Quote of the day—Alan Gottlieb & Dave Workman

Nothing so vividly illustrates the delusional state of the gun prohibitionist’s mindset than the stubborn defense of the so called “gun-free school zone.”

Alan Gottlieb & Dave Workman
Good Guys With Guns, page 105

[You would think they would give it up after being shown that 95+% of all mass shootings occur in “gun-free” areas. Or just pointing out that if “gun-free” areas worked making banks “gun-free zones” would eliminate bank robberies. Or making schools “drug-free zones” would cause recreational drug to cease.

But it is irrational to expect people to be rational. And those rational enough to know the truth but evil enough to further their agenda with the deaths of innocent children use this lack of rationality in the masses to their advantage.—Joe]


6 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Alan Gottlieb & Dave Workman

  1. Why stubbornly attribute to mental incompetence what is mostly readily attributed to evil?

    If we People of the Gun have a mental failing, it is in the assumption that everyone who takes the opposite opinion from us on this subject is ignorant or some other flavor of mental incompetent. These people aren’t stupid. They can add, their eyes work and they foment the continuation of these policies because they are WORKING AS INTENDED. They want to generate fear and dependence on government to control the resultant flock of victims. They want to disarm the rams among the sheep so that everyone can be shorn for their profit. They have plans for us that they know we would resist, violently, if given the tools and they want those tools taken away.

    They aren’t stupid; they’re evil.

      • Stupid you ignore. Ignorant you educate. Evil needs to be destroyed. The difficulty is often these three characteristics appear in a single package and it is hard to distinguish which in force at a given time.

    • Specifically, the plan is to corrupt, de-stabilize and dilute Western Civilization, particularly to annihilate the Protestant Reformation, to make the pain of separation so great that the idea of joining their ridiculous ecumenical movement will seem like a welcome relief by comparison, and thus to create a new, global, decidedly fascist, church/state system.

      Ordo ab Cao.

      The global, political left, which appears to be secular but isn’t, is allied with the papacy, which appears to be Christian but isn’t. It will be the New Dark Ages, but with high tech to back it up; a nightmare such as the world has never seen.

      I think Joe has it right. Workman though is apparently still in the dark, attributing to delusion that which is rather a combination of malice and lust for power (the criminal mind).

      Until we can face the reality of that which opposes us, we’re utterly incapable of overcoming it. One cannot prevail over an enemy that one cannot even define, the nature of which one does not understand. In such a condition we are swinging at phantoms in the dark. Confused as to the nature of the conflict, we’ll always be several steps behind the enemy. In this case we’re over a hundred years behind, and counting.

      We could go far out into the weeds and discuss whether malice and lust for power is in itself “stupid” but it would be pointless. Such a “stupid” person can be in possession of great intelligence, awareness, and discernment, and thus capable of extreme cleverness in tactical and strategic planning and organization, so we’d need another word for it besides “stupid” or “delusional”, etc. The word “evil” has been around for a long time, however, and it fits just fine.

      The thief, also, by the way, has “proven” to himself that he is “smarter” than you. You work, and strive, and struggle, and overcome challenges, and he gets the benefit, see? So our attempts to insult the institutional, titled thieves are going to fall onto their smirking faces and they’ll laugh right back, knowing who has the (worldly) power and who doesn’t.

  2. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.. Ephesians 6:12 (KJV)

    I’ve tried to explain what that means, but Paul did a fine job of it around two thousand years ago.

  3. Good to see so much pushback against the concept that our enemies are stupid. Underestimating an enemy is a bad mistake and may be one’s last mistake.

Comments are closed.