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SemiAutoSam
05-11-2006, 5:07 PM
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dawson8r
05-11-2006, 7:15 PM
The vast majority of the member countries of the UN are small countries ruled by dictatorship or other form of totalitarian government that oppresses its people. In most of these countries it is a serious crime for a citizen to possess a gun. Can you say "police state".

Time to throw the UN out. Can't think of the last time the UN did anything to benefit the citizens of the USA, the same citizens that float most of their budget.

Remember, don't shoot until you see the blue of their helmets.

The Soup Nazi
05-11-2006, 7:18 PM
We give and give, but all they want to do is screw over their benefactor.

xrevxoltx
05-11-2006, 7:33 PM
They're not getting my guns, and it's my mission to buy as many as I possibly can.

superhondaz50
05-11-2006, 8:08 PM
It could never pass in this country, and even if they did say we cant have our guns anymore, at least we will have a civil war to look forward to!

markymark
05-11-2006, 8:44 PM
It could never pass in this country, and even if they did say we cant have our guns anymore, at least we will have a civil war to look forward to!
Yup! I would hope that Americans would not allow something like that to happen without rising up.

TKo_Productions
05-11-2006, 9:09 PM
If you want to actually do something, and be proactive, I encourge all of you to contact Kofi Annan, Prasad Kariyawasam, and John Bolton.

There's even three form letters that you can print out and send off:

http://www.stopungunban.org/pages/fireashot

Took me about 4 minutes (although my letter to John Bolton was handwritten and personalized):

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v469/tkoproductions/unletters.jpg

chris
05-11-2006, 10:12 PM
yeah i think we would have the second civil war in this country or the war to kick out the blue helmeted losers the UN uses. but guys this is all hypothetical anyway. we have no idea what the future holds. also remember who was blamed for republicans in taking over congress the NRA was blamed by bill clinton. so guys remember in 08 not to vote for hillary if she gets the democratic nomination. as for the supreme court 2 were appointed recently and i think we may be ok for now. but now remember the fight we have here in our state and the federal level may need more of a fight.

it has been widely said in the media that the republicans may lose the house and senate this year because of gas prices and other things. but remember gun owners around the nation must vote for the guy that will protect our 2nd amendment rights.

i hope that this country never has a second civil war it would be terrible for the security of the world if that happens. but the UN needs to find a new home and demolish the building they use. the US not only pays the bills but spills more blood for the useless UN.

m1aowner
05-11-2006, 10:36 PM
Wouldn't be much of a civil war anyway. What, are the Socialist Nazi gub grabbers going to fight? Hell no! Law abiding citizens own most guns anyway, and are already Pro Second Amendment. We can speculate all day on a civil war, but it's a very gloomy topic.

Yute
05-11-2006, 10:50 PM
Y'all need to play the PC/mac game Deus Ex - Life in the US under the UN - it's got twists, turns and conspiracies - It is great! (older now though) Interesting commentry on gun control too...

metalhead357
05-11-2006, 11:10 PM
Yup! I would hope that Americans would not allow something like that to happen without rising up.

unfortunately that is what some said before the GCA of '38 and again in what 68, and again in '89, 90...94.......

The masses...are the massses....and will unfortunately either be led or left alone to stay 'sleeping' in thier wallowing understanding of politics, freedom, US history, and human rights.....................

Might just unfortunately be a short lived civil war. But I will say it will certainly be one verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry long drawn out protracted 'terrorist' war for any UN anrmy that comes here;)

trinity9
05-12-2006, 12:23 AM
It could never pass in this country, and even if they did say we cant have our guns anymore, at least we will have a civil war to look forward to!

Of course it could happen in this Country-- it already is happening, particularly in California. It's inevitable that civilian ownership of firearms be outlawed.

10% of the Colonists fought the Civil War. My thought is that the number would be even lower now. Imagine fighting Law Enforcement, public perception including a manipulated media, the Government, other Citizens, perhaps even UN "Peacekeepers."

Don't look too forward to it.

Fight it now with a your voice, perhaps a pen and a vote.

trinity9

"If there must be trouble let it be in my day, that my child may have peace."

Thomas Paine

taloft
05-12-2006, 12:49 AM
Of course it could happen in this Country-- it already is happening, particularly in California. It's inevitable that civilian ownership of firearms be outlawed.

I don't belive it is inevitable, one state doesn't speak for the whole country.

10% of the Colonists fought the Civil War. My thought is that the number would be even lower now. Imagine fighting Law Enforcement, public perception including a manipulated media, the Government, other Citizens, perhaps even UN "Peacekeepers."

Even 1% would be an army approx. 250,000 strong. A lot of the Fighting forces would join us. There would be dissension in the ranks, people wouldn't like the idea of killing friends, family, etc.

Don't look too forward to it.

Nor should you, or anyone else for that matter. It is terrible to imagine.

Fight it now with a your voice, perhaps a pen and a vote.

trinity9

I whole heartedly agree.:)

metalhead357
05-12-2006, 1:00 AM
10% of the Colonists fought the Civil War.

:confused: Colonists didnt fight a civil war. Citizens did. And so did foreginers~once citizens now seperatists if we are still talking about the civil war:eek: but interesting sentiments nonetheless:D

taloft
05-12-2006, 1:13 AM
Technically, since we were british subjects at the time, it was a civil war but, not The civil war.

