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Gun control

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Gun control

Postby NicoChristian » Tue Mar 12, 2013 3:57 pm

Gun control, or should I say disarming free White men is once again upon us. I live in a country where firearms are not easy to obtain and where gun control has become part of everyday life. Weapons should be freely available for people to carry and to use to defend themselves. It's a fundamental Biblical right to be able to bear arms and defend oneself. A disarmed citizenry are at the mercy of a tyrannical Communist government. So-called shootings are probably staged by the FBI anyway, laws don't get passed without the help of internal government terrorism. Stockpile your weapons, as many as you can to share with those who've been unable to do so. Guns, weapons are part of the White man's culture and religion, only spiritually sick, Communists want to be at the mercy of niggers and wogs. They disgust me and deserve to be massacred by the mud races.
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Re: Gun control

Postby Filidh » Mon Mar 25, 2013 7:23 pm

In Mein Kampf, Hitler talks about how people stockpiled weapons after the WW1, when gun-control laws were being enacted. All the Germans did then was go into the woods and train themselves, just like many Americans do today. And just like many Germans are doing today, and indeed many Europeans in general.
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Re: Gun control

Postby NicoChristian » Mon Apr 29, 2013 2:48 pm

Gun control in communist countries is always the toughest. I've noticed that either communist or former communist countries have strict gun control. China, Russia along with other communist countries have strict gun control. To be honest it seems only America is pretty free with gun ownership. The NRA is very powerful that's why I think that gun control in America like that in Europe would be impossible. Of course the communists in America never cease trying to tighten up gun control in America, but with so many guns and the second amendment it will take a lot of effort or not happen at all. The good thing about America is that while some states may have strict gun control others don't. I know in America you guys have a zero tolerance approach to gun control (and so you should), but compared to Europe your laws would be a dream.

Gun ownership is a universal right to all good citizens of society, the right to defend oneself and ones property is essential to maintaining a low level of crime. Armed citizens reduce crime and help the police do their job. The truth is that the government want a disarmed populace helpless to defend themselves and helpless to oppose the government. I hate communism and socialist ideology, they don't deserve the rights and privileges that we have given them. I've noticed all they want to do is destroy a healthy society. They will burn in hell.
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Re: Gun control

Postby wmfinck » Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:03 am

NicoChristian wrote:Gun ownership is a universal right to all good citizens of society, the right to defend oneself and ones property is essential to maintaining a low level of crime.


No, gun control is a universal right to all citizens of society, period. Once the NRA allowed the government to arbitrarily remove a right from certain citizens who were not "good", then they allowed the government to lead us down the slippery slope of gun prohibition. If rights come from God, then only God can take them away, and they are not subject to the judgements of men to determine who is good or who is bad.
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Re: Gun control

Postby Kentucky » Wed Jun 19, 2013 11:31 am

wmfinck wrote:
NicoChristian wrote:Gun ownership is a universal right to all good citizens of society, the right to defend oneself and ones property is essential to maintaining a low level of crime.


No, gun control is a universal right to all citizens of society, period. Once the NRA allowed the government to arbitrarily remove a right from certain citizens who were not "good", then they allowed the government to lead us down the slippery slope of gun prohibition. If rights come from God, then only God can take them away, and they are not subject to the judgements of men to determine who is good or who is bad.

An even more succinct analogy is free speech. As much as I abhor what some buffoons say publicly, they may be the shill who prompts the Marxist dialectic to shut down my pulpit. In fact, I think most of these school yard shootings and other media churned incidents are planned PSYOP events in order to suspend the 2nd Amendment, which is an inalienable God given right that is a safeguard for free expression. Take away our guns because of an Adam Lanza... I don't think so. IMHO

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Re: Gun control

Postby Fenwick » Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:27 pm

Ironically enough, the first gun control laws in Britain were enacted in 1920 because the government feared there would be a communist uprising. When communists did come to power, they made certain there wouldn't be another uprising.

My own experience with firearms is limited to the few clubs that keep going through official discrimination. After ten years as a sporting shooter my aim still has room to improve. If you handed everybody rifles tomorrow and told them to start a revolution, they'd still be useless because they would have had no training. Personally I'd rather we taught rifle drills in schools, the way the old Etonians used to. Discipline and self control are useful skills for anyone to learn through shooting, and I have a feeling that a lot of our armed criminals would never have become a problem if they'd grown up viewing guns like that.


I also note that committing a crime with a firearm used to be a hanging offence. There was no need to ban anything, the bad people were to afraid to use them! :lol:
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