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  • Yup

    • Fletcher Fraher

      this is actually one of the funniest things i’ve seen in quite a while. It really made my day. Hats off to you, jolly good show!

  • The Person

    But all countries that agree to a gun ban have less gun violence because of it. You’re trying to say something that can easily be grown in a box in your basement can be made as easily as something with multiple metal parts that won’t be made in this country.

    • bill johnson

      Trust gun control as much as the politicians who have armed bodyguards.

      • Kazuma

        LOL, here in brazil some politicians was trying to stop our new president of legalize guns, but requested armed men to protect them

    • Brian Kodaski
      • Adam Darwin

        The firearm homicide rate as well as the total homicide rate are far lower in the UK than they are in the USA.

    • Kira Yoshikagova

      Less gun violence, more trucks of peace.

    • Kazuma

      i’m from Brazil and here guns are almost prohibited (it’s beginning to change with the new president now) and we have more than sixty thousand of murderes per year,more than the civil war in Siria.

    • Phtb13

      “all countries that agree to a gun ban have less gun violence because of it”
      I’m brazilian and i have never heard such bullshit before.
      Guns have just recently been legalized and ONLY NOW the number of homicides is decreasing.

  • Wow, it’s almost like regulation is what’s proposed by what remains of the sane left, not ridiculous outright bans.

    • ssgtnelson

      Oh, what regulation then?

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  • Adam Darwin

    Prohibition works pretty well in Saudi Arabia, successfully preventing men from becoming infertile and wasting their lives…

    • ssgtnelson

      Yeah… Saudi Arabia… a land of…. culture? Science? Or just oil?

      • Adam Darwin

        Irrelevant to my point

        • ssgtnelson

          No it’s not. They have prohibition and nothing but oil. They aren’t wasting their lives, nor are they doing anything else. You dont think excellence and Saudi Arabia at the same time.

          • Adam Darwin

            Banning alcohol is beneficial regardless of how your economy is composed and can work, it depends purely on popular support and how harshly the government is prepared to enforce it.

          • ssgtnelson

            That’s why Saudi Arabia is such a center of philosophy, technology, and research. /s

          • Adam Darwin

            Lame. They’d be a worse off country if they allowed alcohol. Capisce?

          • Alexey Saranchev

            Thinking a certain action will give the same result regardless of the people involved, their history and culture? Sure, because all people are the same! If that’s your real surname, you’re a disgrace to it.

          • Adam Darwin

            Pretty sure the biological and psychological effects of alcohol consumption are universal? You think alcohol makes some societies better?

    • Mystikar

      Oh yeah, they’re totally against intoxicating degeneracy… oh wait…

      • Adam Darwin

        lol another irrelevant point. If Hookah imposes costs onto their society, then they should ban it. That changes nothing regarding them benefiting from banning alcohol.

        • Mystikar

          The problem is that banning *doesn’t* work. They’ve tried banning homosexuality, but it still happens anyways:

          Same with the Prohibition in the US, or the War on Drugs, or gun bans. If people want something badly enough, they will always find a way to get it.

          The only thing that bans do is push people to go to the black market, which causes the mafia to grow in power. The only reason the mafia is as powerful as it is today is because of the Prohibition and the War on Drugs.

          As shown with things like alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana, it’s better for the government to legalize it and regulate it, rather than trying to ban it.

          • Entropy is still winning

            Because alcohol consumption and homosexuality are the exact same type of thing, right?

            You think that legalising or decriminalising a drug does not result in more consumption of it?

            This is like saying that laws do nothing.

            Prohibition reduced alcohol consumption massively at first, then it rose back up to 70% of pre-Prohibition levels.

            Also Russia recently imposed strict laws on alcohol consumption. “The impact study on the effects of “alcohol control measures on mortality and life expectancy”, shows that the amount of alcohol consumed per person fell sharply by 43 per cent, between 2003 and 2016. ”

            So yeah, obviously prohibitive laws don’t work.

            As for gun bans, this is a very tired old claim. It ignores the fact that the gun homicide rate as well as the total homicide rates in countries like the UK, Australia and Canada is far lower than that of the USA. That’s still true if you exclusively look at whites. The white gun homicide rate in the USA is something like double what it is the UK. And the UK has much lower homicide rate in total, so it is not that murderers are simply switching to new weapons in places where gun bans exist. All that being said, I don’t advocate gun bans.

  • Jerald

    Venezuela government- “Trust us, turn in your guns for your safety.”

    Also Venezuela government- Massacres its now defenseless citizens.

  • Shayne Hartley

    Bro. If weed had guns, we’ed have guns.

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