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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Iraqi immigrant rapes 10yr old in Vienna, due to "accumulation of sexual energy" on: February 08, 2016, 10:28:40 PM
Sure the 10 years old kid with his magnum, that would have totally helped him xD

Dude don't try to promote gun freedom everywhere! It has its uses, but it's not perfect ^^


Nobody expect that 10 years old boy carries gun with him. And none expect that his child ll be raped on swimming pool. Solution is not to accept refugees and people who don't respect civilized values and behave in that way..it were media chaos when one pool in Vienna prohibited to migrants entrance there because of sexual assult on woman in swimwear and almost headlines speak about nazi, Hitler...what would they say now


Problem being that you're wrong here.
It wouldn't make anyone think twice. Rape is not something thought and planned most of the time. Which means they don't THINK.

Well, castration is a good definitive solution though. Or death penalty/lifetime jail.
I don't think rape should be forgiven, ever.

Anyone else see the irony in a gun ban advocate calling for the death penalty for rapists? If only the victim had a gun to begin with, they wouldn't be raped and the rapist would still be alive and learn that it is not worth it after confronting an armed would-be victim. Of course this makes too much sense.

Better to let the rape happen and just execute people after, because after all guns are scary! I saw Scarface I know all about guns!

Anyone else is seeing the difference between saying that death or castration is a good definitive solution and advocating for legal creation of that solution?
And I don't see the link between gun freedom and death penalty, it has like NOTHING in common in fact, beside the fact that USA are fund of both.

Oh yeah it would have totally helped the 10 years old boy to have a gun with him!!! For sure it would have been really helpful!!! You clearly convinced me with such an argument Roll Eyes


I assumed people reading would have enough common sense to understand I was not advocating the little boy should have had a gun, and stating so is little more than a straw man logical fallacy designed to distract from my actual argument. I should have known better than to expect any common sense on this forum.

In reality I was drawing attention to the irony of some one demanding "protection" of life by banning guns, and being willing to allow other rapes (such as adult women) and then executing the assailant after the fact rather than imprisoning them or god forbid just stopping the attack by being armed in the first place, most likely leading to everyone living free and unviolated.

I am simply pointing out your hypocrisy. You claim to want to protect life out of one side of your mouth while you allow the rape and execution of people with those same ideals out the other side of your mouth as a direct result of your anti-gun stance.





Well it's not the stupidest reason for rape I guess...?  

But this is a headline (and post here on bct) that reeks of sensationalism.  Doesn't matter if the rapist is an Iraqi immigrant or that it was a child.  These things, while horrible, happen all the time.  There's nothing special about this, though I definitely wouldn't say that to the parents here.  It's just that the headline wants to imply more than is there, i.e., that the child rape is due to the person being Iraqi and an immigrant.  No?

Sodomy, especially of young boys is something that is fairly common in Arab culture. It is not just sensationalism. If you do some actual research on the subject you will see what I say is true. There is certainly a pattern in the Arab world of raping young boys more so than the rest of the world in general. Part of the reason for this is they are so sexually repressed when it comes to women. They see women as being for reproduction and boys as being for fucking. This unfortunately is reality, not just sensationalism.
In other words women are for fucking and boys are for Fucking.  Got it.  Any Arabs in the house who want to tackle this one?

I am not trying to excuse any of this behavior, but I am simply trying to relate my experience from direct interaction with people from the middle east that I have had in various venues. They see women as for marrying and having kids only, and boys as sex objects. Many of these perpetrators were raped themselves as children, and they see it as a right of passage. They were used as a child and therefore they feel as if they have the same right to use boys this way. BTW you probably aren't going to find many Arabs here willing to comment on this topic because it brings a lot of shame to them and their culture, especially from the international community who finds such ideas to be vile and unacceptable. I have however had Arabs admit these things to me in private discussion. Perhaps maybe you should make an Arab friend first, then ask him?

Unfortunately, the matter of "little boys and Arab culture" is true.  I don't think you mean "Arab culture," more like "middle eastern culture" perhaps.

RE bolded above, there is an actual historical case which occurred only about 20 miles from where I live.  An 11 year old and 8 year old brothers were walking to school, and for unrelated reasons were carrying four of their Dad's rifles.  They were set on by a band of six Indians.  The 8 year old proceeded to load, and the 11 year old fired.  These were single shot muskets, and at the end of this skirmish there were four dead Indians, one seriously wounded, and one that fled.  The two boys proceeded to their school house.  There is no record of their being marked as tardy.

