Image Image

  Nostalgia ain't what it used to be

Monday, 10 December, 2018
Image

Acts of Violence

Date: 01 May, 2007

By: Chief

Imageithout doubt the latest act of violence, the cold blooded murder of 32 unarmed college students by one armed coward is not just incomprehensible. No, it is beyond words to adequately describe. So, as is par for the course, we have taken up the idea of mourning those murdered.

Unfortunately, mourning those who were murdered before they had a chance to really live does no one, including the dead, any good. Yet before the ink had dried on the front page of various daily presses through out the country and most of the world there were some people screaming for additional gun control laws or outlawing guns all together. How typically stupid.

A horrid wake up call

Yup. The killings at Virginia Tech should serve as a very rude and horrid wake up call. But not for the reasons you may think. We certainly do not need anymore gun control laws and outlawing guns completely is utter insanity.

No, the wake up call that is needed here is for all of us, all of We the People, to finally come to grips and realize that there are slime bag cowards just like Seung-Hui Cho, who was the coward that blew away 32 unarmed kids at Virginia Tech by the way, and that those type of scum (Cho, et al) know nothing but cowardice and will stop at nothing to achieve their cowardly desires or ends.

We the People need to realize that picking up a telephone or a cell phone and calling 911 or using email is not going to stop cowards like Cho. No way. The only thing that will stop cowards like Cho is a well place shot to the head or several to the chest from a gun. I personally prefer a .45ACP or a 12 gauge (I love flame throwers but they are hard to come by now-a-days).

Look closely at the fiasco at Virginia Tech, Columbine or NASA. Just exactly what good did all of those heavily armed police do? What good did they really do? What exactly did they accomplish? Did they catch or kill the coward? No. Did they prevent innocent people from being murdered in cold blood? No. In point of fact the bevy of police which showed up accomplished — nothing. They didn't do one thing. There was nothing for them to do. The carnage and killing was over by the time they showed up, much less figured out what they could do.

I fully admit that no one can prevent somebody from making plans and then attempting to carry them out. The flip side of that coin however, is that if some citizen, student or otherwise, was packing and had the 'nads (females included) to use their weapon when Cho, the Columbine cowards or the NASA coward started to go ballistic and killed those cowardly sons-a-bitches, I submit that the casualty count would have been much, much lower.

But nobody did. And the results speak for themselves.

History will show, indeed has already shown, that We the People have become We the Sheeple. The vast majority of We the Sheeple have become reliant on government for our protection. History is a harsh teacher, especially for slow learners. A telephone, a cell phone or a computer will not stop a coward. It never has. Period.

Instead of defending ourselves, our loved ones and our friends with a gun — we call the police. We dial 911. It works sometimes for emergency medical treatment. But it is completely worthless at stopping or preventing a violent crime. But that is what most of us have been taught to do. And what good has that teaching done? For one thing it disarms us. We become helpless like a babe in the woods. For a second thing we now have to rely on the police, on government for our personal protection. A lot of good that did the kids at Columbine or Virginia Tech. For a third thing government can now control us. What are we going to do to stop government? We have no way of fighting back — we are for the most part — disarmed. What a lovely thought for wolves among the sheeple.

Did dialing 9-1-1 prevent Columbine? Or Virginia Tech? Or the NASA killing? No, no and no. Did the plethora of gun control laws prevent Columbine? Or Virginia Tech? Or the NASA killing? Once again the answers are no, no and no. Are our streets any safer? No. Are street gangs on the run from We the Sheeple? Not hardly. Are our schools any safer? Why don't you ask the parents of the dead kids from Columbine or Virginia Tech that very question?

Yeah, we run a risk by having guns fairly easy to obtain. But as Columbine, Virginia Tech and now NASA show us, not having a gun strapped to your hip or in your purse is an even worse risk.

Oh, but you are a pacifist. How quaint. You don't believe in violence, self defense, guns and stuff like that. Fine, no problem. I don't believe in violence either but I am not stupid enough to think that all people are good. You pacifists go on ahead and live your life unarmed. Just don't force your life style down my throat. And should you get rolled because of your life style do not, got that, do not come crying to me. For I shall laugh in your face then spit in your eye. And if I'm really lucky I'll get to pee on your grave.

As far as 'gun free zones' go, they sure didn't do any good at Columbine or Virginia Tech — now did they? Those cowardly despots did not give one rat's behind that they were about to commit mayhem in a 'gun free zone'. In fact 'gun free zones' should be renamed to "free fire zones" because that is where the scum sucking cowards will strike. Why? Because they will have the guns — the means to commit their act of cowardice upon unarmed people.

This type of violence shall continue until We the Sheeple grow some brass 'nads (females included) and commit to end it. We have the means to do so. We have the Constitutional right to "keep and bear arms." Additionally, we have a moral duty to protect our loved ones and others. What the majority of We the Sheeple do not have is the will, the backbone — the balls — to do what is right. And that is pathetic.

I truly wish there was another way but as I see it the only way to end acts of violence is with violence.

Cowards understand this. When was the last time a coward tried to attack a group of armed citizens? Can't remember? Well neither can I. That is because is hasn't happened and most likely never will. Now make no mistake, we won't prevent some slime bag coward from planning and starting his or her rampage (unless we get real lucky). But we can drastically reduce acts of violence by showing would be cowards that We the Sheeple have grown some brass ones and have once again become We the People and mean business by killing the sons-a-bitches before they can fully carry out their cowardly plan.

Ted Nugent's remarks were, as usual, right on the money (quoting CNN):

"Pray for the families of victims everywhere, America. Study the methodology of evil. It has a profile, a system, a preferred environment where victims cannot fight back. Embrace the facts, demand upgrade and be certain that your children's school has a better plan than Virginia Tech or Columbine. Eliminate the insanity of gun-free zones, which will never, ever be gun-free zones. They will only be good guy gun-free zones, and that is a recipe for disaster written in blood on the altar of denial. I, for one, refuse to genuflect there."

I have said it before — guns do not kill anyone. Guns are inanimate objects. It takes a person to perform the killing. And a defenseless person is a prime target for an armed coward. A crime magnet if you will. Outlaw guns and crime increases.

As for me, simply put — I would rather have a gun in my hand than a cop on the phone, anytime.

(Return to the top)