Article Image
News Link • Activism

Civil unrest in the U.S.: "Hide your kids, hide your wife!" (Video)

• The Political Commentator
Does the potential for an increase in incidents of civil unrest in the United States pose a clear and present danger to home and family? I have been out of town the last few days in a part of the country where family's owning guns is not as uncommon as it is in the metropolitan areas on the East Coast. While there I had a discussion with a friend about the potential for civil unrest to become more prevalent as economic hard times and financial desperation in the United States continues to take a heavy toll on people around the country. Should guns (legally registered of course) be present in homes as protection in the event of a home invasion? And, if the gun is in the home, how prepared he or I would be to "shoot to kill." Of course this is something not known until the situation God forbid presents itself, but I would have to say that I believe I am prepared to take whatever steps are necessary to protect my family! Read 10 signs of growing levels of civil unrest below

1 Comments in Response to

Comment by David Jackson
Entered on:

     Interesting and somewhat valid.

      There isn't any reason to believe that anyone who is living east of the Mississippi has any chance of surviving anything that resemble real civil unrest, in the United States. The more densely populated an area, the more prone it is to extremes of violence and destructive government intervention.

       What, one might ask, is the rationale for the necessity of  "properly registered" firearms"? Being in possession of a "registered" firearms, is an invitation to a list of firearms to be confiscated, houses to be raided, and "citizens to be murdered" - having been identified as "armed federal felons" who are a danger to the public and a threat to "social order" and "national security:  All this, of course, comes about, after some declaration of a clear and present danger, probably by way of an Executive Order.

        Owning a gun isn't even close to "knowing how to use a gun". (To all the macho males - having a penis doesn't make you a "man", nor bestow upon you the ability to efficiently and effectively use firearms to defend yourself or your family - if you don't know how to use firearms and don't feel the need to learn, all the guns in the world won't make you safe or help your wife and kids.)

          If "unrest" breaks out, you'd better hope you ar "out of town".

Join us on our Social Networks:


Share this page with your friends on your favorite social network: