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A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.


It is indisputable that the second amendment is a result of a historical understanding of the necessity of having a public power that is equal to or greater than the state to protect the principles of freedom and liberty.

The amendment acknowledges the inalienable right of the people to organize themselves, outside the government authority, into an armed militia that constitutes a counter-power to the state for the purpose of preventing the possible abuse of power by the government.

Moreover, the recognition of the right to bear arms and form a well-organized militia is just that, a recognition. Recognizing a human right must not be understood as constituting it. Therefore, the subject of the right to be armed and organize a militia is the meaning of the word “human” and not “state”.  Consequently, these rights cannot be infringed upon by any entity.

Firearms are prerequisite tools for this protected right, hence “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”. The right to keep and bear arms is derived from the sovereignty of the individuals as humans.

Communities have the right to organize themselves according to the overall perception of their well-being and public good when the method does not lead to violating individuals’ inalienable rights unless they acquired the agreement of all the individuals on such a method.

In general, communities cannot utilize the government to restrict or control any inalienable right of the individual without fulfilling the impossible mentioned condition of approval. Similarly, communities cannot utilize the government to restrict or control individuals’ right to keep and bear arms. Therefore, governments’ controls and restrictions on keeping and bearing arms have no legitimacy and must be rejected.


Individuals’ inalienable rights can be revoked by society under specific and extreme circumstances. The rights of the second amendment cannot be regulated, controlled, or restricted by the government. Thus, training classes, special taxes, special fees, conceal carry regulations, open carry regulations, background checks, and red flag laws must all be rejected. The current restrictions and controls on firearms in the united states are largely in violation of the constitution and therefore individuals’ inalienable rights. In my view, individuals lose their right to keep and bear arms only when they use this right to violate other individuals’ rights. Murderers have no right no to bear firearms.

Communities’ general safety relating to firearms must address the root causes of the behavior, not the tool that has been used. Accordingly, the subject of gun violence must address the underlying causes of this behavior not the use of guns as a tool for this behavior.

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