Marx, gun control ect.

Interesting story on the burial site of Karl Marx. His devotees are complaining that the state isn’t maintaining the grounds there and so a fee is required to enter that hallowed ground. Marxists try to distance themselves from conservatives and the more they do it the more they prove themselves to be exactly like them. Essentially their take on the world is, “somebody else should pay.”
Is this confusing? I don’t doubt it. Here goes: Conservatives want to police the world; I say, “do it yourself.” Marxists want the bronze bust of Karl Marx polished and the grass trimmed; I say, “do it yourself.”
You might think something is so essential, but it really isn’t enough so that you can’t pay for it yourself.
National defense is just that. It has nothing to do with these worthless allies whose defense is so critical that no one will pay for it except at the point of a gun.
Europeans are at the beginning of a hard lesson on national defense. Their rulers are the enemy. The immigration wave is a symptom. Now the gun stores are sold out. Does this seem reminiscent of something Ben Carson is criticized for saying?

4 responses to “Marx, gun control ect.

  1. Because Ben Carson says something doesn’t make it factual and thus does not ipso-facto make it a relevant idea. The fact is that the great majority of German citizens supported Hitler and his National Socialist German Workers’ Party (later called the Nazi Party). If the Jews had guns, they would have also had to fight the majority of Germans who were not Jews. And the majority of Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis were not Germans, but were Jews from Poland.

    • I hope I didn’t give the impression that the Jews had a chance if they were armed. I only meant that people are fools to surrender their means of protection to authorities in any case.

      It’s a whole other issue but worth mentioning; Germany’s path at the time was partly caused by the terms of the end of WWI. They were a desperate nation with no way to claw their way back to prosperity, given they couldn’t export for profit. The Jews were a convenient hate object/tool.

      On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 3:39 PM, alternativebyfritz wrote:


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