8 February, 2009

The Second Amendment March

Posted by Socrates in guns & goy controllers, jewed culture, jewed law, jewed politics, Second Amendment, Socrates at 6:53 pm | Permanent Link

Sounds like a good idea. Unfortunately, the march is next year (Spring 2010). But at least people will have plenty of time to prepare for it. Notice the mention of “Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership” in the links section:


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  7. 24 Responses to “The Second Amendment March”

    1. Coup d'Etat Says:

      The jews never understand the second amendment or do they? I think when an enemy knows they are an enemy they begin to worry the natives will become restless and retaliate when they know “something” is wrong in their society. Hmmm, how convenient, eh jews?

      Like the saying goes, ” You can fool most people most of the time, but you can’t fool all the people all the time.”

    2. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      Abraham Lincoln

      The full quote is:
      “It is true that I may fool all of the people some of the time;
      I can even fool some of the people all of the time;
      but I can’t fool all of the people all of the time.”

    3. Coup d'Etat Says:


      Really? How funny a jew’s line of cliches is the origin of a jew. One thing for certain, a jew has fooled many a people even into a civil war. How clever they are to take us as blundering idiots and not know the difference after so many years.

    4. -jc Says:

      By the spring of 2010, I’m guessing, an “assault weapons” bill, etc., will make the point of such a march moot. Furthermore, one does not ask government for permissions: That so many put up with persecutions for exercising a common sense right already speaks volumes of our weakened, eminently totally disarm-able condition. This should go without saying.

      The coming disarmament: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJBZZKlvrP4

      Understanding government: http://www.researchsociety.org/YouTube-2.html

    5. Brian Gareth Says:

      “What is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them.”

      George Mason, father of the Bill of Rights

    6. Futurist Joe Says:

      I think there will be an assault weapons bill and also some type of buggy computer handgrip pistol that you will have to buy if you want a handgun. Something that can only be used by you supposedly as well as traceable bullets. Feinstein and Boxer will be for it right after they get federal civil rights protection for the gay lifestyle. Right after your Grandmother can’t evict the aggressive lesbian couple who materialized after she rented your mom’s old bedroom to a “nice jr. college” girl or else be sued to the moon they will go after all the handguns. Ginsberg will soon be gone and Obama will have one seat to fill on the court. Then someone else will go and the next appointment will take care of the second amendment. More Jewish men have been sodomized than have fired a gun. Sodomy is ok. Gun ownership is the work of the Goy devil.

    7. -jc Says:


    8. gollywog Says:

      You Americans need to take it to the Jew head on.
      The Jews have handed you the Black Prez and now they are giving you life as they want you to live it.
      Buy and hoard those guns because as sure as Joan Rivers sucks black dick you will be following Western Europe down the road of a no gun policy.

    9. Zarathustra Says:

      Despite all the intense pussification that’s been implemented here in the US over the past few decades, I still think that most White Americans will not become as docile and passive as the western Euros have. There are still some tattered remnants of individual liberty left in us.

    10. Zarathustra Says:

      I’m sure that if a racially concious White was discovered to be in the ranks of one of those reactionary gun clubs, he would have his membership revoked and all his personal membership info would be turned over to the Ministry of Domestic Surveilance immediately.

      “We are law-abiding citizens who are pro-American, pro-Constitution and pro-gun ownership. We are NOT pro-White and want nothing to do with neo-Nazi racists” is the motto of such organizations these days. The Federal Secret Police will also be watching participants of that march very closely, recording license plate numbers and taking pictures of everyone for their files, so participate at your own risk.

    11. gw Says:

      “We are law-abiding citizens who are pro-American, pro-Constitution and pro-gun ownership. We are NOT pro-White and want nothing to do with neo-Nazi racists” is the motto of such organizations” — Zara

      Exactly! Exactly! Well said.
      In other words, of what real use are such organizations?

    12. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      “Initially drafted by James Madison in 1789, the Bill of Rights was written at a time when ideological conflict between Federalists and anti-Federalists, dating from the Philadelphia Convention in 1787, threatened the Constitution’s ratification. The Bill was influenced by George Mason’s 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights, the 1689 English Bill of Rights, works of the Age of Enlightenment pertaining to natural rights, and earlier English political documents such as the Magna Carta (1215). The Bill was largely a response to the Constitution’s influential opponents, including prominent Founding Fathers, who argued that it failed to protect the basic principles of human liberty.”

