New RFID ‘Smart Guns’ May Be Used By Govt to Bypass Second Amendment

Anthony Gucciardi
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July 18th, 2013
Updated 07/18/2013 at 5:49 pm

The rise of ‘smart gun’ technology, which utilizes an RFID interface to allow for both the government and the manufacturer to remotely render the gun useless at any time, is the upcoming new tactic used by anti-Constitution control freaks in the effort to take away legal firearms from the hands of law-abiding citizens.¬†

And these smart guns are coming much sooner than you think.

TriggerSmart, the manufacturer of the Orwellian weapons that already exist in various European regions thanks to branding that smart guns are the ‘safer’ alternative to real weapons, hopes to start selling smart guns within the United States as soon as possible — and you could see them make a grand entrance by 2014. But why would anyone with a brain ever buy these smart guns, which literally trace every action you take and send the data to the government for analysis?

Well, I believe that these smart guns will not simply be pushed by slick marketing via TriggerSmart and other invested corporations, but legislation that attempts to force these smart guns on the American public. As I originally covered back in March, smart guns are one of the biggest threats we face to the Second Amendment in history.

Smart Guns: The 2nd Amendment ‘Loophole’

As the creators of the Big Brother weapons have already detailed in interviews, the true power behind these RFID-controlled smart guns is the concept that they are a¬†loophole that allows for the government to disarm the people while still ‘upholding’ the Second Amendment. Essentially, it is the wet dream of anti-Constitutional mad men.

The government has tried taking away real guns from the general public, ultimately losing the war due to the fact that the public is too informed on the true statistics regarding gun control and gun defense. They cannot launch a hostile takeover of all guns within the country right now, and traitors to the nation like Dianne Feinstein are fully aware of this fact. As much as Feinstein and others would love to have ‘Mr. and Mrs. America’ turn in all of their guns, this simply will not happen in such a manner — at least not without mass warfare and bloodshed.

So what’s the next best thing? Smart guns that become paper weights at the discretion of the government.

In the event of a ‘terrorist attack’ of any kind, the government could shut down all smart guns in the area. In the event of an elevated terror alert level, there goes the guns. How about a mass shooting in your city? Better turn off the guns. Imagine if smart guns were prevalent during the Boston lockdown that followed the Boston marathon bombings, in which military-style police raided homes at gunpoint. Those smart guns would be turned off without any question.

And this is not even getting into the entire concept of how the smart guns could easily be hacked into at any point by virtually anyone.

The subject of smart guns I’m discussing right now is a glimpse into the future. In due time, the mainstream media news channels will begin discussing how great smart guns are and how they could prevent violence, as NPR has already done on a smaller scale.

It’s essential that you share this article as well as the video on the subject so that we can detail the timeline before it even happens. If we can document the truth here, and really inform people about the true reality of smart guns, we can ultimately beat the mainstream media before they even get started.

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Anthony Gucciardi

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  1. saeleine says:

    right on analysis again Anthony

  2. DGustaf says:

    Ummmm, do they (government folks) expect any current gun owner with even the smallest amount of common sense to get one of those fancy guns so the government can shut them down at their slightest whim? I would ask if they (government folks) were on drugs. There is, certainly, a lack of common sense in DC circles. And, why would a weapons manufacturer go along with this sort of scheme? None of this makes sense to a simple guy like me.

    • Rocky says:

      They will start with "rewards" then end in felony charges for not swapping out to this new "safe" "wonderful" "crime fighting" technology.

    • rathbonez says:

      why would a weapons manufacturer go along with this? the same reason anyone does anything anymore in this inflated fiat money global economy: for money dude. slaves to money.

      • Hank03331 says:

        Speaking as a manufacturer of firearms, I'd say that you are wrong. You might get a few of the bigs that manufacture for military contracts to cave, but most of us in the industry understand full well how important our products are for the liberty of our people.

    • alan479 says:

      The gun manufacturers are given financial incentives (bribes) to start making these guns. On the other hand police departments are being given incentive government credit accounts to purchase or obtain military weapons and vehicles for local use. This is to bypass any laws restricting military action against the citizenry. The police then become the military.

