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NAT’L – GUN RIGHTS – Civil Disobedience & The Next Battle for Virginia

In the wake of last weekend’s gun rights rally, there are many different opinions on the outcome. Some call it a huge success, a show of force to the governor of Virginia that would make him take gun-owners and pro-gun activists more seriously. Others call it a missed opportunity to affect meaningful change, especially in light of the Virginia General Assembly passing Red Flag legislation only days later in spite of the protest. And of course, trolls on both sides are putting in overtime in the meme smithies to provoke the other side. But in all factions of the pro-2A debate, the question is mainly the same: What now?  In short, civil disobedience on a massive scale. That is to say, a clear and unabashedly proud and understood escalation of the ongoing fight for Liberty, but one that is measured and controlled. But it doesn’t have to be within a nation-wide organization or group, in fact, it is better and more effective if it isn’t. No, instead it must be within small groups and communities, forming together for their own specific interests, in their own localities. It means to exercise your Constitutional rights, even if your locality or State has made unjust laws in an attempt to regulate or infringe upon them. It means to continue to gather and make your voices heard, despite growing political and legal pressure to just “play by the rules.” To give in solves nothing, especially when the members of the opposition are the ones changing the rules. It means holding our government accountable at every level, keeping an eye on their every move, and responding accordingly. It means to show the government that we don’t need them. It means looking out for one another, supporting one another at the community level, and shutting out and refusing to obey those that seek to rule over you, or spread injustice. It means gathering together and discussing together, debating and educating one another, and preparing one another for any eventuality. It means becoming neighbors and families and friends again. It means coming together despite our differences, to fight for Liberty.  [full article]

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