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cerebralzero:

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semper-spes-est:

againstpower:

Inspiring! Open carry demonstrators protest police violence in Dallas. Members of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club march through the streets of South Dallas in protest of police violence in their community. I am sure liberals would accuse these folks of being white racists. Always remember, gun control is racist.

Spread the word! #BlackOpenCarry

That’ll help.

It helped in Nevada. The BLM backed down because all of America was watching to see who would slip up first. Rather than bringing in riot police against armed protestors in Nevada, the Federal government instead backed off.

That may not always be the case, but when your civil liberties are on the line, peaceful disobedience is necessary if it means the protection of your community and everyone’s rights.

I can’t even express how happy these images make me.

I love seeing people stand up for themselves. More power to them.

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not-dende asked:

Your display picture! She is one of my heroes

gunsknivesgear answered:

Roza Shanina was one of the greatest snipers in history, male or female, with at least 59 confirmed kills, obtained within a single year.  A Russian from Arkhangelsk, she fought on the Eastern Front against the German Army.  As is typical of snipers records, the true number of enemy soldiers killed is probably much greater, as to confirm a kill a spotter or other witness had to be present, which was often not the case.

In 1944, during the heavy fighting around Vitebsk, she killed her first Nazi. She was just 19 years old.   According to Roza, her legs gave way upon that first encounter and she slid down into the trench, saying, “I’ve killed a man.” Seven months later, Shanina wrote in her diary that she was now killing the enemy in cold blood and saw the meaning of her life in her actions.  

She was killed in action on 28 January 1945, while attempting to shield a wounded artillery officer from incoming fire. She was 20 years old.

It’s a shame a big Hollywood movie hasn’t been made about her yet. She deserves to be remembered. Her life was the stuff of legend.  

long-range-vepr:

She was a BAMF

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I see people saying “How can this happen? Isn’t this America?”

celluloidsheep:

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Well, yes. This IS America.

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(US Army attacks homeless veterans protesting in Washington, DC in 1932)

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1960s Birmingham, Alabama

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1970 attack on unarmed student protesters at Kent State University

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Police action at peaceful UC Davis Occupy protest 

Let’s not pretend like the police actions taken this week are anything new. It’s just the most recent manifestation of a problem America has had for a very long time.