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6 Chinese officials fired after school stabbing

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UIdiotRaceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#22 Dec 18, 2012
First Take Jobs-Then Guns wrote:
http://rss.infowars.com/Alex.r ss
Alex Jones brought up a good point on his December 17, 2012 show that most people won't talk about. Listen to the first hour of the podcasted show.
Why are hard leftist and national spotlighted politicians like Diane Feinstein, Chuck Schummer, and Michael Bloomberg -all part of the Israeli lobby in America- trying to disarm America.
They are by far the loudest voices going after the second ammendmant right now in America but openly lobby for US taxpayers to arm Israelis so they can defend themselves. And yes, Israel has a right to defend itself but so do Americans.
http://www.infowars.com/feinstein-targets-gun...
http://planet.infowars.com/guns/eric-holder-w...
The Connetecuit shootings were a horrific tragedy but going after the second ammendmant is not the answer.
These mass shootings always happen where there are strict gun control laws and the public is disarmed -remember criminals will always find access to guns whether they are outlawed or not and innocent civilians are usually the victims of mass shootings.
The answer to these mass shootings is to train and arm responsable US civilians including trusted school faculty on how to defend students from any crazies that show up until cops arrive. We need less guns in the hands of criminals and more guns in the hands of innocent law abiding citizens who are trained how to responsibly own and use firearms.
Isnt't it wierd how after the election all of a sudden all these shootings take place and now gun control is at the top of the headlines. You have the NFL (Bob Costas), news media figures, and national politicians now engaging in a full court press for gun control.
Look how the corporate media is promoting that guns be taken away so Americans citizens can't defend themselves from all forms of criminality.
The media is being absolutely transparent in its attempt to brainwash Americans into believeing that we don't have the right to defend ourselves with the second ammendmant. This should alarm all American citizens given the fact our government has been seized by Communist revolutionaries backed with offshore corporate fascist money.
These bought out political revolutionaries within our illegitimiate federal government are now aggitating the rest of the world and garnering hatred against America from countries like Russia, China, South America, and the Middle East.
The type of facism that is now being pushed in America was used in Stalanist Russia, Cuba, Nazi Germany, Fascist Argentina, Corrupt Mexico, to name a few examples. It's the same gameplan now being used on America.
And every time a country was destroyed and remade into a failed state/dictatorship it started by disarming the general public so people could get bullied by the tyrants into further authoritarianism with no way to fight back.
Now is not the time to disarm America. Pull your money out of the major banks so they can't create derivatives with it and put it in local credit unions or small banks. Call out/ vote out politicians that want to disarm America and boycott the corporate media by turning to non corporate news.
If these politicians want gun control why don't they get rid of their personal entourage of taxpayer paid for armed security/bodygaurds. They want gun control for citizens, not themselves.
Americans can put a stop to this tyrany as most people are now waking up from their trances because the tyranny is so in your face.
The New World Order lackeys must be nuts to think this gameplan will work in America for very long being this blatant. Americans of all political persuasion will never disarm -we are not stupid. Liberal or conserative we just love our freedom too damn much.
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/immigration/T...
ADD!
Already 179 nations support Cuba freedom from the bullying US evil waring
Sanctions !
Human Revolution

Vilonia, AR

#23 Dec 18, 2012
UIdiotRaceMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>ADD!
Already 179 nations support Cuba freedom from the bullying US evil waring
Sanctions !
You live in the U.S., moron.
UIdiotRaceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#24 Dec 18, 2012
Human Revolution wrote:
<quoted text> You live in the U.S., moron.
Again US don't belong to U, it belong to NAtive Indians of N. America!

You our US warmongers stole land from under them and American Holocaust , the mass genocidal , biowarfare centuries of wars had killed over 90 million natives Indians; now take you War mongering pinhead and ruminate about what you did to these people, you have alot of bllod on you hands, ruminate if you have a heart, you war mongering barbarian imbeciles
usainthehouse

United States

#25 Dec 19, 2012
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
how much your deficit with China?
of usa total debt we owe 8 per cent to prc,66 per cent to usa people,balance to misc other countries. to listen to people on this forum who bought the propaganda you would think usa owes it all to china.
Karma

Sweden

#27 Dec 19, 2012
It is no big wonder that a country founded on the bloodlusty genocide of millions of native peoples end up massacring one another.

It is called KARMA, it is called judgment and it shall continue until the scales of sin even up.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#28 Dec 19, 2012
Karma wrote:
It is no big wonder that a country founded on the bloodlusty genocide of millions of native peoples end up massacring one another.
It is called KARMA, it is called judgment and it shall continue until the scales of sin even up.
Explain to us all, the nonviolent pacifism of the Vikings?
Daniel

Astoria, NY

#29 Dec 19, 2012
I first read about this on the Travel Explosion website and I'm surprised. I didn't think things like this hapened in China.
Fatboy

Estonia

#30 Dec 19, 2012
Karma wrote:
It is no big wonder that a country founded on the bloodlusty genocide of millions of native people
Who or what are you talking about here....Mao?!
Karma wrote:
end up massacring one another.
I hope that you not will be disappointed.....but no one died!
MASSACRE

Brooklyn, NY

#31 Dec 19, 2012
No one died in china but no one survived in America!

