Thursday, December 3, 2015

"Now, let's get this perfectly straight, would-be gun-banners: There is a much better chance, it is far more likely, that God will answer people's prayers, descend from on high, and forever put an end to all gun violence tomorrow morning before breakfast than tens of millions of armed Americans will EVER permit you, or the federal government, or anyone else, to disarm them.
Give it up. It isn't happening. Not now. Not ever. Deal with it. We don't care how many dead bureaucrats or how many corpses of kindergarten kids you want to run up your bloody flag and wave. WE. DON'T. CARE. We aren't falling for the sob stories again. Not now. Not ever.

Molon labe, motherfuckers. Molon labe."

-Vox Day. 

7 comments:

doubletrouble said...

Where's the 'LIKE' button?

Stackz O Magz said...

You win post of the day Sir.

Paul, Dammit! said...

Can't take credit- that's Vox Day's quote, I just added a picture.

North Texan said...

Outstanding.

Jill Friedman said...

I hope to hell you're correct on this one. Too many people already have fallen for their lies. Too many people got suckered into registering themselves for 'concealed carry'. Too many people have accepted that they should beg permission to acquire a RIGHT they were born with!

I really hope people will stop falling for the easy way out of begging the government to take care of them and take back their freedoms that have been stolen away since 9-11.

Anonymous said...


so if you need guns to keep the Government in Check.
And the Declaration of independence specifically advocates for armed insurrection against a corrupt state.
and the assorted "homegrown terrorists" disagree with the government, and are using guns to force change.
shouldn't you be cheering them as modern patriots?

Paul, Dammit! said...

Anon, have we seen any patriots take up arms yet? I say no. Or not yet. God help us all if it comes to the point where righteous men do decide that it is necessary to stand up and forcibly enact 'change we can all believe in.'

I believe strongly in the principles of III%. I haven't seen any III% men take up arms, for very good reasons. A does not have to follow B, anon.