Remember, Anons, teabaggers, and geeks (oh my): An ennabler tells you you cannot do it right without them. A Fascist tells you you may not do it for yourself.
So look what the anarchist-Libertarian law student cooked up. Via Adam vs. the Man:
Texas UT second-year law student and American nouvel-hero/villain Cody Wilson is a pioneer in the field of 3d-printer technology. His specialty is figuring out how to make the appropriate software and machines for printing guns out of plastic. Naturally, the government’s Eye of Sauron has seen him, and will continue to meddle in his production process as it tries to regulate him to death. So while he finds investors for his fledgling company Defense Distributed — “home of the WikiWeapon project” – you can just go to Defcad.org to see what info all the WikiWeapon supporters and gun fans are sharing so far. And yes — 3d-printed guns work.
Your government will let you have cars, knives, booze, poison darts, dangerous pharmaceutical cocktails, and all manner of things that can kill other people, even lots of them in a crowd at once.
Your government doesn’t want you to have that thing which allows you to overthrow it.
If you gathered around your state capitols with knives and sticks and cocktails, they’d laugh at you and pepper-spray you into the back of a paddy wagon. Just ask #Occupy.
Your malformed behemoth of a government wants the military to have weapons — enough firepower to protect its own interests here and plunders overseas. And to threaten anyone who stands in the way of the bottom line — even regular Americans whose lives those interests ruined. Just ask me and everyone else in the Gulf Coast oil spill in 2010 who watched our Coast Guard patrolling the bayous with BP executives and Halliburton higher-ups on rented boats … brandishing those guns at journalists and fishermen hugging the shore.
Over the roar of the Corexit planes and BP-fueled Humvees, in that military invasion on domestic soil by a foreign corporation using American troops, while those Coast Guard men pointed their semi-automatic guns with high-capacity clips “near” us regular jackoffs trying to clean up the spot … I literally heard my Navy-career grandfather rolling in his grave.
C’est all irrelevant now. Thank you, 3-D printing technology, for forcing us to confront the issues behind the bangsticks.
Ready, boomers? Open-source world coming up. When everyone has access to guns, it’s time to teach people about guns, rather than to fear guns.
Yes, I also had to look up The Law by Frederic Bastitat. It’s a seemingly classical Libertarian book about how “legal plunder” in the form of corporate-backed government is the holdup to truly free-market function.
The Constitution doesn’t say anything about hunting or video games. It gives guidelines about how to obtain true freedom with the walking softly and the carrying of a big stick.
Here’s a quote from another fictional cautionary tale about Fascism, and pigs, related to the Dianne Feinstein clip below, filmed in 1995:
“I know the urge to arm yourself, because that’s what I did. I was trained in firearms, I walked to the hospital when my husband was sick, I carried a concealed weapon. I made the determination that if somebody was going to try to take me out, I was going to take them with me.” – Dianne Feinstein, 1995