It was three years ago when Katie Worthman gave her speech about Nazi gun control. In light of Obama’s talks about gun regulations, it’s pertinent we look at it again. Her comments are very insightful. Did Hitler ride into Austria with tanks and guns? No, he was elected by ballot. Why? He didn’t come across as a monster but as an American politician. He too called for more gun control and look where that got him?
He asked people to register their guns. Then he asked people to hand them in. Then as he wanted more control, his well-meaning rules turned into a dictatorship. And all this in as little as five years.
Katie Worthman said, “When the people fear the government, that’s tyranny, but when the government fears the people, that’s liberty. Keep your guns. Keep your guns and buy more guns.”
Conservative Tribune reports:
Three years ago, Holocaust survivor Katie Worthman delivered an impassioned speech about Nazi gun control, and given President Barack Obama’s recent push to jam more gun regulations down our throats, it seems a better time than ever to revisit her words.
“In 1938, the media reported that Hitler rode into Austria with tanks and guns and took us over,” Worthman’s speech began. “Not true at all.”
“The truth is at the beginning Hitler didn’t look like or talk like a monster at all,” the Holocaust survivor explained. “He talked like an American politician.”
He in fact talked a whole lot like Obama, in that he pushed for more gun control to reduce crime, though not surprisingly, the plan produced the very opposite effect.
Little by little, Hitler’s seemingly benign and well-meaning rules and regulations began to transform into the strict mandates of a dictatorship. According to Worthman, it took five years for the transformation to be complete. Then, it was too late.