(NaturalNews) The city of Worcester, Massachusetts has one helluva deal for ya! Turn in your guns, and you'll get a free flu shot in return.
It's all part of the city's annual "Goods for Guns Buyback Program" which sounds like an April Fools joke but actually isn't.
So here's how it works: You locate a firearm that might protect you from violent crime or even a runaway criminal government someday, and you bring it to the police department. Then they destroy your gun and in return for this, they assault you with mercury-laced vaccines and call it "even."
Hmmm... gee, sounds like a bargain if you're a brain-dead zombie. Me think guns bad, vaccines good, must destroy guns... take vaccine shots... watch TV... drink fluoride. Government GOOD!
What I'm trying to figure out here is how stupid the local Massachusetts government officials must be to think that residents will somehow figure this exchange is a good deal. It's kind of like being offered something like: "You give me all your money, and I'll punch you in the face. Deal?"
Or, "You hand over that nice car you're driving, and I'll shoot you in the stomach, and we'll call it even."
We congratulate the city of Worcester, MA for its hat trick of triple tyranny. No other local government in the United States has put together a program that so completely destroys an individual's freedom, health and assets all at once. Turn in your guns, you zombies! Rest assured all the criminals running around your town will find it endlessly amusing. ("Wow, the law-abiding citizens are disarming themselves!")
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