Safety and security, for the most part, is just an illusion. You lock your door and set your alarm and go to bed at night. What if someone really wants to harm you or take your stuff? I hate to tell you, but they’re going to get it if it isn’t secured properly and if you don’t have redundancy in your security plan.
Think of living in a country in which the police can come into your home, randomly or with warrants, and check to see if you have firearms and if they are stored properly. If the weapon or weapons are found to not be secured preoperly you face losing your firearms, a fine, and maybe even jail time. Think of a country in which the federal authorities listen to your conversations even as you walk down the street. Makes me think of East Germany or the Soviet Union. I’m old enough to remember both those places.
Are we angry enough, as a nation, at what our government is doing to us? Are we angry enough about the police abuses all over the country by these globalist progressive bullies? What about the overreaching federal government that took “long arm of the law” too far? Well, check out this story from The Blaze. This one, when I first heard it this morning, about set me off.
The Second Amendment clearly states that our right to bear arms shall not be infringed. So why is it that every time we turn around there is someone in Washington, DC trying to do just that? The latest, as you may know, is the UN’s small arms treaty that claims it is to prevent terrorists from obtaining weapons, but since when have terrorist, or any other criminal, paid attention to the law? What’s the truth of the matter?
I’m sitting here minding my own business and I hear a couple of liberals talking about the Colorado theater shooting. They were saying the government should put more regulations on firearms. I’m listening to them and I’m getting irritated as I’m a firm supporter of our Bill of Rights and the US Constitution.
From The Blaze:
This is important for us all. Whether you like guns or not, they have protected your freedom, feed and protected your families, and given us lots of joy just shooting. Make sure you read this story and take action.
The United Nations is deliberating over a treaty that will place comprehensive limits on the international weapons trade. The language of the draft agreement is so expansive it wouldn’t take an Obama-appointed judge very long to extend the treaty to cover the domestic firearms market as well.
For the first time in human history, people live in urban areas more than they do in rural parts. This poses a security challenge. In the case of rural security, things like clearing trees back from your home, installing security lights, keeping a simple to use, but reliable firearm handy.
Urban survival and security is different from in a rural setting. The needs are different and the threat is generally different. Keep in mind that a lot of these tactics can be used in a rural setting, too. This article is not an exhaustive list.