Quote of the day—map.therealbitcoin.club

If you need a gun to protect your property you simply have too much property and lost your life already aquiring [sic] that property.

August 27, 2018
Comment to EXCLUSIVE: 3D Gun Proponent Defiant Offers Firearm Blueprints For Sale.*
[Ahhh… yes. The true nature of an anti-gun person comes to light. They are opposed to private property as well as being anti-gun. Apparently they want us all to be part of the collective.—Joe]

* Bonus: There is a humorous typo in the URL to the post:

… exclusive-3d-fun-proponent-defiant-offers-firearm-blueprints-for-sale


8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—map.therealbitcoin.club

  1. It is refreshing to hear anti-gunners actually say what they are really thinking.

  2. Judging from the arrest records of so many anti-gun activists, they think you have too much property, and they have comparatively too little, and don’t like looking down the barrel of a gun when they attempt to “redistribute” said property.

    • That’s pretty much the whole basis for the argument (the Great Controversy) of all time. And of course “too much peoperty” translates as “you have something I want, I’m not willing to do what it takes to acquire it fairly, so I’m stealing it from you”.

  3. Whoever said this would object strenuously if someone were to take what “little” he has compared to others. And that is why it should happen to him
    (there’s always someone with less).

  4. Why even have police, then? They’re just some other guy with a gun protecting your property.

    • Which is why the left has always hated cops. When I was kid in the 1960s the hippie/commies called them “pigs” and were into rioting, burning and looting as much as any antifa gang is today.

  5. VI; Thou shalt not kill (confirms the right to life)
    VII; Thou shalt not commit adultery (confirms the sanctity of marriage)
    VIII; Thou shalt not steal (confirms property rights)
    IX; Though shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor (confirms the sanctity of truth)
    X; Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s (this last one must REALLY fill the authoritarian with hate– So not only is it “thou shalt not steal”, but don’t even so much as WANT [covet] what is not yours, AND THE DETAIL here is astounding. No part of your neighbor’s household, or employees, or means of production [ox] or means of transport [ass] which together mean commerce! It’s ALL off the table! Just…DON’T! NO ROOM FOR COMPROMISE.)

    Those aren’t some fuddy-duddy old laws made up by superstitious, possibly crazy, long-dead people with nothing better to do, those are THE laws for all time and for all places and all situations. Not one more is needed in any society. Thus the Decalogue is “The Perfect Law of Liberty”.


    (Oh yes; they know this stuff better than we do, which is how they’re able to attack it so directly, so brilliantly and so effectively)

    “When lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin; and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death.”

    (We all know it)

    “But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deeds.”

    Who cares about that silly old stuff anymore though, right? Aren’t we too smart to listen to it, being clever enough to make it up and change the rules as we go?

    So; DUH. What should anyone expect but the tragedy and ruin (and ultimately death) which is the actual goal of any authoritarian system, based as it is on a lust for the power to act on envy and angst?

    And if you love six through ten then you’re a libertarian, and so then maybe you’d best try to comprehend one through five, if you can, being as they establish the Authority of the Law, and the Mark of that Authority.

    • Lyle,
      I see you are still using the mis-translation “kill” instead of the correct “murder”. That was done deliberately by the Church, as a means to control the people.

Comments are closed.