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A ‘Well Regulated Militia’ the Basis of Private Gun Ownership

When the Second Amendment was ratified in 1791 the phrase, “well regulated militia,” underlined the importance of the words, “shall not be infringed.”

Yet today, due to the breakdown in education wrought by leftist academicians and media talking heads, many Americans presume a “well regulated militia” and “shall not be infringed” are polar opposites; that the former represents a collective right viewpoint while the latter presents the right as an individual one.  Such presumptions create a false dichotomy that pits one phrase against another in an amendment where both phrases were meant to be of mutual benefit.

Consider the Second Amendment: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

At the outset we must understand that the individual right to keep and bear arms is not in spite of the mention of a militia but because of it.  In other words, because the militia played a key role in the Founders’ minds, and is intended to play a key role even now, the right to possess arms, with which to gather in militia, “shall not be infringed.”

FK – So when is the Breitbart militia forming up?

Why hasn’t Trump brought the troops home and activated the militias and had them hunt our real enemies who are here and always have been?

What is a man, really?

The words ‘illegal gun’ aren’t in the Second Amendment.

What to teach your kids

The only real reason for the militia

A new birth of Liberty, or death

The most important things to do

Gear or Skills? Which one will keep you alive when a disaster strikes?

FK – What is gear without the skills to use it? How much skill does it take to crawl into a proper sleeping bag? Not a lot unless you don’t know to shed your wet under clothes and store them next to your body so they’ll dry.

Our ancestors had ‘minimalist’ lifestyles because they were impoverished. Once I made the mistake of asking my grandmother what the great depression was like. This after a lifetime of hearing the old folks talk about how not so good the old days were.

She looked at me like I was crazy and said, “Depression? What depression? We were already poor.”

If some scenario devolves into a long term issue you’ll need to know how to make clothing from leather, if you can obtain it, from whatever source. Have you read/seen the book/movie ‘The Road?’ That’s where all this is headed.

Tools will come from natural products. The long hunters wore buckskin and dressed much like the Indians because their cotton/wool/linsey whatever clothing would rot off them in the wilderness.

The ‘native Americans’ had hard lives.

If we let things devolve to that point we deserve it.

I’ve had a strange idea for some time now: Why don’t we get off our asses and do what will be required to take our country back before we end up eating each other? We outnumber our enemies, or at least their leadership. Why hasn’t Trump brought the troops home and had them hunt our real enemies, who’ve always been here?

We need to be prepping for what will be required.

Prepping for slavery

This is all distraction. We should be hanging our corporate commie globalists not waiting for the world to end.

What can I do?

As our ancestors conquered we must be ready to defend or we will be conquered. Or maybe we already have been.

Why are we pushing democracy when we’ve lost our Liberty?

“Democracy is the road to socialism.” – Karl Marx

So when will the republicrats repeal the 16th amendment and the evil gun laws and pass a constitutional amendment to ban socialism?

Why are we REFORMING COMMUNISM? WHY is NO ONE asking WHY we HAVE an income tax?

Democracy is evil, another form of manipulation, two wolves and a sheep voting on lunch. Liberty is a well-armed sheep contesting the vote and killing the wolves. We MUST DEMAND LIBERTY!

The most important things to do

The only real reason for the militia

The cancer on America’s face, or why I do what I do…

A few things that might matter, or ‘The Basics’ part two