Don't Kill People
By Servando Gonzalez
Copyright © 2011. All
The recent massacre in Norway has brought
renewed interest in the subject of gun control. As expected, gun
control advocates will seize the tragic events to convince the
rest of us that passing even stricter gun control laws is the
only way to avoid the repetition of this type of incident. They
conveniently ignore, however, that Norway is one of the countries
in the world where strict gun control laws have been in place
for a long time. Norwegian citizens do not have the right to bear
arms. Only the members of some governmente agencies are authorized
by the government to carry guns.
Moreover, zealous gun control advocates conveniently ignore the
proven, verifiable fact that guns don’t kill people.
Let me repeat it again to make it absolutely clear: GUNS
DON’T KILL PEOPLE
Christine, a 1983 horror film directed by John Carpenter,
an old car named Christine rebuilds itself after a massive accident
and then discovers her true life passion in life: killing people.
And she does it with incredible passion and efficiency.
Nevertheless, it is difficult to understand why if most people
love cars, cars hate people so much that killing people is one
of their main hobbies. According to recent statistics, more people
are killed by cars in the U.S. than by disease, accidents, people
firing guns or any other cause. Why, then, the people who have
been for years claiming for the banning of guns have never mentioned
the banning of cars? Well, one reason may be that Christine
was just a fiction film. Another, that in real life, everybody
knows that cars don’t kill people; there is always somebody
behind the wheel doing the killing.
In the same fashion, guns don’t kill people: people kill
people. For every person killed by a bullet there has been another
pulling the gun’s trigger. Actually, guns have so many
safety devices designed into them to avoid accidental firings
that they should be considered one of the safer tools ever created
by man. The fact that guns don’t kill people is so obvious
that it should not merit the subject of a discussion. Despite
of it, however, many people believe that the best solution to
avoid senseless carnages like the one in Oslo is banning guns,
and they have the full support of their governments.
Why most governments all around the world love taking guns from
the hands of its citizens, but not cars, the main tool of violent
death in developed countries? The reason is simple: people cannot
effectively use their cars to overthrow a tyrannical government,
only their guns can do the job. That is the very reason why the
Founding Fathers wrote the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
Just a cursory reading of the three main documents of this country
— the Declarations of Independence, the Constitution, and
the Bill of Rights — will convince anybody that the reason
why the Founding Fathers recognized the right to bear arms
as an essential right of free citizens is because only guns in
the hands of the citizens can curtail, deter, or overthrow a tyrannical
For the same reason that neither cars nor guns (nor kitchen knives,
baseball bats, golf clubs, bricks, battle tanks or drones) kill
people, bombs do not blow up planes in flight: people do. Nevertheless,
the Council on Foreign Relations conspirators who control this
country have instructed their puppets in the White House to order
the FBI, OHS, TSA, and other repressive “anti-terrorist”
agencies, to avoid profiling — that is, focusing on people
— and focusing instead in the means to cause havoc.
However, just a short visit to a hardware store, supermarket,
pharmacy, or even toy store, will convince you that most things
freely available in these type of stores can be easily repurposed
to be used as weapons or means of destruction. Consequently, the
focus on the means of destruction, not on the destructive people,
is ineffective, senseless, and plain stupid.
Or is it not?
If one wrongly assume that the U.S. government’s goal is
fighting terrorism, the approach currently used by the OHS, FBI,
TSA, and the rest of the government agencies allegedly engaged
in protecting the American people from terrorism is plainly stupid.
On the other hand, if we realize that the true, hidden goal of
these agencies is not fighting terrorism, but destroying the free
spirit of the American people, it is evident that the policy has
been very effective
If you are a frequent flyer, you may have noticed how parents
take off their watches, key chains, shoes and other items of clothing
as if it were the most normal thing to do, and their children
faithfully imitate them. Unknowingly, they are contributing to
mentally condition the new generation of sheeple: people who will
accept any measure imposed by the government without complain
— exactly the type of passive citizens the communo-fascists
need for the coming New World Order.