A Calvary officer arrived some weeks later, and wrote the incident up and recorded it.  Pre Civil War era, which would mean 1845+.

Maybe we are headed back to those times?  Does not bother me.  This incident is interesting because it shows perhaps how we train children to be "children." 

Yes maybe my terminology was not correct, but it is difficult to be precise when the region has been in constant conflict for thousands of years and has so much displacement. As far as training children to be children, I agree completely. Observe the difference between parents that treat their children as developing adults as opposed to the ones who coddle their children constantly doing things for them they could do themselves, and observe the developmental differences. This coddling creates dependence that later develops into dependence on the government. Unfortunately the soviet based "educational" model currently deployed in the USA and elsewhere is not that. the soviet model also seeks to create a system of dependence on the government.  

It is quite astounding what children are capable of if given the correct developmental environment. Not that it is the correct developmental environment, but I wonder if an armed child soldier in the Congo would have been so easily raped? I guess it is largely a matter of developmental acceleration for better or worse. History (and modern reality) shows us children can be just as capable as many so called adults.
2  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Silicon Valley’s Cult of Male Ego on: February 08, 2016, 06:14:52 PM
Of course the predominance of males in the tech industry could not just be a matter of personal preference and a direct result of freedom of choice now could it? NO! OF COURSE NOT! It MUST be a direct result of discrimination, and women certainly do not have similar "gender monopolies" on any fields like nursing, arts, or education now do they? No of course not! Any time women dominate an industry that is equality. Any time men dominate an industry it is discrimination. Additionally even making the suggestion that men and women in general prefer different types of occupations is SEXIST!


The Gender Equality Paradox
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5LRdW8xw70
3  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Iraqi immigrant rapes 10yr old in Vienna, due to "accumulation of sexual energy" on: February 08, 2016, 05:47:57 PM
Sure the 10 years old kid with his magnum, that would have totally helped him xD

Dude don't try to promote gun freedom everywhere! It has its uses, but it's not perfect ^^


Nobody expect that 10 years old boy carries gun with him. And none expect that his child ll be raped on swimming pool. Solution is not to accept refugees and people who don't respect civilized values and behave in that way..it were media chaos when one pool in Vienna prohibited to migrants entrance there because of sexual assult on woman in swimwear and almost headlines speak about nazi, Hitler...what would they say now


Problem being that you're wrong here.
It wouldn't make anyone think twice. Rape is not something thought and planned most of the time. Which means they don't THINK.

Well, castration is a good definitive solution though. Or death penalty/lifetime jail.
I don't think rape should be forgiven, ever.

Anyone else see the irony in a gun ban advocate calling for the death penalty for rapists? If only the victim had a gun to begin with, they wouldn't be raped and the rapist would still be alive and learn that it is not worth it after confronting an armed would-be victim. Of course this makes too much sense.

Better to let the rape happen and just execute people after, because after all guns are scary! I saw Scarface I know all about guns!

Anyone else is seeing the difference between saying that death or castration is a good definitive solution and advocating for legal creation of that solution?
And I don't see the link between gun freedom and death penalty, it has like NOTHING in common in fact, beside the fact that USA are fund of both.

Oh yeah it would have totally helped the 10 years old boy to have a gun with him!!! For sure it would have been really helpful!!! You clearly convinced me with such an argument Roll Eyes


I assumed people reading would have enough common sense to understand I was not advocating the little boy should have had a gun, and stating so is little more than a straw man logical fallacy designed to distract from my actual argument. I should have known better than to expect any common sense on this forum.

In reality I was drawing attention to the irony of some one demanding "protection" of life by banning guns, and being willing to allow other rapes (such as adult women) and then executing the assailant after the fact rather than imprisoning them or god forbid just stopping the attack by being armed in the first place, most likely leading to everyone living free and unviolated.

I am simply pointing out your hypocrisy. You claim to want to protect life out of one side of your mouth while you allow the rape and execution of people with those same ideals out the other side of your mouth as a direct result of your anti-gun stance.





Well it's not the stupidest reason for rape I guess...? 

But this is a headline (and post here on bct) that reeks of sensationalism.  Doesn't matter if the rapist is an Iraqi immigrant or that it was a child.  These things, while horrible, happen all the time.  There's nothing special about this, though I definitely wouldn't say that to the parents here.  It's just that the headline wants to imply more than is there, i.e., that the child rape is due to the person being Iraqi and an immigrant.  No?

