Again, your knowledge of modern history is flawed. Like you. Why is it that you would make such an effort to appear clueless? Is it some form of masochism? A lack of respect for yourself?<quoted text>
Hey, Jacques, They once made a movie about a country where only the police and military could have guns and that movie was called Schindler's List!
You do know, the first groups of people the Muslims shoot are not Christians or Jews but Atheists and homosexuals! Most Muslim countries tolerate Christians and a few also tolerate Jews so long as they shut up but Atheists and gays, why they just don't exist in Muslim countries.
Just read now. The Nazi party had its roots in the Weimar Republic, at which time Germany had become, for all intents and purposes, the first third-world country. The Nazis profited from the dire situation and as the German people had nothing to lose,(a loaf of bread could cost as much as DM 15 billion) they sort of adhered to fascist ideas. Now, the Nazis needed "muscle" to dislodge the existing parties and alliances. So it recruited thugs and ex-convicts to act ruthelessly on its behalf. They were called the "brown shirts". They did not make any laws restricting gun ownership, as the public had no guns, no, they just plain GOT guns for themselves and, properly armed and muscled, carried on a sort of underground war against all parties, killing and assassinating at will those who would oppose them, why, even those who were WITH them. AFTER they came to power, they forbade guns, but it was too late then, guns and thugs had already won it for them. Anyhow, as the country was so militarized, and so many men and women and youngsters and oldsters forcibly recruited, almost everyone had a gun or whatever, which makes your premise of "no guns" for the population a non-factor.
Eastern Europe is a case in point. Post-1989,(fall of communism - ph, tell UnAmerican Lady), demilitarization, loss of control by ex-coomunist govts over firearms, a huge gun black market opens up. I saw if for myself in the markets in Prague and former East Berlin. Pssst, pssst, you'd hear , as one looked around at outdoor counters brimming with military gear and medals for sale, pssst, want to buy a gun?, as they pressed us aside.(as they could not display them in the open). Yup, and your siamese twin, low life LRS, wonders why the level of gun murders is higher in Eastern Europe (though still lower than the US by 1 to 2) is higher than Western Europe. There is gun control in Eastern Europe, yes, and as the existing guns get older and set aside, and economies improve, gun killing rates will descend to the W. European levels.