Financial Terrorism: Firearms sellers to be blackmailed into conforming to gun control
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
January 17, 2013
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has declared economic warfare on gun retailers, threatening to treat them like businesses who traded under Apartheid in South Africa, by withdrawing investments in companies that refuse to stop selling semi-automatic rifles and blackmailing retailers into becoming front line facilitators for gun control.
July 22, 2012
In the 24 hours following a tragic shooting spree at a packed Aurora, Colorado movie theater that left 12 people dead and dozens wounded, the 2nd Amendment has already come under heavy fire by politicians, Hollywood stars, and the mainstream media.
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By Mike Dunn and Walt Hunter
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