In light of recent events that stress the need for citizens to be able to protect themselves with firearms (especially if they live in Watertown, Massachusetts), these words from Secretary of State John Kerry bear repeating:
“We had an interesting discussion about why fewer students are coming to, particularly from Japan, to study in the United States, and one of the responses I got from our officials from conversations with parents here is that they’re actually scared. They think they’re not safe in the United States and so they don’t come,” Kerry said.
He noted Japan’s restrictive gun laws — which prevent private ownership of nearly all firearms, including handguns — and said the country was safer “where people are not running around with guns.”
No doubt gun laws are restrictive in Chechnya too.
We could not find worse leadership if we deliberately looked.
On tips from Ummah Gummah and Varla.