Gun Confiscations

Khris Speaks

Volume LXXX


This post will not be for the faint-of-heart in any manner. On the subject of gun confiscation, there are some things which need discussed and many won’t like what I have to say. There have been fighter-jets flying up and down the Oregon coast for several days and as of today, a massive amount of helicopter movement is taking place. Something is stirring and it’s not positive. If you want to protect your guns, you are going to have to use them. You cannot go ‘Ghandi’ at this late hour. You will not be able to sit in the street and block vehicles from coming to your block or neighborhood. You cannot hold your guns tight in your hands thinking they won’t take them. You and your family will not be able to block the threshold to the room where you guns are locked up and think the foreign troops, law enforcement and whomever they send will turn away and go to another house. If you want to keep and have your guns, get ready to start using them.

If ‘they’ get to your front door, it is too late. People must organize with their neighbors, friends and family ahead of time. You are going to need to have a plan and be ready to execute the plan as well as execute those confiscating the guns. Snipers will be of paramount importance during gun confiscations. Good men and women with high-quality rifles and decent scopes will need to be in trees, rooftops and lurking around every corner. If 50 foreign troops start down your block, ten of them should have half their heads blown off before they make it 5 feet. Rinse and repeat what I just told you from coast-to-coast, sea to shining sea. Once again, if you want to keep your guns, you cannot let ‘them’ get to your front door because it will be too late. You cannot take a defensive stance during a gun-grab. If you cherish your family and your rights to bear arms, you will have to go offensive. These foreign troops do not care about you and will not back down. You will have to kill them hand-over-fist to keep your guns. I’m sure many will criticize me for publishing this. To keep your guns at this time, you will have to use them. There is no other option.



  1. maialynda

    Well, actually, and surprisingly, Gandhi may have actually been pro-gun. There is one quote (there may be others) on this subject: “I used to issue leaflets asking people to enlist as recruits. One of the arguments I had used was distasteful to the Commissioner : ‘Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the Act depriving a whole nation of arms as the blackest. If we want the Arms Act to be repealed, if we want to learn the use of arms, here is a golden opportunity. If the middle class render voluntary help to Government in the hour of its trial, distrust will disappear, and the ban on possessing arms will be withdrawn.’ The Commissioner referred to this and said that he appreciated my presence in the conference in spite of the differences between us. ” – Mohandas Gandhi, an Autobiography, page 446
    So, sort of, yes.

  2. pollyann

    Many eyes are on the U.S. with this gun rights battle. I still have a hard time believing there will be a mass confiscation of guns — coast to coast, border to border — even though it has occured before in other countries. I know they have done drills. I can see an actual test run happening to gauge the outcome. I know how they work. They introduce their agendas a little bit at a time so that change is gradual. They acclimate us. Even still… I just have a hard time with mass confiscation being successful. I can see that after we are gone most of the children of today will gladly accept not having gun rights. I know about the foreign troops being brought into this country who will have no problem shooting an American. I knew about that many years ago. Just some thoughts…

    • Blue

      You know you could be right Pollyann.

      They might do it not state by state or even neighbourhood by neighbourhood but in a seemingly random stealthy way to prevent people organising against it.



  3. Blue

    Thanks Khris for writing this.

    There have been laws in Britain restricting people from automatically being able to own a gun since the Vagrancy act was passed in 1824. I would urge people in the US to hold on the second amendment and not follow our example by having mass demonstrations in the first instance against it being revoked.

    This does not mean that I am pro Gandhi lol.



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