Monday, October 14, 2013

The conclusion is really quite simple....

   The whole main reason for the vehement demand for the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution. Was due to the fact of what the Massachusetts government had done to those that had participated in the Shay's Rebellion. Which had been an 'act' passed by that legislative body, disarming those that had participated in the rebellion for three years. This of course caused an almost universal detestation in that state. As well as in all of the surrounding states. So much so, that there was a most definite fear that this act would bring on another revolution. For fellow patriots from surrounding states came running, with arms in their hands. And this, in order to help their fellow countrymen whom had been disarmed. This caused such fear, that Massachusetts Governor John Hancock signed a Proclamation which rescinded the disarmament law. And restored the right to arms to those that had participated in the Rebellion.

   Shay's Rebellion had occurred just prior to, and during the Constitutional Convention. (Which had originally met to amend the Articles of Confederation). But actually turned into the Constitutional Convention which was responsible for our present day Constitution. And the happenings that had and were still occurring at the time, were frequently discussed during the Convention(s). In addition to being discussed at length in many of the letters between the delegates to the conventions. These included men such as; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and many, many other notable people of the period. The majority opinion was that the act passed by the Massachusetts legislature, had been met with total disgust and fear.

   It must be remembered, that all those that had participated in Shay's Rebellion. Were indeed guilty of the high felonious crime of treason, among other crimes. Which of course means, that the original intent of the 2nd Amendment. Was chiefly to secure the right to arms to those guilty of felonious violation of the law. Which of course means, that the current 'gun control acts' passed by the U.S. Congress. Are in total conflict with, and a definite violation of, the Constitution of the United States of America. Naturally, this makes all of these acts; NULL and VOID. And any government employee that "enforces" these violations, is guilty of violating their sacred oath to "uphold and defend" the Constitution of the United States. It also can be reasonably contended, that all government branches that have upheld these acts are guilty of treason. For, they have made themselves guilty by "aiding and abetting" the domestic enemies that have carried out this long-running tyrannical conspiracy. This would also include private citizens and organizations actively calling for and promoting violating the Constitution. They can all be held as actively participating in a subversive war against We The People.

   The conclusion is really quite simple. The Constitution guarantee; "The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed". Means precisely that which was written. And, that all past, present, and future attempts to contravene that specific right. Are clear violations of the United States Constitution. And the people attempting to carry out such violations, are guilty of treason. And worthy of the harshest sentence possible; death. Too harsh, some may remark? Not when it is remembered that it was the British disarming of the people of Boston. That was the main spark that ignited the actual fighting of the American Revolution.

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