In recent days gun rights activists have seen some big wins for the second amendment. The issue of “constitutional carry” (exercising your right to carry a firearm without a permit) has been gaining traction with West Virginia and Idaho becoming the latest of now ten states to adopt such a law. This is big news because the licensing of our rights is a telltale sign of tyranny. In Oklahoma there is a constitutional carry bill waiting to be heard; however, the bureaucracy that oversees licensing fees has argued that passing a constitutional carry law would affect their bottom line, as if our rights are dependent on whether or not the government makes money. In many cases these laws are being passed despite the tremendous pressure being applied by Michael Bloomberg’s Every town for Gun Safety and other groups like Mom’s Demand Action. In May of 2015 Mom’s Demand Action was kicked out of a Chipotle restaurant for rude and incriminating behavior while trying to make law abiding gun owners look like dangerous felons. This is a familiar tactic employed by the left and even though it often backfires, it is possible that it is being employed on a larger scale than anyone realizes.
We all know by now, (especially if you’re a regular reader of propaganda.news) that the left excels at organizing a power base, an army if you will that can be can be called upon at a moment’s notice to bring pressure on any issue. The recent protests at the Donald Trump rallies are excellent examples. Barack Obama is a master community organizer who knows exactly how to polarize an issue and get his supporters out in full strength to protest against it. We also know that the left operates from an “ends justify the means” mentality, and many people believe that the majority of mass shootings we have been witnessing, for example, have been staged in order to push for more gun control. This is entirely possible as it would be an application of the Hegelian Dialectic, or the problem-reaction-solution strategy. What if this was being applied in a much more subtle and deceptive method? What if the passing of constitutional carry laws was nothing but a means to end where the anti-gun left can be counted on to double down their efforts to do away with the second amendment out of fear? It may sound a bit farfetched; however, a similar strategy was predicted years ago by radio host and conspiracy theorist William Cooper.
Cooper wrote in his book Behold a Pale Horse that the government would deliberately allow the manufacture of high powered assault weapons in an effort to scare the public into demanding gun control. He also wrote that the use of mind altering drugs and brainwashing techniques through programs like MK Ultra, would create mass shooting scenarios where crazed gun gunmen were shooting up school yards and shopping malls. We know for certain that the government has conducted experiments on soldiers with mind altering substances, and we also know that the vast majority of mass shooters are all on psychotropic drugs.
“The government encouraged the manufacture and importation of military firearms for the criminals to use. This is intended to foster a feeling of insecurity, which would lead the American people to voluntarily disarm themselves by passing laws against firearms. Using drugs and hypnosis on mental patients in a process called Orion, the CIA inculcated the desire in these people to open fire on schoolyards and thus inflame the antigun lobby. This plan is well under way, and so far is working perfectly. The middle class is begging the government to do away with the 2nd amendment. (Behold A Pale Horse)
In many cases this is what we are seeing today. The increasing number of mass shootings being televised through the media are fostering a very anti second amendment attitude among millions of people. It is safe to say however, that it has not reached the fever pitch the left would have hoped, and the fight to retain gun rights has been more successful than what was originally expected. Is it possible that the left is trying this strategy from a different perspective, in order to create a higher probability of gun violence? Is it possible that they could be deliberately passing more relaxed gun laws in order to further scare the public? If a mass shooting were to happen in one of these states the first thing to be blamed would be the constitutional carry law and the doing away of the licensing process, next would be the necessary step of passing stricter gun laws. The whole idea is to create a demand for action from the general public. These states may enjoy their new found constitutional carry laws for now; however, when you consider the anti gun curriculum being fed to our children in public schools and universities, it is only a matter of time until the tides turn and these students are our policy makers and politicians. In many cases our students are being taught that it is the governments right to determine who or who may not own firearms.
There is also the possibility that this is being done deliberately in order to identify the gun owners. The more pro-gun laws that are passed the more of an effort you see on the part of local business to ban them from their premises. This could be done to purposefully draw attention to the issue of openly carrying firearms while demonizing those that do, while also creating a false sense of panic in their presence. In many cases this type of strategy backfires because the desired anti-gun attitude has not reached its desired levels. Thank goodness Americans still love their guns.
There are some parts of Cooper’s theory that don’t hold any water. For instance, if the government really wanted to scare people into accepting full blown gun confiscation they could do away with the National Firearms Act and allow for the purchasing of fully automatic weapons in the same manner we purchase semi-automatics. That would certainly infuriate the anti-gun left. They could also placate the pro-gun lobby and do away with the gun free zone as a feint. Whether Cooper’s theory has any truth to it or not, the fact remains that the second amendment is in the cross hairs, and if we don’t learn how to articulate its importance in a free society we will eventually lose it. The left is playing the long game. They control the educational curriculum and they are masters at psychological conditioning. Every year new graduating classes of young kids, with skulls full of mush, are eager to get out in the world and affect social change, and the vast majority of them are brainwashed leftists. While the pro gun movement may appear to be winning at the time, if we don’t stay ahead of the momentum we could very well lose it.