This was from a rally in Washington DC yesterday.


I remember when a bunch of idiots got citronella tiki torches from Lowe’s and marched around Charlottesville, Virginia, chanting, “Jews will not replace us.”

The media went apoplectic and blamed Trump.

Now, a bunch of Hamas supporters are openly calling for the murder of Jews in Washington DC, in front of the White House, and it’s been a lot of nothing in response.

These people will become more and more extreme until something is done to stop them. That is simply the nature of human behavior.

If nobody is stopping them for calling for the murder of Jews (calling for murder is not protected speech), they will try and murder Jews next.

The Jewish community, and all decent communities, need to be prepared to defend our/themselves from a Hamasnik 5th column in the United States.


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By J. Kb

17 thoughts on “Every Jew needs to start stockpiling guns and ammo”
  1. And learning to use those guns, effectively and legally. Join the Armed Citizens Legal Defense network. The Hamsniks won’t be prosecuted in blue states, but self-defenders will.

  2. A clear demonstration of the first axiom of politics.
    “The action taken by the person is not what causes offense. The political affiliation of the person taking action is what causes the offense.”
    The leftist will never call out the muslims or islam for their actions because they support it. They use it as a template for their own behavior. Seriously, is there a more oppressive form of government than islam? It makes communism look like a sunny day on the park. Leftists can only strive to emulate muslims and achieve the level of compliance from the population that islamic countries have.
    And, that is what leftists strive for. Control, and oppression of those they do not like, or who do not comply.
    The leftists in the news will never call out hate from the left because they support the left.
    And, they will declare anyone who values personal freedom as a terrorist, because those people do not worship at the altar of the All-Powerful-State.

  3. Wait until they meet someone that knows their history and is all out of f@cks to give. I have read and heard from family what hell they are trying to bring down on Jews. This is not 1930s Europe and is not going to go like they think it will.

    1. We need to heed Solzhenitsyns’ warning…

      “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”
      ― Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn , The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956

      1. That quote does not mention private weapons. Did Solzhenitsyn recognize that was the missing part of the picture? The fact that, having previously been disarmed, the people really didn’t have any good options, and didn’t have any effective means to ensure that a security operative would be uncertain whether he’d return alive?
        “If the opposition disarms, all is well and good. If it refuses to disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves.” — Stalin (Works, Vol.10, p.378., from a speech in 1927)

      2. “half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?”

        Not as effective as a firearm but it will get the job done. Never give up the means of self preservation.

        1. Yes, good point. Many things are weapons, though most are far inferior to firearms.

          I keep a copy of P.A. Luty’s famous “Expedient homemade firearms” around. He got sent to jail for it (in the UK — no freedom of speech). And it’s crude — but it all looks reasonable. For that matter, Tom Clancy had some nice ideas in “Without Remorse”.

      3. Valid point.
        How many fathers would be willing to leave their children without a father?
        All to fight a, seemingly, futile fight?
        5%, 10%, maybe as little as 1% may have been enough.
        Realize, for every Tianman talk guy, there are hundreds of millions that see their potential lose as greater than their gains.
        The US Revolution, the French revolution were anomalies, a measurable percentage of people risked their lives, their livelihoods, and their families.
        More often than not, simply staying alive, knowing your family will be there tomorrow will outweigh any desire to do the right thing. Food and shelter will overcome any desire for freedom more often than not.

        1. There are other lesser known examples. Holland is one; the Dutch war for independence was far scarier than the US one, and lasted far longer. (It’s called the “80 year war”; the better known “30 year war” was merely the last 30 years of the other one.) Strangely enough, it isn’t taught well in Dutch schools; for example, I never heard of the Dutch declaration of independence until long after I moved to the USA.

  4. calling for murder is not protected speech
    Ummm, where have you been? Calling for murder is “protected speech” if your intended victims are Jews, Israelis, patriotic Americans, traditional/evangelical Christians, or Trump supporters. Anyone else, and it’s not protected.
    Like CBMTTek said, the first axiom of politics. The Left can call for the murder of “deplorables” and it’s protected speech. But the Right cannot even point out what bulls#!t that is without being labeled a “threat to democracy”.

    1. Unless the group or individual is, at that moment, whipping people up and directing them to go attack a specific thing right then and there, and the group is prepared to do just that, then it’s still protected speech. “Incitement to riot” laws, at least those I’m familiar with, have strict limits on what’s considered “unprotected speech.”

      Now, if you are made to feel unsafe, and someone moves toward you in a threatening manner, that’s different, depending on where you are and what you are doing at the time.

  5. “Every Jew needs to start stockpiling guns and ammo”

    Everyone needs to “start stockpiling guns and ammo.” Jews are behind the curve on it – way behind, almost certainly, and need to catch up – but everyone needs to ramp up their efforts because if this goes the way it did in the ’30s, they’ll begin with the Jews but it won’t be a nanosecond until they go after anyone who is not them and if you’re depending on “government” to come to the rescue “day late and a dollar short” ain’t even close.

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