Post Orlando Gun Hysteria

In the little over a week since the event at an Orlando nightclub for sexual deviants, there has been a renewed pushed for Federal gun control. Head of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, has recently stated that gun control is now part of “homeland security”. Not according to the Founders, who desired a well-armed populace to serve as a citizen militia.

Hillary Clinton has spoken out against citizens owning “weapons of war”. Donald Trump initially commented that people secretly and arbitrarily placed on the so-called Federal terror watch list should not be allowed to buy guns, but the NRA (which has millions of members and formally endorsed his presidential bid last month) apparently convinced him to back off from that position to their own. Faux News has expressed outrage over Mateen’s ability to buy a Sig Sauer MCX, which is  basically  a gas piston driven variation of the AR-15 design.

One of the most bizarre antigun columns that I came across was Gresh Kuntzman’s June 15th online New York Daily news article titled What is it like to fire an AR-15? It’s horrifying, menacing and very very loud. Apparently, this Jew boy went to a gun range that would talk gun control and let him fire an AR-15. This was just a tad to manly for him, as poor little Gresh reported that the AR-15 “felt to me like a bazooka”, “bruised my shoulder”, “disoriented me”, “made me sick”, and “gave me a temporary form of PTSD”. He seriously wrote that about himself on a major mainstream news site!

Now that you are done laughing, let me take apart those ridiculous claims of poor little Kuntzman. The M16, the selective fire parent of the semi-auto AR-15, was designed to fire 5.56mm NATO ammunition, which is almost identical to the civilian .223 Remington cartridge.

The .223 is popular for varmint hunting, and is rarely used on deer. I have personally fired multiple AR variants over the years. The AR-15 has much less recoil than a 12 gauge shotgun, which is found in almost every house in rural America

The AR-15 and its .223 cartridge is more powerful than a pistol, but noticeably less powerful (and lower recoiling) than WWII era military rifles and most common deer hunting rifles. The AR was designed to be, and is known to be, a very light recoiling rifle; this was to give an infantrymen with a select fire M16 reasonable control on the full auto setting. I will not waste space here commenting on his bizarre and effeminate claims of sickness, disorientation, and PTSD.

I was a little surprised that Kuntzman would post such a degrading, effeminate article about himself on the website of a major newspaper -or anywhere else for that matter. I briefly wondered if he could have made up the bizarre claims in his article to scare people who are unfamiliar with guns, but that would still leave him looking ridiculous to anyone reasonably informed.

Perhaps Kuntzman is that weak, effeminate, and psychologically delicate that firing the little AR-15 did disturb him. Maybe most men, or at least most urban men, have degraded to the point that they think more like women than men.

Kuntzman’s reaction to the little AR was rather humorous, and an insight into the effeminate, urbanized mindset of those who would trash our Constitution. Maybe men who think like Kuntzman should all go live in NYC, or better yet, Tel Aviv. America would not miss them.

Copyright (c) 2016 by Joseph Charles Putnam of Orange County, Indiana. All rights reserved.

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Author: Joe Putnam

I am a Christian (Reformed/Sovereign Grace Baptist type), white American of Western European bloodline, advocate of an agrarian social order, Kinist, White Nationalist, admirer of America’s Founding Fathers and the Boys in Gray, homesteader, indie published author, and amateur historian. I have indie published several books, all of which are available from Amazon. My Amazon author page may be view at this link: https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-Charles-Putnam/e/B00CRLUO6A/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 I am a life long resident of rural Orange County, IN –in the part of the Upper South that many would term Greater Appalachia or the Dixie Frontier. In addition to my blog writings, I am currently gearing up for (at least) two more book projects –one theological and one historical. The theological one will cover the three interpretational views of Daniel’s 70th Week. I hope to have this book in print in late summer 2017. (Hint: I am, not a Dispensational Futurist). The historical book will be a biography of George Rogers Clark (1752-1818). Clark was a noted Virginia militia officer who’s campaigns, including his successful siege of Vincennes, basically took the Old Northwest from Britain during the American Revolution. Clark spent the rest of his life around the river that separates Clarksville, IN from Louisville, Kentucky. I hope to have my Clark bio in print in early 2018.

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