How did America end up with over 20,000
laws controlling guns when the Bill of Rights says that the
right to keep and bear arms "shall not be infringed?"
The simple answer is that Americans have not been actively
controlling their local, state and national government.
Government is, by its very nature, in opposition to the natural
rights of the individual. The government has intentionally
failed to educate each American about his or her rights.
Without knowledge of the rights, and how to claim them, the
government is in the drivers seat, so to speak.
As all of man's history on this planet demonstrates, government
always encroaches on the natural rights of individuals, passing
more and more laws until it appears to have control of every
aspect of the individual's life.
Then, the final act against the individual is to disarm him,
leaving him defenseless against the heavily armed and very
militaristic mass of people that have congregated into "the
And so it is in America today.
very techniques that all governments use to convert
eventually use GUN CONTROL to establish
control of every one of its
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