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Now Among Largest Firearms Investors, Soros in Gun Control Scheme to Dump Stocks: “I’m Very Much Against Guns”

Mac Slavo
January 29th, 2016
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Do you see the puppet strings?

The plot to disarm Americans and suspend the 2nd Amendment is working with furious pace. But it is anything but head on.

The 2nd Amendment makes gun ownership an inalienable right and guarantees armed and formidable populace. The NRA and other lobbies have gun rights firmly entrenched in the Republican party.

So the other side works the back door. Infiltration, sabotage and other dirty tricks.

Is that what is happening?

By all appearances, Soros, the elite wolf in sheep’s clothing has been investing in firearms companies not to profit from them, but to destroy them, and destroy the access of people to guns and ammunition.

Via the International Business Times:

Advocates for divesting from the firearms industry got a boost from Wall Street titan George Soros last week. The billionaire investor is in a strong position to make such a call: He’s one of the leading financiers of the gun control movement, and the fund he leads recently owned a piece of the firearms industry.

On Thursday, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Soros expressed interest in the divestment idea. Asked by International Business Times if investors who support gun control should sell their holdings in firearms companies, Soros responded: “I’m very much against guns. And if it can be organized on a large enough scale, I wouldn’t be opposed to it.”

Securities and Exchange Commission filings reviewed by IBT show Soros Fund Management as a top institutional shareholder in Vista Outdoors — considered the country’s top ammunition manufacturer — and Olin Corp., which makes ammo under the Winchester name.


Many of the biggest Wall Street donors to President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton — who have both called for stricter gun regulations — are among the largest institutional investors in guns and ammunition manufacturers.

If all these Wall Street donors moved in unison against gun stocks, there is every sense that a great firearms pump-and-dump could be underway to cripple the market, and force firearms, ammo, parts and accessories off the shelves.

Is that what is happening?

George Soros is effectively advocating a policy of economic sanctions against the firearms industry – using a tactic of war to, ultimately, limit guns in the hands of the people.

In 2011, an email chain letter circulated among the right claimed that Soros was controlling a hedge fund buying gun and ammunition manufacturers and wanted to “restrict or ban all civilian guns.” The email was false and widely shared. The National Rifle Association condemned it and urged its members not to pass along a rumor that had “caused a great deal of unnecessary concern for gun owners.”

But for all of the worry from gun owners that Soros might try to keep weapons out of their hands, a firm run by Soros purchased shares in ammunition companies last year without causing any stir.


The price of ammo has been driven up drastically in recent years with pressures on supply. Meanwhile, gun sales have soared to new records each time President Obama has announced new gun control efforts. But will gun control policies ultimately tie the guns into knots with red tape?

It remains to be seen how it will play out.

But there has been a war of propaganda underway on the gun effort throughout the Obama Administration. There has been a great deal of toying with supply and demand and using public fear and outrage as marketing models.

Who does this ultimately serve?

This pattern parallels many deceptive political movements to undermine the rights and sovereignty of this country. The Council on Foreign Relations publication Foreign Affair published this quote by Richard Gardner in 1974 describing how billionaire operatives like George Soros would conspire to undermine American freedom:

In short, the ‘house of world order’ would have to be built from the bottom up rather than from the top down. It will look like a great ‘booming, buzzing confusion,’ to use William James’ famous description of reality, but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault.

Another CFR man, James Warburg – whose father oversaw the creation of the Federal Reserve system – bluntly stated:

“The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”

Stay vigilant; the right to keep and bear arms is under sneak attack.

Read more:

Texas Police Chief Warns Obama That Gun Control Will “Cause A Revolution… You’re Not Our Potentate, Sir”

Billionaires Buy Gun Control in Washington: ‘Straight to Voters, Bypassing Politicians Terrified of NRA’

Confiscation Is Coming: Obama To Issue Executive Order Targeting 4.2 Million Retirees With Massive Gun Ban

The Push For Full Disarmament of America Has Begun: “Outright Gun Ban and Mass Confiscation Once and For All”

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Date: January 29th, 2016
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  1. 1vet says:

    feeling froggy-jump…

      • Tacoma says:

        You bet acid…You need to learn proper usage of langauge. Maybe women and childern reading here.Stupid acid.

        • Braveheart1776 says:

          stupid Tacoma. acid is making some valid points despite his language.

        • This is for you George Soros. If you take our guns you will get A bullet rite in your ugly looking face. Think about it. Don’t mess with americans.

          • sixpack says:

            Is there a way to keep people like Soros from investing in any particular key stocks, like guns stocks? I know nothing about investing, but it seems to me if gun manufacturers knew who was investing in their companies, they could’ve headed this off before it took them down. Just saying, I know nothing about this realm. I mean, does a company HAVE TO allow ANYBODY to buy into their business?

            • Ian MacLeod says:

              “I mean, does a company HAVE TO allow ANYBODY to buy into their business?”

              If it’s a publicly traded stock.

              • smokey says:

                And when all these folks divest themselves of their evil gun company stocks, someone else is going to buy it.

                • ExNuke says:

                  The first ones to sell will make money while the price is up, the ones late in the game will lose their money but they will “Feel Good” and self-rightous about it. Soros will then buy the stock up cheap, rinse, lather, repeat. I wouldn’t buy at the start of the dump but it would take watching carefully. Democrats will set off several more buying frenzies, they keep doing the same thing over and over hoping for different results.

            • apache54 says:

              when or IF your company is publicly traded stock, you normally won’t know who is buying into your stock UNLESS someone buys a BUNCH at ONE time and even then you might not know, SOOOO if he bought in small but consistent amounts you probably would not know it.
              hope this helps

              • sixpack says:

                Thanks guys, I truly do not know how those things play out.

              • smokey says:

                A lot of firms hold 51% of their stock as a company asset, they enjoy enhanced net worth and keep full control of the company.

                The activists can divest themselves of their portion of the other 49% all they want, it does nothing except fluctuate the value.

                Most of the time, the activists are getting rid of their stock when it’s at a peak, and using the crybaby game to divert attention from their immoral profiteering.

            • smooze says:

              Nope, and theoretically he can buy enough stock to have a majority vote of 51% to install his own BOD who would then install either him or a proxy CEO.

              • Woogie says:

                Of those publicly stocks, if any company goes down because Soros took over, another one will take it’s place. The NRA will help build many of these companies where they have no stocks to buy.

                • Plan twice, prep once says:

                  Soros may be able to destroy a couple gun makers, but face it, guns are incredibly simple easy to make products. They are made all over the world and there are many gun makers Soros can’t touch because governments in their home nations protect them from the likes is Soros.

                  Soros could destroy every major gun maker in the US, and more would pop up to fill the vacuum.

                • to PTPO:
                  Great Points, but it’s too late already!
                  WE the PEOPLE already have more than enough Guns and AMMO to fend off any confiscation efforts, and old PUKE-FACE Soros is just “shooting himself in the @$$” by “telegraphing his punches” so to speak. These are long term style maneuvers, which tells me they are not as close to an all out confiscation as they would want us to believe.

          • berightnotwrong says:

            Who has shopped recently for parts and tools to build your own rifle or pistol?

            You will notice the astonishing multiplicity of vendors. Many of the manufacturers are little more than “cottage industries.” So many choices that it is quite clear that our firearm ownership cannot be denied by bankrupting a few big companies.

            When it comes to smokeless powder, however, there is only one US manufacturer, ATK, that produces all the US brands of powder.

            So, learn how to build an AR, a FAL, an HK, an accurate bolt gun, whatever tickles your fancy. Build it in a chambering that your oppressor uses. Replace whatever ammunition you use for practice, but always be sure to stock enough ammunition for your long term emergency needs.

        • Anonymous says:

          Acid Itch – Strangely enough, this is what Muslims want. Never took you for a supporter of the religion on peace.

    • Acid Etch says:

      America is not repairable. We need to start thinking big. Start planning a country of our own. I want to emigrate to somewhere where they hate immigrants.

    • Caucasian says:

      That evil son of a bitch is gonna split hell wide open. Good riddance.

    • Paranoid says:

      So what are we supposed to do? Buy more guns and ammo? Setting at my desk typing; have a 22 in my outside coat pocket, a 357 in my inside coat pocket and a 9MM Browning on my desktop. (Wearing my coat) I think that’s enough.

    • Acid Etch says:

      Don’t discount the revolver and the bolt action rifle.

      They are much more powerful than semiautomatics because they don’t redirect the recoil for cycling.

      Everyone should know how their weapons function mechanically.

      • Kulafarmer says:

        3200fps is 3200 fps
        My REPR and my R700 use the same ammo and have the same velocity coming out the tube,,,

        • Gonetoolong says:

          Agree, Acid’s thought process is correct, but muzzle velocity and mass tell the tale, not as simple as semi-auto, revolver, bolt,…..

        • Air water or mashed potato’s psi is psi same goes for fps. Muzzle velocity is good the faster the better. The heavier the bullet the more stopping power. My Mosins might be slow but they sure kick ass, shoot farther than my AR too. I would be out of their range but they will be in mine!

      • Paranoid says:

        Acid, once again you know not what you say. The slug of any gas operated or recoil use weapon has already left the gun before the action starts. Lots of high speed photos show the slug from a rifle inches to feet out of the barrel before the recoil even moves the gun. During the time the bullet is starting to move the pressures in the chambers are in the order of 30,000-50,000 psi. They put the gas vents near the exit so they don’t get those pressures.

      • Philosopher says:

        AE: I would like to hear your view on bolt-action rifles. I grew up shooting a 30.06. The issue for me, at my age (50ish), is the weight and kick back. I am female but tall and still strong and I don’t weigh 300 pounds. My shotgun is a 20 gauge junior Mossberg. It is light and functional. Great for turkey season! I would have loved buying one of those really sweet Italian shotguns. OMG those just make me drool. Anyhow, returning to my roots of shooting. My best score at trap, when I was 16, was 23/25. Fired Expert at basic (Ft. Jackson, SC) when I was 17. Made the DI’s very happy when they realized OMG this recruit can shoot! Until I picked up a gun the DI’s hated me because I sucked at push-ups. Oh well. I was good at everything else.

        • Acid Etch says:

          You are female? Bitch, why are you on the computer when your ass should be in the kitchen?

          I still use the 30.06 bolt.

          Assault rifles aint much good for hunting.

          If your kit includes a Glock, AR or AK, 12 gauge pump or auto shotgun, and bolt action high powered rifle, you should be good.

          • Philosopher says:

            I just finished making dinner. Cooked some taters with onion, olive oil, garlic powder, salt, and sprinkled with fennel seeds and fresh ground pepper. Did a side dish from one beet mixed with olive oil, salt, fresh ground pepper, organic balsamic vinegar, and honey roasted until tender in the oven. Yumm 🙂

            I agree there is no way I would use an M-16 for hunting. I thought it sucked. Fine on the range. In real life? Meh.

            So that 30.06 is good enough for deer, elk, and moose? And a 12-guage shotgun would leave bruises on my shoulder. That was fine 30 years ago. Now? Not so so much.

            Anyhow, thanks for the feedback.

            • Paranoid says:

              Dear P ignore AE. A 30-06 is a fine rifle. I use a 25-06 for most of my hunting, a little faster , smaller slug. I’m not out for Moose or Buffalo. There isn’t any N American game that hasn’t been shot very well with 06. I’d bet money that more Moose have been taken with ’06 than any other rifle. You have your choice of of slug wt from 150 Gr up to 220. The heavy slugs do have a lot of recoil but normally aren’t needed. 165-180 Gr hunting ammo will take anything you need. Pull it tight to your shoulder and for hunting the recoil isn’t bad. (I only shoot 5-6 rds per year hunting larger game. 2-3 sighting in and 2-3 more gets my antelope or deer) Got a 308 carbine for a brush gun; 308 ballistics are identical to 06.
              As I remember NATO ammo , slug is exactly the same and there is about 3 FPS difference in V. Target shooting is where recoil gets to be a problem, you take a 12 Ga out and shoot a few rounds of trap or shooting Dove where you can go through 3-4 boxes of shells.

              • Paranoid says:

                Should point out that the only reason the 300 Win mag exists is some manufacturers don’t like to use max V loading’s in 06 because there are a lot of 100 year old 06 out there. In a modern rifle I have no problem shooting anything on earth with one except the Big three. (Rino, Cape, Elephant) For those of you that don’t know; there are two excellent ways to tell Cape Buffalo from Water Buffalo. First one always works: Go up to it and scratch it’s nose, just where it’s fuzzy; If it kills you, it’s a Cape. Second if you are in Asia it’s a Water.

              • Philosopher says:

                P: thank you for the information! I have good memories of shooting an old bolt action 30.06. I grew up shooting in an old gravel pit at targets. Looking to go on my first hunt this spring, for turkeys. After that I would love to go and get a deer or elk or moose!

              • Philosopher says:

                P: yep, went shooting for trap with BF when I was young. Remember coming home really bruised up. My bird gun is a bantam weight Mossberg but I do like the weight and feel of a Benelli. Pretty little thing!

              • ummm, Yes, there are .308 loads that roughly equal “Aught 6” loads, but the .30-06 has waaaay more headroom than any .308 due to the longer case. I do agree, that an AR-10 would be more than adequate in most cases! 😀

            • Leonard says:

              Don’t underestimate the ability of even a .22 LR in a survival hunting situation–you’ve got to try with what you have. In a fascinating book entitled “The Last Ivory Hunter”, a professional hunter named Selous won a bet against another PH, with a double rifle being the prize. Selous bet he could kill an African Elephant with a .22 LR round–and DID IT!. He waited until the elephant stepped forward with its left foreleg, and fired into the axillary region (armpit), where the skin is VERY thin, delivering the bullet straight into its heart. The elephant continued walking, apparently oblivious to its injury for about 100 yards, then collapsed and died.

