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British MP dead after shooting attack

Post by hanno » Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:54 am

Maybe a Britain First supporter. Or just a nutcase:

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-36550304
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Post by franzjaeger » Fri Jun 17, 2016 8:08 am

That's pretty low to attack a woman like that.
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Post by Sailorman » Fri Jun 17, 2016 11:41 am

Gun control laws sure helped to stop that attack. Not! Gun control laws sure helped to stop the multi-attacks in Paris. Not!
"When they take guns away from the people, only criminals will have guns."
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Post by kiwiincambodia » Fri Jun 17, 2016 11:56 am

The difference was this was a single attack not a mass shooting.

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Post by bolueeleh » Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:25 pm

i have 2 colts here with 7 bullets each, who wants to have a old fashion gun duel with me? and prove that more guns can prevent violence or arming all people with guns can prevent violence? (500$ for 1 gun and 7 bullets, its dirt fucking cheap here in cambodia)
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Post by hanno » Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:40 pm

Sailorman wrote:Gun control laws sure helped to stop that attack. Not! Gun control laws sure helped to stop the multi-attacks in Paris. Not!
"When they take guns away from the people, only criminals will have guns."

There could have been a hundred guns around and the lady would still have died.
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Post by Jamie_Lambo » Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:51 pm

Sailorman wrote:Gun control laws sure helped to stop that attack. Not! Gun control laws sure helped to stop the multi-attacks in Paris. Not!
"When they take guns away from the people, only criminals will have guns."
this wasnt a regular mass shooting (plus he also used the English traditional knife )
a random attack is different to regular mass shootings, our gun control laws stop that from regularly happening, understand? its not that hard lol

the recent Paris attacks they used M92s, one of which came from an Arms dealer based in Florida (with supposed CIA/NRA connections, but we will spare the conspiracies)
the guns used in the Charlie Hebdo attack were AKS-74s or AK103's depending on reports and bullet caliber as the 74s take 5.45mm rounds not the reported 7.62mm, but these guns werent bought and sold in France, they were smuggled in, you could say thats more a border control issue rather than anything to do with gun laws
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Re: British MP dead after shooting attack

Post by hanno » Fri Jun 17, 2016 2:04 pm

Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Sailorman wrote:Gun control laws sure helped to stop that attack. Not! Gun control laws sure helped to stop the multi-attacks in Paris. Not!
"When they take guns away from the people, only criminals will have guns."
this wasnt a regular mass shooting (plus he also used the English traditional knife )
a random attack is different to regular mass shootings, our gun control laws stop that from regularly happening, understand? its not that hard lol

the recent Paris attacks they used M92s, one of which came from an Arms dealer based in Florida (with supposed CIA/NRA connections, but we will spare the conspiracies)
the guns used in the Charlie Hebdo attack were AKS-74s or AK103's depending on reports and bullet caliber as the 74s take 5.45mm rounds not the reported 7.62mm, but these guns werent bought and sold in France, they were smuggled in, you could say thats more a border control issue rather than anything to do with gun laws


I think Sailorman's logic, flawed as it is, is that Paris would not have happened if everyone had been armed to the teeth. Not sure how that would work when a few guys willing to day, and with training, come in with AK's....
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Post by Jamie_Lambo » Fri Jun 17, 2016 2:30 pm

hanno wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Sailorman wrote:Gun control laws sure helped to stop that attack. Not! Gun control laws sure helped to stop the multi-attacks in Paris. Not!
"When they take guns away from the people, only criminals will have guns."
this wasnt a regular mass shooting (plus he also used the English traditional knife )
a random attack is different to regular mass shootings, our gun control laws stop that from regularly happening, understand? its not that hard lol

the recent Paris attacks they used M92s, one of which came from an Arms dealer based in Florida (with supposed CIA/NRA connections, but we will spare the conspiracies)
the guns used in the Charlie Hebdo attack were AKS-74s or AK103's depending on reports and bullet caliber as the 74s take 5.45mm rounds not the reported 7.62mm, but these guns werent bought and sold in France, they were smuggled in, you could say thats more a border control issue rather than anything to do with gun laws


I think Sailorman's logic, flawed as it is, is that Paris would not have happened if everyone had been armed to the teeth. Not sure how that would work when a few guys willing to day, and with training, come in with AK's....


i think we should go back to the dark ages and bring back Medieval weaponry ownership, i always quite fancied myself as a Knight..... Sir Jamie Lambo :voilent1:
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Re: British MP dead after shooting attack

Post by ot mien kampf » Fri Jun 17, 2016 8:16 pm

Proves the difference between Islamists and the right wing extremists.

Hundreds of dead innocent civilians when the Islamists strike, one dead elitist unrepresentative MP when the right wing strikes.

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