Disarmament Comes By Words And Psychological Warfare
October 3, 2013 by Bob Livingston
I began publishing my monthly newsletter The Bob Livingston Letterâ„˘ (subscription required) in 1969. The following is an excerpt from the October 1996 issue in which I discussed passive and overt efforts to disarm Americans. The same efforts continue today.
Can you imagine the early American pioneers starting out across the country without their guns? The west would never have been settled by white man without guns.
Someone mailed us an article entitled â€śStanding Guardâ€ť by Wayne La Pierre, Executive Vice President of the American Rifle Association. The article was taken from the September 1996 issue of the American Rifleman.
I quote: â€śBut if you fail to register and vote, and be an active participant in democracy, then your rights will surely be lost.â€ť End of quote.
People who are passive about gun control have not yet been visited by the BATF, the American version of the Nazi SS.
But letâ€™s try to get the order of things by historical analogy. The German people had nothing to fear from the SS until the propaganda of the Third Reich prepared their minds for so-called National Socialism. When they â€śboughtâ€ť National Socialism, they also accepted the SS and suppression of human liberty. In other words, psychological warfare conquered the Germans before the Nazi SS and their eventual military defeat. This is the order of events to keep in mind.
Authoritarianism or criminal government can never feel secure from fear as long as millions of people own guns. Likewise, when the people have no arms, they have no security and no hope of security.
Disarmament first comes by words and psychological warfare. The wide use of the word democracy is proof that people donâ€™t know freedom from a house cat. The word democracy neutralizes and disarms the mind to the reality of authoritarianism and the danger to personal freedom. Hitler called his Nazi Germany â€śa great democracy,â€ť and he disarmed the German citizens.
As long as the word democracy means freedom in the minds of the people, the long attrition of personal liberty will continue with or without gun ownership. The word democracy by and of itself has disarmed us. Yet, I hear people express great fear of loss of their firearms and at the same time use the word democracy like it was cotton candy.
Disarmament comes via democracy. As long as we defend democracy, we are pro-gun control whether we are conscious of it or not.
What, pray-tell, caused the great loss of freedom of the American people â€” democracy, of course. Democracy is the American version of National Socialism.
Passive words like democracy disarm the mind, and then it is only a matter of time before you volunteer to hand over your guns. â€śTo keep and bear armsâ€ť is the opposite of democracy.
The word democracy is an agenda quite different from its innocent sound. It is a euphemism for despotic government. Democracy is a term that conceals a system of manipulating people by manipulating their thought processes. The word democracy is the most politically correct word in America and in the entire world. Every politician uses the word democracy repeatedly to numb the people and disguise authoritarianism.
Democracy means disarmament of the mass mind into a state of apathy, resembling deep sleep. Change agents cleverly transferred the word Republic into democracy for the purpose of the numbing of the senses. The word democracy and all that it implies destroys in our minds the relationship of cause and effect so that our own thoughts betray us. It has made us a pabulum society wherein we unknowingly love evil and hate good.
To attempt to defend democracy and gun ownership at the same time is a masterpiece of cynicism and an illusion of the possible. It canâ€™t be done. We have to love one and hate the other. But we must first know the difference. God help us!