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In contemporary America, as in the West generally, we are witnessing a diminution of traditional self-reliant values. With this, there has been a strong shift to a passive, group think perspective. It’s our belief that the demand for extreme gun control goes beyond normal passivity and enters the realm of a psychological disorder.

Let’s clarify the term “Passivity Disorder”. We all recognize that passive people are less likely to argue about or object to changing circumstances. They are also prone to taking direction. The pathologically passive are even susceptible to taking direction to act against their own well-being. It becomes a general, non-sexual masochism.

Source: Gun Control: A Passivity Disorder? – Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership

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