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The Red Flag Council

JPFO – by L. Neil Smith

In America, the highest law of the land consists of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, commonly known as Bill of Rights.

Unlike the remainder of the Constitution (which merely serves as an “operating system” for the government), The Bill of Rights is the exclusive property of the American people, their guarantee of liberty, and the essential condition, historically, on which the rest of the Constitution was ratified. 

The Bill of Rights is not simply a laundry list of things that government generously allows its humble subjects to do. (Go to Canada, if that’s the kind of society you prefer, go to disarmed and prostrate Australia) It is a list of things that government is absolutely forbidden to do by the people, who were meant own and control it. A far better name for it would have been the “Bill of Limits”.

As such, the Bill of Rights was never intended by its authors to be readable and understandable, only by so-called or self-appointed elite “experts” but by everyday citizens. Its mandates are not to be trivialized or interpreted away by judges, courts, lawyers, or collectivist legal “scholars”, whose real interest lies in controlling individual lives by naked, brute force, if necessary.

Ordinary Americans are entitled to express any opinion they wish, a right guaranteed to them under the First Amendment. Politicians, political appointees (bureaucrats), and police officers gave up that right when they took an Oath of Office — required by law — to uphold and defend the Constitution.

Accordingly, any politico, bureaucrat, or cop who attempts to nullify or suspend any part of the Bill of Rights in any way is a criminal, having (A) committed perjury when he took his Oath of Office, (B) for disregarding the civil rights provisions of Title 18 of the U,S. Code, Sections 241 and 242, and (C) having engaged in what amounts to an act of “Rebellion against the Constitution”, forbidden under the Fourteenth Amendment.

An additional crime, (D) is to be found in the Bill of Rights, itself, specifically, in the Second Amendment, which asserts (written and duly-ratified laws are allowed to do that) “the right of the people to keep and bear arms” (which, in 18th century terminology simply means, “the right of the individual to own and carry weapons”) is ‘”necessary for the security of a free state”) That means clearly that any politician, bureaucrat, or cop who tries to take weapons away from Americans is endangering the security of a free state and is therefore guilty of treason.

Which famously calls — strictly under due process of law, mind you — for an especially severe punishment, involving a length of rope and a drop through a trapdoor. Talk about being “de-platformed”.

It brings a whole new meaning to the expression “swingers”.

And to “hanging judge, as well.

Now you may well wonder (I actually pretend I can hear you asking) why these laws have not been energetically enforced and these penalties have not been properly meted out. It’s simply because the criminals themselves have been in charge of the law, and for a long, long time. If they hadn’t, just to point out a single example, Wyatt Earp, and his pack of brothers, far from any kind of heroes, would have been among the first trapdoor dropees, for having forcibly created the first “gun-free zone” in Dodge City, Kansas. The man himself was beyond corrupt: a crook, a whore-monger. a thug, an apologist for Lincoln Administration brutalities, and was continuing a vendetta against impoverished former Confederates out west.

But as usual, I have digressed.

Now the security of our free state is threatened with “red flag” laws, a simple-minded, evil scheme to circumvent the Second Amendment entirely, and cut it out of the Constitution, and use corrupt judges and the police to forcibly strip everyone of their means of personal and national defense. It cannot stand.

Clearly Congress, the various state legislatures, and the egregiously mislabeled “justice system” are not up to doing the right thing in this regard. If they were, every capitol building in the nation would be filled with empty seats, rather than empty suits. That’s why I’m proposing — and with extreme reluctance, believe me — an organization to “provide new guards for [our] future security.

The “Red Flag Council” will be a national group, a step beyond the National Rifle Association or the Second Amendment Foundation, or even Gun Owners of America or my _Alma Mater_, Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, that publicly lists politicians, bureaucrats, and police by name (not the same as “doxing” them), all those who have taken an Oath of Office, to “uphold and defend” the Constitution — and betrayed it. The Red Flag Council will relentlessly work toward their prosecution. With an eye toward the future, it would be wise to track candidates, and their views on Constitutional rights, as well.

The “Red Flag Council”. American colonists won their Revolution thanks largely to the clunky, short-range “Brown Bess”, a bit of a blunderbuss, with which the Crown was accustomed to enforcing its Imperial will. By comparison, significant elements among the rebels were equipped with “assault rifles” their own, personal, deadly flintlock rifles, which were ray-guns, phasers, by comparison. We were better-armed than the bad-guys were, which is exactly how the Founding Fathers wanted it to remain, forever. The high-capacity semiautomatic weapons we enjoy today, are simply our flintlocks.

The “Red Flag Council”. English lawyers and judges wear white wigs for the same reason that rattlesnakes have rattles. If there had been any red flag laws back then, I’d be writing this now, with a British accent. As it is, the fight began with an attempt by 1200 redcoats (which ended for them in a humiliating rout) to confiscate private weaponry at Lexington and Concord. They should have known better — I’ll bet a lot of them did.

The “Red Flag Council”. The whole idea, since then, has been that civilians ought to be at least as well-armed as the military. Maybe even better. Setting Wyatt Earp aside, the first large-scale infringement of the individual right to own and carry weapons was in the 1930s. It was disguised as anti-gangster legislation because it was an unconstitutional power-grab, enacted because Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his communist pals were wetting their panties, afraid of a coup, which very nearly happened. (Look it up.)

The “Red Flag Council”. Since then the government and the insatiably greedy left have ridden roughshod over rights that were supposed to have been guaranteed to us, and the right wing has started to join them. It is no coincidence that the resident parasites in politics who want to steal as much of what we’ve earned from us as they can, also demand that we be forced (somehow) to give up what my friend the late Aaron Zelman used to call our “liberty teeth”.

