“…the barrel of a gun.”

2020 November 30
by justrand

Mao Tse-Tung was obsessed with guns. Not an American “2nd Amendment” kind of obsession.  His obsession was with TAKING and CONTROLLING guns.  These two quotes explain why:

All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party.”

Morality begins at the point of a gun. After the enemies with guns have been wiped out, there will still be enemies without guns; they are bound to struggle desperately against us, and we must never regard these enemies lightly.

What political Party has the same obsession with TAKING and CONTROLLING guns??  Too easy: the DEMOCRAT Party.

Every time they talk about “buy-backs”, and “sensible regulations”, and “the Greater Good”, replay Mao’s words.  Especially this part of the second quote above:

After the enemies with guns have been wiped out, there will still be enemies without guns; they are bound to struggle desperately against us, and we must never regard these enemies lightly.

Once the Democrats have disarmed you they will NOT be done with you.  They will still regard you as “the enemy”, and will NEVER regard you lightly.  They will not rest until you are Re-Educated, Imprisoned, Enslaved, or Dead.

28 Responses leave one →
  1. 2020 November 30 3:41 pm

    Anyone watching these AZ hearings on OAN or via other means…jesus h.

  2. 2020 November 30 3:41 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Something that’s forgotten is that Mao was the worst butcher of the 20th century. His regime killed far more people than Hitler or Stalin. Mao’s army would plow a ditch, machine gun 100 people and bulldoze over them.

  3. 2020 November 30 4:12 pm
    justrand permalink

  4. 2020 November 30 4:19 pm
    bc3b permalink

  5. 2020 November 30 4:40 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Speaking of guns, at least 42 shot, 11 killed in Chicago Thanksgiving weekend:


    Title of link needs updating.

    Meanwhile, dozens of black players and a few woke whites, like the Lions’ Matthew Stafford, took a knee during the national anthem to protest police aggression against blacks.

  6. 2020 November 30 5:10 pm
    bc3b permalink

    In an extremely rare moment of “journalism,” the WaPo admits 1 in 4 young adults have contemplated suicide during COVID-19 lockdowns:


  7. 2020 November 30 5:10 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Like this post. Well lets say the observation, not the results/morality.

    The US DoD has submitted a $740.5 billion request for 2021. Our next closest competitor will spend $237 billion. (https://www.globalfirepower.com/defense-spending-budget.asp) We can afford that level expenditure under the guise of being a rich country. We’re not of course if you look at the outstanding outlays facing us.

    “All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. …”, true on the face. However my aim is to turn that around — “All political power comes from the hope you have a barrel of a gun.” My point is this, socialism has a limiting factor, standard of living and ability to tax drops drastically once social progressivism takes hold in an economy. Cuba, Venezuela, Russia all have experienced an inability to maintain the height of their power once ‘progress’ was instituted. We can all help that along by adjusting our economic stance and making our CPAs be a tad more aggressive in taking deductions.

    So AOC bring it on. But be aware, those nice shiny toys will not be available after about the third 5 year plan passed by Congress.

  8. 2020 November 30 5:14 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Its an old story, Boy brings girl to party. Girl meets other guy at party. Girl wonders why she does not have a ride home from party.

  9. 2020 November 30 5:25 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Some interesting stats — https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2020/09/11/youth-suicide-rate-increases-cdc-report-finds/3463549001/

    Consider doing it and actually doing it are entirely different. I would consider bedding Miss Ukraine. My chances, quite nil. Besides I would have to fight off Eph. Sorry dude. I don’t know if this is ‘truthful reporting’ or laying the ground work for federal funding of safe places via the Biden administration.

    Just Sayin’.

  10. 2020 November 30 6:26 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Win or lose, God Bless Trump for standing ground on this election issue.

  11. 2020 November 30 6:59 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  12. 2020 November 30 7:08 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    “Win or lose, God Bless Trump for standing ground on this election issue.”

  13. 2020 November 30 7:32 pm
    bc3b permalink

    This video illustrates how bad Faux News has become:


    … and they wonder why we hate them?

  14. 2020 November 30 7:43 pm

    4 – The remotely smart ones will say then either pay me (or pay me more) for exclusivity or you can go fuck yourself.

    12 – The hearing just wrapped… over all it was great, I will say however at times rudy was fine when doing questioning, bit less so went he went into narrative… but then again the left gets to regurgitate their narrative 24×7 on every cable channel so a little counter narrative I guess should be expected. Anyway just like watching PA, there is no way to could watch that entire hearing (I’m sure few will actually watch the whole thing), and not have reasonable doubt about the results – frankly of any results in the state. There was more then one gasp or gasp equivalent moments today.