God, I must be tired if I give a crap about this.:D

Good night.

metalhead357
05-12-2006, 5:50 AM
Technically, since we were british subjects at the time, it was a civil war but, not The civil war.

God, I must be tired if I give a crap about this.:D

Good night.

LOL! You SHOULD give a crap!!!!!.....just as we all get mad over "assualt weapons" statement when they're not.....:) "it" was not a civil war. A civil war is struggle for control of the goobermint.....Our Revolutionary war was a war of secession- us 'colonists' renounced our British citizenship to join the new goobermint here. The war of Northern agression was similarly so too. Neither was a power play for control of the (single) government...one group decided to leave and the each group had democratically elected goobermints and the power that was the former government decended upon the seperate & legitimate government.............

Now, ALL that said, to clear up historical mistypes;) A war for control of our government from within would be a civil war; and none of us the winners. A war from without would be a bloodbath....for the invading UN army:D

Words matter as much as the meaning.....not trying to be a history guru here. And no offense(s) meant or offered in my corrections of them simple oversights. Again, the reasoning & sentiments all expressed do seem right on track,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Respectfully,

Metalhead

50 Shooter
05-12-2006, 6:23 AM
I agree with Metalhead, you better give a crap!

Still can't believe that people think it can't happen here!? Wake up! The knock on your door might be one that involves the fight of your life. After we toss out the UN we need to fix the Constitution for good. People need to get it through their heads that the 2nd Amendment is for every individual! We need to toss out every UN loving politician also!

The sad thing is, people will give in as soon as Billary allows this to pass. They will allow the lie of "it's for the good of our country and (gasp) our children" to sway them.

I say, bring on the blue targets!:) Screw it, this Country needs another civil war to set things right!

vrylak
05-12-2006, 8:34 AM
Back in my high school days, (somewhere in the 70's if I could remember) our professor (rest his soul) had always said the UN was, is and will always be a useless organization.

I always wonder why the US is even a member of that lame duck POS sorry a%#$Q@#$ss organization of countries where majority are known oppressors of their own citizens.

It's just another sinkhole/blackhole where our tax dollars are wasted w/o real benefit to US Citizens.

It's another pretend world organization, a fantasy, in which the countries on this planet act as if everyone is getting along fine.

taloft
05-12-2006, 9:13 AM
Actually, I was referring to giving a crap about a technical definition at 2:30a.m. :D Not about the rest. My apologies, I can see that what I posted was vague, I really was wiped at that point. By the way, here is the definition of Civil War as defined by wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_war

Not that I think wikipedia is the end all of dictionaries.:p This basically follows what I was taught in poly. sci. and what I was going on, my apologies if it is incorrect. Don't worry, if blue hats start coming for my guns you can be sure I will be taking exception to it. Easy 50, they aren't here yet.:D Save it for the bad guys. I agree with what you have said. I think the U.N. is about as useful as tits on a bull. The UN needs to go, and the 2ND. Amend. needs to be reaffirmed, by force if necessary.

The Soup Nazi
05-12-2006, 5:52 PM
Y'all need to play the PC/mac game Deus Ex - Life in the US under the UN - it's got twists, turns and conspiracies - It is great! (older now though) Interesting commentry on gun control too...

I think Deus Ex (more specifically the crappy sequal, Invisible War) was more focused on a hypothetical soceity where everything WASN'T centralized and that multiple factions and ideologies could exist because there wasn't one global power. It also touches on the idea that, possibly yes, if you let an illuminati style organization control every aspect of your life and make you think the way they want you to think, your life might be better...on thier standards. While you no longer have to think for yourself, you don't have any more freedom either. Thats how the US of today is.

taloft
05-12-2006, 10:10 PM
Well just look at the crime bill of 1994 why do you think that happened what triggered it it was feinstein and boxer they took the 89 roberti roos and fed it to the senators and house reps and they said hey that sounds like a great idea and it fits with our ajenda of disarming the people and WAMM
it was close if i remember correctly by 2 or 3 votes

hows that for one state CA or the idea of 2 reps that happen to still be senators of this state (how ill never know) for what they did I would have thought they would have been wacked by now shumer also but their still here because of the majority of the stupid democrat voters.

EOR

So you believe that a complete firearm ban on a national level is unavoidable? There is no doubt what so ever that California can make all the other states dance to their tune? If this is true, how did the Fed AW ban manage to sunset? Why don't we have a complete ban already? Yes, I do think it is a possibility, and a strong one at that. I just don't think it is inevitable. I refuse to put the cart before the horse. If the game is rigged as you seem to think why do you keep playing?

metalhead357
05-13-2006, 1:20 AM
I personally (now) dont see a nationwide gun ban for quite a while....not after 9-11, not after all the states have been moving towards CCW's and Florida's touted doctrine................. not to mention we ARE still at war too in Afghanistan; or did I miss the memo:D

Cali....yea, it's coming down the pike. Nationwide? Doubtful until at least one more complete cycle through of another bastardized trifecta of a libtard revival in congress, the presidency goin' goofier than the last two, AND a role reversesal in SCOTUS from *seemingly* curbing the commerce clause.....

But hey, a pot smoking, womanizing, coke snorting, draft dodging, felonious impeacher not only got into office but managed to stay there~ ANYTHING is possible.

Buy it cheap & stack it deep folks;)