Quote of the day—Colion Noir @MrColionNoir

My goal was always to make 2A mainstream. Some want to keep the 2A community small. I want it to be so big that there is no more 2A community, it’s just engrained in the culture. I want gun commercials during the Super Bowl. I want big time actors sponsored by gun companies.

Colion Noir @MrColionNoir
Tweeted on February 11, 2022

This is compatible with my goal (from May 30, 2019):

A gun is like a book. Possession, use, and purchase is a specific enumerated right. You should be able to be purchase them anyway, anytime, and anywhere.

That is my goal. Get used to it.

We both have more work to do.—Joe]


7 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Colion Noir @MrColionNoir

  1. For a refreshing take on the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States please peruse “Thermonuclear Monarchy” by Elaine Scarry. It’s a meditation on 2A.

    • Hmmm… this comment seems to be a non-sequiter. Why is this referenced book, which has 5 ratings and no comments on Amazon, more of a rant from about the ‘monarchic’ use of nuclear weapons versus Congress’s enumerated power to declare war, which has nothing to do with the Second Amendment? There are 3 reviews on Goodreads, and one of them includes the phrase: “Who would have thought having nukes actually violates the Second Amendment? Elaine Scarry, that’s who. […] Also, she has a tendency to venture off course dramatically (such as a 20 page history of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation which had little or no payoff).”

      Ahhh… it is because the person who made the comment and linked to an anti-nuclear advocacy website (including the peaceful use of nuclear energy for power generation) is a board member of that organization, and their LinkedIn profile lists their occupation as ‘activist’.

      So, before you go looking for the ‘meditation on the second amendment’ that was promised, just be aware that was a hook to get you to read the rest of the manifesto.

  2. Having reduced a large swath of America into the lunacy. So much so that thinking you need to change the name of “natural gas” to something more scary to effect how people think of it.
    Unfortunately means your probably going to have to use guns to defend yourself, long before reaching your goal. Unlofty as it is.
    On the bright side. You already have a 100 million or more friends and neighbors to which guns are no big deal. And part of everyday life as you and Colion would have it. Which incidentally happens to be the perfect population for America.
    Something the commies should be much more worried about.
    Wouldn’t that cure our climate change problems too?

  3. Yes well, it’s a very nice goal. Hollywood and the legacy media however exist primarily as a weapon against the American and Judeao-Christian principles, and would therefore need to be got rid of (in their current iteration) before that could happen. Of course they’re going to assert the first amendment in their defense, putting us, quite deliberately, into something of a conundrum. The constitution therefore is an imperfect instrument if it is to be solely relied upon for such a fulfillment of the republic as you describe, and I further assert that that too is by design.

    While the constitution guarantees our RKBA, it also guarantees our enemies a permanent beachhead, within and throughout our society, from which they may, even at our expense, prosecute an endless, internationally supported war against our fundamental principles. Couple that with public education, and the enemy has had the upper hand ever since.

    The forces of evil know all too well that a significant part of the early settlement of North America consisted of Bible-believing Christians fleeing the persecution of Rome, and that therefore much of what we think of as the principles of Western Civilization are in fact based on the Ten Commandments. They know this, whether we know it or not.

    They will therefore have taken all the necessary steps and implanted early on the necessary institutions required to prevent this upstart civilization from getting out of hand. I’d say they’ve done a good job.

    Now if you’re going to war-game this out, you’d need to have some basic understanding of how Rome, and it’s network of associations, has been operating for the last 1500+ years. It’s pretty hard to defeat an enemy you can’t even define, much less oppose once you find out that many of your friends, heroes, and cherished institutions are on its side. Otherwise you’ll be fighting only proxies and engaging the enemy’s false dialectics for the rest of your life.

  4. A friend of mine once said “Revolvers should be sold in grocery stores, right next to the refried beans and other staples.”

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