Gun Control and Japan
by Mike (in Tokyo) Rogers
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When it comes to gun control in the USA the logic of the progressives works in a very curious way. They often like to cherry pick nations from around the world to compare with the USA. One of their favorite nations to use as a comparison is Japan.
The argument goes like this; “Gun crimes are out of control in the United States! In America, over eleven thousand people are killed with guns every year! Japan has strict gun control laws and only a handful of people are killed with guns annually. Therefore Japan proves that gun control works. The United States should have gun control laws like Japan!”
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I think it must be pretty obvious to anyone who thinks about it when talking about gun control and crimes (or even universal health care) comparing the United States to Japan is like comparing a steak barbeque to a slice of fish.
Men may be from Mars, and women are from Venus, but never forget that the Japanese are most definitely from Japan… Americans are from who-knows-where and that’s why they are hard to compare.
And that’s just the way it is.
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As the current Administration prepares to attempt de facto gun confiscation, Patriots, the sheepdogs mixed in with the Sheeple, have to remember the progression — restrictions, registration, confiscation, genocide!
Sorry, but it happens!
The best think that can happen is that the New Yorkers, like the Canadians did, is just to refuse to cooperate.
That’s how we got rid of Prohibition.
So, “no victim; no crime”, nullification by non-cooperation.
“Yes. In the end, you will walk out. Because 100,000 Englishmen simply cannot control 350 million Indians, if those Indians refuse to cooperate.” — movie Gandhi (1983)
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