Government the “guilty accomplice” of Sandy Hook killer

by Doug Book,  staff writer

Strange, isn’t it, that cowardly mass killers never seem to “ply their trade” at pistol ranges or shooting events throughout the nation. No, they inevitably choose government-mandated “gun free zones” in which no prospective victim has the means to defend either himself or anyone in his charge.

After the murders at Sandy Hook, gun grabbers are out in force demanding something at last be done about the “all-too-easy” accessibility of firearms. The NY Times points out, Barack Obama “wiped the corner of his eye” during an address to the American public. We’re supposed to believe it was the cruel murder of these children which caused a purportedly emotional response in the president. More likely it was unbounded joy at the opportunity this tragedy provides in the left’s ongoing battle against the right of self-defense.

After all, are we to believe this lifelong supporter of infanticide gives a damn about the death of a few children who had simply escaped an earlier fate at the hands of Planned Parenthood? Does anyone remember the image of Bill Clinton suddenly beginning to weep at the funeral of Ron Brown after being unexpectedly caught laughing on camera at a joke someone had told him?

Obama, the Brady Bunch, Michael Bloomberg, Diane Feinstein and the rest of those who advocate gun confiscation under the guise of “common sense legislation” regret one thing only–that even MORE children weren’t killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School so as to further weaken the resolve of the NRA and other 2nd Amendment rights organizations and supporters.

“There are more good guys than bad guys in the world,” writes Oathkeepers founder Stewart Rhodes.  “But the good guys need to be able to stop the bad guys, and that means they need to be armed so they can stop the bad guys on the spot, without having to wait for “official” government approved good guys to respond.” (1)

Self-defense was forbidden by government proclamation at Sandy Hook. Any notion of being prepared to defend one’s life, or that of 7 year old child, would be met with fine and imprisonment, imposed by those who believe the best response to violence is to render its victims defenseless!

The evil and deranged will be with us forever. To think they will somehow be deterred from horrific acts because their prospective victims are legally prevented from fighting back is an affront to common sense. Stewart Rhodes was right when he called the Federal Government “…complicit in the deaths of these children, and in fact an accessory to their mass murder, by forcibly disarming…all the teachers, all the staff, and any parent who may have been on school property.” (1)  

After the murders at Sandy Hook, Mayors against Illegal Guns founder and gun confiscation advocate Michael Bloomberg called for “immediate action,” saying “…it’s still almost impossible to believe that a mass shooting in a kindergarten class could happen.” Impossible to believe, Mr. Mayor? How can that be when you and your ilk campaign so ardently for the implementation of “gun free zones” throughout the nation! You demand law abiding Americans be disarmed and rendered defenseless, yet profess disbelief when a lunatic so predictably takes advantage!

And killers are indeed taking advantage of your campaign against the right to keep and bear arms, Mr. Mayor. They are taking advantage of defenseless people in the gun free zones which you create. Now why not have the courage of your convictions and explain that to the parents of Sandy Hook’s dead.




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10 thoughts on “Government the “guilty accomplice” of Sandy Hook killer”

  1. I can not help but think this was staged as another false flag by the Obama regime when I read of the same connections to DARPA that were found in the Boulder theater shooting. Search for yourself. The Russian press alleges that these “useful idiots” are prepped to kill in order to gain sympathy for aboloshing our second ammendment. I see, even from friends on Facebook, petitions to do just that. MY response is that we need to arm teachers and encourage peple to buy and be trained to use more guns, before we all find ourselves slaves to a government we will not want or even recognize. Gorbochov warns us today that we are headed down the same path that collapsed the Soviet empire. With all that is wrong with America today, the last think we need to be focusing on is public outcry to take away our guns!

  2. Our president’s principal credos: 1. Never let a crisis go to waste. 2. From each according to his ability, to each according to his need. 3. Everything ever said or written by Saul Alinsky, Cloward and Piven and Bill Ayers, et. al.

    He will use the Conn. school tragedy to his own ends, notably to start collecting the estimated 300,000,000 guns in the U.S. Good luck, Mr. Hussein.

    1. I will not give in to these gutless individuals and I too believe this tragedy would have been stopped much sooner had the teachers or even passers by had been armed. I wonder how all these bastardos would like to be without their body guards and the Secret Service/State Police, protecting their useless butts

  3. Isn’t it strange we are having all these mass murders at the same time they are trying to grab all guns from our people. Ever hear of electro magnetic mind control? Cathy O’brien? She published a book regarding her life in a CIA “house” makes you wonder who is really responsible for these mass spontaneous murders.

  4. According to a study done by Florida State University criminologist Gary Kleck, there are some 2 million defensive uses of guns each year by law abiding citizens. The majority do not even involve the firing of the weapon. Its deterrent value alone is enough to prevent robbery, murder, rape and who knows what other sort of offense.
    Of course gun grabbers believe this should all be left to government-authorized defenders of the common good, that is, police and the like. No one would argue that police do not provide an invaluable service, often with little or no appreciation of their efforts. But the old saying is nevertheless quite true: “When seconds count, police are only minutes away.” How many Americans would be dead today if they had not been able to defend themselves with a firearm?

  5. For those who think a strong military or personal defense is counter to real life, consider Jesus’ admonition in Matthew 12:29 and Mark 9:40: “How can anyone enter a strong man’s house and make off with his property unless he first ties him securely? Only then can he rob his house. He who is not with me is against me…”

    Francis Scott Key in 1814 had to know the meaning of this Scripture when he wrote the final verse of the Star-Spangled Banner:

    Anyone ever seen the final verse of the Star-Spangled Banner?

    Oh thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand

    Between their loved homes and the war’s desolation!

    Blest with victory and peace; may the heav’n rescued land

    Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a Nation.

    Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,

    And this be our motto: In God is our trust.

    And the Star-Spangled Banner in triumph shall wave

    O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave!

  6. The problem we have is not with the guns; it is with the people who have no leadership or moral compass today. If we don’t need no stinkin’ religion, how do we expect the people to live differently from animals? We have a whole generation who don’t know right from wrong and unless we correct that problem these atrocities will continue and even multiply. Correct the people and the gun problem will correct itself.

  7. We the People have a right to be armed and well trained with militia grade weapons so that the government (the federal government in particular) continually holds a healthy fearful respect of the righteous wrath of the citizenry should the government ever cross too far over the line into tyranny.

    Self defense, recreational hunting and collecting, although important rights in and of themselves, all take a back seat to the main purpose of the Second Amendment, which to provide a visceral reminder to our public servants that they are in fact servants rather than rulers. We must vigilantly and unapologetically make this point clear, especially after the inevitable shortsighted anti Second Amendment backlash following tragic incidents of mass murder by firearm. Our leaders must always remain acutely aware that they are subservient to We the People and may be very literally “fired” should they choose to ignore that fact and try to descend into unbridled governmental tyranny. This reason is so important that gun ownership by normal, responsible citizens is a right that borders on a duty, in my opinion.

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