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Number 906, January 15, 2017

Wouldn’t a much better, more accurate name
for this vile criminaloid conspiracy be
“Brady Campaign to Promote Gun Violence”?

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Brady, Trump, and Ft. Lauderdale
by L. Neil Smith

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Various news-floozies and gentlemen-of-the-evening, denizens of the round-heeled mass media, specimens with the raw intelligence and attention-span of paramecia, appear to have already forgotten the January 6th mass-shooting in Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Florida in which an eerie little goblin with an Hispanic name and Middle Eastern aspirations shot up an airport baggage area, wounding thirteen innocent individuals and killing five. According to a January 7 story by AWR Hawkins, President-elect Donald J. Trump Tweeted that his “thoughts and prayers” were with the victims in the airport. It was the decent thing to do.

One day later, Hawkins informs us, the thoroughly indecent liberalish-progressive vermin at the “Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence” responded to Mr. Trump by Tweeting that they did not need the President-Elect’s thoughts and prayers. Rather, they needed gun control, a concept we know better as “victim disarmament”. My immediate thought on reading this excrement was, what self-respecting American individual gives a rusty fuck what the grifters at the falsely-named “Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence” believe they want or need? Aren’t they the very same ones who are ultimately responsible—morally, if not legally—for what happened in Ft. Lauderdale on January 6? Aren’t they the very same ones advocating policies and laws that make such criminal atrocities possible? Aren’t they. in fact, habitual enablers of creatures like the Ft. Lauderdale shooter by establishing and supporting gun-free zones?

Aren’t they, in fact, his accessories-before-the-fact?

Give this a moment’s thought, it is far from a wild or baseless accusation. I’ve been listening to these invertebrates for years, and so have you. Would the Ft. Lauderdale shootings have occurred at all—would the killer even have conceived of them—if people there had been free to exercise their natural, human, inalienable, Constitutional right to own and carry weapons? Wouldn’t a much better, more accurate name for this vile criminaloid conspiracy be “Brady Campaign to Promote Gun Violence”? Think of that the next time you see one of these pasty-faced, inorgasmic, anorexic do-gooders on TV accusing you of something evil for defending your rights.

These fuzzy-minded half-wits associated with, and hiding behind the massively fraudulent name of “Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence” have a great deal to be held accountable for. They’re like vultures perched on cacti, waiting for something to die, scavengers who feed off the misfortune of others, seeking to punish only those whodidn’t do it. Decade after decade, they and the miserable entities in other groups just like them have bleated, whined, stamped their nasty little feet and seized on every handy human tragedy in a loathsome attempt to deprive decent men, women, and responsible children of the physical means of defending themselves. And, of course, the weakest-minded voters and slimiest politicians in the country have gobbled it all up like a dog with his vomit. While this murderous pursuit has cost countless lives and countless injuries, at the same time, Americans in increasing numbers have been arming themselves, practicing civil disobedience if necessary, and, as a consequence, violent crime rates outside the gun-free death zones that the victim disarmers had carved out for themselves have plummeted in double digits. People are safer, precisely to the degree that they have ignored the hysterical ravings of the “Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence”.

A few weeks ago, the voters in this country defeated and destroyed a great number of liberal conceits by electing Donald Trump, the anti- Obama, the anti-Clinton, as their President. That’s why he’s so violently hated by those who would get rich—and satisfy their sick psycho-sexual passions—by controlling our lives and draining us to pay for their perversion and their continual policy blundering. One cluster of those conceits has to do with the ability of everyday men, women, and children to deal effectively with violent crime—something that the “progressives” are clearly unable and unwilling to do themselves. Small wonder; they make their living the old-fashioned way—by stealing it. Burglars, muggers, rapists and con-men are their natural constituency; these are clients whom they desire to protect.

From us.

Weapons in our hands represent a grave danger to the thieving and murdering class. The erroneously-named “Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence” understands this situation perfectly well. They identify with those who wish to rob us and kill us—so much more interesting and picturesque than boring old plodders like us who actually work for a living and teach our children to do the same. They serve exactly the same constituency that the politicians do. They have no place in the company of rational, humane individuals. They are our enemy. Those who give them money are our enemy as well.

Expose them, wherever and whenever you can, as the base criminal enablers and accessories they are.

Shame them publicly for their attempts to destroy the civilization we have built and maintained together at an unimaginable cost.

Make them run away to a “safe space”. Forever.

L. Neil Smith

Publisher and Senior Columnist L. Neil Smith is the author of over thirty books, mostly science fiction novels, L. Neil Smith has been a libertarian activist since 1962. His many books and those of other pro-gun libertarians may be found (and ordered) at L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE “Free Radical Book Store” The preceding essays were originally prepared for and appeared in L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE. Use them to fight the continuing war against tyranny.

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