GUERRILLA TACTICS IN THE CULTURE WAR, #1: Promoting Self-Defense as a Virtue Rob Morse.

Liberal politicians rationalize their cultural attack on self-defense as being for public safety. It isn’t. The anti-rights legislation put forward in liberal states like California and New York has nothing to do with constraining crime or violence. Their “gun laws” are simply attacks on our culture of self-defense.What should we do? People who love liberty should advocate for a better culture rather than be on the defensive. Promote a culture of freedom on the street AND in the courtroom. Think of this simple question; “What would brave men and women do today if they held self-defense as a virtue?”

Source: GUERRILLA TACTICS IN THE CULTURE WAR, #1: Promoting Self-Defense as a Virtue ⋆ Rob Morse  #ClashDaily

It goes to the principle that we cannot be mere spectators in the fight for our rights, but to be involved as much as we can and not just the bare minimum. Go read it. Leave your opinion too.

2 Replies to “GUERRILLA TACTICS IN THE CULTURE WAR, #1: Promoting Self-Defense as a Virtue Rob Morse.”

  1. Self-defense is not just a virtue – it is a moral imperative. Anyone who claims to have “respect for life” must first have sufficient respect for his or her own life to be willing and able (to the best of their ability and resources) to defend it, and to allow, even encourage, others to do the same. To deny others the right and ability to defend themselves is morally repugnant to the ideal of “respect for life,” and people who espouse “respect for life” while opposing the right to self-defense (this includes the right to the tools necessary to effectuate the defense) are hypocrites and morally bankrupt.




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