Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Too Little, Too Late?

The British people would like their guns back, please...
(h/t- "Public Secrets")

Apparently, the 40% post-handgun-ban, cause-and-effect crime increase has finally become too much for the British law-abiding populace to bear.

Watch the whole thing and listen to some of those people:

"It's not safe."

"We can't count of the police to protect us."

"The ban was a failure."

"Things have changed."

...and even aside from the usual travelling packs of layabouts that socialism historically breeds, do you suppose they could also be referring to the annexation of whole sections of Britain and their transformation into places where the laws of the land simply do not apply?

Or maybe the continuing increase of homicides committed by indistinct "youths"?

Even the police (as @ 2:55 in the video) know what no one will openly admit - Gun Bans only work to disarm the law-abiding populace - and allow Goblins to commit their crimes unimpeded.

The police, after all, haven't stopped carrying or wearing body armor since the ban that was to "make everything safer".

So here is the mature case-study in disarming a country's general populace, while simultaneously pushing them ever farther down the slope of socialism: England.

There, in the light of day, for anyone with the desire & honesty to see it.

The people of once-"Great" Britain now see what they've lost - what they've given away - and, as you can see in the video, they want it back.

Unfortunately it is far, far more difficult to regain Rights & Liberties, once lost, than it is to defend them in the first place.

...just ask Tony Martin.

- MuscleDaddy

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