Some people are realists

Others live within a fantasy realm of their own creation.

With all the talk about one side of the civil rights argument seeing the other as “different: in some way or another, I would like to point to an item of proof that the anti-civil rights folks are in a likely unanimous fantasy realm where government only brings about “nice things”.

Overall, the poll finds that 29 percent of Americans think that an armed revolution in order to protect liberties might be necessary in the next few years, with another five percent unsure. However, these beliefs are conditional on party. Just 18 percent of Democrats think an armed revolution may be necessary, as opposed to 44 percent of Republicans and 27 percent of independents.

Only 38 percent of Americans who believe a revolution might be necessary support additional gun control legislation, compared with 62 percent of those who don’t think an armed revolt will be needed. “The differences in views of gun legislation are really a function of differences in what people believe guns are for,” said Cassino. “If you truly believe an armed revolution is possible in the near future, you need weapons and you’re going to be wary about government efforts to take them away.

I’m not saying I think that “armed revolution” will likely happen in the “next few years”. Nor do I think that it is necessary. However, there will be violence. Most likely it will come either when whatever Republican gets run in 2016 defeats either Hillary or Biden, or when the next natural disaster or moderate to large terrorist attack happens and the area in which it happens cannot be controlled and/or supplied quickly enough.

In either scenario, I want to be on the ruling council of my neighborhood. I have taken and I maintain steps to ensure this happens. Being well prepared with arms is just one of these steps.

And if there is “armed revolution”, I can work with that, depending on whose running the shows.

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2 Responses to Some people are realists

  1. me says:

    I’m calling it. I offer this prediction, of course, for entertainment purposes only. Not responsible for lost or stolen objects. You must be this tall to get on this ride.

    Anyway. Assuming we make it to 2016, my prediction is, the Outer Party will nominate Chris Christie in 2016. The Inner Party will nominate Hillary Clinton. Working-class whites and gun owners, noticing that they are being once again offered a choice between two corrupt leftist apparatchiks who have made careers out of spitting on and shitting on working-class whites and gun owners, will boycott the election even more completely than they did in 2012.

    The Hillary Clinton/Janet Reno ticket will get the Free Shit Army vote and win in a “landslide” with 50.1% of the official popular vote–including 150-200% of the official vote tallies in Chicago, plus ten or twenty million absentee votes cast by Mr. Zig Zag and Mr. Crack Pipe, of no fixed address (supplied by “community organizers,” of course), plus several million more votes cast illegally by wetbacks, all the dead people in every cemetery in Chicago, several million votes cast legally by the wetbacks who are about to get amnesty, college kids registering and voting in two different states, etc.

    And on the occasion of the very next mass shooting/terrorist attack/bad hair day, Hillary will call for martial law, suspension of the Constitution, and revocation of citizenship of “the vast right-wing conspiracy,” with the enthusiastic backing of the Free Shit Army, the Inner Party, and its fawning sycophants in MINITRU, I mean, the “fake but accurate” newsmedia. The Outer Party will, as always, offer a compromise in which Hillary’s new dictatorial powers are phased in over a period of two years instead of immediately, while working feverishly to convince Dick Turban or Al Franken to run with an “R” by his name in 2020. And when BATFE and Vaterlandgesicherheitsdienst start kicking down doors and confiscating guns, at that point, as the kids say, it’s gonna be on like Donkey Kong.

    Got ammo?

  2. Sulaco says:

    Less than 3% of the population at the time fought in the war for independence with Britain. Most others sat on the side lines. That is about average for revolutionary wars the highly motivated fight and the majority (sheep) waits to see who will be the new masters. No different in the next one in our country just likely to get REAL messy. In this case 29% are indicating it “might” be necessary, big gulp time for our “masters”.

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