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Jan 27 2013

Gun Control: A Chinese Perspective

Without the right to bear arms, we have no rights at all, as a survivor of the Tiananmen Square massacre explained during a rally at the Massachusetts State House last weekend:

Unsurprisingly, the communist Chinese regime agrees with our federal government that American citizens should be denied our constitutional right to bear arms, echoing the sort of Orwellian rhetoric favored by liberals by calling private ownership of firearms a human rights violation.

On tips from The Only Other Conservative in Seattle and Son of Taz.

15 Responses to “Gun Control: A Chinese Perspective”

  1. Buffalobob says:

    Like the Chinese government, Barbara Boxer’s gun grab will exempt public “officials”.

  2. two_amber_lamps says:

    Q: How many rounds should you be allowed to load in your magazine?

    A: As many rounds as it takes to stop the threat…. that means ALL of the rounds you can fit into as big a magazine as you can get. You never know how many attackers you’ll face or how bad a day you’re going to have.

  3. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Hey, Eleanor. All along, we thought WE were in Hell. 👿

  4. Eleanor in Hell says:

    Yeah, Franklin. At least here, we know who and what we are dealing with. In America, not so much. 🙁

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  6. Miss Crabtree in Hell says:

    Eleanor – C+ in English…

    “We know with whom and with what we are dealing” is much better sentence structure.

  7. Eleanor in Hell says:

    Yo, Miss Crabgrass!
    I got yer sentence structure ~ RIGHT HERE! 😮

  8. Son of Taz says:

    This has to be one of the most stirring and meaningful speeches I’ve ever heard and I had the privilege to be there when this gentleman delivered it.

    Send the link to everyone you know because this man has a much clearer perspective what gun control means than about 75% of the US.

  9. SR says:

    Even the ChiComs have no respect for Obama.

    Obama’s Litmus Test – You Have To Be Able To Shoot Americans

  10. NumberOfVictims says:

    of gun violence in January: 900.
    Number of fascist dictators trying to get into power: 0

    Number of victims of gun violence in Japan, 2008: 11
    Number of fascist dictators trying to get into power in Japan: 0

    When you presume that Americans need gun to secure their freedom, you say that there are less democrats in the United States than in Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Canada.

    When you are for unrestricted gun ownership, don’t be suprised when you get shot. If you don’t want to get shot, you might want to consider gun control.

  11. VoiceOfReason says:

    In 2007 Tunisia had the lowerst rate of gun ownership worldwide (0.1). In 2011 they overthrew their dictator.

  12. Jodie says:

    VoiceOfReason says:
    January 28, 2013 at 9:47 am

    “In 2007 Tunisia had the lowerst rate of gun ownership worldwide (0.1). In 2011 they overthrew their dictator.”

    They overthrew their dictator with the help of Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood. They may be in far worse shape then they were before.

  13. M.Wilson says:

    How is getting shot any worse than getting stabbed, strangled, poisoned, bludgeoned, impaled, burned alive, hung, or dismembered?

    Leftists like to perpetuate a myth that “gun violence” is somehow worse than other kinds of violence. The only difference with a gun is that its power and ease of use allows a 90 year old woman to level the playing field against even a whole mob of thugs. Guns are the greatest expression of equality on the planet.

    As noted by the Chinese speaker in the video, guns are the very essence of political power. In the hands of responsible citizens, they are instruments of freedom, harbingers of equality, both the shield and sword of Democracy.

    In the hands of a corrupt government, they are instruments of oppression, the jaws of tyranny, the perpetual boot stomping upon the face of the People.

    It is human nature to seek culpability in times of tragedy. It is a sign of strength to cry out against fate, rather than bow one’s head and succumb. It is understandable that some people, unwilling to face the darkness which can lurk in the human heart, lay the blame on the tools used to carry out the atrocity. But they are tools like any other, capable of great good and evil in equal measures, they merely carry out the will of their wielder.

    Those more reasonable will realize that crying out for a master to rule over us will only invite greater measures of death and destruction. With the march of science and technology, Mankind holds more power in its hands than ever before. The technology, once made, cannot be undone. This power cannot be relinquished, and to try to push it into the hands of a small ruling elite will only invite madness. Instead we should accept the responsibility that Mankind’s growing power demands of us.

    The time of kings and masters is past. No matter how desperately the Left desires a master to rule over them, their efforts are destined to end in despair, death, and destruction. Only by becoming the masters of ourselves, embracing the responsibility and moral fortitude that liberty demands of us, can Mankind ever hope to advance into the future. Any other path will only drag us back into the darkness of the past. Weapon bans are a relic of the Dark Ages, let them stay in the dustbin of history where they belong.

    “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

  14. VoiceOfReason says:

    Jodie: The outcome of a revolution is of no consequence to it’s effectiveness. The fact remains that peaceful revolutions happen, with no guns needed. So the argument that only guns can ensure the freedom of a people is BS, as we have evidently seen that that is not the case.
    That the people of Tunisia have later elected a conservative Muslim government, that might not be something we like, but it is the people of Tunisia that ought to make the call on what government they want to have, not us.

    M.Wilson: Can I shoot you from 20 yards away? Yes. Can I stab you from 20 yards away? No.
    Guns are a tool to kill people more easily, unless you plan a civil war, there is no reason to oppose gun control.

  15. jon says:

    WHY DID THE GOVT DHS JUST BUY 7000 MACHINE GUNS AND 1 BILLION ROUNDS OF HOLLOW POINT 40 CAL AMMO! yes these are assault weapons the real ones, not simi auto ,but full machine guns to be used in america. why do they need that and who the hell are they gunning for?

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