          • Philosopher says:

            Oh forgot to say that dinner I just made was a roasted chicken breast tucked in between all those taters and onion. Yum yum!

          • DAMed in NY says:

            We now know your problem: you are starving because you can’t get a “bitch” to cook for you. Go eat a snickers bar. Your attitude is repulsive.

      • Leonard says:

        Oftentimes, revolvers and bolt guns are inherently more accurate than their semi-auto cousins…

    • Acid Etch says:

      Mittens are much warmer than gloves.


      I use polyester wicking glove liners, flip top convertible fleece mitts that allow me to use my fingers instantly, and a waterproof/breathable shell mitt ONLY if it is actively precipitating. 90% of the time you should not be in a waterproof breathable shell. You should use a softshell or a windshell coupled with a fleece midlayer and a baselayer, or a stand alone down or synthetic fill jacket coupled with the baselayer. Remember that down loses all its heat capacity when wet, but synthetic insulation still retains about half its warmth. However, down is at least twice as warm as synthetic insulation.

      Merino wool is a much better baselayer than polyester or nylon; merino wool absorbs sweat into the fibers while polyester only spreads it out and holds it next to your skin. Therefore, wool is much less clammy than polyester in the baselayer.

      Merino wool, while the best baselayer, it obsolete as a midlayer. Fleece outperforms it in every respect.

      • Philosopher says:

        AE: I grew up raised by Mainers and that is what they always said.

        Dang everything you just said was brilliant. I posted this on another article, as to getting a wicked case of hypothermia in the summer at an SCA event. In July, actually. Wind, rain, and the wrong clothes meant that it took me three days to warm up and six months to even realize I had been hypothermic.

        Can you clarify what you just said and make it simple? I think what you just tried to explain went over the heads of a lot of people. Also, can you recommend some brands?

        One of the reasons I got hypothermia in July was because my sleepin gear included a down comforter and jeans. Perfect if the weather stays hot and dry. Terrible once they become wet. It is a little harsh for some of us to wear wool as a base layer (except for socks and hands) because it is scratchy and horrible.

        I have a rain suit I got years ago from LL Bean. Jacket and pants. They are not breathable layers. Sure, they keep you dry from the outside but you will sweat like a pig inside that outfit and thus just more junk in my closet.

    • mona says:

      what soros doesn’t understand is we the people have enough arms and ammo to blast his ass no matter what he does to the market….and we are very good at making our own ammo….BRING IT ON!!!

    • 101sog says:

      If they don’t want to ultimately disarm America , Why is the UN hiring DDR officers on American soil . DDR = Disarm , Demobilization , & Reintergration Officers .

  2. 1vet says:

    tired of waiting for the gun control ninnies to grow a pair and do it!!!!

  3. Winston Smith says:

    This is what happens when a select few are allowed to strip mine the wealth of a nation. They eventually get enough wealth to be able to become a law unto themselves and rule by financial manipulation. Thus democracy devolves into oligarchy and no one can stop it, short of civil war.

  4. Juliet6 says:

    King Putt has pulled the Soros Trojan Horse of collapse right into the USA without a shot fired.

    If guns were the problem, ban guns from ISIS, Democratic cities, political figure protection forces and confiscate Biden’s shotgun.

    Middle America, forever F’d over by politicians

  5. Stolz Vorfahren says:

    I just look at Soros’s face and my finger on the trigger. Ohh boy what a erratic fantasy.

  6. Ronald Ahrens says:

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  7. legal eagle says:

    “I’m Very Much Against Guns” Says the guy with a plethora of armed body guards.

  8. TEST says:

    I’ll wager Soros a billion bucks that he has, and won’t give up, his OWN armed protection. Just like Dianne Feinstein, Mikey Moore, all the Hollywierd Learjet leftists, ad nauseam…

  9. PO'd Patriot says:

    Fuck that Russian Spook. If you haven’t got what you need by now (main battle rifle and extra parts to keep it running, shame on you). Can’t believe Finicus went up against two shooters with a handgun against long guns. Folks don’t be so stupid unless you want an early death. The guy with the long gun at close distance will win 99.9% of the time (according to my training).

  10. Kevin2 says:

    I think in TPTB world Soros is both a relative light weight and a sacrificial lamb. He is so often always in the eye of the media that NWO is synonymous with Soros.

    When they direct your attention this way look that way.

  11. Nubmaeme says:

    I MIGHT, just might but not definitely, consider giving up a gun when all of these jokers get rid of ALL of their armed guards, their own weapons and those they carry concealed, their armored cars, and home and office security systems, then walk the streets ALONE AND UNARMED.

    • Kevin2 says:

      You still have a threat from the common criminal up through oppressive totalitarian government to be concerned with. I do think the latter threat is generally intrinsically linked to TPTB.

      • Nubmaeme says:

        It’s not the common criminal I worry about. It’s the totalitarian government. They’re far more dangerous and, yes, they are linked to TPTB. These governments are their puppets with TPTB’s hands up their backsides.

        • Winston Smith says:

          I worry about all of the above. Everyone wants more power and some are willing to do anything to get it. As I do not know who it is who will try to usurp power over my life from me at any given time, I will reserve the right to fight back against all real threats. Governments, corporations and individuals all pose threats to the common man. The greatest threat for random violence comes from small time criminals but for violence and oppression on a massive scale it takes a government, which is sometimes aided by corporations.

    • Philosopher says:

      N: I agree. They sure have a lot of hired guns. Of course they never get their hands dirty. At least not directly. I wonder why ex-military and LE agree to be the hired dobies kept on a leash and muzzled for these losers. I would laugh when the day arrives that no one will work for morons like Soros. Sadly, there are always plenty of people willing to sell themselves to the highest bidder.

  12. Steve in Ramona says:

    Fortunately Soros is old and will die eventually

  13. Gonetoolong says:

    He owns the stock. These stocks are sky high right now because of the world’s greatest gun salesman. I too would sell the stock position before someone new gets into office. Isn’t that what you are supposed to do, buy low, sell high? This seems only like a smart business decision. For him, though, he certainly has to take a certain amount of joy in raking in profit and crippling the firearms industry.

  14. Enemy of the State says:

    Where does this guy think he gets his relevance from?
    Dude I could give a fuck about what you think about my unalienable rights
    ALL OF THEM you commie bitch

  15. Enemy of the State says:

    LaVoy was not ‘charging’ anyone. He appears to have been shot in the back, with his hands in the air,” Finicum’s family said in a statement via their attorney. ”

    So , that’s from the family’s lawyer
    Is it possible he has seen the body ?
    They have seen the body ?
    And we just haven’t been told yet that they shot him in the back when he was stumbling around in the snow ?
    Why would an officer of the court say that ?
    He wouldn’t unless he had something solid to base it on
    As much as I hate the bottom feeders of this world , they do play by a certain set of rules

    Just thought I’d let you know
    And I still stand by my word of him being murdered
    And all those revinuers are guilty of Capitol murder

    Better start singing
    You psalm singing sons of bitches

  16. Darren says:

    So if this is right we should see some public firearms companies take a big hit in their stock soon. Knowing that all of us can make a big profit on the stupidity of Soros on this move. Watch the stocks closely. Wait for the big drop and buy in. Guns are selling huge. If you get a chance to buy one of these stocks low it’s a no brainer…and you get the added bonus of flipping the bird to Soros.

  17. Dave says:

    “I’m very much against guns”?
    Baloney! This Jew (real name Schwartz) is all for guns, but only in the hands of the government & NOT the Goyim!

  18. I never realized Soros was so heavily invested in firearms. No wonder his buddy Obama rattles prepper cages so frequently. Typical stock manipulation.

    • PO'd Patriot says:

      Yep ‘Becca that Hebrew coin changer doesn’t need a temple background to try and make money. All he needs is to utter something and Pavlov’s dinner bells ring and all others salivate.

  19. Dude says:

    My friends are jewish. But this YID piece of shit gives them a bad name. He sell his mother for an day old newspaper. Lets hope China gets him

    • smokey says:

      He sold his fellow Jews to the Nazis for a cash bounty during the war, as an enterprising young man. The money he made was the foundation of his wealth today.

      • Anonymous says:

        Smokey – I’m no lover of Soros but I don’t need to lie about his early life. Why do you lie? Where does it say he betrayed members of his own race/religion? Show me the facts.

        Anyone can slander anyone from behind the safety of a keyboard, just look at some of the swivel eyed loonies posting here!

        Back up your statements with verifiable facts and you may be taken seriously, unless you really are a swivel eyed loony!

  20. Enemy of the State says:

    http ://mobile.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSKCN0V71T7?il=0


  21. Warchild Dammit! says:

    Well,those that can afford it have their guns and ammo by now,hopefully a extra for a deserving friend/neighbour/family member who is on a tight budget,we are all in this together.

    Warchild today for first time in life fired a .50 caliber rifle(excluding black powder rifles),and all I can say is “Damn!”The air push back around muzzle break amazing as a spotter and actually firing it,wow!I will say a friends/new to us and just at 100 yard range getting a tatse of it/optics clued in/getting over basic thrill and slight apprehension of shooting such a large cartridge,in the end fun!

    The next step is 600 yard range to really get some basic skills with newest “member of the family”.Who knows,things hold together long enuff maybe a trip to Camp Perry for some competition shooting in the(distant)future.Either way,Warchild enjoyed his day and though a bit eclipsed by Barret the new .300 blackout is great!

    • Seasoned_Citizen says:

      Warchild: Your dream is now REALITY!

      .50 Cal riles=$875 USD. RN-50 from SERBU FIREARMS.

      get sum!

      they showcased ’em at the recent SHOT Show in Vegas:

      • Warchild Dammit! says:

        Season,thanks for heads up but really,me dream of friend paying for Barret and me getting to shot it came true!I researched that a bit,interesting,was watching nothing fancy and his videos on making a .50,but seems Mark was going to make a upper for AR and things kinda fell apart.A “break action”though may be fun not for me.

        Many of these folks trying to make inexpensive .50’s like safe harbor and such so far have been pretty much failures,if I was to spend the money would save the pennies for the Barret or equivalent,or,just throw in for reload supplies and use me buddies!

  22. Silverado says:

    If I had that many guns pointed at me I wouldn’t like them either. Why doesn’t this int’l criminal just retire and fade away into the sunset instead of constantly making or stirring up trouble someplace??

    • Kulafarmer says:

      Thats the problem with these ultra wealthy, its not their money i am against,, its their attitude that that money somehow makes them special, this is why i would welcome cataclysmic events from nature, mother nature could care less how much money you have, shell screw everybody the same,,,,

  23. As soon as All guns are Gone it will Be Easyer to Put Us In Re edication Camps. I’ll bet Soro Won’t give up his body Gards Guns.

  24. I laugh at this site so many people believing the false S##t you post. Stop fearmongering and be truthful.

  25. eagle eye says:


    Did anybody see that America is going to build Ak-47 type rifles in Florida?

    Opening soon.

    I wonder who are they going to pay Russia or China Royalties ?

    • Warchild Dammit! says:

      Eagle,the Russians if they actually build factory here will get the final share of profits.Many smaller outfits for decades making the AK-47 in the US,they keep the money(or what is left after govt. theft).A place in N.H. makes real nice ones,some milled receiver if you want.

  26. desertspeaks says:

    Oddly, soros isn’t against governments having guns and they’ve killed tens of millions of people in their fraudulent wars!

  27. Thor 1 says:

    Hey,if gun companies file bankruptcy we can buy the stock for pennies on the dollar and make a killing. No pun intended, and take over. With Democrats pushing gun control the prices would be up and we would sell more guns then ever before!!! Just a thought!!!

  28. Nutkcuf says:

    actually have to hand it to soros to a degree. At least he doesn’t play bullshit games. You know where he stands even if you hate his ideas. Better than a lot of people who speak in code and stab you in the back. He is refreshingly upfront regardless of his beliefs. I wish more people spoke up about their beliefs rather than lie about them and screw you over. I realize he isn’t a politician but it would be nice to have someone stand up and say exactly what they think. Rubio and Cruz go back and forth in issues. The dems are worse.
    Soros isn’t taking anyone’s guns and is an old dude who won’t be around mi h longer. Hats off to soros even tho he sucks.

  29. Vote Hillary says:

    Other than hunting, why do people need guns? They want them, ok but do not ” need” them. The only people tho should have the high power guns is the law enforcement people and the Army. It’s time to admit that America is a much more dangerous place because there is easy access to guns, and we need to just make it illegal to possess them and make people turn them in… Just my opinion.

    • Mountain Trekker says:

      Vote Hillary, you are so right. And while we’re at it, lets eliminate Freedom of Speech, everybody wants it, but we really don’t “need” it. Freedom of Speech can be so hurtful and destructive, people have opinions and they want to share them, and then they hurt other peoples feelings. You know what I mean! Oh, by the way, if you have an opinion, keep it to yourself, cause it’s …Just Your Opinion. Trekker Out. Whats “I” Without “II”

    • smokey says:

      OK, VH, you should personally take them away from us, instead of sending others to do your work for you. Let’s see how far you get trying that.

    • Braveheart1776 says:

      VH, we need guns to protect ourselves from commie POS like you. You wanna try to take them, you’ll get the dirt nap instead.

  30. Vote Hillary now says:

    Other than hunting, why do people need guns? They want them, ok but do not ” need” them. The only people tho should have the high power guns is the law enforcement people and the Army. It’s time to admit that America is a much more dangerous place because there is easy access to guns, and we need to just make it illegal to possess them and make people turn them in… Just my opinion.

