Wednesday, July 31, 2013

"Genral Greene Refuses Globe Merchants Permission to Replenish Their Ammunition Stocks..."

[The Bisbee Daily Review, Tuesday Morning, July 24, 1917. Vol. 20. No. 39. Pg. 3]

   The very ones that We The People were intended to be armed against, having 'power' over our supply of arms and ammunition? Does that make any sense whatsoever? And these wannabe petty tyrants are nothing more than the minions of our tyrannical and usurping hired servants? The very ones whom WE pay our taxes in order to support? Can anyone explain how hired servants get the audacity and gall to dictate to their rightful masters? Especially when it comes to a right secured in the very Constitution that the hired servants take a solemn oath to uphold and defend? Does our Constitution state; "shall not be infringed" unless we find a good enough plausible excuse to do so? NO, it does NOT. Our Constitution unequivocally states; "the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall NOT be infringed". And it naturally follows that anything necessary in order to exercise that right unimpeded. Would also be beyond the grasp of our governments as well. The servant isn't allowed to dictate to their master. Especially when that servant has been expressly bound in the extent of their duties for which they were hired to perform.

   What is very appalling about the above edict, is that it occurred during a time when we were at war. And there were German saboteurs in our country that had already carried out acts of sabotage. And the Germans had telegraphed Mexico in a diplomatic proposal to join the Central Powers in 1917. Globe is not very far from the Mexican border. And our army was overseas in Europe fighting. So the people had a VERY GOOD AND LEGITIMATE REASON for wanting arms and ammunition....

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