DOJ PAPER- GOV'T CASE AGAINST BASED ON UNMITIGATED LIES
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Tuesday, February 26, 2013
DOJ Paper: Gov't case against guns based on unmitigated lies
The Daily Jot has obtained a copy of the nine-page analysis by the National Institute of Justice entitled "Summary Sheet of Select Firearm Violence Prevention Strategies." The NIJ is the research, development and evaluation agency of the Department of Justice. Written by Deputy Director Dr. Greg Ridgeway, the paper is dated on January 4, 15 days before the occupant of the Oval Office delivered his "Now is the Time" speech where he outlined a softer version of the paper's main thrust--disarming America through an escalating series of actions beginning with background checks and ending with gun bans--what the National Rifle Association touts as the real strategy behind the White House propaganda.
First, the paper has several "facts" that would cause anyone reading it to question the necessity of the occupant's harsh proposals. From the paper: 1) there are about 11,000 firearm homicides every year, 2) mass shootings average 35 fatalities per year, 3) gun buybacks are ineffective unless massive and coupled with a ban, 4) the previous 10 year ban on large capacity magazines experienced no change in the criminal use of them, 5) background checks do not deter criminal purchases of guns because they are bought in a largely unenforceable secondary market, and 6) assault weapons are not a major contributor to gun crime; bans on them "would not have a large impact on gun homicides."
While the paper does not have a distinct conclusion, woven throughout the paper are two main points: 1) there is no real way to curb gun violence because criminals will always get them, and 2) initiatives to curb gun violence are not effective unless there is a comprehensive mandate that includes massive buybacks, background checks, registration, confiscation, and outright bans. The paper informs that any of these initiatives taken without the other would be ineffective. The White House has out and out lied to the public about the magnitude of the crisis and the impact of any of its gun violence reduction proposals. One can only conclude that the White House aim is to disarm American citizens.
Here is how it works: Registration must be renewed regularly. If it is not, the government confiscates your guns. If you do not meet certain criteria in a background check, you will not be able to purchase a gun. Failed background checks would be put in a file to be monitored. The Department of Homeland Security already published a paper (April 2009) saying that religious people who are against abortion and do not trust the government are considered extremists. How long do you think a pro-life Christian that wants limited government will pass any background check? In short, registration and background checks allow the government to know who you are and what you are. Just in case they need to know.
The points are clear: Assault weapons, large magazines, background checks, even the number of firearm related deaths per year do not warrant an infringement on the Second Amendment. This White House intends to play on emotions, not facts, to disarm American citizens. Once disarmed, a tyrannical system can do what it wants. None of the Bill of Rights, especially the rights to free speech and religious freedom, will survive if the Second Amendment is undermined. Ephesians 5:6 says, "Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things comes the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience." Be forewarned: Allow man to usurp your God-given freedom, and you and your family will know first hand the consequences.
Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!