Brutal Metal wrote:
I can't believe there's scores of New Yorkers volunteering to turn there firearms in cause some politician told you too? WOW!
And it is sad because that's also a way to say: "I don't even trust myself or my family members with this. We are all potential criminals." People are being trained to think of themselves as criminals, as rotten individuals, and be scared of their own shadow.
And the absurd thing is that, simply put, a criminal does not follow the law
So what's the use to make the law more prohibitionist? Coming from the italian experience, where guns are not popular among the general population and are very hard to get by law, I can assure anyone that this is not a problem for organized crime, not only to get a hold of weapons when needed, but also to largely traffic with them.
If anything prohibition will (as it always happens) favor the black market. Rich guys will probably profit illegally out of this.
As to the alleged kids who allegedly go out of their mind and start shooting everyone: even if these cases weren't pure psyops probably entirely faked since the days of columbine or earlier, even if such behaviors belonged to reality, what would prevent said kids to find either illegal weapons or other means of destruction?
As it is clear to anyone in his right mind, this whole thing is not really about guns as it is about spreading fear and the need for control.
The point is first and foremost to change our culture.
After which, to change laws is no thing. Even 9/11 was essentially and before anything else a way to change our culture and way of thinking
, so that we would accept a moment later what was unacceptable before.