Sodomy, especially of young boys is something that is fairly common in Arab culture. It is not just sensationalism. If you do some actual research on the subject you will see what I say is true. There is certainly a pattern in the Arab world of raping young boys more so than the rest of the world in general. Part of the reason for this is they are so sexually repressed when it comes to women. They see women as being for reproduction and boys as being for fucking. This unfortunately is reality, not just sensationalism.
In other words women are for fucking and boys are for Fucking.  Got it.  Any Arabs in the house who want to tackle this one?

I am not trying to excuse any of this behavior, but I am simply trying to relate my experience from direct interaction with people from the middle east that I have had in various venues. They see women as for marrying and having kids only, and boys as sex objects. Many of these perpetrators were raped themselves as children, and they see it as a right of passage. They were used as a child and therefore they feel as if they have the same right to use boys this way. BTW you probably aren't going to find many Arabs here willing to comment on this topic because it brings a lot of shame to them and their culture, especially from the international community who finds such ideas to be vile and unacceptable. I have however had Arabs admit these things to me in private discussion. Perhaps maybe you should make an Arab friend first, then ask him?
4  Economy / Goods / Re: Buying silver @ spot for BTC or LTC - PM ME on: February 08, 2016, 05:35:09 PM
I may also be interested in gold coinage if it is for the right price. Last call for now, I am willing to make 1 or 2 more buys. Any one else?
5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Iraqi immigrant rapes 10yr old in Vienna, due to "accumulation of sexual energy" on: February 08, 2016, 08:44:21 AM
Problem being that you're wrong here.
It wouldn't make anyone think twice. Rape is not something thought and planned most of the time. Which means they don't THINK.

Well, castration is a good definitive solution though. Or death penalty/lifetime jail.
I don't think rape should be forgiven, ever.

Anyone else see the irony in a gun ban advocate calling for the death penalty for rapists? If only the victim had a gun to begin with, they wouldn't be raped and the rapist would still be alive and learn that it is not worth it after confronting an armed would-be victim. Of course this makes too much sense.

Better to let the rape happen and just execute people after, because after all guns are scary! I saw Scarface I know all about guns!
6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: A week out West: Oregon militia standoff hits day 7 on: February 08, 2016, 08:37:23 AM
I should have been more specific and specified that The Constitution is an example of common law, not the basis of it.
7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: A week out West: Oregon militia standoff hits day 7 on: February 08, 2016, 05:01:28 AM
What you are talking about is the difference between common law and maritime contract law. Common law is the constitution which includes all of your human rights and restrictions of government powers. Maritime, or commercial contract law basically consists of anything anyone can legally consent to in a commercial contract. The problem is the current government is operating under maritime law, but under the color of common law. They rely on tricking people into confusing the two types of law in order to get them to consent to giving up all of their rights under a private contract. This is why they consider "sovereign citizens" so dangerous, because they understand the legal fraud that is being perpetrated under color of law. If they start telling people, and people start understanding, the current legal system as it is known today will have no teeth and all rights will be able to be restored and legally protected.

A small example that you can see for yourself. Next time you are in a court room check out the flag. You will notice it is different than flags you would find at schools or other public buildings. The flag in court will have a gold fringe trim around the outside of it, and this signifies the court is under the jurisdiction of maritime law, not common law, as a standard USA flag would represent. This is an example of one of the subtle ways they inform you of their jurisdiction without straight out telling you. If you aren't paying attention you don't have an option but to be at the mercy of the court, because you have long ago given them consent to take all of your rights just by appearing there and identifying yourself and therefore giving them jurisdiction over you in a court of Maritme law. Imagine it as if Microsoft were taking you to criminal court over violating its Terms Of Service agreement, and then imposing criminal penalties for violating it. What the government is doing is no different, and is just as complicated if not more so.
8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Iraqi immigrant rapes 10yr old in Vienna, due to "accumulation of sexual energy" on: February 08, 2016, 04:47:51 AM
Well it's not the stupidest reason for rape I guess...? 

But this is a headline (and post here on bct) that reeks of sensationalism.  Doesn't matter if the rapist is an Iraqi immigrant or that it was a child.  These things, while horrible, happen all the time.  There's nothing special about this, though I definitely wouldn't say that to the parents here.  It's just that the headline wants to imply more than is there, i.e., that the child rape is due to the person being Iraqi and an immigrant.  No?

