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This weekend's marches make it clear: to enact real gun control, we need to change the constitution.

"Repeal the Second Amendment" is from the March 27, 2018 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by John Paul Stevens and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.

©2017 The New York Times News Service Division of The New York Times Company (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • 23/02/2019

Democide has killed countless millions, no more.

You'd be better off with 3 minuets better spent in the bathroom using this document to wipe the words of the author where they belong.

It is often stated by people like this that we must seek to disarm a population to save the lives of children. That they often use the phrases that the founders and framers were illiterate "white" men. That their ignorance of "ghost guns" with "high capacity" "30cal clips" shooting highly explosive bullets to not even leave a single body to be found at such false flags as Sandyhoax and others. They often use saving life as the reason to disarm a population. But neglect to point out the hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds of millions of people murdered by governments in the last several hundred years alone. They stand against these "white" men as if they did not study history of cultures and governments for the current time and the last few thousand years and realize that if a culture who would murder unborn children as a "right" would just as easily claim the "right" to murder the born children and adults. The problem is not "white" men who were highly educated on history. And decided to write a phrase "...the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." But that doing so would allow a population to stand its ground united against the actions this "author" would likely desire to see happen. The wholesale open murder of hundreds upon hundreds of millions of more people. Because the worlds largest standing army is that of Armed American citizens who see history of 900 babies a day hacked to death and praised by the very government as they submit new "Laws" giving you the "right" to post birth abortions.

This pesky 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution. Gets in their way. Cause while the population is armed. They can only keep their "right/desire" to murder to the defensless babies.

In the end. I think people like the author conflate their desire to murder, with my "Right" to keep from getting murdered by the hordes of people like them. Just as my forefathers said.

> "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety..." ~ Benjamin Franklin

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