I’ve listened and read the opinions of hundreds of lawyers and political acrobats discuss their opinion of the Second Amendment and whether or not the language justifies the ownership of firearms to protect private property at one’s home, or the ability of private people to organize a militia in case a standing army is not available to defeat an invader. Obviously because there are so many people in the United States who are openly working against the Second Amendment at every level of society, the Supreme Court has been avoiding cases discussing it, including this year. But Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas did come out recently proclaiming that it is the duty of the Court to deal with such cases, even if the results do end up strengthening the Amendment in the long run. That has been the goal of the anti-gunners, was to weaken the Second Amendment through case law over the decades and centuries and to dispute the sanity of the Founding Fathers and as progressives, to “progress” American society beyond the need for standing armies and the defense of personal property. They have other goals and now that they have had a century or so to build their progressive infrastructure its time to stop debating the original language of the Second Amendment, but in measuring how successful it has been in defending America from the dire effects of liberalism.
We don’t need to analyze the need for the Second Amendment any longer, because now we have proof of its effectiveness, and a fantastic example of its future usefulness. In 2020 all theory discussion about the need for people to own firearms and to use them to defend a civil society from the clutches of anarchy were quite apparent from the massive government failure of coronavirus shutdowns, the pandering of the media to chaos, and the instigation of race riots by that same media, and government failure that have caused so much damage in our inner cities. The theories of complete government failure leaving innocent people vulnerable to villainy are no longer warnings, they have happened, and we have the results. Gun free zones are dangerous places when institutionalism fails, which it has in the past, but more recently has been on a grand scale that has redefined all interpretations of the Second Amendment to a modern context that should now be the foundations for all case law, and the need of the Supreme Court to strengthen it as they did in the District of Columbia v. Heller case. They have been reluctant to make judgments on more cases because they know the language of the Second Amendment will make it so that institutionalism will lose its place of control over the minds of individuals and gun control reform will go in the opposite direction.
After the Covid-19 lockdowns, where it was obvious that foreign investment was influencing the daily policy of sovereign Americans, we saw a nearly complete destruction of effective government in the United States. The stability of American life was in question and chaos was perilously close to resembling a complete invasion by a foreign power. Even by the summer months America had not bounced back from the attack on its way of life and it was gun ownership that truly held the line and kept civil society flowing somewhat properly. With over 300 million guns in private ownership, it was really the only thing saving people from corrupt, over-zealous health directors who wanted to use Covid-19 to steal away people’s liberties for Agenda 21 policy changes. Several decades of terribly bad public education had shown that most people didn’t understand their rights or how American government should run sending their minds toward global management of their daily affairs and when all that failure became instituted, the dire effects were only staved off by gun ownership keeping a failed government in check and on the sidelines.
Then to cover their failures from Covid-19, when the millions of deaths didn’t come, and people were most angry that their liberties had been squandered away needlessly, their jobs destroyed, their livelihoods ripped to pieces, the unelected bureaucrats in the media stoked the fires of racism hoping to protect the institutions they sought to preserve which put to the streets thugs, criminals and anarchists in an attempt to hide all the trouble they had created. Fortunately for America the riots were only able to grow in gun free zones which largely kept them to the inner cities. The rest of America functioned largely unaffected because of the Second Amendment. With calls to defund the police and further destroy aspects of the American economy with supply chain disruptions and economic activity we have now seen the results of a failed government and its counterparts, and America did not fall because the centralized aspects of it were not able to cause a chain reaction of massive failure, which is the key behind the entire Second Amendment strength. Centralized government fails and when it does, we cannot lose our country. Enemies of America of course would love to see America fall with economic collapse, race baiting, and a general sense of hopelessness by individuals seeking a warm blanket of institutionalism to protect them from danger. But in truth, a gun in the home, on the hip concealed under a jacket, or within our cars is the best way to quell the ill intentions that often reside in evil people hiding in the open within institutional mechanisms.
The courts at every level understand the intent of the Second Amendment, but most of them are monsters created by the institutionalism that has been created to give average people control over the masses, and to fulfill the centuries of failure to the minds of individualism. So they do not want to get caught in that cross-fire, as institutionalists they feel obliged to protect the institutions that gave them power. But nobody can say “what if” any longer when talking about massive government failure where the Second Amendment might be needed. Because now we’ve seen it. We no longer have to debate the validity of the term “militia” because now we’ve seen it in action when thugs and anarchists fanned by the media where tempted to emerge into the suburbs to take their race baiting plight to the homes there, but armed homeowners stood at the entrances of their neighborhoods with their AR-15s to protect their property, because the police weren’t allowed to get involved. And even when President Trump tried to call in the National Guard, we saw that they were not allowed to get involved either. So it was only the Second Amendment that kept chaos from taking completely over all across the nation. The thin blue line was not the police who were part of the institutional failure, but rather gun ownership that preserved the rule of law under the pressure of radicalized failure. So now, for all the future we know how valuable the Second Amendment was in persevering our country through a difficult period and we understand how case law should be strengthened in favor of it, not to weaken it. Thankfully, Kavanaugh and Thomas understand what has been said here, and logic will dictate that more judges join them, because that is the true trend of the future. Anybody who says otherwise is in denial, and need to go back to law school. Institutionalism is prone to failure and when it does, we cannot lose our society. And that is the lessons we now have as a fact to rule on for the future, and how it will be from now on.
Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior
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