Taking Up Arms
Gun control – it’s a big political thing in the US. If you say you want it, it’s likely the end of your political career. Most people around the world don’t understand it. Personally, I’m not going to even try. I’m just going to try and say why they’re wrong.
Every time there’s a major shooting in the US, gun control is brought up. After the “Batman Shooting”, we saw a bunch of images saying that gun control = dictatorship. For example:
Not long after the shooting, Piers Morgan was doing a segment on CNN about gun control. One radio host got a little upset about that:
You like being a little disarmed coward with bodyguards? Good. Get out of my country, move to North Korea. Get out of here you jellyfish, soft, lying, scumbag parasite. You are a joke and you have almost no viewers. You are a joke. You are a joke.
It seems odd to me that Americans always have a reason to keep their guns. Whether it’s to “keep the nigger slaves in line” or to “keep the terrorist muslims away”. It might be a huge generalisation, but it seems that America’s access to guns always comes back to a racist, redneck belief in something.
Why does any normal human being need an automatic weapon? In recent years, the US has relaxed restrictions around automatic weapons. The “Batman Shooting” only happened because someone can legally acquire four guns, and thousands upon thousands of rounds of ammunition. None of the weaponry used in the shooting was obtained illegally. Doesn’t that say something about the lack of gun control laws in America?