Des Moines Register Editorial Calls for Killing Gun Owners

experts-agree-gun-control-worksMoonbattery – by Dave Blount

The right to bear arms isn’t required only to defend us from criminals. Above all, we need it to defend us from progressive statists — such as Stalin, Hitler, Mao, and folks who publish editorials in the Des Moines Register like Donald Kaul. Sandy Hook served as a pretext for the following homicidal bile:

“I would tie Mitch McConnell and John Boehner, our esteemed Republican leaders, to the back of a Chevy pickup truck and drag them around a parking lot until they saw the light on gun control,” he wrote. Is that a threatening James Byrd reference? “And if that didn’t work, I’d adopt radical measures,” he continued.

Kaul’s solution to gun violence is the equivalent of curing a headache with a guillotine:

“Repeal the Second Amendment, the part about guns anyway. [… Gibberish confirming that he doesn’t know what the word militiameans in the context of the Constitution. …] Owning a gun should be a privilege, not a right.

“Declare the NRA a terrorist organization and make membership illegal. … Make ownership of unlicensed assault rifles a felony. If some people refused to give up their guns, that ‘prying the guns from their cold, dead hands’ thing works for me.”

In other words, kill gun owners, because they are violent. That maniacs like Kaul have a tendency to acquire political power is all the reason you need to stock up on guns and ammo.

The Des Moines Register is owned by Gannett, which also owns the loathsome Journal News. The latter has enraged patriots with its name & shame strategy of publishing the names and addresses of gun owners in northern NYC suburbs. It isaggressively pressuring Putnam County officials in an attempt to acquire still more personal information for its intimidation jihad.

16 thoughts on “Des Moines Register Editorial Calls for Killing Gun Owners

  1. So they’re desperate enough to use one of their mouthpieces to publicly call for this crap?

    This just proves that they are loosing the war of ideas.

  2. No worries! Would someone duct tape Mr. Kaul to the front of his car and run it off the highest cliff possible and let’s hope the front end stays pointed all the way to the ground… Mr. Kaul…? Another zionist maybe? Go to hell as_hole.

  3. Mr. Kaul is not advocating, really, that he would kill or harm one of us. He’s doing what all of the progressive commie bastards do…advocating that some other armed thug do his dirty work for him. Mr. Kaul hasn’t the guts to do it himself. If he thinks he does, then I will gladly provide directions to my Kentucky abode and invite him to please come, himself, and do it. I believe he would find himself engaged in an interesting afternoon.

  4. Anyone know, does Mr. Kaul live in Michigan?
    @ Patrick Conway…. I was thinking the same thing. He’s not man enough to do the deed himself. I’d be more than happy to face him in my front yard, man to man.

  5. Steve in Iowa typed, ” I’d be more than happy to face him in my front yard, man to man.”

    The problem with your statement is obvious, Steve.

    Kaul isn’t much of a man.

    His type always hide behind the black vested thugs armed with machine guns that we all pay for. The Kauls of the world are cowards, traitors and agents of a foreign power, not necessarily a state power. the Kauls of the world aren’t remotely “men”.

    1. Thats what the rest of the citizens/family members in the neighborhood/’holler’/area are for, or should be for, and prepared for.

      You will NOT take the most effective means I have of protecting the very lives of me and my family. Not sitting down, you’re not. To hell with what any law or constitution says. I’m not against what the Constitution says, I’m just saying..when it comes to the survival and protection of the life of my family…nothing tell me I’m not gonna be able to do it as effectively as I can.
      That means, if you see a Winnebago coming at you thats full of dirty diapers and caught on fire…you might wanna go somewhere else.

      ~Blessed Be to all~

  6. You know, in the old days, if a person said something like this, he would be called out or dragged out by about a dozen or so men from the community with guns, beaten to a pulp and tied to a pole in front of the town square for all to see, along with a piece of cardboard taped in front of him saying, “I am a traitor” or “I betrayed my country” written on it, while the people throw tomatoes and spit on him as they pass by.

    Sigh!!…….I miss those days. The people were so much smarter back then…AND they actually read BOOKS, rather than watch TV.

    Yep, those were the days…….

  7. I live near Des Moines, get the paper and sometimes read Kaul’s column. He is basically a grenade thrower, generally negative and bitching about everything under the sun. I imagine he is happy to get all the national attention for his rant. I would classify him as a very bitter liberal hack.

  8. 28 12 2012: Moscow fell, for example, not from a lack of weapons to defend it, but from the lieing guile of the Reds. Ten thousand Reds took Moscow and were opposed only by some few hundreds of officer cadets and their instructors. Even then the battle was fierce and losses high. However, in the city alone, at that time, lived over 30,000 military officers (both active and retired), all with their own issued weapons and ammunition, plus tens of thousands of other citizens who were armed. The Soviets promised to leave them all alone if they did not intervene. They did not and for that were asked afterwards to come register themselves and their weapons: where they were promptly shot.
    The Fall of Moscow reference would have been for 1918.

    On the same tack, because the private central banking cartel financed Communism, there are two serious related anniversaries coming up this year;

    JFK assassinated 11/1963

    Federal Reserve founded 12/1913.

    More important than that Israel should not have the bomb as a reason for assassinating him was JFK having ordered five months earlier the issuing of the currency by Treasury, bypassing the Fed.

    Towards the end of this year the 50th anniversary will be linked in the minds of many to that 100th anniversary as an attempt by a third US President to be rid of the destructive influence the private central banking cartel issuing the public currency has on the social and economic wellbeing of the people.

    According to M Rivero there are people who held onto their Treasury issued notes as keepsakes since all the others had been withdrawn following the November 22 assassination.

  9. I wouldn’t give him the whole thing, but I’m sure I can spare what’s in the chamber, at least. (or most of it, anyway).

  10. The gungrabbers – most of whom are Jews – have been given a little glimpse into the impossibility of disarming the US citizenry with that letter addressed to Feinstein written by the Marine corporal.
    You see, the military is the only way that an enforced gun grab could take place (local cops wouldn’t dare screw with us), but if the military isn’t on the side of the control freaks, they lose.
    They’ve already lost this issue, the rest is just face saving & them hoping to get some type of compromise.
    Never, ever give them up!

    1. i think your wrong.
      ( i hope i’m wrong btw)

      they cant trust the army,
      BUT they can trust merc’s
      blackwater/XE(pronounced “Z” hmmm…..) has some 10-100,000 scumbags on it’s books.
      they will do anything to anyone for a paycheck.

      look at what they did in iraq, and notice how some of them where “cruising the streets” after hurricane catrina!

      forget all the old story’s of UN blue-helmets.
      that’s just soldiers – soldiers are mostly good people no matter what country they come from.

      it’s the “murderers for hire” you need to be watching for.

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