American Dissident Voices Broadcast of December 3, 2005
Hello and welcome to American Dissident Voices, I'm Shaun Walker.
Firearms are a part of the American culture, even more so than baseball, apple-pie, or Chevrolet. Firearms were a part of every White nation's culture ever since they replaced the sword and bow-and-arrow. When America was founded, we were an extension of Europe, and privately owned firearms made it possible for us to win the 400-year race war against the Asiatic inhabitants of North America.
At that time, at the start of the 16th Century, there were many restrictions on personal freedom in various European nations.
These restrictions were always enacted with the purpose of controlling the population, so as to prevent the masses from overthrowing the ruling elite. This was long before the Jews had taken over control of the media and, in fact, before the mass media existed.
Everyone back then knew that restrictions on weapons, be they swords or firearms, came about because the ruling elite feared the population over whom they governed. The phrase, "Fear a government that fears an armed population," has been reworded and used throughout the ages. A government that does not fear its population has no reason to seek to control firearms.
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