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Friday, June 17, 2022

Gun Confiscation Leads To The Killing Fields

Liberals refuse to learn from history. Or maybe they have. It depends upon which end of a gun barrel they're at. There is one party who'd love nothing more than to disarm Americans. That party, by the way, was the one who put Japanese-Americans into concentration camps in 1942.

History has shown that dictators began their reigns of terror by disarming the populace. That is why the Second Amendment is so vital. A disarmed population cannot fight back.

The Daily Signal outlines this sordid history from communist China to Venezuela.

They begin with:

“All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The Communist Party must command all the guns; that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party.” 

The quote was from Mao Zedong, founder of Communist China. Mao’s first act after gaining complete control of China in 1949 was to take away all guns from the population. It was a policy he began in 1935 as he took over each rural province. Anyone found with a gun post-confiscation was executed.

An estimated 65 million Chinese died as a result of Mao’s repeated, merciless attempts to create a new “socialist” China. Anyone who got in his way was done away with—by execution, imprisonment, or forced famine.

Mao killed more people than either Stalin or Hitler during World War II. And it all began after he took away the guns.

Dictators throughout much of history have disarmed their populations before they began their mass killings. Examples abound beyond Mao: Hitler took guns from the Jews in November of 1938, and Kristallnacht and the Holocaust followed; and then there was Fidel Castro in Cuba and Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, to name but a few.

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