SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHT TO
KEEP AND BEAR ARMS
over gun control: Gun laws are unconstitutional under the 2nd amendment
and they harm every individual and his/her right of self defense against
violent criminals in the government or out. Topics include: firearms,
shotguns, semi automatic or not, & ammo too, concealed carry laws;
Gun groups and shooters' rights groups - RKBA, JPFO, GOA, SAF, NRA, the
Libertarian Party, etc. Stop victim disarmament zones. http://rexcurry.net/cafe6.jpg
will mourn a dark day in U.S. history on 9-11 because that is when thousands
lost their lives due to government’s gun laws. On 9-11 the government's
victim disarmament program searched, disarmed and cowed passengers, crew
and even pilots.
The government confessed its guilt shortly after 9-11-2001
by restoring the right of pilots to carry guns. Then the government
displayed the ultimate hypocrisy by mandating armed marshals on some flights.
9-11 should remind everyone to repeal laws restricting
the right of self-defense, and to prevent the government from creating victim
Government cannot stop real criminals or terrorists.
Government causes criminality and terrorism. And the media repeat the
government’s constant call for more laws, taxes, spending, socialism and
The most massive slaughters (Stalin, Mao, Hitler etc
-the socialist trio of atrocities at http://rexcurry.net/socialists.jpg)
were perpetrated by government, after gun laws disarmed the victims.
Gun control is the path to a police state.
The massive death caused by gun control dwarfs
all the petty objections to individual use of guns. Gun control
advocates have much blood on their hands.
Government disarms and prosecutes model citizens who
have not committed any act of violence or theft. Perhaps jurors will
reject such laws and acquit.
9-11 is a good day to buy a gun and protect the right
to carry it.
Guns are sort of "allowed" in some prions, including some in Argentine and
Venezuela. The following excerpt from a blog describes more -
So I have fallen behind on my updates...
But I did survive the world's deadliest road and 65 kilometer hike to see
Machu Picchu, so yeah me!
San Pedro prison in La Paz was the most surreal 3 hours of my life. On my
way to La Paz some Aussies on my bus were talking about things to do in LP.
They recommended looking into going to San Pedro. When I arrived I asked
the girl at the front desk how to visit San Pedro, so she gave me two numbers
to call a man named Kenneth.
I called Kenneth, who as it turns out is a South African prisoner in jail
for large amounts of drug trafficking. He arranged a tour for 6 of us from
my hostel. He told me to bring 150 bolivanos and a goodie bag full of cigs,
deodarant, and toys for the kids inside. Yes, there are kids inside of the
prison. So we did as we were told and walked to the prison. Once arriving
we walked through a metal detector that with 100% certainty was not working,
and walked right past the guards. They didnt check our bag of goods or pat
us down or anything. I could have brought 6 sub machine guns, a couple of
stun guns, some grappling hooks and a Chipotle burrito and they wouldn't
have noticed. Once inside we were rounded up into an apartment type room
and given a brief overview. Another South African would be leading our tour
through the prison. About the apartment, they dont have cells in the section
we are in, they have different properties, which can be bought and sold Monopoly
style. The rich live in what amounts to a crappy dorm room, while the poor
cram into what the engine room workers on the Titanic would sleep in.
There are no guards inside the prison, the prisoners elect leaders who run
the security and make sure things stay under control. There are 8 sections
in the prison, the section we were in had 90 prisoner and plus or miuns 15
women and kids, overall the prison has 1100 or so prisoners. I visited the
nice section, meaning many less stabbings and assorted violence. The prison
as a whole averages 4 deaths amonth, some are natural and some are chalked
up to ¨accidents¨. We walked through the courtyard where kids were
playing soccer, visited some different apartments, and hid in the gym while
our group leader sorted out some two year old beef with another guy who didn't
like tourists. We visited zona roja, the area where all of the junkies elect
to live. I talked to ¨Superman¨for awhile, a 49 year old Canadian
who smokes 20 grams of crack a day. INSANE. When I looked around where I was
inside of his room I seriously thought I was living in a dream world. I saw
him and some buddies make some crack and smoke it, Jesus Mary and Joseph
that was nuts. The prison is said to have the best cocaine in all of Bolivia,
which would make sense seeing that 75% of the inmates are there for drug
related crimes. After the tour we went back into the apartment where we originally
started and were offered a chance to order a cornocopia of different products
for sale. Since it was St. Patty's, I shared a bottle of whisky with some
buddies from the hostel. After 3 hours I walked out wide-eyed and forever
changed. I honestly can't explain what was going through my head throughout
the experience, other than a lot of Torbush's.
