Self-Defense Is A Basic Human Right: A Website That ENDS The Gun Control Debate For Good
A website is putting the final nails in the coffin of the gun control debate for good. If you’ve ever been on the fence about whether or not you think guns should or should not be regulated, look no further.
A Human Right, the website, breaks it down so far that even the most emotionally sensitive and over the top “ban all guns” Nazis can understand what they are actually marching for and demanding.
Once on the website, you’ll be directed to choose whether you feel guns are a “liability” or a “useful tool.” If you select liability, you’ll be walked through a questionnaire designed to actually get your brain to function the way it was meant to without the ingrained bias shoved in there by the mainstream media. Should you already know that a gun is a useful tool and click on that section, you’ll be taken to a page that will link to several varying articles about topics affecting your rights and ways you can get active to prevent others from stripping you of your fundamental human right to defend yourself with the most effective tool available.
Imagine a pack of hyenas stalking a human. As they close in for the kill, their intended prey repulses them with a rifle. As the surviving predators retreat, they think: “If only we could separate that human from her gun!”
People who think as those hyenas are less naive than the idealists who wish to ban guns outright. “Gun control” is a misnomer for what they have in mind. They are evil: they wish to control others. One of the easiest way to control other people is by making them defenseless.
Communists, fascists and other totalitarians world over have rendered their subject defenseless as the first step towards total control. Then they could imprison or murder millions with complete impunity.
A Human Right even has a section about the bias in the mainstream media. It isn’t just guns the media attempts to propagate with fear, but many events. Even after being caught lying and using propaganda on the American public, many still trust that what they see on TV is in fact, a fact.
Although the website is simple, it lays out a basic and easy to read fundamental moral: Self-defense is a basic human right. Whether the Constitution lists our rights or not makes no difference. We are all born with those same basic rights because we were born human beings. You have the right to use a tool to defend your life because you are a human. You have a right to speak your mind because you’re a human. Governments can only list your rights; they and others do not get to decide what your rights are and therefore, cannot take them away regardless of the laws they write mandating such.
Article posted with permission from SHTFPlan