    • Macman says:

      Anybody that advocates/promotes voting for HC is foolish, to say the least. You need to understand this simple FACT: the areas of the country that have the strictest gun laws, have the highest crime rates. That’s just one reason for owning guns. Your type is another!

    • Warchild Dammit! says:

      Too funny,Hillary,either you are a troll or drunk and hit wrong page.Look up democide in the 20th century,more killed then the wars of same time combinedby their own govts..The Armenian death march/stalins/hitlers/maos millions/oh,the smaller 800,000 or so in Rwanda/lets not forget polpot,damn,many more but you get the point,more then enuff reason to own guns right there,even if you didn’t agree with the birth right of self defense that was reconized in bill of rights.

      Actually Hillary,anyone with a few hundred dollars and a big box store can do much larger damage weapons wise then just firearms ,better outlaw them,oh,lets not forget gas stations,another dangerous product,again,a endless list.

      Hence,for the reasons listed above in my opinion you are wrong(perhaps soon dead wrong if societal upheaval/natural disaster ect.)but a firm believer in freedom of speech,no matter how stupid.

    • freewill says:

      a standing army can never be formidable to the liberties of the people…the Bolshevik Revolution and Nazi Germany is why..

    • MrNoItAl says:

      You’re an idiot, just my opinion. I live in Arizona and illegal border crossers walk my road regularly. The only reason they don’t mess with anyone out here is because they’ve been told we are armed. Pretty soon Obama is going to inundate this country with refugees with rape and beheading on their mind, it only takes one! If I were to call 911 right now an officer would arrive after I was dead. Gun violence in America has plummeted since Obama has been president because gun sales have gone through the roof.

    • DAMed in NY says:

      Because the second amendment states that we have the RIGHT to own them. It is irrelevant why we want them. As soon as people (like you) start peeling away at our rights, we will forfeit all of our rights. How do you feel about the third amendment?

    • DAMed in NY says:

      To Vote Hillary I would also say that our own government has done more to put illegal weapons directly into the hands of people who wish us harm that the average gun owner. By our temporary support of one regime or another, we train and provide weapons which are always used against us. With illegal gun running to Mexico and other countries. And you are lucky that you haven’t had to wait for the police to arrive to “save you” from a thug who wishes to harm you. It appears that the heaviest gun crime occurs in metropolitan areas that are “managed” by those who want strict gun control. How’s that working for you? You are aware that Congress must abide by any laws that they pass for us common people so I guess they would not be entitled to have people with guns guarding them. I am being sarcastic since we all know it doesn’t work that way even though it is supposed to work that way.

  31. >>”The 2nd Amendment makes gun ownership an inalienable right…”<<

    Unalienable, not Inalienable. The Declaration of Independence makes reference to Unalienable rights. Unalienable and Inalienable are exact opposites in meaning.

  32. TRUTH BE TOLD says:

    The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”

    Mr warburg did not say this…. Benjamin Disraeli, first Prime Minister of England, in a novel he published in 1844 called Coningsby, the New Generation said it…

  33. swinging richard says:

    Soros is amoral. He is driven by making money. Sold out his own.

  34. Anonymous says:

    The fact is, if all the liberal billionaires dump their stock in gun manufacturetes, we the people can buy some at fire sale prices, and get rich supporting the 2nd Amendment like they are now….. Sounds great, hope they do it, and that websites like this notify us when it’s time to BUY.

  35. freewill says:

    selling their shares wont hurt the manufacturers one bit..it will just drive up profits, gun sales are over a million a month, and..state after state is drafting bills to nullify federal infringements on the second amendment

  36. Kevin Beck says:

    Well, if that doofus wants to sell his investments in firearms companies, I’ll be glad to help pick up the slack.

  37. LostProton says:

    This “incompetent to handle one’s affairs” is a trap! Those of us that are not retired yet may have our pay checks direct deposited. We may have our utilities paid directly from our checking accounts; does that make us incompetent to do our own business? These are the push for a cashless society, but those same actions by retired individuals will be viewed as an incompetence to handling one’s own affairs by some unelected, appointed official who has an agenda to drive. Watch Obama on this because his Executive Orders are not out for public comment first. Once Obama sets this up on an Executive Order with all the stipulations defining incompetence; there will be no stopping him from confiscating firearms from those retired persons who fit his profile of an incompetent retired person.

  38. freewill says:

    oh, i almost forgot…join the fight! tenthamendmentcenter.com

  39. freewill says:

    how long does it take for the censors to decide if their gonna honor free speech or not?

