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The Making of a Police-State

#1 Post by AJMD429 » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:12 pm

Right before your eyes..... ... -firearms/

She is so proud " only took 72 hours..." to decide what gun laws to pass..... :roll:

Not sure what they are pretending it will accomplish, since anyone with more than half a brain (unfortunately that excludes todays 'progresssssives' and to days Democats) can see that there is absolutely NOTHING that 'gun laws' can do to even slightly reduce the risk of another mass-murder. But so many young people are so filled with hate (for those who own firearms) and ignorance (of the not just useless, but dangerous, impact of gun laws), and those fools would vote for outright genocide if they thought it would mess with their law-abiding neighbor who owns a gun.

I know lots of people over the past couple decades have moved to New Zealand, feeling it was somewhat of a free market capitalist economy and refuge from the trend toward socialism in the rest of the world. I hope they weren't counting on having any firearms with them, because without a Second Amendment, and without a culture of Midwestern rednecks like the United States has, they will be banning all firearms eventually, and registering knives just like England before long.

We won't be far behind, unless we keep Trump in office and get the RINOs to actually support him rather than fight him at every step.
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Re: The Making of a Police-State

#2 Post by gamekeeper » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:25 pm

Disgraceful but the left are always waiting for a tragedy to happen so they can implement their restrictive gun laws, to say they agreed these new gun laws in 72 hours after the shooting is questionable, they more likely had restrictive gun laws just waiting for the right moment to implement.
Do they really think that by handing in legally held firearms it will stop another insane lowlife from committing another mass murder? Of course not but it make civil unrest less important.
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Re: The Making of a Police-State

#3 Post by OldWin » Thu Mar 21, 2019 3:25 am

Bad as it sounds, they really don't care if it stops another mass murder.
They just want to disarm the public.
GK said it himself, "they were just waiting and had it all drawn up".

It's the same here. Just like they don't care if everyone lives in squalor, as long as they are rulers of it all.
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Re: The Making of a Police-State

#4 Post by Ysabel Kid » Fri Mar 22, 2019 10:45 am

Let's not speak the shooter's name, but by all means give him exactly what he wanted.

Pure, unadulterated cowardice... :evil: :evil: :evil:

I hate sheeple more than I hate the predators preying on them. At a certainly point, they really get what they deserve!

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