Guns are tools.
Guns are weapons.
We — the White race — invented them.
We need to use them more, and we need to use them against the right enemy.
Gen. George Patton, maybe the greatest true American general, said this right after the end of World War 2 in Europe: We killed the “wrong enemy.” He saw what was going on in defeated Germany and the region, and it was disgusting and “semitic,” he said. Yes, the reality of jewry was on full display, and it made General Patton puke and woke him up to the jew infestation of the military high command and the U.S. government. He wrote to his wife and he told his peers and friends that he would return to the USA, get out of the military, and inform the people! Likely, he could have been the next president in a landslide. Thus, jewry assassinated him there in Europe before he could return home. (Link to a full article on Patton, the major movie, and great links to sources.)
Right here and right now, we need to be killing that right and true enemy — jewry. Yes, jews. They’re a race, not a religion. They’re a race of mongrel DNA — a mangey mix of all races — the core of which they solidified by normal racial inbreeding at least 2,000 years ago. Israel’s test for automatic citizenship is by race, not religion. The jews are the enemy of humanity. Read portions of their secret racial rule book, The Talmud, and see for yourself. Big parts of that huge and most hateful book taught by rabbis only to fellow jews have been transcribed into English and are freely available on the World Wide Web. (Here, and here, are two. Get just a group of amazing excerpts here.)
How to kill jews? Guns provide us the easiest way. Other ways include “accidenting” them, stabbing them, injecting them with poisons, and using any other weapon or way you can think of. As always, I say do it covertly and tell no one. (Previous articles of advice are linked at the bottom of this site.)
If you read gun magazines, it is interesting to note some aspects of what those magazines — ALL owned by jews — say and do not say. I’m talking about the magazines such as those by the NRA, and such titles as “American Handgunner,” and “Guns&Ammo,” and so many more that you see in supermarkets, bookstores, etc.
One aspect: About revolvers, they never point out that if you use a revolver, you don’t have to concern yourself with picking up your brass. Common pistols are semi-automatics that spew out the brass — the empty casings — with each shot. Those empties are evidence that might be used against the shooter. Generally, the only evidence we care to leave at the scene of a heroic event is the bullet inside the invader. In this way, revolvers are better than semi-automatics.
How to get guns anonymously
If you have a family member or friend you totally trust, you might get each gun through that person. Those guns should have been purchased by that person through private transactions so that there will be no federal paper trail that leads directly to that person just one step from you.
That said, many of our heroes have no one to totally trust or don’t want to put the trusted person in this particular position. In this case, perhaps the best way to get guns is by using a website such as armslist.com. The way it works is that you look online at the guns for sale in your state, and when you see one on which you want to make an offer, you click on the button to send a message to that particular seller. In that message you send, you either provide an email address or a phone number for the seller to use to contact you. The followup contact then settles the price and the meeting time and place for the purchase.
Is this anonymous? Not quite, but it may be good enough. It depends on whether the online system keeps copies of the original message(s), and how anonymous your email address is, and how much true info you give to the seller. In the end, you meet the seller face to face, preferably not giving the seller anything more than your first name (maybe not your real name) and cash. If the seller asks questions you don’t like, then you say you want respect for privacy. Any problem there should spur you to immediately drop that seller and seek another.
I invite readers to contribute advice and other comments on this subject and related subjects. Also, I will probably soon add pieces to this article. Topic examples we may want to discuss: the buying of ammo; how long to keep each gun, and where to keep each gun. Et cetera.