(in)appropriate uprising? 

I'm not from the US.
I dislike guns profusely but in some ways I believe in the 2nd Ammendment.

My interpretation is that it was clearly _not_ the right to shoot each other generally.

Rather, it's the right to form resistance (triumphance?) groups to go up against and remove inappropriate governance.

Perhaps should lead an uprising.

Consider - even if he wins, they'll bury him in paperwork or kill him.

*rubs eyes* Good morning...

(in)appropriate uprising? 

@msaunders I'm not from the US either, but I expect that trying to oppose USG militarily in the manner that the Panthers and some other groups tried to do in the past would be a losing strategy. If anything, USG has much more internal oppression capability now than it had in the 1960s.

(in)appropriate uprising? 

@msaunders its a subject to think about. But initial reaction is that the US state has overwhelmingly power of repression that it can escalate. An example of this outcome how to get a different outcome?

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