      From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Stat

    13. Justin Huber Says:

      I’ll probably won’t make many friends by saying this, but the 2nd amendment, at least the way I’ve read it, is not exactly clear. It basically says that the right of the people to keep and bear arms in a well regulated militia shall not be infringed upon.

    14. Old_Dutch Says:

      Justin, look at it this way, the Founders may have thrown the militia language into the mix, in order to give people the right to keep cannons & explosives. After all in those days, owning and keeping rifles, shotguns(smoothbore guns) & pistols would have been so common, as to not even need to be spelled out in the Bill of Rights.

      Personally, I’m not a gun nut, and I think guns are next to useless in politics. When you go past politics—you go to war! Take how many here talk about all the expensive weapons and ammo they own—but—can’t come up with a $20 for any VNN political media project. Mostly goofy macho fantasy…

    15. J. Booth Says:

      Hey old_douche, I thought you were going to do us all a favor and kill yourself? I’ll gladly donate $20 to help that cause.

    16. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      “The characterization of these heroes as members of the militia is not just the opinion of one law professor. It is clearly stated in Federal statutes. Perhaps you will not believe me unless I quote Section 311 of US Code Title 10, entitled, “Militia: composition and classes” in its entirety (with emphases added):

      “(a) The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section 313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the National Guard.

      (b) The classes of the militia are —

      (1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and the Naval Militia; and

      (2) the unorganized militia, which consists of the members of the militia who are not members of the National Guard or the Naval Militia.”


    17. Old_Dutch Says:

      Boothwitz ask your mommy for $20. I know she has it. LOL.

    18. gw Says:

      J.B. says: MI” do us all a favor and kill yourself …I’ll gladly donate $20 to help that cause.”

      Save your money and just give us a rational argument instead, showing us where he is wrong. That will cost you nothing. We’re all ears. Would love to hear it. Until that time, I find O.D’s argument more persuasive than yours. Sorry.

      As he said, or implied, there are irrational gun nuts who are eager to get themselves (and many others) killed, and you have lost no time in proving him right.

      PS. I wish we could treat each other with more civility here. I’m getting tired of saying it. There should be room for all shades of opinion. No one has a monopoly on truth. Those who threaten and insult each other are disruptive and no asset to our cause. One even wonders at their motives.

    19. joe Says:

      Hmmm. We have a quote from Abe Lincoln. Then we a poster named J. Booth.
      I wonder if he took the name of the jewish actor named John Wilkes Booth?

      The Constitution was a scam. Forced on our founders when they thought they were gathering to work on the Articles of Confederation. The patriots who did not owe their lives and fortunes such as Patrick Henry fought the ratification of it and we ended up settling for the add on Bill of Rights as the only protection from the fedgov.

    20. gw Says:

      “Hmmm. We have a quote from Abe Lincoln. Then we a poster named J. Booth.
      I wonder if he took the name of the jewish actor named John Wilkes Booth?”

      Yes. I noticed that elsewhere, days ago. Interesting catch.

      (But I didn’t know that the actor was Jewish! Really? Amazing. Well, not really amazing; after all, he was an actor.)

    21. Futurist Joe Says:

      That is interesting Joe. I had never heard that before either. Then I went to the internet and in a second there was this:


      Don’t know about anything else on the page but the stuff about Lincoln is pretty interesting. Actually extremely interesting.

    22. Justin Huber Says:

      Thank you Old Dutch and Shabbos. That has always been my interpretation of the term “militia” as well.

    23. Ein Says:

      Justin Huber Says:
      …the 2nd amendment, at least the way I’ve read it, is not exactly clear. It basically says that the right of the people to keep and bear arms in a well regulated militia shall not be infringed upon.

      I think those words “well regulated” are the key. To me, that’s clear enough. They don’t mean just every Tom, Dick or Harry with a cache of explosives in his basement.

    24. Homer Says:

      About the Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, take a look at their website sometime. It’s a mess. I think some jew founded it for the sole purpose of duping the goyim because too many pro-gun people had noticed that jewry was absolutely united in promoting gun control. Once JPFO was set up jews could point to that insignificant website and say that some jews were for gun rights. JPFO is a fraud.

      Compare the pathetic JPFO site with any jewish funded anti-racist site to see what I mean.