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Gun Control and 2nd Amendment
The 2nd amendment was made for state defence. American independence in 1776, it fought Britain until 1783 to achieve independence, and Britain was still a threat to America at the beginning of its independence. Thus, America relies heavily on militias (soldiers) to defend the country. (Murray, 1975).
In the 19th century, the emergence of modern military and modern weapons made the idea of militias almost irrelevant. But in America, ordinary people still think they need guns to defend their liberty. One of the reasons is that they were exposed to the theory that there was a "conspiracy" to deprive the people of the right to own the people's weapons so that the dictatorship could easily control the people. They have declared a New World Order conspiracy against the Pope, the Freemasons, Jews, bankers, communists and everything else to take over America by "disarming" the American people. (Lund, 2007).
What they are talking about is not understood. But most of all, they believe that these guns and guns can protect them from being abused by the government. That's why we can't ban civilians from possessing weapons. It's a matter of "liberty or death", don't joke around. Because the Democratic Party is most often associated with Jews and bankers, Democrats' economic policies are seen as "socialist", and coincidentally, Democratic politicians are most active in raising gun control issues. Democratic politicians are the main target of this conspiracy theory.
After a mass shooting incident at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012 (which claimed the lives of 20 children under the age of 7), Obama once again raised the issue of gun control (Henigan, 2014). He was later stabbed by a socialist, a Freemason, a Jewish puppet who threatened the people's freedom, and even the government was accused of being the "mastermind" behind the Sandy Hook incident. Gun control laws are not approved.
Murray, D. R. (1975). Handguns, gun control laws and firearm violence. Social Problems, 23(1), 81-93.
Lund, N. (2007). The second amendment, political liberty, and the right to self-preservation. Ala.
L. Rev., 39, 103.
Henigan, D. A. (2011). Arms, Anarchy and the Second Amendment. Val. UL Rev., 26, 107.
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