Obama & Co. would love to bring here: the GFWs are crapping their pants over a shotgun with Civil War-era technology.
And they wonder why Obama talking approvingly of 'the Australian and British solution' pisses us off.
Also from Miguel, the EUnuch response to the Paris attacks: "We must make it harder for honest citizens to own arms! And put more restrictions on which ones they're allowed, and ammunition!"
Possibly another fake hate crime.
No, all 'real' scientists do NOT go along with the 'settled science'.
Meanwhile, the media have treated the budding partnership between the ascendant Black Lives Matter
and the perennially frustrated gun control movement as if it were the
most natural thing in the world — probably because both efforts lean
left. That alliance, however, is truly unlikely, even nonsensical.
Historically, civil rights and gun control have been at odds. The blunt fact is that one side seeks to rein in law enforcement, while the other wishes to give it more power.
This from Sweden is insane:
Interestingly, between 1995-2006, the Swedish government tracked gang
rapes, identifying a drastically increasing trend. Unbelievably, after
discovering the problem, it then adopted an ostrich-like “head in the
sand” approach, terminating any further studies on them . Apparently the
government’s fear of being labeled Islamophobic proved greater than its
concerns about warning Swedish women about the threat. While no studies
on gang rape have been conducted since 2006, one can assume these
numbers have continued to rise.
And we have people just as bloody stupid here:
After his rampage, Mohammad was found to have an image of the ISIS flag,
a handwritten manifesto with instructions on how to behead someone, and
reminders to pray to Allah, but the campus community appears to largely
agree with authorities and university officials who insist his motives
were grounded in revenge for being kicked out of a study group.
But the UC Merced student told The Fix he and some of his peers are frustrated by the response of campus leaders.
“People were quick to sympathize with the attacker and assume anyone
who thought this was related to radical Islam was a xenophobic racist,”
he noted. “One of the most disturbing things I saw on Facebook was that a
student made a RIP Mohammad post that received nearly 800 Likes.”
At least two Facebook post tributes to Mohammad were done in “UC
Merced Classifieds,” a closed Facebook group within the campus community
used as a message board.