Sodomy, especially of young boys is something that is fairly common in Arab culture. It is not just sensationalism. If you do some actual research on the subject you will see what I say is true. There is certainly a pattern in the Arab world of raping young boys more so than the rest of the world in general. Part of the reason for this is they are so sexually repressed when it comes to women. They see women as being for reproduction and boys as being for fucking. This unfortunately is reality, not just sensationalism.
9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What's your opinion of gun control? on: February 07, 2016, 09:01:26 AM
So, although dogs are clearly quite effective, the effectiveness might be, in part, a symbiosis between dogs and guns.


If a lot of people started using dogs, or if people who were really good targets from the point of view of thieves started using dogs, a lot more dogs would be poisoned with juicy slabs of meat.  Granted, this is more difficult with an inside dog than one which roams the outside yard.

But the important point is that any single rule for defense is inadequate.  Technically, this leads to suggesting "layered defense" which has a number of aspects.  However, the immediate moment that we mention something like this, one thing becomes obvious.

And that is that people with no experience with firearms, or issues of security, have no business trying to tell other people how to defend themselves, and they need to simply STFU.

Who said you needed to poison them? Most "guard dogs" will be perfectly happy to ignore you for a few slices of bologna. Luckily you can't disable a firearm with bologna (unless you can get it inside the gun some how I would assume, I have never attempted to stop a firearm with lunch meat).
10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The hatefull cult of the "Black Hebrew Israelites" on: February 07, 2016, 12:15:44 AM
literally just internet things. But as internet becomes more and more widespread, the virtual reality leaks into the physical World

This isn't really just internet things, there are several followers of this cult across the USA and many of them have an active preaching schedule. This is much more than just an internet sensation.

I have to confirm these people are real, they have been around for years, and they are more than just an internet fad. I have run across some of these guys a few years back and managed to ask some questions after he confirmed I am of the correct racial heritage to have my questions answered. They are very focused on racial supremacy, and claim to be the real Jews. They practice a lot of ideologies found within Jewish culture and religious dogmas. They are openly hostile to whites, and only amicable to people who they believe share their dark skinned "Israelite" heritage, such as Hispanics, or native Americans.  According to Jewish tradition you are only considered a true "Israelite" if your mother is Jewish, and this is something they seem to focus on a lot. To me it seems like a perversion of Judaism specific to the American black community very similar to how the American black community formed their own version of Islam with a focus on African American culture and racial purity and superiority as an issue. This version of Judeasm however seems to be unsettling regarding racial superiority and how much value they place upon it and alarms me quite a bit more than the African American brand of Islam, which can be somewhat militant but in general shows respect for other cultures, religions, and races.
11  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What's your opinion of gun control? on: February 05, 2016, 06:28:09 PM
I just don't exactly see other reasons explaining such a difference, and especially not the "USA is more diversified" bullshit of Tecshare which is not only insulting for the whole EU but also based on absolutely nothing as far as I can see.

I already explained why my statement was correct.

He who claims proves, and your proof is not very compelling, especially considering how large and diverse the US is compared to these other countries.


EU has twice the population of USA, 28 times the legislation complexity, numerous different cultures and etcnics groups, dense history, more or less 25 different languages, and you just come here and caim that it's "not so much diversified, especially compared to the US".

Unfortunately all of Europe is not a country. Europe is a collection of countries all with different policies, laws, cultures, ethnic groups, population densities, taxes, and national budgets. Europe is subdivided into many smaller nations. The USA is ONE SINGLE NATION composed of more than 300 million people, all of them from different places all over the globe.

In France there are native French who all share a common culture. In Spain there are native Spanish that all share a common culture. In Sweden there are Swedish who all share a common culture. This provides for more cooperation and understanding within local communities that the USA does not share because it consists of one single, very large nation upon which it is illogical to impose laws which might otherwise be effective for your otherwise tiny and more culturally homogeneous nations. Of course this whole side topic itself is a strawman argument, but this time I actually did make this claim, so I felt I should defend it regardless of your fallacious diversionary tactics.
12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What's your opinion of gun control? on: February 05, 2016, 02:40:14 PM
I'm for gun control in the means that convicted criminals and children should not have access to it. Besides that people have the right to protect themselves and should be able to own guns.

And how do you ensure that children have no access to guns?

Sadly enough, around 60 children die each year just because they found a gun somewhere. I know it seems not a lot, and it sure isn't compared to the millions of inhabitants. But what does a life is worth? Especially a child life.

