Day in, day out, we are inundated with messaging designed to keep us apart. Spotlights are shined on our perceived differences: political affiliation, class, race, gender, or religion.
By pitting Americans against one other, it becomes easier for the gatekeepers to sustain power.
What better way to keep things as they are than by attacking the Second Amendment?
Case in point; Australia.
Australians were once permitted to own firearms. Things changed in 1996.
More than a million firearms were collected and destroyed by the Federal Government.
There were also two federally funded gun buybacks and voluntary surrenders.
Curtailing several high-profile killing sprees was the reason.
Take a look at what is happening down under in 2021. The government has locked down millions of Australians due to Covid-19. Generally compliant, most Australians carried the line at first.
As in most places throughout the world, Australians soon realized that the more they stood pat, the more day-to-day freedoms withered away at the hands of elected officials.
A citizen of Australia is currently not permitted to venture further than five kilometers from their residence.
Let that marinate. Does that sound like freedom?
But, every human being has a breaking point. For the majority of Australians, they have reached theirs.
Each day, new footage surfaces of power-hungry police brutalizing previously sovereign Australians with no way of defending themselves.
Ten thousand citizens clashed against one hundred police officers carrying assault rifles.
A numerical majority abused by down gun-toting totalitarians has few options.
Are all police officers suspect?
No. Nonetheless, the scumbags in these videos give officers around the globe a bad look.
In the U.S., law enforcement wouldn’t dream of blatantly abusing its citizens. Their fear of recourse by gun owners is a major reason why.
The Second Amendment; America’s superpower.
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