Citizens and Subjects

The brutal near beheading of a British soldier by Islamic savages in the streets of London brought more than a few comments from gun rights activists, myself included. After extending my condolences to the family of Lee Rigby, I tweeted the obvious point: “Good thing nobody had a gun, somebody might have been hurt.” Gun banners like Piers Morgan and others were indignant, angry that we would “exploit” the tragedy, but failing to recognize his own history. Morgan, never one to shy away from a blood puddle to dance in, was so shocked that he banned Dana Loesch from his show within minutes. For me, as shocking as the crime was, the reaction of the public was more shocking still.

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3 Comments on "Citizens and Subjects"

  1. Let’s not get too high and mighty patting the sheeple of Boston on the back. While some did rush in, many of those were from out of town. Let’s fast forward to a couple of days later when they were forced to cower inside during a prison style lock down, stripped of their fourth amendment rights, and cheered the goons who kept them in their cages after a fellow Boston subject found the bomber while illegally going outside to smoke, thus inviting 70 plus holes to be shot into his boat. We are not that far behind Britain.

  2. Great essay, but one comment: they are not “terrorists” they are soldiers of “Islam”, a borderless nation hiding behind a mask of religion, intent on world domination by any means including murder, rape, intimidation, and acts of mass destruction. The sooner we realize that the better off we will be….

  3. Greg hopkins | May 26, 2013 at 11:12 am |

    Outstanding essay! THESE are the people whose grandparents stood alone against Hitler and beat him in the Battle of Britain? The people who agreed to stand by Churchill and “fight in the air,on the sea, on the beaches and the landing grounds?’ It seems the martial spirit of the British “sheeple” can now only be roused by copious amounts of alcohol and soccer opponents!
    Henry the Fifth’s “happy few” are now the indifferent majority.

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