And 60 is the federal estimation, most other institutes have MUCH HIGHER data. But even the federal one is too much I think  Undecided

http://everytownresearch.org/reports/innocents_lost/

Thousands of children drown each year, why is it people such as yourself are not rallying to ban swimming pools? Would banning swimming pools not reduce the rate of accidental child deaths much more than banning guns? Why is this less of an issue to you? Perhaps your own bias against and ignorance of firearms?

http://www.cdc.gov/Features/dsSafeSwimmingPool/
13  Economy / Goods / Buying silver @ spot for BTC or LTC - PM ME on: February 04, 2016, 05:06:20 PM
I am currently buying silver at spot price for Bitcoin or Litecoin at current market rates. I am interested in any 90% US coinage, or other .99-.9999 purity silver. I prefer 1 ounce rounds and coins but will consider others.

I expect you to send first so I can verify the authenticity of the metal before paying. I will do this the same day of receipt and prices will be set beforehand at the time of shipment. I reserve the right to return the metal via a method of my choice at my expense. Please take a moment to review my post and trust histories. I have hundreds of trades completed, thousands in value entrusted to me, and all obligations met over my 4 years of trade history. Please PM me to discuss.
14  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Father of girl killed by Pennsylvania cop charged with murder on: February 03, 2016, 11:37:22 AM
and the police get away with throwing flash bangs into baby's cribs here too... whats new? When are people going to wake up to the fact that the police don't give a shit about you as long as they have their own asses covered. Their job is to turn you into a  slave. Literally. Police patrols as it is known in the US were created as slave patrols when slavery was legal in the US and after as a way to control slave and former slave populations! People forget slavery is still "legal" if you are convicted of a crime, how that crime is defined is unfortunately open to wide interpretation.
15  Local / India / Re: Looking for Gymnema Sylvestre Seeds (AKA Gurmar) on: February 03, 2016, 10:58:35 AM
Still looking.
16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What's your opinion of gun control? on: February 03, 2016, 09:18:35 AM
Which make me come back to my original point.... Where is Michael Moore lying?

It seems he's perfectly right no?

And I'm seeing a HUGE problem with the fact that more or less anyone can sell firearms and bullets to more or less anybody Oo

What is the huge problem other than you knee jerk conditioning to associate guns with violence? Do you think that way every time you see a knife or do you think ham sandwich? Just because you have never had a ham sandwich doesn't make the knife only for violence.

I'm no longer arguing with you dude, you're just ignoring the parts of my speech that are troublesome for you.

Wanna know what I think is a problem? I think there is a huge correlation between gun freedom and the incredible high violent crimes rate of your country. And I see no really good point in gun liberty as you're not protected from anything, neither banks nor rapes. Again I brought to you stats making those points.


You were never debating me, you were just stringing together a bunch of logical fallacies and opinions. You are just mad because I dissected each and every one of them and proved how full of shit you are using the science of language - logic. You should learn it.

Who the fuck are you some cheese munching Frenchman thousands of miles away in his own personal French Caliphate to tell Americans that they get no protection from guns just because you object to them? BTW the premise behind "your stats" was flawed, and I explained in detail why in previous posts even if you are too willfully ignorant to read it.


Damn how can I be more precise than that...
My claim was that gun control helps to prevent violent crimes and that gun freedom doesn't help to fight crimes.
My evidence is that 28/28 EU nation have less violent crimes than USA, and the vast majority (26/28) have less rapes.
Show me the "logical fallacy" here. And I'm trying to debate with you but you don't give a fuck about my arguments and don't explain yours. I'm still waiting for your evidence that USA is "incredibly has more diversity than EU".

Who am I? Well, I don't know, maybe just a Bitcointalk user who came on a thread called "what's your OPINION on gun control" and who decided to share his OPINION on gun control and is supporting his claim with statistical proofs that EU countries are less violents than USA and BELIEVE it's linked to gun control.

You want an absolute proof? That's impossible! The only way to actually prove it would be to instaure gun control in half of the USA and to see if it changes anything...

Does gun control help prevent violent crimes or doesn't it? Make up your mind. You don't sound very precise at all. I already emboldened and numbered your logical fallacies and linked descriptions, I am not sure how much more clear I could make that part. If your premise that guns do not prevent violence is true then Australia, Belgium, and Sweden wouldn't have higher rape stats considering their strict gun control no? These countries  crumble your premise that guns do not prevent violence. Additionally people tend to not report ATTEMPTED crimes that failed due to simply brandishing a firearm in self defense, so it is quite likely the statistics of defensive use of firearms are very underestimated. Just because I expect you to follow the rules of logic and support your opinion s with fact doesn't mean I am demanding "absolute proof", this is just more of your extremism showing. If its not your way it must be the exact polar opposite extreme! Merde!




