Not in his lifetime

Fred Hiatt wants a gun-free society and isn’t afraid to share his bizarre mindset with everyone:

Maybe it’s time to start using the words that the NRA has turned into unmentionables.

Prohibition.

Mass buyback.

A gun-free society.

Let’s say that one again: A gun-free society.

Doesn’t it sound logical? Doesn’t it sound safe?

I don’t know what sort of mind altering drugs he is using but his reality is seriously warped. There is no logic in it as he doesn’t consider the tradeoffs. He only considers the downside of private gun ownership without considering the benefits or the infringement of rights involved in the confiscation of privately owned guns. As for safe, well, ask the tens (or hundreds depending which statistics you want to use) of millions of unarmed and disarmed private citizens murdered by their own governments in the 20th century. Yeah, they seem to be pretty quiet on the topic because they are all dead.

As I have said several times before, the reason they are all coming out of the closet now is the anti-gun people are on a downward slope to oblivion and this is the shrieking as they approach the abyss. It’s a well known psychological phenomena. With the right circumstances and when confronted with unequivocal disconfirmation they will increase their proselyting of the unsupportable belief.

Regardless of his poor mental state don’t every let anyone get away with telling you that no one wants to take your guns.

And if you get a chance, tell Hiatt the U.S. isn’t going to have a gun free society in his lifetime.

15 thoughts on “Not in his lifetime

  1. A gun free society doesn’t sound particularly logical or safe, unless big changes were to occur in the nature of humans and human society, and the people who long for a gun free (actually they mean a violence free) society seem unable to understand how to achieve the very minor changes accomplished two generations ago in the United States.
    I think this person would find the society of Shangri-la to be appealing. He could not, however, take even the smallest step towards that society in real life without unleashing the four horsemen of totalitarianism.

  2. As Kevin Baker of “The Smallest Minority” posted in his 4th tweet ever to an almost identical statement by another crap for brains moron :
    A world with no guns? It’s run by large men with swords and is not “equal,” “fair,” “safe,” or “democratic.”

    So, either they know this and have plans that we would take violent exception to, or they’re really that stupid.

    • It’s my opinion that what they mean is ‘a society where the proles are disarmed and the elites have access to all the armed security they’ll ever need’.

      My opinion’s more or less similar to Kevin Baker’s. Strip away the whining and gun control is basically neo-feudalism.

      • Except there is no Noblesse oblige going the other way, only power and perks. Feudalism works because it recognizes rights and responsibilities that cut both down AND up the social strata.

        • Oh, absolutely. I’d sooner live under the most venal feudal duke than under some progtard, at this point. C.S. Lewis’s quote keeps springing to mind.

  3. The muslim brotherhood OWNS the criminal cabal “running things” in “DC”. They want us disarmed so they can set up their new “caliphate”. You know, that “fundamental transformation”…

    Fred Hiatt probably believes in unicorns too.

  4. “With the right circumstances and when confronted with unequivocal disconfirmation they will increase their proselyting of the unsupportable belief.”

    Isn’t this the same as: “the dummocrats ALWAYS double down on teh stoopid”?

    Please stick to the blogger’s Style Book, sir. You can SEE what became of Merrie Olde Englande when they started using that Oxford Don style book Over There…

  5. “There is no logic in it as he doesn’t consider the tradeoffs. He only considers downside of private gun ownership …”.

    This is why Congress decided (if reluctantly) that the CDC should not be evaluating “Gun Control” as a health issue.

    When you consider your priorities before you start thinking about the issue. judgement is always questionable.

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