- The same major media that bemoan the loss of life when
civilians go on shooting sprees (and then run programming advancing "gun
control" as a solution), not only don't care when the military machine-guns
civilians to death--as they did in Waco--but support (http://www.indirect.com/www/dhardy/allard.html)
the cover up of such mass murder. It seems that murder committed by civilians
is infinitely more horrible and dangerous than murder committed by the
- The bias and spin of the major media clearly exposes
a blatant effort to disarm civilians and arm the military, to empower the
strong and disempower the weak, to render humanity powerless subjects before
their military masters. And the best way to do it is to get civilians to
believe that they can only trust those in power to own firearms; which,
since power stops corruption and absolute power stops corruption absolutely,
makes a lot of sense, right?
- Some argue that private firearms ownership has no ability
to defend civilians against the Government anyway, so why shouldn't civilians
just surrender their firearms to the military state? Private firearms thwarted
an assault by 100 Government agents on Waco, and held the Government at
bay for 51 days. True, the civilians eventually got killed, but the cost
to the military state was great. Armed cattle can be a problem for those
who want to dominate the herd, and it seems that the GovtMedia is well
aware of this and is doing what it can to disarm all those civilian cattle.
- Columbine Propagandists Trample Truth About Firearms
- ALERT FROM JEWS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF FIREARMS OWNERSHIP
America's Aggressive Civil Rights Organization
- By Aaron Zelman <email@example.com Executive Director
Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, Inc. 4-19-00
- To mark the April 20 anniversary of the multiple murders
at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, major media and victim
disarmament lobbyists have been trying to focus public attention on "gun
control" as the solution to violence in America. Wisconsin-based Jews
for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO) publicly challenged that
- "It's shameful how the anti-self defense lobby dances
on the graves of dead crime victims to advance their political agenda,"
said Aaron Zelman, Executive Director of JPFO. "Americans don't hear
about the good side of defensive gun ownership. Why don't people dance
when well over 5,000 crimes are stopped or prevented by citizens every
- Nationally-acclaimed study results by Professor Gary
Kleck at Florida State University indicate that firearms are used defensively
over 5,400 times each day. "If we assume that only one percent of
those defensive uses saves a life, that still amounts to 54 lives saved
every day of the year," Zelman observed. "The number of lives
saved is probably much higher."
- Zelman further pointed out that "none of the newest
round of 'gun control' laws will make Americans any safer against criminals.
The so-called 'gun safety' requirements, including mandatory trigger locks
and electronically-restricted guns, only impair the citizen's ability to
use his or her sidearm for self-defense."
- "Making it harder for innocent citizens to defend
themselves against violent crime is morally wrong," said Zelman. "And
most people don't realize that the police have no legal obligation to protect
them from crime. When it comes to stopping a violent criminal attack, legally
you are on your own."
- "Over 80 million firearms owners were peaceful today,"
Zelman remarked. "Doesn't that fact more typically describe firearms
ownership than the criminal acts of two deranged young men at Columbine
last year?" he asked. According to a 1993 report by the American Academy
of Pediatrics, the average child or teenager witnesses about 27 acts of
violence per day on television alone. "That amounts to over 10,000
violent acts per year," Zelman said. "Somebody is making a lot
of money overwhelming American children in death and destruction. I don't
see much national outrage about that." _____
- Please send this press release to you local newspapers,
radio and television media ... especially independent and smaller outlets.
Use this information to call talk radio shows. Spread the word.
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