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This blog is mainly about firearms and firearm history. Touch of vidya and other tidbits too. If you are easily offended by people owning, firing, or safely handling guns, then leave.
regard anyone who tries to characterize mandela as the leader of a peaceful resistance movement as the worst kind of reactionary and your enemy
Saying Nelson Mandela did a good thing is like reminding me that Al Capone ran a soup kitchen.
gun control?? more like fun control! how am i supposed to enjoy my privilege being a cishet white male patriarch with all the power without deadly weapons????
I love how sexist, classist, racist and genderist you are to assume that no one other than white males can be firearms enthusiasts or advocates for natural rights.
Check your living in a safe neighborhood, never even having to consider your life being in danger because you are above upper middle class, not having any empathy for people less well off than you and being an overly entitled twat privilege.
This is why people don’t take “Social Justice Warriors” seriously, everything you post is counterproductive and makes you seem like a horrible person.
You’re right. I have seen the light. I should definitely defend the “natural rights” of people who want to own guns. Because guns are natural??? I’m not saying others can’t be pro-firearm advocates, but it’s just a fact that more than 90% of NRA board members are white sooooo there’s that.
Also, you’re right. How dare I not fall into the trap of bad neighborhoods? How dare I consider the guns the problem? How dare I turn hatred for incarceration rates, lack of equal pay, society’s income gap, and racial profiling on the people with the most privilege? White people have it so hard, boo hoo.
I’m not saying they can’t also be victims of poverty, homophobia, etc. but that’s why I advocate feminism and why I won’t get into the other things I advocate because I’m on the internet to talk to some of my favorite people and to be happy, not to be called a crazy social justice bot who’s never seen a bad neighborhood because if you think I’ve never had to fear for my life at home you don’t know me. And now we’re all guilty of making assumptions about people on the internet that we’ll never even meet.
I do sincerely apologize if you have it rough and/or thought my original post was a personal attack on you for whatever reason? It wasn’t. And everyone’s got troubles, I get it. I just think my ways will work in bettering the world, and considering they’ve never been tried in America, I guess it’s just looking good on paper for the time being. And we’ll all have to settle on what little power we have to change.
All I ask is try to be more open minded and have more empathy for people in the future.
There is really no excuse for stating that people don’t have a right to defend themselves, and when you make that argument you are aligning yourself with some of the worst humans in history.
On top of that the “never been tried in America” statement is complete BS there is an absurd amount of gun control in the US and the only reason you are not aware of this is because you have failed to do any research on this topic and have a completely arbitrary opinion rather than a factually based well researched one. See: NFA 1934, GCA 1968, FOPA 1986, Brady ACT 1994, ECT.(and these are just federal, if I listed all the state laws it would take days to write out)
The truth is, while you may desire to make america more safe the things you are talking about will only make it less safe for everyone but mostly POC, women, LGBTQ, and impoverished people who need to have some way to defend themselves since the police have no obligation to do so and are generally speaking potentially as much a threat to their lives as a common malicious criminal. On top of that guns are mostly used correctly and safely in the US. Every year there are over 100,000 people who use guns to save their lives while there are only around 8,000 firearms homicides a year in the US.
I suspect that like most other racist/homophobic people your stance is generated by the fact that you have an irrational fear because you have not been exposed to firearms or gun culture and if you ever actually met anyone that was open about it or went out and took a firearms safety course your whole biased irrational opinion would change.
wow, OP is a racebaiting piece of shit
I bet most people making posts about him don’t even know of de Klerk.