Quote of the day—Gene Ralno

Use of the term “gun violence” is part of the democrat flimflam because it narrows the focus to fit the objective. The objective of course is to disarm the American public. Think about it. Have you ever heard the term “gun gentleness” used by a politician or anyone else?

No? Then ask yourself why the democrat party doesn’t focus on just violence instead of gun violence. Fact is they’re after guns, not violence. They couldn’t care less about the entire field of violence because it commingles too many criminals with peaceable, lawful citizens.

Gene Ralno
October 1, 2019
Comment to RE: Michael Corrigan
[It’s not about public safety. It’s about control of the common citizen.—Joe]


5 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Gene Ralno

  1. It is not about violence – it is only about eliminating anybody that stands in their way. They are already pushing lax enforcement for the protected classes (victims). Law-abiding citizens must follow the law, victims are excused. In particular, their efforts are not focused on people who use stolen or back market guns and do not follow the law.

    All of this fits right in with their barbaric lust for nihilism and a desire to destroy western civilization to create the ‘perfect’ world for the end of human existence for them and their comrades.

    • A pretty sad commentary on the state of things when the only difference between what some of these folks are doing and if it were a cabal of satanists is that the name and organizational titles on the stationary would be different.

    • Here is another take from a review of the Joker:

      “Destructionism is stage two of any unachievable vision of what society should be like against a reality that refuses to conform. Destructionism also proves to be strangely compelling to populist movements that are anxious to externalize their enemies and smite the forces that stand in the way of their reassertion of power. Finally they discover satisfaction in destruction – as an end in itself – because it makes them feel alive and gives their life meaning.”

      “The Joker, then, is not just one man, not just a crazy person, but the instantiation of the insane and morbid dangers associated with persistent personal failure backed by a conviction that when there is a fundamental conflict between a vision and reality, it can only be solved by the creation of chaos and suffering. As unpleasant as it is, The Joker is the movie we need to see to understand and then prepare for the horrors that this unchecked mentality can unleash on the world.”


  2. We should replace the word “democrat”, with the word “Communist”. It’s not the democratic party. It’s the Communist party.
    Go read the communist manifesto. It’s the DNC platform. Watch how defensive they get when you do.

  3. I don’t think that talking about violence in general commingles too many innocent citizens with criminals, but solely and continuously complaining about “gun violence” obscures true causes and true solutions. We also speak about “gang violence”, but in that case we recognize that it is a social organizational problem, not one of wearing certain colors in certain places. If the guns were truly the problem, the gun room at the Autry Museum of the West, or the gun museum at the Winchester House in San Jose would be the most dangerous places for civilians in California.
    This is, of course recognized as an absurd concept by all but Leftists.

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