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NAZI FIREARMS LAW AND THE DISARMING OF THE GERMAN JEWS

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by U201491, Apr 4, 2015.

  1. U201491

    U201491 Well-Known Member

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    forefathersrback and BoonDocks36 like this.
  2. Just Jim

    Just Jim Well-Known Member

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    Funny, when all the crap back east was going on at the pizza shop I expected to see a white cross painted on the door of the business. There is little difference in the American socialist and the German socialist. Deal is here we won't be disarmed and marched to the oven quietly cause we have a second amendment.
     
  3. raftman

    raftman Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Interesting read, and rather ironic, too. Gun control was initially introduced in Germany to disarm the communists who eventually would go on to control a large portion of Europe and then proceed to disarm their own opposition as well. The gun control movement in America draws inspiration from both Nazi and Communist gun control measures. The former is addressed in the OP's article and latter... Well, for example you often hear antigunners make the argument that, "No one NEEDS an AR-15." Which fits precisely with communist thinking wherein the authorities decide for you what you need and use that as a basis for what are or aren't allowed to have. My anti-communist grandfather once attracted the ire of the Soviet government for the crime of owning a typewriter, because if one weren't a state-sponsored writer or journalist one didn't NEED a typewriter. Apparently these particular officers decided that instead of pressing charges they'd simply burn the house down in hopes of destroying any subversive materials contained therein.