Comments on "No Guns for Negroes"
- Read a very relevant article - "The Racist Roots of Gun Control
" by Clayton E. Cramer.
"No Guns for Negroes" is another stark demonstration that the real meaning of contemporary "gun control" is "people control"-- always for vicious reasons and usually with deadly results.
If we keep in mind the principle "what is past is prologue", "No Guns for Negroes" can teach us what we all have to fear from "gun control", and why all of us should work together to rid our country of this scourge -- immediately, if not sooner. Edwin Vieira.
No Guns for Negroes dramatically portrays a little-known part of America's history. This is a powerful answer to "Why do we need guns in civilian hands today?" Larry Pratt, GOA
JPFO has put out some great 2nd Amendment documentaries that really, really ought to be shown in every school. And, they've hit yet another home-run with their latest film, showing that gun control is undeniably racist. The film is called "No Guns For Negroe's", and it's all about how gun control in America began as an attempt to disarm the free blacks following the civil war. It's a must-watch for you and everyone you know. Tim Schmidt, USCCA
Ralph W. Conner, Chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)-Chicago, and Donna Major, Boston Field Coordinator for Second Amendment Sisters, are our guides through this 20-minute video. I urge you to stop what you're doing, right now, and go watch it.
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with everyone in your sphere of influence -- friends, relatives, fellow gun owners -- and especially with people who may actually believe that all motives for "gun control" are pure and benign. David Codrea