Sheriff: Gun laws not a priority

Won’t go out of his way to bust violators

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I am disappointed in Sheriff Hilkey’s response to the issue of Colorado’s constitutionally and economically illiterate Utopian Democrats’ new unconstitutional guns laws. Being an obviously intelligent fellow (and an astute politician), he said the absolute bare minimum designed to mollify Mesa County’s pro-2nd-Amendment crowd. I (and I’m sure many other Mesa County citizens) would have much preferred that he would have taken a more John-Cooke-Terry-Maketa-like position.
This is not a complicated issue. Nobody is saying that the constitutional right to bear arms means that citizens should be able to own Apache helicopters with 30mm chain guns and 70mm Hellfire missiles. Those are for the military.
What we are talking about is century-old hand-held semi-automatic technology and “slippery slopes”.
What with the global debt-as-money oligarchs (arch criminals) simply openly stealing money out of bank accounts in Cyprus — money on which the taxes had already been paid, and which clearly belonged to the bank account holders — for all but the constitutionally and economically illiterate lovers of unsustainable Big-Brother One-Ring government “freebies”, the hand writing on the wall should be easy to see. Cyprus is a Beta test for the rest of the world, and most specifically the United States where the citizens have guns and there is a rifle behind every blade of grass.
So the real issue is law enforcement and the military choosing up sides and taking a bright line constitutional position as to exactly how far the citizenry is willing to allow criminal government to go in its sick and evil financial marauding. Numerous famous people, such as Judge Jeanine Pirro, have said it’s none of the government’s business how many bullets they need in their magazines to defend themselves with in an emergency. I agree completely.
Regarding slippery slopes, if debt-as-money Nazis can steal $1 from one person’s bank account, they can steal everything from everybody’s bank accounts. Only nihilistic and evil Goebbelsian propagandists use the moral and intellectual frauds of “assault weapons” and “making our children safe” to skirt important moral and constitutional issues. It is impossible for children to be safe in a society where the U.S.Constitution and rule of law are already dead and self-defense is under serious attack.
A people has to be disarmed before the global debt-as-money Nazis can use police and military to enforce the “legal” seizure of their assets. I would hope that the “conservative” citizens of Mesa County could elect a sheriff who was more clear about his oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution than Sheriff Stan Hilkey.
Ask the Cypriots what they think these days!

Sheriff Hilkey said: “After all, ‘public safety’ is a statutory requirement of the office of sheriff.” On it’s face, that statement is true. But from a political point of view, it’s too clever by half.
“Public safety” doesn’t mean or include suppressing the morally justifiable violent outrage of citizens against debt-as-money-oligarchs-controlled criminal governments stealing their bank accounts. “National security” doesn’t mean that criminal governments get to operate in secret with their crimes “sealed” by criminal judges or otherwise hidden. Or that America’s citizens don’t even get to know which specific individuals own and control the debt-as-money New York “Federal” Reserve Bank (the flag ship of the “Federal” Reserve System) which is no more “federal” than Federal Express.
It seems as though Sheriff Hilkey needs to be reminded of Voltaire’s famous admonition: “Define your terms if you wish to converse with me.”

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