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Modern Greek pronunciation (Mo-lawn La-ve) means “Come and take
is a classical expression of defiance reportedly spoken by King
Leonidas I in respone to the Ppersian arm’s demand that the
Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae.Molon
has been repeated by many later generals and politicians in order to
express an army's or nation's determination not to surrender.
Molon labe is also the is also the motto of United States Special
Operations. The expression "Come
and take them" was a slogan in the Texas Revolution as
well.In America, both the original Greek phrase and its English
translation is popular among supporters of the Second Amendment, as
the phrase has connotation of a strong belief in the ideals of
personal freedom and in the individual right to self-protection.
or firearms freedom context, the phrase expresses the notion that the
person uttering the phrase is a strong believer in these ideals and
will not surrender their firearms to anyone, including governmental
authority, without strong resistance.
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