  3. You realize, Anthony, that there is no "loophole" in the Second Amendment. The amendment further clarifies that the Federal government does not have the authority to disarm us, or to legislate at all when it comes to the right of people to be armed. They simply are not given the authority in the Constitution. That would necessarily include the prohibition on the federal government to tell us what arms are legal to own, or to force us to buy what they prescribed (I know the Obama-care tax sets a bad precedent here).

    Of course, that doesn't mean that this won't be tried. The corrupt states could try this, but I don't think it would get very far. They would have an outright rebellion on their hands if they did try. But, it is good that people know what is out there, and be ready for the day when they do try it.

    • Antonio, I fully agree — the Second Amendment, when viewed truthfully, protects us from such nonsense. The thing is that corrupt politicians love to distort the Constitution at large, and will therefore say that the smart guns 'do not violate' the Second Amendment as they are still allowing us to have firearms.

      The issue isn't with the Second Amendment, it's with insane government officials.

  4. Robert says:

    Smart Guns are mostly about safety and not control as opponents exagerrate and claim. Making guns childproof and user unique can help prevent thousands of injuries deaths caused every year by accidental discharge.. If you put your kid in a car put a seat belt on him. If you have guns in a house where there are kids then making them childproof is only common sense. To claim that its about Government gun control and not safety is misleading and over the top

    • pearler says:

      i disagree.I have a patented gun safety device,"bullet alarm".Did what you claimed and more.Not one gun safety company or government agency would even respond to the product,because it did not lock up the gun in an electronic manner.They were only interested in trigger and deactivating systems and this was in the late 1990's.i do remember the cops using a gun that the wearer of a ring only could use the weapon.It proved unreliable.

    • Nicole says:

      Well now we know how they'll market them to the sheep :(

  5. pearler says:

    Guerilla tactics 101.
    Your enemies weapons are your weapons of choice;).
    My favorite tatic is to come up on their camp with a 100 head of cattle.Attach 20-30' strands of barb wire between two cows,at least twenty pairs,stampede them thru the camp with a fire roaring behind them.Come in from two sides and Git the prize;).
    iTIs really all about timing:).
    Never succumb to fear let it only make you wiser and stronger.
    Right now Our greatest weapon is the vote;).So,git out and vote.Promise.

    • Rocky says:

      Those 100 head of cattle could surely be concealed in say a shirt pocket, and sprung without warning! Brilliant!

    • bigcountry56 says:

      can I watch you stampede cattle that are gentle enough to let you tie them together with barb wire? and can I watch you "sneak up" on an armed camp with 100 head of cattle? you may know all there is to know about guerilla warfare, but you don't know shit about cattle.

  6. rathbonez says:

    Everything comes down to control. A true thinking man should almost understand this intuitively. But a firm understanding of propaganda, how it works, how blanketing it can be, and how it can infest the mind, are necessary in such a propaganda prevalent world.
    There is nowhere to escape except further into the mind, into healthy schemes and plans that can get rid of these MONSTERS of CONTROL.
    This gun thing is the first I have heard of this…GINS THAT CAN BE TURNED OFF BY THOSE WHO VIOLATE HUMAN ETHICS, NATURALS LAW!! HOW PREPOSTEROUS!!
    I will be sending this over to the writers at: http://rathbonezvizionz.wordpress.com/

  7. Deacon Solomon says:

    Well, there are already any number of gun owners who aren't as smart as their weapons — as we all know. You only have to go to a gun show and watch who buys what. The idiots are easy to spot. For my part, I see it's entirely possible that smart guns could quickly become as chic as electronic cigarettes or the newest smart phones. Maybe they'll come out with a smart gun that is also a smart phone — or how about a wrist TV set with a button that disarms every smart gun within 200 yards — or some other such contraption? There are many, many technophiles who'd snap up stuff like that just to say they've got one. Anybody here ever heard of pet rocks?

  8. UnknowWarrior says:

    Make sure all the "authorities" are required to use them………..then let the hacker's, hack them all and make sure they can't be used against us.

  9. As I originally covered back in March, smart guns are one of the biggest threats we face to the Second Amendment in history.

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