It seems rather obvious that gun control helps the society to be safer. Otherwise why would the whole EU have much less violent crimes?

On the other hand, from a personnal perspective, I like to have the right to defend myself. Not sure I would give my guns, even if I understand that it would make the whole society a bit safer. It's all a question of what you're ready to do for the others ^^

Not obvious at all. Gun statistics are notoriously manipulated at every opportunity. Methods of collection and definitions of crimes are not universal internationally. So those stats mean a lot less than you think, furthermore if you check the latest US stats the overall crime rates continue to fall as the gun ownership rate goes up. Interesting how that works isn't it?

If you want to be disarmed and risk your own personal safety to preserve the safety of others, you are perfectly free to do so. No one will ever make you use a gun unless you want a job as a cop, or in the military. You have the right to do so for yourself, but to force other people to risk their own safety for some lofty poorly calculated statistically increased concept of safety is fundamentally against their human rights to self defense. Forcing other people to actually be vulnerable so you can feel safe is fundamentally sick. If you are afraid of gun owners committing crimes you too have the right to own a gun to defend yourself, but no one is making you. Why does every one else need to be less free to make you feel safe?
17  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump lost Iowa on: February 03, 2016, 01:23:00 AM
Why is no one discussing the fact that a Canadian national is now the republican front runner for president? So what is it the democrats had a Kenyan so the republicans get a Canadian?
18  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What's your opinion of gun control? on: February 03, 2016, 12:57:51 AM
Which make me come back to my original point.... Where is Michael Moore lying?

It seems he's perfectly right no?

And I'm seeing a HUGE problem with the fact that more or less anyone can sell firearms and bullets to more or less anybody Oo

What is the huge problem other than you knee jerk conditioning to associate guns with violence? Do you think that way every time you see a knife or do you think ham sandwich? Just because you have never had a ham sandwich doesn't make the knife only for violence.

I'm no longer arguing with you dude, you're just ignoring the parts of my speech that are troublesome for you.

Wanna know what I think is a problem? I think there is a huge correlation between gun freedom and the incredible high violent crimes rate of your country. And I see no really good point in gun liberty as you're not protected from anything, neither banks nor rapes. Again I brought to you stats making those points.


You were never debating me, you were just stringing together a bunch of logical fallacies and opinions. You are just mad because I dissected each and every one of them and proved how full of shit you are using the science of language - logic. You should learn it.

Who the fuck are you some cheese munching Frenchman thousands of miles away in his own personal French Caliphate to tell Americans that they get no protection from guns just because you object to them? BTW the premise behind "your stats" was flawed, and I explained in detail why in previous posts even if you are too willfully ignorant to read it.


If you are normal,stable person you won't mind if police have in their record that you own a gun. But all people that spits on gun control probably have their own reasons for that which are not with good intentions

WRONG

Law abiding legal gun owners have plenty of reason to oppose a gun registry. First and foremost it is a risk to public safety. Gun registries historically have always lead to gun confiscations. Also what danger would be posed by a military group knowing the address of every home owner in the US? What would then be stopping them from rounding up or neutralizing every gun owner systematically? What if a criminal organization got a hold of that list? What is then stopping criminals from going door to door targeting the homes which have guns, putting even more illegal guns on the black market? Good plan -_-

This is just another case of ignorant Europeans who have never seen a gun in their life let alone shot one displaying knee jerk reactions conditioned into them by their royal over-class, to what amounts to a tool.


After seeing what happened Oregon, I believe that If there were a gun control in the US, this would not happen.
When guns are available easily to anyone to buy, this cause high amounts of crimes


Funny, no one protesting so far has fired a shot, only the FBI murdering one and injuring another. Under gun control police still have guns. How would gun control have prevented this situation again? Of course you are too thick to understand this protest was hijacked to push gun control while trying to cast Average white Americans as terrorists to further justify disarmament. #yallqeda #vanilla isis



19  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What's your opinion of gun control? on: February 02, 2016, 01:33:04 PM
Which make me come back to my original point.... Where is Michael Moore lying?

It seems he's perfectly right no?

And I'm seeing a HUGE problem with the fact that more or less anyone can sell firearms and bullets to more or less anybody Oo

What is the huge problem other than you knee jerk conditioning to associate guns with violence? Do you think that way every time you see a knife or do you think ham sandwich? Just because you have never had a ham sandwich doesn't make the knife only for violence.
20  Local / India / Re: Looking for Gymnema Sylvestre Seeds (AKA Gurmar) on: February 01, 2016, 11:46:43 AM
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