Even George Orwell, the man the left always props up, felt strongly about the necessity for an individual to keep their firearm(s): “That rifle on the wall of the laborer’s cottage or working class flat is the symbol of democracy. It is our job to see that it stays there.”

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Hat tip to Lucian Wintrich @ the Gateway Pundit for the quote.
thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/behind-various-anti-gun-movements-popping-parkland/
I’m convinced not a single one of those morons actually read 1984.
Here’s Orwell’s nightmare scenario in 1984

  • destruction of the family unit
  • Thought police (offensive thoughts / language is dangerous)
  • No privacy
  • No guns or any other means of defending yourself against the state
  • Powerful central government in which citizens are completely dependent upon
  • Dishonest Media / Propaganda
  • Anti – Tradition
  • Erasing Past History
  • Morph language to be as generic and inoffensive as possible
  • Equal outcome (socialism)
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Lmao it’s a f*cking joke. We ought to co-opt their claim that 1984 is anti-conservative and claim that reading 1984 ought to be mandatory curriculum in high school because Drumpf. If the book is properly read, Mass red-pilling would ensue.
h/t HamstersAreReal

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  1. The author is ignorant.
    Orwell had a rather mixed-stew of beliefs, and not all the components were things many would approve of today.
    He is quoted widely on specific matters, and on those matters he wrote eloquently and with a correctness most can accept.
    On the matter of Russia, for example, Orwell came to sound just like a McCarthyite.
    In sexual matters, the less said the better. He enjoyed buying young girl prostitutes on trips abroad and even begged his wife at one point if she would object to him enjoying one on their trip (the incident is in several biographies)
    An equivalent – although far more extreme and less inviting example of the same phenomenon – is Americans quoting Thomas Jefferson.
    Yes, he penned a few eloquent slogans, but he wrote and believed in things bordering on the ridiculous.
    And even the good things he wrote Jefferson ignored close to completely when he actually had power, both as President and as Governor of Virginia.
    He misused power and demonstrated hypocrisy and cowardice on a number of occasions.
    Jefferson’s sex life also was not something he would want to advertise.
    He started sleeping with Sally Hemmings when she was a 13 year-old girl, after his wife died. She was, of course, a slave child on his plantation.

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