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Dear Mr. Security Agent

cbxer55

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I do not see this anywhere here. I posted this on the Oklahoma forum, and figured it would be nice if everyone can read this.

See link at bottom for full article.





Federal, state, or local. You, the man or woman with the badge, the sworn LEO or FLEA and those who inhabit the many law enforcement niches in between and on all sides. This essay is directed to you, because in the end, how this turmoil about gun control turns out will depend largely upon your decisions and actions over the coming months and years.

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The unintended consequences of this misguided utopian fool’s crusade to ban guns would include a second civil war as agonizingly painful as the first one, if not more so, since there would be no front lines and no safe areas for anybody, anywhere. Every sane American wants to prevent such a calamitous outcome as a “dirty civil war” on United States soil.

But know this: those tens of millions will never be quietly disarmed and then later forced at government gunpoint onto history’s next boxcars. If boxcars and detention camps are to be in America’s future, then you, Mr. Security Agent, will have to disarm them the hard way first. Not Piers Morgan, not Michael Moore, not Rosie O’Donnell, not Dianne Feinstein, not Chuck Schumer.

You.

http://westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/bracken-dear-mr-security-agent/
 
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zack991

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ready a couple of the faithful have sent in checks for a foundation memorial to the innocents who perished at the hands of the ninja at Waco ... I have been criticized by referring to our federal masked men as 'ninja' ... Let us reflect upon the fact that a man who covers his face shows reason to be ashamed of what he is doing. A man who takes it upon himself to shed blood while concealing his identity is a revolting perversion of the warrior ethic. It has long been my conviction that a masked man with a gun is a target. I see no reason to change that view."

Jeff Cooper

Anyone who follows the illegal order to take guns has just made themselves a target. I wouldn't want to be them.
 
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Aknazer

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ready a couple of the faithful have sent in checks for a foundation memorial to the innocents who perished at the hands of the ninja at Waco ... I have been criticized by referring to our federal masked men as 'ninja' ... Let us reflect upon the fact that a man who covers his face shows reason to be ashamed of what he is doing. A man who takes it upon himself to shed blood while concealing his identity is a revolting perversion of the warrior ethic. It has long been my conviction that a masked man with a gun is a target. I see no reason to change that view."

Jeff Cooper

Anyone who follows the illegal order to take guns has just made themselves a target. I wouldn't want to be them.

I'm sorry but I have to disagree with this. When one is going after those that don't follow a "warrior ethic" (terrorists, mafia, cartels, etc) then there is an, imo, very important reason for concealing one's identity. These types of people are potentially likely to come after you every chance they get...and they only need to get it right once. Not to mention that depending on the "warrior ethic" it could be completely acceptable to wear a mask (like the Japanese samari).

Now the amount of times that the police use this against just regular citizens as SOP is wrong. But simply covering one's face doesn't mean to me that they are "ashamed" of their actions. Simply that being identified poses a far greater risk than getting the "credit" for their deeds.
 

sharkey

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ready a couple of the faithful have sent in checks for a foundation memorial to the innocents who perished at the hands of the ninja at Waco ... I have been criticized by referring to our federal masked men as 'ninja' ... Let us reflect upon the fact that a man who covers his face shows reason to be ashamed of what he is doing. A man who takes it upon himself to shed blood while concealing his identity is a revolting perversion of the warrior ethic. It has long been my conviction that a masked man with a gun is a target. I see no reason to change that view."

Jeff Cooper

Anyone who follows the illegal order to take guns has just made themselves a target. I wouldn't want to be them.

Should CWII come to pass you will most likely be wearing a bandana to hide your face. You'll become like a rioter taking out your own infrastructure to deny it to the enemy.


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