Cody Wilson Creator of 3D Printed Gun Says “Gun Control is Dangerous”

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RT recently spoke with Cody Wilson, the creator of the 3D-printed firearm.

Activist Post pointed out that when asked why he supports decentralized power after all the “progress” society has made from tribal societies to federal power, Wilson responds:

I’m seeing nothing but, from my perspective, a train in perpetual derailment, retrograde abuses of liberties, in that there is no concept the real human rights. It’s just something we use to go like bomb Iraq, or take over a country or assert our economic dominance. I’m seeing a slide toward barbarism, not toward civilization that you’re there you’re implying. I’m doing everything I can to maintain a distance that separates us and keep our humanity as individuals.

 

Cody Rutledge Wilson (born January 31, 1988) is an American crypto-anarchist[1][2] and free-market anarchist, and activist, best known as a founder/director of Defense Distributed, a non-profit organization that develops and publishes open source gun designs, so-called “Wiki Weapons“, suitable for 3D printing.

Defense Distributed gained international notoriety in 2013 when it published plans online for the Liberator, a functioning pistol that could be reproduced with a 3D printer. USA Carry named Wilson one of America’s “30 Influential Pro-Gun Rights Advocates,” and Wired Magazines “Danger Room” has named him one of “The 15 Most Dangerous People in the World

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