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September 18, 2018, 08:12:41 PM
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IMO, people should be given the choice whether whey want to own a fire-arm or not. In places like Texas, where home invasions are very common, the possession of a fire-arm can save many lives. However, the government should make it impossible for people with a criminal record, and those with mental issues from obtaining fire-arms.

I can agree there is certain places where a fire arm in the home is something that can justified, however I will never ever understand why the general public need easy access to army grade auto weapons etc. Absolute bloody madness!!

If you had voted (or have been reported to have voted) for independence from London and London said 'We know better what should happen in Scotland and we have the military grade weapons, so fuck off.' then you might have a better understanding of this.  Such things do happen you know.

I am Scottish and it took just one evil rat to carry out a massacre (Dunblane) for people to flick that switch in their brains and see gun control was a joke at the time. What happened to that children in Dunblane was pure evil.

Pure stagecraft most likely if it is anything like the other 'mass shootings' that the commonwealth 'suffers' from.

There really is a residual difference between Americans who broke away a couple hundred years ago and the populations which remained subjects of the crown.  Thankfully.  To bad that America fell under new management.  Hopefully when Americans figure it out there will be enough vestigial spirit to take the appropriate action.  That's the main reason for dis-armament effort, and the main reason for our 2nd amendment in the first place...'absolute bloody madness' that it may be.

This happens time and time again the USA but still the cavemen refuse to accept they have a serious problem!

More and more of us see the problem quite clearly and accept it.  I mean the whole 'problem, reaction, solution' picture.


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September 18, 2018, 08:29:31 PM
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IMO, people should be given the choice whether whey want to own a fire-arm or not. In places like Texas, where home invasions are very common, the possession of a fire-arm can save many lives. However, the government should make it impossible for people with a criminal record, and those with mental issues from obtaining fire-arms.

I can agree there is certain places where a fire arm in the home is something that can justified, however I will never ever understand why the general public need easy access to army grade auto weapons etc. Absolute bloody madness!!

I am Scottish and it took just one evil rat to carry out a massacre (Dunblane) for people to flick that switch in their brains and see gun control was a joke at the time. What happened to that children in Dunblane was pure evil.

This happens time and time again the USA but still the cavemen refuse to accept they have a serious problem!

That's because cavemen had to wind up in caves, outside their beautiful homes, before they realized that they need guns to protect their families and homes.

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Today at 10:02:31 AM
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There's no need for gun control and most of these mass shootings are just CIA backed false flag operations and just like the war on drugs(which was basically war on the 4th amendement) these false flag opertions are attacks on the second amendment
If you give up the second amendment then you should also be ready to give up the first...
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Today at 10:52:14 AM
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I'm against guns, even hunting should be banned.
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