in our hands.
That's up to the government.
As for the question of "Do you honestly think, that individuals can stop the takeover of American's guns by shooting the agents that come to their door? You think that is going to work???"
Yes. In fact, it's the only thing that will.
If each house they go to, they aren't sure if one or more or all of them aren't coming out alive or uninjured; if as they walk down the street, moving between houses, they are being sniped at; if they get real resistance at every turn, even from those who don't own guns, but don't appreciate being thrown into a tyrannical hell hole of a life; how long do you think they'll be able to keep it up? How long do you think before morale breaks down? How long before they have to bring in UN troops because not enough Americans are willing to go house to house killing Americans who just want to be left alone? How many children, wives, daughters, aunts, uncles, and little old grandmas are they going to be able able stomach killing?
On the other hand, if everyone simply doesn't resist, and instead decides to be a victim by choice, they will be no stopping the mass exterminations.
Regardless, civil war will be waged, just one side won't be fighting back under what you suggest.
Here's an article that can shed more light on this with various examples. The book it references will leave no more doubt in your mind about the proper response to tyranny.
Surrender is not an option: http://www.dailypaul.com/269382/why-surrender-is-never-an-op...
There's no such thing as peaceful non-compliance at the point we are discussing.
You either resist and live or die, or you submit, and certainly die, and as this article notes, there are some fates worse than death before you eventually die.
I'd rather resist, and I feel an obligation to everyone else to resist.
To be born free is a gift.
To live free is my responsibility.
To die free is my obligation to my family and posterity.
If I don't die free, then no one else stands a chance of being born free.
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