Rugged Frontier Days = A White Supremacy Myth. It is a white supremacist fable that prowess with firearms was critical to survival during the rugged frontier days. Dr. Welsing points out that "Native Americans taught Europeans how to grow corn to feed themselves and survive. Guns were needed however, if Native (non-white) Americans were going to be removed successfully from the land that the Europeans (whites) wished to dominate and control." [MORE]
Dr. Welsing believes that white people's obsession with guns is due to their collective color deficiency and numerical inadequacy. Whites are overwhelmingly outnumbered on this planet which is 90% non-white and expanding.
'This global white collective maintains a different appearance from the rest of humankind, and they dislike this difference. Therefore, they tan, use makeup, [excercise obsessively and buy guns]. They remain a minority of the world's people, surrounded globally by a black, brown, red and yellow global majority. The white global collective remains genetically recessive to the black, brown, red and yellow global majority and lives each day and each minute of every hour in the continuous fear of losing their domination over non-whites, all over the globe.' [MORE]
FUCK the NRA. The right to keep & bear arms is also for Non-Whites. From [HERE] The National Rifle Association has discreetly spent almost $55,000 against Democratic candidate Doug Jones in the Alabama Senate special election, effectively supporting reported child molester and Republican candidate Roy Moore.
Public Integrity’s Ashley Balcerzak reported that the NRA spent a total of $54,772.03 in December 2017 on postcards opposing Jones, according to Federal Election Commission filings. But there’s no mention of the NRA being involved in the race on its Political Victory Fund and Institute for Legislative Action websites, the two groups the NRA uses for election spending. According to the Political Victory Fund, the NRA is currently endorsing two candidates: a Republican in an Oklahoma State Legislature special election, and a Republican in the Tennessee General Assembly special election.
The website claims there are “no current elections” the NRA is involved with in Alabama.
Searching for both “Doug Jones” or “Roy Moore” on the Political Victory Fund’s media center page yields “no results.” The only recent mention of “Alabama” was in September 2017, plugging for NRA-endorsed Luther Strange in the special primary election. Running the same search terms on the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action website similarly yielded no results pertaining to the Alabama Senate election.
Through regular monitoring of NRATV, the NRA’s broadcast platform, Media Matters can report that the Alabama Senate election has not been a regular topic of discussion.