The “Red Flag Council”. If you want to help us in some way, let us know. We could use your assistance to help keep this a free country. Having striven against the Dark Side since 1968, I’m absolutely determined that, now it’s going to cost them something, at long last. There are at least a hundred million gun owners in America. I can’t think of a single Democrat who deserves to occupy anything but a jail cell. And if we gun owners stay home next November, because our “own” side took us for granted (the way Democrats do black people) and failed to adequately defend our rights, no Republican will ever hold office again.

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Award-winning novelist and essayist L. Neil Smith is a retired gunsmith, Publisher and Senior Columnist of L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise and the author of over thirty books. Look him up on Google, Wikipedia, and Amazon.com. He is available, at professional rates, to write columns, articles, and speeches for your organization, event, or publication, fiercely defending your rights, as he has done since the mid-1960s. His writings (and e-mail address) may also be found at L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise, at JPFO.org or at https://www.patreon.com/lneilsmith, to which you can contribute, directly. His many books and those of other pro-gun libertarians may be found (and ordered) at L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE “Free Radical Book Store” The preceeding essay was originally prepared for and appeared in L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE. If you like what you’ve seen and want to see more, he says, “Don’t applaud, throw money.”

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7 Responses to The Red Flag Council

  1. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “A far better name for it would have been the “Bill of Limits”.”

    The “Bill of ABSOLUTE limits”.

    “Its mandates are not to be trivialized or interpreted away by judges, courts, lawyers, or collectivist legal “scholars”, whose real interest lies in controlling individual lives by naked, brute force, if necessary.”

    Unfortunately, we’ve already reached that point.

    “Accordingly, any politico, bureaucrat, or cop who attempts to nullify or suspend any part of the Bill of Rights in any way is a criminal,…”

    The pigs are ALREADY criminals, merely by virtue of the fact that their existence is expressly FORBIDDEN by the BoR.

    The others you mentioned are traitors.

    “I can’t think of a single Democrat who deserves to occupy anything but a jail cell. And if we gun owners stay home next November, because our “own” side took us for granted (the way Democrats do black people) and failed to adequately defend our rights, no Republican will ever hold office again.”

    F$&K ME!!! ARE YOU TALKING THAT VOTING SH#T AGAIN, MORON?????

    WHAT A WASTE OF MY TIME… TOTALLY BULLSH#T & INADEQUATE CONCLUSION TO THIS ARTICLE!!!!!

    F$&KING IDIOT!!!!! 😡

  2. Martist says:

    Who the hell does jpfo thinks is ORCHESTRATING this debacle is what I wanna know?!

    Cripes, they’ve even got a “lawyer to lawyer” podcast, like THAT is a thing they think they’re going to use to any advantage? Maybe for THEMSELVES, but US goyim aren’t included in their little tribal councils, and their legalese is what they’ve used to march US down this road.

    Judges, lawyers and pigs are ALL joo owned and they were installed/created in the first place to do EXACTLY what they have been doing.

    As far as our “personal and national defense”, you’ve conveniently overlooked THE reason the Second ARTICLE was created. It wasn’t created only to personally defend ourselves and the nation, it was primarily to DEFEND OURSELVES FROM THE GOVERNMENT, but he seems keen on reinstating the same G’d brand of traitors:(“That’s why I’m proposing — and with extreme reluctance, believe me — an organization to “provide new guards for [our] future security.”)

    Like WE would REPEAT the same F’g mistake AGAIN? WE are responsible for our safety and security as YOU are not to be trusted with such an important role.

    “We were better-armed than the bad-guys were, which is exactly how the Founding Fathers wanted it to remain, forever. The high-capacity semiautomatic weapons we enjoy today, are simply our flintlocks.”

    WTF is a “high capacity” weapon and why are WE relegated to semiautomatic and you tout them as if WE have the upper hand while clearly being disarmed to a restricted level of firepower?

    Statist joo double-speak complete with forked tongue.

  3. somethinghappeninghere says:

    The Bill of Rights has ARTICLES, not Amendments. And is JPFO only for their own ownership of firearms, or for us goyim as well? I do not trust this group to truly back firearms ownership for all Americans.

  4. Jim Smith says:

    An interesting concept, and certainly topical given the current anti-2nd Amendment hysteria and calls for dangerously unconstitutional “red flag” laws. In New Hampshire the NH Liberty Alliance already has a list of state representatives that are graded, including the lowest, which is “CT” (Constitutional Threat).

  5. Enemy of the State says:

    For those who do not understand the meaning of “Rights” , we need to make it clear once and for all :

    The 2nd Amendment (article) does not apply to semi-auto rifles , nor does it apply to bolt action Rifles or pistols, revolvers etc.. the 2nd RESTRICTS GOVERNMENT! ( period)
    The technology of firearms is irrelevant.

    The RESTRICTIONS ON GOVERNMENT remain the same , regardless of the firearm,
    the 2nd was not written to grant permission for us to own and bear arms.. It forbids government interference in the right to keep and bear arms , period.

    “The right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed” ( pretty fcking self explanatory wouldn’t you say?)

    This principal also applies to all of the other “Rights” they are not granted, they stipulate inherent rights the government may not prohibit

    Red Flag my Rights and see if you make it home to your so called family , because at that point you have violated every one of my rights and I’m going to take that very personally , and more then likely fight as hard as i can to be sure you get burred along with me

  6. Norm says:

    Red Flag Council, gfy Smith…!

    Sounds like someone wants to get on the 501C3 scam and start soliciting “support” whoops I mean money…!

    All we need is the willingness to start enforcing our BORCLA…!!

    We don’t need anymore BS named Red anything.

    Let them come….the results will be in the history that will be created by those who actually engage this enemy and resist and rebel…!

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