The second time was WW II, when Germany, in 1933 overthrew their republic and placed Hitler in as dictator and from there the bankers controlled the outcome of WW II, bringing Germany down from its economic power status at the time. They also were weakened and lost WW II.
Now, its our turn, and the Powers that be would love nothing less than for the US to have a revolution or civil war to weaken us and thus we would lose WW III. Ironically, all three WW's were set up and planned for by Albert Pike, as early as 1871. Yes, I was surprised as well, to learn this, but now it makes sense. Its why they MUST have our guns, and since they do what they do for multiple reasons, its safe to say that upholding a gun ban would ensure safe occupation of our nation by khazar controlled countries, such as China and Russia.
Further, it would set the stage for either a second revolution if they try to take them from us or a civil war. In either case, the USA would be weakened and thus more easily taken over and resistance reduced dramatically. We have already proven on this blog that our military is dramatically demoralized and the treatment of our vets no longer on active duty, has been shameful, so yes, the miiltary is already demoralized.
Supreme Court About To Make Massive Decision Some Say ‘Could Lead To 2nd Civil War’
By F. Peter Brown, Western Journalism, November 3, 2015 at 12:15pm
The court is considering whether to hear an appeal from Highland Park pediatrician Arie S. Friedman, who claims that...
The amendment reads: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”
Many liberals, though, questioned whether individual citizens owning firearms amounted to a “well regulated militia.”
The question was put to rest by the Supreme Court in the 2008 decision District of Columbia v. Heller. The court, in an opinion authored by Justice Antonin Scalia, ruled that there was in fact a personal right to gun ownership for “traditionally lawful purposes” such as self-defense in the home.
Now, there is another critical case dealing with gun rights which the Supreme Court is considering taking up.
The court is considering whether to hear an appeal from Highland Park pediatrician Arie S. Friedman, who claims that the gun ban denies him the ability to use semiautomatic weapons to defend his family and home, which Friedman claims is a right protected by the Second Amendment.
Friedman has already lost his case in two courts, a US District Court and then 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals. The National Rifle Association has filed a brief with the Supreme Court in support of the court taking up Friedman’s case.
The court’s decision on whether they hear the case or not could come as early as today.
Semiautomatic weapons are distinguished from automatic weapons in that semiautomatic weapons require the user to press the trigger each time one fires as opposed to automatic weapons which allow the user to fire many rounds while simply holding down the trigger.
The NRA states that semiautomatics now count for about 50 percent of all new firearms bought annually.
What do you think of the semiautomatic gun ban? Does it violate the Second Amendment or not?
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