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If Europe had been disarmed prior to WWII as it is today…

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January 16, 2013 in Politics

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If the European countries had been disarmed, as they are today, what would have stopped the Third Reich from establishing total control of the entire region?

What would have stopped the Nazi’s from invading all of Europe, including Spain, Portugal, Italy as well as England, and her islands.

Today what would stop a Military power NATO, Russia, etc. from conquering the whole of the EU, With the exception of Switzerland, where every house must hide a machine gun in order to prevent an invading army from confiscating them. Their government perform an annual search of every home and the owner is must pay a fine if the police can find the citizens hidden machine guns?

Today the very few single and double load shot guns in Europe would not stand a chance against a unified invasion from the armed population of the middle east.

If the United States of America had been so disarmed during WWII, Japan would have invaded after Pearl Harbor. The US military did not prevent an assault on the mainland. The Only thing that prevented Japan’s attack on the continental US was the private firearms ownership of the public and the militias that would rise against any invading force; for Isoroku Yamaoto said, “There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.”

European nations are in a primed position to be conquered and are indeed being made dependent to a Reich of the unelected unconstitutional EU governance.

So will be a disarmed United States

Obama Presidential Memorandums, The White House; Office of the Press Secretary, For Immediate Release – the Night of January 16 2013

Presidential Memorandum — Tracing of Firearms in Connection with Criminal Investigations

Presidential Memorandum — Engaging in Public Health Research on the Causes and Prevention of Gun Violence

Presidential Memorandum – Improving Availability of Relevant Executive Branch Records to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System


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5 responses to If Europe had been disarmed prior to WWII as it is today…

  1. Not much would have been different in all honesty. Don’t forget the British used to send supplies to resistance groups in France and Scandinavia as a way of providing assistance for cells.

    Just as a side note. I live in Britain, if a theoretical invasion or police state started in earnest, I would not resort to fighting it head on, that’d be foolish. It’d would be about cutting power lines, destroying infrastructure and generally being a nuisance. This is the 21st Century. If you had a small group of people will rifles they would probably just call in a few Apache’s and then there is nowhere to hide. Much better to live and fight another day then to become a martyr.

    • I submit that there would have been no resistance in France without the ‘armed’ resistance of the French or Scandinavian’s. What arms were present among the populace allowed for resistance to be organized.

      I would always choose to have an armed population that can fight tyranny head on rather than a small group; but still rather the small group in the light light of day, declaring independence to such tyranny, than only nuisance warfare by night; yet better a nuisance of resistance by night than none at all.

      Private arms played a heavy role in WWII from Russia, to Poland, Africa and France. If this private arms resistance had been removed, I submit the numbers dead in ‘workcamps’ would have been ten times higher than they were.

      and that the UK would have been invaded.

      Read ‘Mila 18′ by Leon Uris

      • First off, how do you get to the figure of 10x the amount of people in workcamps?

        And secondly, the UK would not have been invaded because Operation Sealion was cancelled due to the ongoing Russian front which needed more men.

        By the way, I’m not against private gun ownership, I just think your education on history is abysmal.

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