Renegade Roundtable: Richard, Rollie, Tony, Nick, Chris – Property Rights, Defense & Freedoms (4-28-18)

Richard, Rollie Quaid, Tony, Nick, & Chris H. contribute to this Roundtable.  We consider a number of articles and topics including: property rights, urban farming, birth rates, holocaust holograms, social conditioning, educational quality of outcome, gun laws, personal defense, confrontations and more.

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Anthony Roberts
6 years ago

Will the jews turn buttbreak, i mean codebreaker Alan Turing obe (order of the buggering empire ) digital? Bletchley Park could become a homogram holohoax centre, complete with Liberace-gram (thank you – thank you), greeting the gullible goyim at the door. They could have a giant “one byte” glittery kosher apple, explaining the eniggama machine to school children. You see poop and hear Milo if opened vertically, or 5 diamond pentagram and an “oy vey-squelch” from Irene, if opened horizontally. What a wonderfully educational day out for our future jew-made anal-lysts. Viva Las Milton Keynes!
PS Great show – thanks Richard and callers.

6 years ago

Tony, thanks for your input on 2A. It’s important not only for self defense and protecting the innocent, but also for (and some say primarily for) defense against a tyrannical government. Some argue the point that we are no match for their tanks, bombs, nukes, but on an individual basis it matters tremendously, and is an inherent right, as you pointed out. Here’s a quote: “Every terrible implement of the soldier is the birthright of an American.” — Tench Coxe And I’ve come across letters from citizens of other countries that have been disarmed who are begging Americans to be the holdouts, to not surrender our guns, so as to be a model for the world of a society that honors the rights of each… Read more »

Reply to  Liz
6 years ago

You are absolutely correct the 2A was designed to be a balance of power between the government and citizenry. Just like your right to a trial by a jury of your peers. There really aren’t any anti gun people, just anti civilian people. As for gun phobia, a healthy respect for it’s potential lethality is good. You learn to respect it just like your automobile and the electricity in your house. The most important rule is KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER until your sights are on target and your ready to shoot. The other 3 are as follows. Always treat all guns as if they are loaded. Don’t point the muzzle at anything you don’t want to kill or destroy. Be aware of your… Read more »

Reply to  TONY
6 years ago

Thanks, Tony. Some good pointers there, pun intended.



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