A Diabolic Gun Control Strategy By Michael HoffmanMichael Hoffman's Revelation of the Method is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. www.RevisionistHistory.org April 19 marks the 248th anniversary of the day on which 700 agents of the lawfully constituted government of Massachusetts approached the town of Lexington intent on seizing the guns of the area’s farmers. Eight farmers were gunned down on Lexington Green, after which the uniformed gun confiscators “came under attack by thousands of swarming” farmers organized as “the Minutemen,” a citizen militia armed with the same weapons as the government’s forces. On the day of “The Shot Heard ‘Round the World” in Massachusetts, these United States were founded.
Thanks so much for your writing. Please never stop. We love you Michael.
Indeed, the right to keep & bare arms is the answer against slavery, though Jesus never advocated the elimination of slavery.
In the movie ‘Night of the Hunter’, Lillian Gish played a good example of an American Christian woman whose weapon equalized her to the muscular false preacher (Robert Mitchum) who would murder 2 of her foster children- after murdering their mother- for the money hidden in the girl’s doll.
A Walt Disney movie, ‘Scare Crow’, starring Patrick McGoohan, portrayed a Godly minister who sabotaged British elements during the War of Independence disguised, with his band, as scarecrows.
Hitler did permit gun ownership among private citizens in agreement with wresting Germany from communist corruption & subversion, which conformed with the ‘positive Christianity’ platform of the Reich.
My point is that the post medieval notion of God given rights to individual life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness - unguaranteed by the tradition of the monarchy-cannot be realized without the ownership & usage of firearms.
I think it was Thomas Jefferson who said, the 2nd Amendment guarantees the other nine.
Oh yah, God bless you Michael,
Thank you for the good references,
Well done, Spot on.
Thank you Mr. Hoffman for your podcasts on Twilight Language, the second installment in particular. It helps to frame the action within our shared container as process, this makes it possible to consider with some actual charity the deformed reflection which gazes dimly back at us in the bent mirrors lining the corridors of the "internet baggage train". Time to look out the window and consider our destination. You reveal that which their reveal, um, conceals; the byproducts of the method spill from the broken retort. We're drunk on our own fermented preferences, especially those which buttress ego. Does putrefactio precede nigredo? I cannot remember because I neglected to take notes.