CSGV: A cult cannot survive without lies.

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David Conley was a Felon. Legally he was barred from owning or even touching a gun, yet like many criminals do, they find one in the black market or from associates or friends.  I bet if you confront them with the lie, they will pull the equivalent of “may vs. can” and that they never actually meant to say he obtained the gun via a legal transaction.

Its followers don’t care about the lie. They are already into a frenzy of NRA blaming as if you or me actually pulled the trigger. They don’t even mention Conley or his long list of abuses against his family or even that the family followed the instructions many anti gunner tell us work and changed locks and filled restraining orders to “feel” safe. Conley gained access through a window, controlled three adults and then killed everybody without opposition or challenge…because you do not defend yourself least you may make them angry. Just give them what they want.

Unfortunately in this particular case, he wanted lives. He got them.

The plan did not work so well after all. Bloody oops.

 

 

 

 

5 Replies to “CSGV: A cult cannot survive without lies.”

  1. These eight children are gone from this Earth.

    According to CSGV, they should have been some of the safest kids on the planet:
    – They had adults in the home.
    – They did NOT have guns in the home.
    – Most likely, nobody in the home knew how to use a firearm of any kind.
    – At least one adult likely had a restraining/protective order against the bad guy.
    – Because of that order — not to mention the criminal history — he was not able to legally acquire or own a gun.
    – Because of that order/history, he probably didn’t even try to acquire a gun at a licensed dealer, gun show, pawn shop, flea market, or swap meet.
    – The doors were locked.
    – When faced with a threat, the police were probably called.
    – When faced with a threat, they didn’t fight back.
    – When faced with a threat, they gave him what he wanted.

    Somehow, all this “life-saving” advice did precisely nothing to … well … save any lives. But that’s OK; it only has to save one life. Not necessarily any of these ones, but one life, somewhere, at some point.

    [/rant]

    (Sorry, I’m a bit cranky today.)




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  2. I take umbrage at the last statement about freedom.

    It is absolutely essential that we retain our freedom and there is a cost to it every day in every action.

    Criminals live amongst us because our justice system is supposed to favor the innocent and some bad people slip through the cracks. We drive multi-ton vehicles around and sometimes squash people due to benefits they provide. We allow idiots like CSGV to post their inaccurate lies because we want the freedom of speech for all of us unimpeded. I would bet someone died just now by reading their stupid website while driving, so CSGV should have their First Amendment rights revoked.

    Finally, we are a highly armed society because we want to discourage and as a last resort have the means to respond to a despotic government. So, yes, there is collateral damage when freedom is present because we live in an open society. I’d stack up the handful of innocent lives killed by criminals and crazies against the whole scale slaughter that governments have done to their disarmed or outgunned citizens, such as in Nazi Germany, the USSR, China, Turkey, and all the lousy African and Middle Eastern hellholes.

    Only my enemy wants me disarmed and CSGV, you are welcome to try, but you will lose big time.




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  3. When we remind CSGV that these killers got their guns unlawfully, we sound like Charlie Brown’s teacher. They don’t not care about laws allowing access to guns, because the end game is confiscation. Once all the guns are taken up, we will all be just fine.




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