It is the constitutional right of the people to bear arms and to resist tyranny of the government. From Wikipedia on the Second Amendment:
George Mason argued the importance of the militia and right to bear arms by reminding his compatriots of England's efforts "to disarm the people; that it was the best and most effectual way to enslave them. . . by totally disusing and neglecting the militia." He also clarified that under prevailing practice the militia included all people, rich and poor. "Who are the militia? They consist now of the whole people, except a few public officers." Because all were members of the militia, all enjoyed the right to individually bear arms to serve therein.
The framers thought the personal right to bear arms to be a paramount right by which other rights could be protected. Therefore, writing after the ratification of the Constitution, but before the election of the first Congress, James Monroe included "the right to keep and bear arms" in a list of basic "human rights", which he proposed to be added to the Constitution.
Patrick Henry argued in the Virginia ratification convention on June 5, 1788, for the dual rights to arms and resistance to oppression:
Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined.
I included this same quotation in a similar blog I tried to start when I had my second baby girl kidnapped from me by the United States. I was subsequently raped, by multiple occasions of gang-rape, to spite me over this context of "ruining the jewel". To the U.S. government kids and employees, it was sheer pleasure to violate and ruin someone like me, who they have been stealing from, who they kidnapped and trafficked around the world, and used for personal gain, not to mention kidnapping my baby girls.
The idea of banning "guns" from the public is crazy. The Constitution is not specific to "guns" anyhow, but to "arms". This means the public has a right to "bear arms" which includes guns, but also includes other artillery, and weapons, and should be the same type of weapons as the federal government holds. If the people are prevented from access to these same weapons, how are they protected from a tyrannical government that seeks to oppress a class of persons?
The U.S. claims they are against "slavery". The government is a liar. This government has been actively promoting and breeding an entire class of slaves, by human cloning. They are doing this by raping people, and by forcing them to give up their sperm and eggs, to give them access to creating the kind of "clones" they want to have. They are also using money to bribe citizens to lie for them as they create this slavery system, and kidnap the kids and babies from unwilling parents.
I have personally been raped for human cloning and the U.S. arranged their 'cover' for this, decades in advance. I was also sent to houses and clinics for extraction of my eggs before I ever had a baby of my own. I witnessed the forced extractions of sperm and eggs from my parents as well, at fertility clinics and houses, and a cryobank for plants. I also witnessed the extraction of sperm from Edward Lee Howard, who was employed by the CIA for some time.
What do you think about slavery in the U.S. by human cloning? What about stealing from others throughout their lives, to support the government? Do you know someone who has been pressured to give up eggs, sperm, or their kids, for government purposes?