“Rise with Fury”

In the aftermath of the horrific shooting in Las Vegas last night, despots, shills, and ignorant people of all stripes came out of the woodwork – as they always do – to blame guns, gun laws, “rednecks,” and conservatives. According to script, these talking heads made a hue and a cry for stricter gun laws, gun bans, tighter security, more intrusive surveillance, etc. Before the victims’ bodies were even cold, the controlled media immediately paraded so-called “experts” in front of the public, “experts” citing false statistics, making demonstrably false allegations about past shootings, expressing anti-Constitution viewpoints about our God-given right to self-defense, and gushing pure emotion in opposition to all those “evil” inanimate guns.

Senator Richard Blumenthal was one such ignorant shill who publicly called for stricter gun laws. Sen. Blumenthal told CBS News that he expects Americans to “rise with fury” in opposition to our current gun laws. “Rise with fury” – strong words from a spineless man who wants to destroy our God-given rights so clearly enshrined in the Constitution. My article today is devoted to explaining just what Americans would be “rising with fury” against if they let their emotions trick them into supporting the Establishment’s anti-gun script.

Since the incredibly suspicious Sandy Hook shooting five years ago, the socialist Senator Blumenthal from Connecticut has been pushing gun control legislation in Congress. Thank God his efforts have hitherto failed. Yes, thank God! Why do I thank the Lord that his rabid efforts to restrict my right to defend my family have failed? Let me explain.

The real issue here isn’t guns. Let me repeat that: The real issue in this debate is not guns. Guns are an irrelevant detail. A gun is an instrument, a tool, a device to be manipulated by its user. Guns should be classified in the same category as swords, knives, spears, hammers, wrenches, shovels, and ice picks. Each one of these instruments can inflict death, and each can serve useful purposes. Each one has been used by a deranged person to commit crimes in the past, and each has been used harmlessly by countless others. Each one of them is, simply, an instrument. How an instrument behaves depends on how a person uses his free will.

If guns are not the issue at hand, what is? The issue, my friends, is self-defense. Do you and I have a right to self-defense, or not? That, and that alone, is the question. If we have a right to self-defense, then the means are wholly irrelevant. If we have a natural right to defend ourselves, then no government, agency, or voting bloc can justly or lawfully limit or restrict that right. Period. Logic and reason permit no other line of thinking.

Arguments about the “common good” or “national defense” are also irrelevant. Individual rights do not bow to the collective will. America is not a democracy in which the majority’s will reigns supreme and rides roughshod over individual rights. Democracy is little more than mobocracy. No one’s individual rights are secure in such a system, and there can never be any stability so long as 51% of the population can dictate to the other 49%

Likewise, America is not a collectivist or communist state where the government controls and dictates everything and everyone. Perhaps I ought to say that we should not be a communist state. In fact, that is exactly what we are – a communistic monstrosity controlled by a Luciferian clique that has a death grip on the financial, media, entertainment, educational, political, and religious sectors of our national life. This cabal, along with its “useful idiots” and fellow travelers, has become the dominant force in our culture.

In opposition to these despotic systems, our honorable Founding Fathers established a confederated Republic bound together by common principles enshrined in a national Constitution. This system guaranteed to the individual the free and full exercise of his God-given rights, while heavily restricting the power and scope of government. The Bill of Rights was, in all reality, a list of “thou shalt nots” directed at the federal government. The individual was to be exalted, while the collective will was kept in check by the Constitution, which, despite being ignored and twisted by scheming groups and an ignorant public, remains to this day the “supreme law of land.”

It is crucial to recognize that personal rights cannot, and must not, be sacrificed for any reason – let alone for so-called “national defense.” All sides must agree on this point if there is to ever be legitimate Freedom in America.

Furthermore, I want to highlight the fact that there is zero difference between the right to life and the right to defend that life. Indeed, if we admit that we have a right to life, then we must logically admit that we also inherently have the right to defend that life. And who can realistically stand in judgment of which means you need to defend your life and the lives of your precious family?

Additionally, if we have a right to private property, as I attest we do, then it logically follows that we have a right to defend that property. The means of defense – whether by machine gun, handgun, sword, machete, landmine, or Sherman Tank – are irrelevant. Without the right to own and use private property, there is no Liberty. And without the right to defend our property, our lives, or our Liberty, none is secure.

Again, I repeat: The question at hand is whether we have a right to defend ourselves, or whether we are defenseless. I declare that we do have that right, that it is an inherent, natural, and God-given right, and that we must never allow any government to restrict, erode, or regulate it.

Whether the fantastical mainstream narrative that a “lone gun” 64-year-old retiree with no formal arms training managed to sneak 19 guns into the Mandalay Bay Hotel and, from two separate 32nd-floor windows, shoot nearly 600 people in a matter of a few minutes, is true or not, makes little difference to the central question we must deal with. The wicked acts of one person can never be justification for destroying the God-given rights of millions. And false flag attacks perpetrated by our government, or shadowy factions of the elite cabal, are even less justification.

At the end of the day, we must stand with Freedom. We must defend the Constitution. We must safeguard our individual rights and the constitutionalist philosophy bequeathed to us by our Founding Fathers.

We must never forget that scheming and ignorant people want you to have a knee-jerk response to last night’s tragedy, and “rise with fury” against your own natural rights. Will you follow their script? Will you be pawns in their game? Will you bow to their proposed tyranny? Will you conform to the popular opinion (or, at least, the opinion the media makes appear popular)?

I ask you to take a deep breath, step back from watching the controlled news media, and remember who you are. You are an individual with inherent rights, inherent worth, and constitutional guarantees – including the right to self-defense, the right to own private property, and the right to live unmolested by the government. Do not let politicians, elitists, conspirators, and their media gatekeepers, rob you of your birthright of Liberty. Do not “rise with fury” against our rights because of the acts of a “lone gunman,” or of any group or segment of society. Do not succumb to the machinations and intrigue of those who lord over you and pretend they are your superiors. Rise up, but against those who have so maliciously targeted and threatened your rights and your ability to defend your family.

Zack Strong

October 2, 2017.

2 thoughts on ““Rise with Fury”

  1. Yeah, it is a stock response to every mass shooting. In California, the libs have tried to make buying ammunition nearly impossible. Clever, eh? Do not try to ban guns completely, just make getting ammo extremely difficult.

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