TR 252 - When They Take Your Guns & Children
There are some very disturbing precedents that are inching disturbingly close to home.
Setting aside the brazen attack on the power grid and Trump’s alleged call to suspend the Constitution, let me ask you something:
What would you do?
What would you do if the government tried to take your children away from you?
If you don’t have kids at home, what would you do if you happened to witness somebody’s child being ripped from their arms by government agents?
Just imagine that for a moment. Imagine the adrenaline. Imagine the emotion.
Imagine the anguish, the anger, and the utter shock.
Sit with it for a second. What if it was you? What if it was someone you knew, someone you knew loved their children and took good care of them? What if you knew these children were being taken into government custody simply because their parents had defied a direct order? Would that make it okay?
The underlying premise here is that there may in fact be times when the government is justified in removing children from their parents, such as in abusive situations, or perhaps if the parents proved to be violent criminals. That is why we have agencies like CPS (Child Protective Services), which ostensibly save children from horrific situations that most of us would find unimaginable.
Of course, there are many parents who would point to this system as being a deeply flawed racket that amounts to little more than legalized abduction and profiteering by state funded psychiatrists and pharmaceutical companies.
Setting aside the debate of validity, consider that there is legal precedent to take children from their parents based on little more than an arbitrary state evaluation that can be initiated by little more than an anonymous complaint or concern. In other words, the process has long been established—and contested.
Now zoom out.
Never forget that the Great Reset is a global scheme. According to the global cabal, China is a role model for us all. Global governance means advancing the same agenda all around the world, subjugating national authorities to global authorities, rendering the idea of local authority irrelevant and obsolete. That is the game plan.
With this in mind, whenever we hear about something happening somewhere in the world, we would be wise to realize that what’s happening there—wherever “there” is—can also happen right here at home. And, as the cabal increasingly tightens its grip between now and the year 2030, it would be reasonable to expect there will be an increasing convergence in government responses around the globe.
We’ve just established that the government feels justified in taking children from their parents for vague and arbitrary reasons, have we not? That was in reference to our own federal and state level governments—but what might our government feel justified in doing , and what might they actually do, if they start taking cues from other governments from around the world?
Would the government start taking children away from the parents who openly protest corrupt elections? That’s what’s happening in Brazil right now.
Would the government start taking children away from parents who refuse to have their children to be infused with vaccinated blood? That’s what’s happening in New Zealand right now.
Would the government start taking children away from their parents if the parents refuse to have them vaccinated? That’s what’s happening right here at home:
Can parents lose custody of children if they don't get the COVID-19 vaccine?
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Vaccination refusal: ethics, individual rights, and the common good
It is clear that this issue has been being “legally tested” by the government for years. Parents have been jailed. Children have been taken away. Often, all it takes is making an example out of a few rebellious parents to scare the masses into compliance. But what is most disturbing is that they’ve been researching how to justify this abomination—taking children from their parents for refusing vaccinations—with “science” that subverts individual rights for the common good.
It is this research that has given rise to the language on current vaccine exemption forms that are being pumped out by the American Academy of Pediatrics and their ilk (think big pharma lobbyists and globalist NGOs with a eugenics agenda). Under the auspice of being “Dedicated to the Health of All Children,” this organization has set out to ensnare parents who refuse to vaccinate their children in a legal trap that has massive implications.
Look at the language on the intentionally daunting form:
“I know that failure to follow the recommendations about vaccination may endanger the health or life of my child and others with whom my child might come into contact. I therefore agree to tell all health care professionals in all settings what vaccines my child has not received because he or she may need to be isolated or may require immediate medical evaluation and tests that might not be necessary if my child had been vaccinated.”
Do you see what’s happening here?
Essentially, parents are signing a statement that “I know” this may endanger the health or life of my child. According to CPS, knowingly endangering the health or life of a child may be grounds for removing children from the home. Parents who sign this form also “agree” that their child may need to be isolated and evaluated at the whim of the state, for the sake of public health and safety.
None of this sits very well, but let’s circle back to the political aspect of this. Can the government take your children if you’re openly protesting the government? Why yes, yes they can. They’re doing it right now in Brazil, which demonstrates that it can be done. Now think about all the effort to make MAGA folks out to be radical extremists and domestic terrorists—should the government remove children from this sort of environment? You know someone will argue they should.
After all, tyranny is contagious.
Tyranny is contagious.
Which brings me to the guns.
In Oregon, people are flocking to gun stores to stock up on all things self-defense before a fresh set of restrictive government mandates take effect that make it much more difficult to protect one’s family and home from violent criminals.
In light of the current conversation, we should also ask the provocative question:
How well could a parent with a 10-round magazine defend himself and his children from government agents with assault rifles who burst through the door to whisk unvaccinated children into state custody?
Will that ever happen? Hopefully not. But could it? Well, just look at the precedent that’s being established all around the world and right here at home.
Crazier things have happened.
The stage is set. Whether it’s for political purposes, or in the name of public health and safety, the government believes it has the authority to take your children and your guns. If you want to know the path to firearm confiscation, look no further than our neighbors to the north. This article pretty much sums it up:
“Canada's government is coming for people’s firearms. There will be a mass gun confiscation program… [the] administration banned some 1,500 firearms with a freeze on handgun sales for the time being.
It’s estimated that some 150,000 legally registered firearms are scheduled to be seized by the government. The rash of new gun laws comes after the 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooter, which left 22 people dead.
What is happening in Oregon is not an anomaly. It’s an incremental encroachment on 2nd amendment rights as part of a systematic effort to disarm the population in order to forcefully subject the public to state sanctioned tyranny. And, as always, it’s being conducted under a seemingly benign campaign to keep people safe—you know, because it’s for the greater good.
They’re going to take your rights, because it’s for the greater good.
They’re going to take your guns, for the greater good.
They’ll try take your children, for the greater good.
The question is: How hard will you resist?
You know, for the great good?
Resist we must!
Remember, resistance is the spice of life. The future depends on us.
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