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Why Men Should Own Guns, Part II
In truth, this right is the most paramount, for on it all of the others rely, when law breaks down, when tyranny reigns, I think people will quickly realize that against such a ruthless, honorless foe, the only way to protect rights that are yours, is to be ready to stand for yourself, to counter their aggression with force. As long as that ability is in your hands they can never reduce you to slaves, even if they kill you they will not have won, they’ll have only bought themselves a grave. And I think that it also needs to be said, despite years of feminist clap-trap, that the weight of driving back the wolves will forever fall upon us chaps. Though exceptions will occur here and there, history’s example tel us no lies, no country defended by just women has ever found a way to survive. It isn’t that their hearts, or their will, aren’t strong in intent or in class, it’s that our evolution has sculpted men for the more violent and brutal tasks. In the end every man is a soldier, cop, even if he never took up that flag, we live every day abiding by rules, but must, at a moment, get all big and bad. This thin veneer of civilization, can at the slightest trouble be ripped off, if men aren’t ready, can’t shoulder the load, then our world becomes misery and loss. This is our strength, one we must live up to, and though at times it seems a tragic one, if a man’s not criminal, nor insane, then it’s his duty to purchase a gun.
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