London bloodbath as teen 'CRITICAL' in double stabbing.

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  1. cerberus

    cerberus Well-Known Member Donor

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    Geeze , can't these guys just get a gun permit to protect themselves
     
  3. The Rhetoric of Life

    The Rhetoric of Life Well-Known Member

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    Why not have the right to bare arms?
    Permits are permission slips, rights are constitutional; I'm all for Brits the right to bare arms.
     
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    We can't.....T-shirts aren't allowed in the office...??
     
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    The Rhetoric of Life Well-Known Member

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    That's not funny because nothing can make light of the fact that Brits don't have the birth right to own firearms.
     
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    You would be required to do a risk assessment prior to discharging one. Our PC world is somewhat incongruous with owning shoot-bangs. Let’s see if our young can come to terms with sharp objects and bottles of acid before we intoduce them to the delights of legally having a nice shinny gun to play with in the park.
     
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    The Rhetoric of Life Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering what PC World had to do with it.
    Was thinking a gun is more powerful than a laptop/tablet, do we even have PC World anymore?
    Isn't it now Curry's PC World? Whatever happened to Dixons; I saw Best Buy before they came to the UK.
    I want shoot bang birth right ownership.
     
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    Yes we do, you can apply for a gun license.
     
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    Not for self defense you can't.
     
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    Actually lots of it is gang culture, copying american youf! Because they cannot get their hands on guns like americans can, they use knives.
     
  12. The Rhetoric of Life

    The Rhetoric of Life Well-Known Member

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    Birth right!
    Applying for a license is like asking for permission to buy a gun.
    Birth right, I want a birth right.
     
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    So the problem in the UK is the criminals and not the "knife nuts" who own lots of knives but never stabbed anyone?

    Tell me more.
     
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    The only reason you would not get a gun license is if you had done something to take away your birth right. Or were considered mentally incompetent.
     
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    What else is there to tell you, you are quite right. What is your point?
     
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    vman12 Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Oh it might have something to do with the UK telling us "gun violence" in America is due to "gun culture" or something like that.
     
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    The UK or some people in the UK?
     
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    Most of the people from the UK who comment on the subject.
     
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    You do love trying not to agree with me, so not the UK but some people in the UK as I wrote.
     
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    Well clearly both.

    The UK, because the UK has made self defense with anything other than a rape whistle and dye illegal. The UK, because they are the ones bringing in violent people into the country. The UK, because they tell their subjects that they can't use weapons, even to save their own lives. Of course, Parliament has plenty of guns.

    The people in the UK because they've been conditioned to believe that disarming themselves will prevent a criminal from killing them.

    Clearly, we're finding out that murderers have no problem with murdering despite UK law.
     
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