History shows that, as a rule, revolutionary, drastic societal
change is carried out by a relatively small group of decided,
armed people who forcefully impose their will over a large group
of undecided, unarmed people. These changes can take the form
of a fascist coup d’état or a communist mass revolution.
However, if the CFR globalist conspirators finally take full control
of America, this will be an exception to the rule: the first time
in the history of mankind that a small group of unarmed, physical
cowards has managed to enslave a large majority of bold, armed
I don’t think most Americans would like to be proud of this
type of exceptionalism.
 On July 22, 20011, a man wearing a military uniform and carrying
a semi-automatic rifle and other weapons, killed more than 60
teenagers at a youth camp in a tiny island outside Oslo. During
the 90 minutes the police took to appear, the killer had plenty
of time to hunt his victims. Due to Norway’s strict gun
control laws, all the victims were unarmed. A few days after the
massacre, some estrange things about the shooter have begun to
surface, and conspiracy theories abound. Nevertheless, if Norway’s
government uses the incident as a pretext to enact anti-terrorism
laws and tighten already existing gun restrictions, this would
be a sure sign that the assassin was a patsy and the whole thing
a Hegelian PsyOp
 According to recent statistics, murders by people using firearms,
per year are 14,000, while deaths by people driving cars per year
are 43,000. Some researchers have studied the figures on firearm
ownership, firearm accidents, suicides, and murders, during the
period from 1959 to the present. Their goal was to find out whether
accidents, suicides, or murders by firearm increase or decrease
as the supply of firearms increases or decreases. The figures
show that, contrary to anti-gun claims, the rates of accidents
and murders by firearms do not show any relationship to the number
of guns owned by civilians. The gun supply has increased and decreased
without affecting the accident or murder rates. Granted, suicides
by firearms have increased when more guns have been available,
but the total suicide rate has not changed; when guns are less
available, people find other ways to commit suicide.
 See, Servando Gonzalez, “The Real Makers of Lethal Weapons
Are In Our Schools,” WorldNetDaily.com, July 21,
2011, (originally published in June, 1999), http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=55266.
 Probably, the only exception to this is the Austrian-made
Glock pistol. Placing the safety in the trigger is equivalent
to placing a car’s brake in the gas pedal. Unfortunately,
despite a long history of accidental firings, the unsafest gun
in the world has been adopted by most police departments in the
U.S. This may be a sign of how less they care for the lives of
the citizens they are supposed to serve and protect.
 Contrary to what most Americans have been brainwashed to believe,
the Second Amendment does not give us the right to bear arms.
It only acknowledges the inherent right of the citizens to bear
arms, similar to their inherent rights to life, liberty, and the
pursuit of happiness. The distinction is very important, because
it means not only that all government permits to carry guns, concealed
or visible, are unconstitutional, but also that not even a constitutional
amendment has the power to deprive Americans of any of these basic
 This stupid focus on the means, not the people, has brought
the banning of “assault weapons.” The ignorant politicians
who passed the laws apparently ignore that for many years the
assault weapon of choice in war was the bayonet. To them, an assault
weapon is a rifle having some characteristics, like being full
auto, using large capacity magazines, or some handle configuration.
It seems that the fact that using a weapon for assault or defense
only depends on the user has never crossed their narrow or ill
Servando Gonzalez is a Cuban-born American writer, semiologist
and intelligence analyst. He has written books, essays and articles
on Latin American history, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics.
Servando is the author of Historia herética de la revolución
fidelista, The Secret Fidel Castro, The Nuclear Deception
and La madre de todas las conspiraciones, all available
He also hosted the documentaries Treason in America: The Council
on Foreign Relations and Partners in Treason: The CFR-CIA-Castro
Connection, produced by Xzault Media Group of San Leandro,
California, both available at the author's site at http://www.servandogonzalez.org.
His latest book, Psychological Warfare and the New World Order:
The Secret War Against the American People just appeared
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