  15. 2020 November 30 8:06 pm

    “Twitter Suspends Arizona GOP Witness Bobby Piton During His Blistering Testimony on Election Fraud”

    LOL you’d think at some point they consider the Streisand effect of banning all the people that have something to say on the topic, guess they figure if they along with all their pals all do the same whom would ever even know.

  16. 2020 November 30 8:45 pm
    mpt permalink

    Something that I realized during this whole election theft fiasco is how weak the legislative branches of the various states have become. First, most have delegated their constitutional authority for elections to the executive branches to assign delegates without formal review or confirmation of the selection. Too much work I guess. Second, most legislative bodies are in recess most of the year and have laws that only the executive branch (ie. governor) can call a special session or must approve of a special session while the legislature is in recess. Combined, this effectively removes the legislative branch from being a functioning co-equal third branch of the government as the judicial and executive branches operate at all times.

    I guess being a state senator or assemblyman is a nice gig if you can get it. Collect a paycheck and delegate any tough choices to the other branches of government. And if by chance, those other branches are corrupt, you’ve essentially delegated to them complete control over whether you can legally do anything about it.

    I give credit to the GOP state legislative officials for having “un-official” hearings on the vote, but in the case of AZ and PA, they have essentially neutered themselves long ago to the courts and executive branches of the state government. From the information I’ve been able to gather, there is pretty much zero chance of any legislative solution to a demonstrably fraudulent election in either of these states. I wouldn’t be surprised if we find the same situation in GA, MI, WI or any other state.

  17. 2020 November 30 8:48 pm
    mpt permalink

    …guess they figure if they along with all their pals all do the same whom would ever even know.

    That’s exactly what they figure. From the looks of it, they are probably correct in their figuring.

  18. 2020 November 30 9:02 pm

    17 – All true.
    18 – umm hmmm. 🙁

  19. 2020 November 30 9:16 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    It’s not just state legislatures.
    Typically Congress will pass some short bill that says clean water is good. Then EPA will write millions of pages of regulations to implement it. So it’s really the executive branch running things. A Dem will go home on recess and say “I voted for Clean Water!” A Repub tells his constituents “Vote for me to fight the bureaucracy!”
    Neither one has a clue.

    This is a huge issue IMO. Not a coincidence that Trump revved the economy by deleting regs.
    I’ve been listening to Federalist Society podcasts from their group Regulatory Transparency Project for a year.
    Believe me, Congress has abdicated.

  20. 2020 November 30 9:35 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  21. 2020 November 30 9:49 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Jim, 20,

    Many of us have noticed that.

  22. 2020 November 30 9:53 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    “Reporter counts people coming out of church”

    Now … do a mosque.
    Seriously, government informers will prosper until The People take action

  23. 2020 November 30 10:05 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Any legislature that has the guts can take the power on elections anytime they want — Art I, Sec 4, USC.

  24. 2020 November 30 10:07 pm

    23 – Then follow the reporter around for a day video’ing every time they break the law or some BS covid related “violation”.

    24 – guts, being the keyword.

  25. 2020 November 30 10:43 pm
    mpt permalink

    Any legislature that has the guts can take the power on elections anytime they want — Art I, Sec 4, USC.

    At a theoretical level, that is true. At a practical level, it is essentially impossible because of the procedural and legal frameworks the legislatures have hamstrung themselves with.

    In PA, as I understand it, the legislature went on recess this evening and is termed out as of now. The new legislature will not convene until early January when they are sworn in. For the PA legislature to convene in a special session any time in December it would be the new legislature that hasn’t been sworn in yet. See the catch-22 situation? Do you think the Dem held PA governor and courts would cooperate to swear in a new legislature early under these circumstances?

    Similar, but different situation in AZ. The AZ legislature can be called into a special session in two ways. First by the AZ governor or by a 2/3 supermajority within the legislature itself. Neither has a chance of happening.

    The issue isn’t just guts. It’s the legislatures tying themselves in knots by the very laws and resolutions they have previously passed. By doing so, they have willingly or unwittingly made themselves subservient to the other two branches of the government. I’m sure it all seemed reasonable at the time, but small minds never consider unreasonable times that might arise. They have effectively thrown away the very power the founding fathers in their wisdom granted to them for such occasions.

  26. 2020 November 30 10:50 pm

    26 – Yup both have completed their dodge maneuvers, by design, in an attempt to avoid any responsibility – which works to their advantage far more often then it doesn’t – so it will continue.

  27. 2020 December 1 7:57 am



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