Against universal background checks in sales of personal weapons in the United States of America


#1

US House has unconstitutionally, unlawfully and groundlessly passed legislation requiring universal background checks in sales of personal weapons in the United States of America, which is without legal effect from the date of passage.

In fact US states cannot require any registration or license from private US citizens engaging in buying or selling personal weapons - military knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic rifles, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable missile launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles and appropriate munitions and explosives – to private US citizens and residents, that is, for so called private sales of personal weapons, nor require that private US citizens engaging in buying or selling personal weapons - military knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic rifles, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable missile launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles and appropriate munitions and explosives – carry out background checks of private US citizens and residents to whom they sell their personal weapons, that is, for so called private sales of personal weapons.

In fact the words of the second amendment to the US constitution, recognizing the derivative natural right to a personal weapon and to keep and bear arms as a civil right, are clear:

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”

The second amendment to the US constitution recognizes and protects the derivative natural right to a personal weapon and to keep and bear arms of citizens of the United States, who keep and bear, buy, sell and transfer personal arms irrespective of purposes, that is, all arms and weapons that can be born by a man, including knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic weapons, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable rocket launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles, appropriate munitions and explosives. The second amendment to the US constitution does not apply to advanced weapons that cannot be born by a man, as tanks, military aircrafts and helicopters, warships. Such weapons are owned collectively by the American people and belong to US armed forces and the national guard of US states. The second amendment to the US constitution does not apply to chemical, biological and nuclear weapons of mass destruction: these weapons are owned solely by the US federal government. The second amendment to the US constitution prohibits requirement of any registration or license as a condition for exercise of the derivative natural right to a personal weapon and to keep and bear arms of citizens of the United States, who keep and bear, buy, sell and transfer personal arms irrespective of purposes, that is, all arms and weapons that can be born by a man, including knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic weapons, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable rocket launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles, appropriate munitions and explosives. Registration with the governments of US states can be required with regard to portable rocket launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles to allow an owner of a portable missile launcher, portable anti-aircraft missile, portable anti-tank missile, portable naval missile to be swiftly drafted into the national guard of a US state for the purposes of territorial defense of the territory of a US state. With regard to all other personal weapons, including automatic weapons and machine guns, no restrictions are constitutionally permissible, and any registration requirements are constitutionally prohibited.

US congress, subject to its legislative powers to regulate commerce among US states under article 1 section 8 of the US constitution, required from professional US arms dealers engaging in trade in arms and weapons across the borders of US states as their main economic activity registration with the US federal government and carry out background checks to verify at a database that a purchaser of a personal weapon is not convicted of a felony crime in the court of law of the state, criminal in character, and not criminalized political or civil conduct, and is not recognized by the court of law of the state as criminally insane, having committed a felony crime, criminal in character, and not criminalized political or civil conduct, as the above-mentioned persons were properly and wisely not recognized as US citizens when the US constitution was ratified, and which the above-mentioned professional US arms dealers can reasonably be expected to do successfully.

It is clear that the second amendment to the US constitution, the tenth amendment to the US constitution and the fourteenth amendment to the US constitution prohibit the US federal government and governments of US states from regulating, i.e. by requiring any registration or license and/or by compelling any background checks, sales of personal weapons - military knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic rifles, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable missile launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles and appropriate munitions and explosives - done by private US citizens to private US citizens and residents, that is, for so called private sales of personal weapons.

It is clear that private US citizens who sell personal weapons - military knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic rifles, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable missile launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles and appropriate munitions and explosives – to private US citizens and residents cannot be reasonably expected to prevent sales of personal weapons to criminals and criminally insane persons. Furthermore, any background check requirements for sales of personal weapons by private US citizens to private US citizens and residents, that is, for so called private sales of personal weapons, cannot reasonably be expected to prevent acquisition of the above-mentioned personal weapons by criminals and criminally insane persons, who get their personal weapons from black markets, which are continuously supplied with the above-mentioned personal weapons imported to the US territory or stolen from US owners, and therefore cannot reasonably be expected to decrease gun violence and increase public safety in the United States of America, the intended purpose of unconstitutional, unlawful and groundless legislation to require universal background checks in sales of personal weapons in the United States of America.

