Quote of the day—Sir Malta

The worst part of the US is that even though the mass voices arguing against you have the combined IQ of a toddler, their votes are worth just as much.

That country needs some actual leadership to remove the guns and violence. Let the retards revolt and shoot them down with the very weapons they love so much and save countles innocent lives for the future.

Sir Malta
January 6, 2015
Comment to 3D-Printed Guns Are Only Getting Better, and Scarier
[I would like to suggest Sir Malta improve his spelling, grammar, and measurements before he insists those opposing regulation of 3D printed guns “have the combined IQ of a toddler”. But perhaps if he persists in his desire to murder us it is better that he just keep thinking that.

Don’t ever let anyone get away with telling you that no one wants to take your guns.

Via email from Jack M.—Joe]


10 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Sir Malta

  1. What struck me about this comment was how openly tyranical and smugly superior it is.

    This person is openly advocating for a totalitarian coup for the express purpose of removing free speech and firearms rights and then murdering all who dissent all while laughing at the proles that would be crusehd under the jackboots of his dreams.

  2. Yep, just another blaring example of the cultural rift between gun/freedom-loving people and the control freaks. All we want is to be left alone; they want minute control of every detail.

    And of course, even if guns were to magically disappear overnight, those of us who owned them would still be inferior to these alleged Brainiacs for even harboring thoughts about firearms, freedom, and the ability to live life unimpeded by invasive regulation.

  3. A modest little man, no doubt, with ever-so-much to be modest about. One really shouldn’t go casting aspersions at another’s intelligence whilst simultaneously demonstrating a lack of critical-thinking skills. But, then, leftists never seem to get that their belief system is a case in point.


  4. I suppose he made up for his failure to include a penis reference by calling for mass slaughter.

    Since he refers to the U.S. as “that country” I’ll assume he is not an American. What do you want to bet his country has a higher murder rate than the U.S?

    As far as the intelligence of the average American; since this is a melting pot of peoples and cultures from all over the globe, it can’t be much different from other countries. As far as inventiveness and cultural influence goes though, the U.S. ranks among the best, and that’s due simply to our past liberty.

    It is a fact that when you’re at the top, you’ll be insulted, derided, impugned and indicted a lot more than those on the bottom. So I’ll take his comment as a compliment. Though America’s Promise of Liberty and Justice for All has yet to be fulfilled, and we’ve been slipping backward for some decades, America has done very well relative to less free societies. THAT is what sticks in some people’s craws.

  5. Gee, I always thought it was the other way around with regards to the stupid people out there who have votes equal to mine. Specifically, the anti-gun, anti-freedom posters like Sir Malta who rarely have a fundamental understanding of the operation of firearms or even the four basic rules of firearm safety, yet they claim to be intellectually superior.

    I especially love how he would like to shoot us down to save countless lives in the future…by mass murdering in the present? A disconnect from morality and reality.

  6. IQ is intelligence quotient. Score divided be age. Combining the IQ of every gun owner is just averaging IQ – that’s how fractions work. If you aren’t getting smarter, then your IQ drops as you age. That’s why IQ measurements are useful to track childhood development, but aren’t useful for adult populations.

  7. On the other hand, I am somewhat heartened by how many people called out the breathless hysteria of the original article for what it was, even going so far as to point out that hardware store improvised weapons have been around as long as hardware stores have been around.

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  9. sir malta:

    my guns and i live at 136 s.e. 8th avenue, milton freewater, oregon, 97862.

    come and get ’em. i’ll leave the porch light on for you.

    john jay

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