Quote of the day—Colion Noir

Gun control is what you talk about when you don’t want to talk about the truth.

Colion Noir
June 16, 2017
NRATV
[This video also has Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) saying “We lose 93 million Americans a day to gun violence.” which I blogged about a couple weeks ago.

After explaining the 93 people per day includes self-defense shootings and suicides Colion concludes, “This should tell you everything you need to know about their integrity. Yes. Yes it does.—Joe]

2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Colion Noir

  1. Good points, all. I just wish he’d include the basic principles– He’s building a very, very nice house, but there’s no foundation under it.

    As for the political division, universally decried as a bad thing which we all should strive to mitigate; when one side is actively and consistently opposed to the truth then we MUST have division. The more the division the better, for otherwise we ourselves are turning away from the truth.

    Too often we hear pleas for “balance” or “reconciliation” and suchlike, but no one will benefit from “balancing” the truth with lies, or “reconciling” liberty with wholesale coercion.

    The truth is; the left is opposed to truth, and favors coercion. There can be no going along to get along with that. The truth is that we’ve gotten to this sad juncture precisely because we’ve tolerated the left and thus given it a false sense of legitimacy.

    Now the left truly believes it is the one legitimacy. We’ve let insanity become mainstream, and we’ve adopted much of it into our laws and institutions. That’s like throwing chum into shark infested waters. OF COURSE it’s going to get worse when we’re trying to appease the insane and the criminal, the anti American Americans and the Marxist-leaning Europeans.

    When the children get out of control the adults are to blame, and that is essentially what has been happening in the West for well over 100 years.

    • What was the joke about John F****ng Kerry negotiating with the Iranians?
      The Iranians: “Death to all Americans.”
      Kerry: “Can we meet you half-way?”
      To accept that sort of compromise is the compromise of slaves, of “Please don’t take it all today”. S
      Solzhenitsyn saw this in the camps, where the ethics of the Zeks, the prisoners, were reduced to, “You today, me tomorrow.”

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