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WTF...im a live by the sword die by the sword kinda guy...if they can find away to take my guns I can find away to make a fully auto potato launcher nd a semi-auto cross bow...that guys a Tard...im blaming violent outbursts and just pointing out his 316 mass shootings in America theory in America that yr was b.s the date on the article is nov 20.2018 even if it was wrote last year its a lie and there hasn't been 314 days yet in 2018,that was a head scratcher i'll never understand that train of thought.

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1 hour ago, Ripcannon said:

WTF...im a live by the sword die by the sword kinda guy...if they can find away to take my guns I can find away to make a fully auto potato launcher nd a semi-auto cross bow...that guys a Tard...im blaming violent outbursts and just pointing out his 316 mass shootings in America theory in America that yr was b.s the date on the article is nov 20.2018 even if it was wrote last year its a lie and there hasn't been 314 days yet in 2018,that was a head scratcher i'll never understand that train of thought.

That's because there is no rational train of thought with the anti rights people. 

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Pro gun arguments and anti-gun arguments are going to be there for a long time.  The problem with guns is not necessarily ownership, the problems lies with those boneheads who use them irresponsibly ,and in turn, screw it up for everyone else.  I'd be willing to bet that most gun owners in this country are responsible, mature, tax-paying citizens who are  aware of what they are doing-just like most people who have a drivers license are probably mature, and responsible enough to realize how dangerous automobiles can be.  Articles like "Why We Need to Take Away Guns" don't seem to be more than mindless words  meant to frighten a public who is gullible enough to believe such rubbish.

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Strictly my opinion here... but the bottom line seems simple to me.  For over two hundred years, the American people bought, sold, collected and carried guns.  Nothing much happened, except eeeevery once in a while, there would be a wacko/villain who would go off the deep end and commit an act of extreme violence.  These were truly "isolated incidents".  Basically, I'm talking about the period of 1890's (the end of the wild west) until 2006 or so.  Today we have a school shooting or night club massacre seemingly every week... although if you'll notice carefully, these events cease when a bigger event, like the border caravans, government shutdown etc. comes along.  Setting aside a rigid statistical analysis, we can draw a couple of fairly obvious conclusions.

 

1.  These mass shootings are possibly being "managed" for some purpose... to further the UN Small Arms Treaty, influence public opinion in regard to changing firearms laws in the country, destroying the Constitution and our national sovereignty, or, as Congressional Bills are so fond of stating: FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

 

2.  There has been a profound change in the way people think/view the world.  For the last 40 years or more, there has been a night-and-day shift in the way we raise and educate our young people.  There is little if any respect for anything: even the value of human life.  There's a laundry list of issues, but the bottom line is; without a solid foundation, kids grow up to be adults; delicate snowflakes who think they can do anything they please... other folks be damned.  Of course, we will always have the mentally challenged among us, but what have we done about their care during the last 40 years?

 

3.  As a society/culture we tolerate things today that would have been punished swiftly and harshly 40-50 years ago.  Chief among these is the belief that we need to restrict the entire population for the actions of a few.  Logic is as dead as the Dodo bird.  People who are intent on doing what they want to do (perform criminal acts) won't care two whits about whatever  laws we make, new or old.  Punish the offender, don't hobble the entire population.

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31 minutes ago, John Last said:

Strictly my opinion here... but the bottom line seems simple to me.  For over two hundred years, the American people bought, sold, collected and carried guns.  Nothing much happened, except eeeevery once in a while, there would be a wacko/villain who would go off the deep end and commit an act of extreme violence.  These were truly "isolated incidents".  Basically, I'm talking about the period of 1890's (the end of the wild west) until 2006 or so.  Today we have a school shooting or night club massacre seemingly every week... although if you'll notice carefully, these events cease when a bigger event, like the border caravans, government shutdown etc. comes along.  Setting aside a rigid statistical analysis, we can draw a couple of fairly obvious conclusions.

 

1.  These mass shootings are possibly being "managed" for some purpose... to further the UN Small Arms Treaty, influence public opinion in regard to changing firearms laws in the country, destroying the Constitution and our national sovereignty, or, as Congressional Bills are so fond of stating: FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

 

2.  There has been a profound change in the way people think/view the world.  For the last 40 years or more, there has been a night-and-day shift in the way we raise and educate our young people.  There is little if any respect for anything: even the value of human life.  There's a laundry list of issues, but the bottom line is; without a solid foundation, kids grow up to be adults; delicate snowflakes who think they can do anything they please... other folks be damned.  Of course, we will always have the mentally challenged among us, but what have we done about their care during the last 40 years?

 

3.  As a society/culture we tolerate things today that would have been punished swiftly and harshly 40-50 years ago.  Chief among these is the belief that we need to restrict the entire population for the actions of a few.  Logic is as dead as the Dodo bird.  People who are intent on doing what they want to do (perform criminal acts) won't care two whits about whatever  laws we make, new or old.  Punish the offender, don't hobble the entire population.

I'm afraid it goes deeper, they are in fact managed but not in the way most will consider. I have DOD documents that can prove this narrative(can't display docs here due to self preservation) It all started with David Rothchild founding Hitler's regime via: GE and Bayer to found doctors and scientists in a project to influence the human mind. Quickly after WWII USDOD rallied a joint operation (Project Paperclip) to round these individuals for further studies. By the mid 80s they have completed their studies and set a date to activate after a "terrorist attack" I want you to consider the profile of each shooter since Gabriel Gifferds to now and pay close attention to each shooter's similarities. (look into their Rx drug history) not to mention every shooter turns the gun on them self so we lose the motive. To make things more obvious recall the news, why is the same woman in five of the shootings in different states in the news as a "witness" and promptly advocates gun control? She has been identified as one Jean sherfild a CIA agent who was supposed to be in Nicaragua at the time. (CIA is a private company of special interest built by David Rothchild)

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