  40. MrNoItAl says:

    This is the plan on getting our guns. It almost happened when Cankles was SoS and again under Frankenstein (Kerry). Obama is a shoe-in for Secretary General of the UN. If a Democrat is president and puts 3 or 4 socialists into the Supreme Court Obama will have the acting SoS sign the treaty giving the UN authority to gather information on who owns which guns in the US. Cankles refused to sign it when it was presented to her because of her future plans. Kerry signed it but it barely failed ratification in the Senate. Once they have the info, they will be at your door.

  41. JCREBEL55 says:

    I Have a very serious response to the George Soros along with Obama’sw illegal gun control ploys. If obama has been manipulating the gun market causing large gun sales and his good buddy George Soros has large investments in guns and ammunition, is this not illegally manipulating the market place via executive fiat to financial gains to George Soros, kinda like he destroyed the british pound, He in collaboration with Obama has been making great strident gains from Obamas illegal executive orders. The guy probably made billions due to Obamas over reach of our constitution. Should this not be investigated. This sounds crimminal to me?

  42. Wing Chun man says:

    No surprise from Soros, the POS that wants to spread global socialism

  43. Big Picture says:

    Let’s be realistic about what they are really doing. Do they want guns out of our hands? Yes! But they buy stocks to make money, not rid us of guns. Buying gun stocks when demand is high, thanks to Pres. Obama assuring gun sales skyrocket inciting panic over banning certain guns.

    Now that they have bought in and stocks have risen, it is time to get out before the market starts to cool down as people realize the next President is most likely to be a Republican who supports the 2nd amendment, and the buying panic will subside.

    Buy low, sell high, and if by chance it damages a gun company they will just see that as a pleasant side effect.

    Is Soros rich? Yes! Does he have more money than all of the American gun owners combined? No! The gun companies will be fine as long as the American voters put a President in office who has actually read and understands the Constitution.

    Hopefully they will look at what each candidate has done for the last 12-15 years and not the last 6 months. A tiger can’t change his stripes, but a liar can change his story. Look back at each candidates past actions and educate yourself on their values. Disregard the news clips and vote for the candidate that has acted the most like what you would like to see in office over the last decade. There are likely less than 5 running who will not finish destroying our Constitutional Republic. Unfortunately, most voters do not even know that form of government is what the US was founded as, not a democracy.

  44. JoeThePimpernel says:

    BUY! BUY! BUY!

  45. Rich says:

    Marxist and Islamists who infect our federal government plus the media whores who protect them will gleefully lie, falsify, fabricate, slander, libel, deceive, delude, bribe, and treasonably betray the free citizens of the United States..

    Second Amendment foes lying about gun control – Firearms are our constitutionally mandated safeguard against tyranny by a powerful federal government. Only dictators, tyrants, despots, totalitarians, and those who want to control and ultimately to enslave you support gun control.

    No matter what any president, senator, congressman, or hard-left mainstream media whores tell you concerning the statist utopian fantasy of safety and security through further gun control: They are lying. If their lips are moving, they are lying about gun control. These despots truly hate America..

    These tyrants hate freedom, liberty, personal responsibility, and private property. But the reality is that our citizens’ ownership of firearms serves as a concrete deterrent against despotism. They are demanding to hold the absolute power of life and death over you and your family. Ask the six million Jews, and the other five million murdered martyrs who perished in the Nazi death camps, how being disarmed by a powerful tyranny ended any chances of fighting back. Ask the murdered martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto about gun control.

    Their single agenda is to control you after you are disarmed. When the people who want to control you hold the absolute power of life and death over your family, you have been enslaved. The hard-left Marxist and Islamists who infect our federal government plus the MSM media whores who protect them will gleefully lie, falsify, fabricate, slander, libel, deceive, delude, bribe, and treasonably betray the free citizens of the United States into becoming an unarmed population. Unarmed populations have been treated as slaves and chattel since the dawn of history.

    Will we stand our ground, maintaining our constitutionally guaranteed Second Amendment rights, fighting those who would enslave us?

    American Thinker

  46. USMC1982 says:

    If he dumps them it is only because he thinks that there will be no more gun control push from Obama and the next President will likely be pro-gun. Therefore he has ridden them up and made a fortune from Obama’s rhetoric.

    Now is time to dump, but, there will be someone there to buy them I think it wont do much long term damage.

    The next DemoRat that is elected President, he will most likely buy again…

  47. Michael Price says:

    If Wall Street dumps gun stocks it would be a massive gift to the common man. Gun companies are pretty easy to understand, and lots of people have access to tens of thousands of dollars. You don’t neceesarily have that much in cash but if you own at least 1/2 your own house you have about $125K in available capital. That’s about 1/1,000,000 of the market cap for Sturm, Ruger. Add all the people who have retirements funds actually sufficient to fund their retirement and funding the gun industry isn’t that hard. Particularly when more and more scandals come out about the “advice” banks give to their customers.