from http://kyleinargentina.blogspot.com/2008/03/san-pedro-prison.html March
A gun rights case, Wonschik v. U.S., was before the U.S. Supreme Court
and here are quotes from Dr. Rex Curry, the attorney writing in an Amicus
Brief and a motion for recusal in that case: "The National Socialist
German Workers' Party killed 21 million; the People's Republic of China
killed 35 million; the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics killed 62
million. As an attorney, I represented people facing the death
penalty for murder. I never defended anyone as murderous as governments
and government officials. Self-defense against socialist mass slaughter
is a reason for not infringing the right of the people to keep and bear
arms (including homemade machine guns as alleged in Wonschik's Commerce
Clause argument)." for more details on the case see http://rexcurry.net/pledgewonschik.html
Another quote: "The violent aftermath of the Gobitas Pledge
of Allegiance case is the reason for not infringing the right of the
people to keep and bear arms (including homemade machine guns as alleged
in Wonschik's Commerce Clause argument): self-defense against mob
violence inspired by government schools, by the Pledge of Allegiance,
and by cases such as Gobitas." See http://rexcurry.net/pledgewonschik.html
"The criminal charge in Wonschik had no allegation of violence
and is a classic example of how the federal government is taking over
criminal prosecutions from states and doing so by manufacturing jurisdiction
with charges that do not address any actual act(s) of violence, nor
any acts that are the actual origin of the case, but do so by criminalizing
non-violent aspects in ways that arguably violate the 2nd amendment
and the right to keep and bear arms (and the Commerce Clause), instead
of leaving the state to pursue the intelligent charges involving any actual
violence. The federal criminal charge in Wonschik involves the
non-violent act of possession of gun parts. If the government’s
antidisestablishmentarianism does not end, then we will be living in an
even bigger police state." MOURNING 9-11-2001 -for the right
reasons. Use this yearly letter to support the 2nd Am. THE CALIFORNIA DOG MURDER CASE
- did gun-haters disarm and kill Diane Whipple? GUN-HATERS MURDER AGAIN - re-privatize
government parks & stop disarming victims. SPEECH TO THE LIBERTARIAN
ALLIANCE - Rex helps Londoners fight for gun rights. PLANES, GUNS, SEARCHES (& 9-11)
- expanding the right to keep & carry arms. PILOTS, GUNS & YOU
- government airports endanger your life & aid terrorists. LAWYERS JOIN PILOTS
FOR RIGHTS - repeal laws restricting the right to carry. ON COMPROMISING GUN RIGHTS - settle
for repealing only 50% of the laws (to start). JURY NULLFICATION - can jury veto and
jury pardon protect the right of self-defense? GUN BUMPER STICKERS
- Lawyers educate the public about the 2nd amendment (see below). WITHOUT GUN RIGHTS
- we'd still salute the U.S. flag with the National Socialist German
Workers' Party salute.
SOCIALISM disarms its victims.
To learn more about the original
socialist Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. flag and how it subverted
gun rights and still does, please visit http://rexcurry.net/pledge4.html
A Pledge of Allegiance to Guns - an old inaccurate painting
might have been mis-used by a National Socialist in the U.S. to promote
anti-gun ideology. The old painting should have been represented
as favoring gun rights and self-defense http://rexcurry.net/pledgehoratii.html
HARROLD, Tex. — Students in this tiny town of grain silos and ranch-style
houses spent much of the first couple of days in school this week trying to
guess which of their teachers were carrying pistols under their clothes.
“We made fun of them,” said Eric Howard, a 16-year-old high school junior.
“Everybody knows everybody here. We will find out.”
The school board in this impoverished rural hamlet in North Texas has drawn
national attention with its decision to let some teachers carry concealed
weapons, a track no other school in the country has followed. The idea is
to ward off a massacre along the lines of what happened at Columbine High
School in Colorado in 1999.
“Our people just don’t want their children to be fish in a bowl,” said
David Thweatt, the schools superintendent and driving force behind the policy.
“Country people are take-care-of-yourself people. They are not under the illusion
that the police are there to protect them.”
Even in Texas, with its tradition of lenient gun laws and frontier justice,
the idea of teachers’ taking guns to class has rattled some people and sparked
a fiery debate.
Gun-control advocates are wringing their hands, while pro-gun groups are
gleeful. Leaders of the state’s major teachers unions have expressed stunned
outrage, while the conservative Republican governor, Rick Perry, has endorsed
Many say they rarely lock their doors, much less worry about random drifters
with pistols running amok at the school. Longtime residents were hard-pressed
to recall a single violent incident there.
Others worry that introducing guns into the classroom might create more
problems than it solved. A teacher tussling with a student could lose control
of a weapon, or a gun might go off by accident, they said.
“I don’t think there is a place in the school whatsoever for a gun unless
you have a police officer in there,” said Bobby G. Brown, a farmer and former
school board chairman whose two sons were educated at the school. “I don’t
care how much training they have.”
His wife, Diane Brown, added: “There are too many things that could happen.
They are not trained to make life-and-death-situation judgments.”
“We are trained to teach and to educate,” said Zeph Capo, the legislative
director for the Houston Association of Teachers. “We are not trained to tame
the Wild West.”
Texas gun laws ban the weapons on school property. But the Legislature
carved out an exception allowing school boards to permit people with concealed
handgun licenses to carry their weapons. No local district had taken advantage
of the exception until the Harrold school board acted.
Gun-control advocates say, however, that while the school district may
be complying with state gun laws, it appears to be violating the education
statute. That law says “security personnel” authorized to carry weapons on
campuses must be “commissioned peace officers,” who undergo police training.
Traci McKay, a 34-year-old restaurant employee, sends three children to
the school, yet said she had not heard about the pistol-carrying teachers
until two weeks before the start of the semester. She was stunned.
“I should have been informed,” Ms. McKay said. “If something happens, do
we really want all these people shooting at each other?”
Ms. McKay said Mr. Thweatt had yet to explain why a town with such a low
crime rate needed such measures.
“We are pretty much being told to deal with this or move,” Ms. McKay said.
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SECOND AMENDMENT FOUNDATION
KEEP AND BEAR ARMS
GUN OWNERS OF AMERICA
NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
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