Who Needs Gun Control When Government Can Just Disable Your Gun? Part 2
January 24, 2013 in Guns
Now is the Time to Stop Smart Guns
Julie Beal, Contributor
Activist Post, January 24, 2013
“Sometimes it feels like I’m talking to a brick wall – last week, I raised the alarm on the growth of the smart gun movement , and how they would lead to microchip implants.
Then Obama issued his ‘executive orders’, or rather, made a speech about guns, including measures that could further the introduction of these ‘personalized’ weapons. The mainstream has also been reporting on this issue, so I’m mystified as to why there is still no real reaction: the focus of gun rights advocates remains on the mental ‘health’ aspect.
So excuse me for shouting, but it’s high time to:
DEMAND A PLAN TO STOP SMART GUNS BECAUSE:
THEY CAN BE REMOTELY DISABLED
THEY WOULD LEAD TO MICROCHIP IMPLANTS
DUMB GUNS ARE SET TO BECOME ILLEGAL AS THEY WILL BE DEEMED UNSAFE
I am a UK researcher; people here rarely talk about guns, and it’s uncommon to see them being used or carried. However, I’m trying to inform people about smart guns because I’m opposed to all of the programs which require implantation with a microchip for security reasons, and because the police and military have an alarming array of awful weapons to use against us.
In the UK, The Telegraph just reported that Google wants people to use a ring to have a single online sign-in (this is identity management):
…. In a research paper, two security experts at the web giant have outlined a future in which the main way of guaranteeing we are who we say we are online will be possession of a physical token, perhaps embedded in smartphones or even jewelery.
They have added to growing claims that passwords are both inherently insecure and increasingly impractical.
We’d like your smartphone or smartcard-embedded finger ring to authorize a new computer via a tap on the computer, even in situations in which your phone might be without cellular connectivity, the Googlers wrote.
I also believe that the proposed large-scale manufacture of smart guns should be dominating the gun control debate in America, because they seem set to be regulated as a consumer product, which must therefore have safety features – so ALL guns would need to conform. This would enable ‘wide area control’, meaning any gun could be remotely disabled. When the authorities decide they don’t want you to use your gun, they can just switch it off. The White House is now poised to act, and the guns are ready to go into production. The next move is to get the approval of Congress – probably legislation to bring guns (and/or safety mechanisms) under the Consumer Product Safety Act. The issue needs a good public airing well before that. Especially since ‘Anonymous’ put out a video inciting Americans to fight their government:
American people have decided to openly declare war on the United States government. This is a call to arms. We call upon the Citizens of the United States to stand beside us in overthrowing this corrupted body and call upon a new era.
Rising up with guns is a surefire way to convince Congress to legislate the manufacture of ‘safe’ guns. A color revolution for the smart world order, for which the table has already been laid.”
The article goes on and there are many videos. Check it out!