I continue with my writing on the upside-down understanding of so many things in our society – especially our understanding of rights and liberty. As always, the central theme is the struggle to control, but the specific issue – the thing everyone sees and never looks past – is gun control.
The issue isn’t really about our right to own a gun. You and I do not so much as we have a right to own a gun as we have an inalienable right to defend ourselves and our property. A gun is just one of the most effective means of providing us with the ability to defend our persons and property. While an able-bodied man who has become proficient in martial arts may be capable of defending himself in most circumstances, a crippled old woman in a wheel chair who knows how to use a small .22 caliber pistol is infinitely more able to defend herself from harm, and infinitely more capable than is she had nothing but her bare hands. So, when we look past the guns, what we are really dealing with is the right to defend ourselves and our property.
But it is more than that. We are dealing with our inalienable right to defend our individual rights and liberty. This is more than a personal right, it is a duty. Even in this modern age of increasing isolation, few of us live in total isolation from one and other. The majority have families and loved ones for whom we care. When properly understood, Natural Law imparts a duty upon each and every individual to care for their family, then their loved ones and, finally, even for the whole of society. This means we have a duty to each other to protect and preserve the individual rights and liberties of every individual in society – even to the point of our own death. That duty transcends our own survival. If it doesn’t, then the whole possibility of there ever being a free and self-governing society is rendered impossible. Fortunately, we know that such a duty does exist as our founding fathers provided us with their living example of how it works. Read and reflect on the last few lines of the Declaration of Independence, and remember how many of the men who signed it actually gave their lives as proof of their commitment to these words:
And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm Reliance on the Protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.
But today, there are people who seek to take your ability to defend yourself from them because they aim to control you. This desire to control people has been with man since the dawn of his existence, but the chains of control are becoming harder and harder to break. In many cases, we don’t even recognize them anymore. Your television is a means of control. So it shouldn’t have surprised us when the government funded TVs and analogue boxes for “the poor.” They were not trying to help; they were seeking to maintain your access to their manipulation. Drugs are a means of control. Not only is there a connection between many of the recent incidents of mass murder and depression medication – a FACT INTENTIONALLY omitted by the manipulating media – but there is a connection to what is increasingly becoming the forced use of medication to control what was once understood to be the normal behavior of children. You should look at how often Riddilen and other such drugs are forced on parents by the government – sometimes to the point of losing their children if they do not comply with the State’s demands. Gun control is just one more symptom of the desire to control other people. If they disarm the nation, then the nation will be helpless to resist more overt acts of tyranny.
When it comes right down to it, you and I really only have one “right.” There is only one thing you and I can control and no one can ever take from us. Everything else we call “rights” is derived from this one thing, this one thing that we can truly claim as ours and ours alone. Our free will! And any attempt to force you to act outside of your free will is a violation of your right and all those rights attached to it. Just understand, free will does not mean the freedom to do whatever we desire. There are limits to what actions we can take in relation to others and to the free will of other people. But, so long as we stay within those limits (i.e. do not harm or restrain the free will of others), then there is NO JUST AUTHORITY by which anyone can claim to restrain your will. Our founders called it the rights of conscience and, if you will research it, you will find that phrase was intimately connected to the drafting of the 1st Amendment.
I would strongly urge you to start understanding that there is more at play here than the false flag issue of gun control. Your liberty – REAL liberty is at stake – not this false notion of freedom under the “benevolent” hand of an all-powerful and all-controlling government. We are being ruled by people who seek to enforce their will on the entire world, a will that stands in direct opposition to natural law. And they are prepared to enforce it over your will – even if it means they have to kill you.