silver lining in the cloud is that hundreds of cops have been disarmed and subequently fired because they got into fights with their wives. It gives them a dose of their own medicine.