In fact it has been proven statistically, beyond reasonable doubt, by American classical scientists, including American classical researcher John Lott, that more personal weapons owned by US citizens and residents leads to fewer crimes committed over time, and, in consequence, to less gun violence and increased public safety in the United States of America, hence sales of personal weapons - military knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic rifles, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable missile launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles and appropriate munitions and explosives - done by private US citizens to private US citizens and residents, that is, so called private sales of personal weapons, in fact, decrease gun violence and increase public safety in the United States of America.

The restriction upon exercise of a constitutional right of US citizens may be permitted if done to advance objective and compelling state interest of the United States of America, employing necessary and the least restrictive means, reasonably expected to achieve its intended purpose, provided a constitutional right of US citizens is preserved and the exercise of a constitutional right of US citizens is not significantly burdened thereby.

In fact, unconstitutional, unlawful and groundless legislation to require universal background checks in sales of personal weapons in the United States of America seeks to establish unconstitutional, unlawful and groundless restrictions upon the derivative natural right to a personal weapon and to keep and bear arms of US citizens and residents, recognized and protected in the second amendment to the US constitution, in particular, unconstitutionally, unlawfully and groundlessly seeking to regulate, i.e. by requiring any registration or license and/or by compelling any background checks, sales of personal weapons done by private US citizens to private US citizens and residents, that is, for so called private sales of personal weapons, is without legal effect from the date of passage, as unconstitutional, unlawful and groundless legislation to require universal background checks in sales of personal weapons in the United States of America does not advance any objective and compelling state interest of the United States of America, and its intended means are not necessary and are not the least restrictive means, available to achieve its intended purpose to decrease gun violence and to increase public safety in the United States of America, and cannot be reasonably expected to achieve its intended purpose to decrease gun violence and to increase public safety in the United States of America, as demonstrated above.

It is lawful for private US citizens to own, carry, buy, sell, transfer, personal weapons - military knives, handguns, semi-automatic and automatic rifles, machine guns, grenades, portable grenade launchers, portable missile launchers, portable anti-aircraft missiles, portable anti-tank missiles, portable naval missiles and appropriate munitions and explosives – to private US citizens and residents, in accordance with the derivative natural right to a personal weapon and to keep and bear arms of US citizens and residents, recognized and confirmed in the second amendment to the US constitution, bearing neither legal nor moral responsibility for this.

Jointly with the US national rifle association, US nationalists, patriots, republicans, conservatives, fundamentalists and White men and women, shall contact their respective US senators, asking their respective US senators to resolutely reject unconstitutional, unlawful and groundless legislation requiring universal background checks in sales of personal weapons in the United States of America. Additionally, US nationalists, patriots, republicans, conservatives, fundamentalists and White men and women shall contact US president Donald Trump, asking him to veto, if necessary, unconstitutional, unlawful and groundless legislation requiring universal background checks in sales of personal weapons in the United States of America.


#2

And oh so suddenly you seem like there might be a tinge of racial motivation behind your post…


#3

I am White (Syrian) European American nationalist and proud of who I am.


#4

Well, at least we know where you stand.

Being Syrian, doesnt it make you sad that, no matter how white you may appear or how white you may actually be in reality, to many of your white nationalist comrades you are still little more than just another African immigrant?

Sad.


#5

Patriotism is fantastic. Nationalism is a plague against reason and truth. Read George Orwell’s Notes on Nationalism and you’ll see my point.

Nationalism is a utopian ideal which not only justifies, but encourages violence against innocents. Nationalism divides humanity, and while it provides temporary stability, it also holds us back. Isolation and Imperialism are both encouraged by nationalism. One causes stagnation, the other causes suffering. International cooperation is the only thing capable of improving the human condition in the long term and as a whole.