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 #BernieSanders should lead an uprising.
Consider - even if he wins, they'll bury him in paperwork or kill him.
*rubs eyes* Good morning...
@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.
@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 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_Party how to get a different outcome?
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