Chuck Frank


As many governments in the world are forcing the common people to give up more and more of their rights of privacy but also their rights to defend themselves from either home invasions, those enemies abroad or those enemies of the state that are from within, then one must ask the question, which is the lesser of two evils when it comes to allowing the citizenry to have guns or allowing only the government to have guns.

First of all, America has the second amendment to where the citizenry may be armed to the teeth to protect themselves from invaders, gun slingers or their own government.


  • There is the U.S. government also armed to the teeth,
  • meant to protect themselves abroad but also their country at home,
  • Unfortunately this includes an arsenal of ammunition,
  • 1.6 Billion rounds of ammo purchased during the Obama administration for Homeland Security plus,
  • rifles, tanks, machine guns, helicopters, drones, grenade launchers,
    heat guns and more,
  • for the sake of keeping the peace and upholding the the U.S. Constitution, which is by the way, barely even being followed by law enforcement and the courts.
  • Therefore, is not freedom now in the balance?

So then, can the people determine the lesser of two evils yet? The writing is on the wall. America is presently being oppressed by a rogue military, WACO style, combative element and it’s getting worse.

Comparatively, school shooters are an element that can be dealt with by using better tools and law enforcement strategy, yet people do not fear school shooters, but they do fear their own government because it is out of control. And I didn’t even discuss the  Deep State or what others maintain as being the Shadow Government behind the curtain.  When powerful authoritarian governments reign with no boundaries or checks or balances, then what is the outcome?

To answer that question just ask, if it were possible, the 70 million Chinese that were murdered by the revolutionary leader Mao Tse-Tung around 1935 which is well documented in videos showing innocent, anti-Communist people that were put to death by Communist firing squads and buried in long trenches.

Also, ask the relatives of the estimated 10,000 Chinese massacred during a 2 month long, peaceful protest that lasted until June 4 1989 at Tiananmen Square in mainland China. These people were fully unarmed and murdered by the Chinese Army. So then, what is the lesser of two evils, governments that disarm their citizenry or the common people’s rights that entitle them to their own guns?

More than 100 people whose relatives were killed during China’s 1989 crackdown on protesters at Tiananmen Square have lashed out at the present ruler Xi Jinping who has recently been made dictator of China for life. These 100 relatives are accusing the country’s new president of taking a tyrannical “giant step backwards” while there is no recognition or a response from the government with regard to the June 4, 1989 event which even took place!

The leaders want to erase that day from the history books. No apologies here.

Finally, regarding the American people’s rights but also for the sake of future generations, should not the people hold on dearly to their Second Amendment gun rights, without wavering, lest America becomes one more statistic that falls to the tyranny of the state, mirroring the corrupt legal system already present which sadly promotes a brandishing culture where courts regularly favor government over the constitutional rights of the people?