Laws within themselves are socialist. You heard it here folks!
Laws are a social contract. They exist to the end that the suppression of liberty by ALL within their national scope must be adhered to. In Switzerland, to adhere to this law is the suppression of an individual's liberty to own a firearm without a blessing by the state government unless the citizen is a resource of the state (militiaman) and executes the commands of the government fully.
So its a GLOBAL socialist conspiracy now. Me thinks you need to stop watching so much Glenn Beck.
Yep...ever hear of the U.N? You know, that "governing" entity liberals like yourself worship? You know, UNODA and their Arms Trade/Small Arms Treaty? Yeah, that's what you call "global".
Recently, we even had Washington D.C. try to ban arms from citizen's ownership, outside of government officials security details, etc. until it was struck down in Heller vs. the District of Columbia
There have been lots of Dictators in the history of the world, even before Marx. You still havent shown me
any sort of causation.
Yet, every single socialist that rises to nationalistic power seems to be vehemenant in installing weapon limitations on undesirables. That was the premise of your first smart-assed comment. You stated that no "socialist documents advocated taking away firearms from citizens". I provided quotes and historical examples of where they did and you still disregard them. It's simple, if the ownership of arms doesn't serve these dictator's desires, they remove the weapons by force (Waffen-SS, NKVD/KGB Directorates, Stasi, Red Guard, etc.)
To end, I'll quote Marx himself when he said in his "10 Planks of Communism" from the Communist Manifesto
..."Confiscation of the property (weaponry especially) of all emigrants and rebels
and also Thomas Jefferson's quote of "No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government"~Thomas Jefferson, 1 Thomas Jefferson Papers, pg. 334