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#32 Dec 19, 2012
Zero. We gave China our jobs to pay for deficit. Balance paid.
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
how much your deficit with China?
Karma

Sweden

#33 Dec 19, 2012
Live by the gun and die by the gun... It is so simple.

Wonder why the it is so difficult for the American rubes to understand....!
Karma

Sweden

#34 Dec 19, 2012
Gun are fun, esp. when you put one inside your mouth and press the trigger :)

Why don't ya all try?

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

Take a Looonng Vacation

#35 Dec 19, 2012
Robert wrote:
Another crazy person killing kids. The Chinese don't know how to respond, should'nt they look at the weapon used, perhaps it was a type of knife or hatchet that there is no real need for and they could ban them.
Look at what they did, they did not care what the excuses were they just took some people and said it is your job to keep the kids safe and fired them.
It may not sound fair but as far as results go I bet the kids in Chinese schools are safer because of it.
Didn't take long to find a gun nut to start equating knives with guns, I see. This is the NRA's and the right's response -'They could just as easily have been stabbed to death, so you can't ban guns!!'

Sheer nonsense.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#36 Dec 19, 2012
Karma wrote:
It is no big wonder that a country founded on the bloodlusty genocide of millions of native peoples end up massacring one another.
It is called KARMA, it is called judgment and it shall continue until the scales of sin even up.
...2nd request...explain the nonviolent pacifism of the Vikings?
Robert

Lithia Springs, GA

#37 Dec 19, 2012
tha Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
Didn't take long to find a gun nut to start equating knives with guns, I see. This is the NRA's and the right's response -'They could just as easily have been stabbed to death, so you can't ban guns!!'
Sheer nonsense.
Is it ? Dead is dead no matter how it happens. For example in Monore New York, A 15-year-old boy from Monroe was already on juvenile probation when he broke down crying as he admitted he stockpiled bottles of gasoline, makeshift fuses, a torch, a 2-foot (0.61 m) machete and three tanks of propane in a plot to attack former fellow students at Monroe-Woodbury High School. The attack was foiled but if you think more gun legislation will stop this sort of thing you are the one who is nuts because you look at symptoms not causes.
Human Revolution

Vilonia, AR

#38 Dec 19, 2012
Robert wrote:
<quoted text>
Is it ? Dead is dead no matter how it happens. For example in Monore New York, A 15-year-old boy from Monroe was already on juvenile probation when he broke down crying as he admitted he stockpiled bottles of gasoline, makeshift fuses, a torch, a 2-foot (0.61 m) machete and three tanks of propane in a plot to attack former fellow students at Monroe-Woodbury High School. The attack was foiled but if you think more gun legislation will stop this sort of thing you are the one who is nuts because you look at symptoms not causes.
Prior to the recent shootings, I would have agreed with you. But now, I question the right to bear arms and lazy gun control laws.
Robert

Lithia Springs, GA

#39 Dec 19, 2012
Human Revolution wrote:
<quoted text> Prior to the recent shootings, I would have agreed with you. But now, I question the right to bear arms and lazy gun control laws.
Don't question it for we must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions. Otherwise what you are saying is the ends justify the means and I don't want to go down that slope. I don't know about you but I did not shoot anyone.
Human Revolution

Vilonia, AR

#40 Dec 19, 2012
Robert wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't question it for we must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions. Otherwise what you are saying is the ends justify the means and I don't want to go down that slope. I don't know about you but I did not shoot anyone.
But these are innocent children we are talking about. Little kids whose futures were destroyed in cold blood.

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

Take a Looonng Vacation

#41 Dec 19, 2012
Robert wrote:
<quoted text>
Is it ? Dead is dead no matter how it happens. For example in Monore New York, A 15-year-old boy from Monroe was already on juvenile probation when he broke down crying as he admitted he stockpiled bottles of gasoline, makeshift fuses, a torch, a 2-foot (0.61 m) machete and three tanks of propane in a plot to attack former fellow students at Monroe-Woodbury High School. The attack was foiled but if you think more gun legislation will stop this sort of thing you are the one who is nuts because you look at symptoms not causes.
I DON'T think that gun legislation alone will solve the problem. We need to raise our kids better, make ourselves into a less violent society, and demand more accountability from parents, teachers, administrators, people at all levels of society.

That doesn't change the fact that THIS crime was committed with a gun, that semi-automatics can kill a lot more people than a knife or two, or that there are too damn many guns in this country.
Robert

Lithia Springs, GA

#42 Dec 19, 2012
Human Revolution wrote:
<quoted text> But these are innocent children we are talking about. Little kids whose futures were destroyed in cold blood.
That does not change the fact that through attacking the right to bear arms you are attacking the us constitution and law abiding citizens who want nothing but to be able to defend themselves. You have to be practical, you have to look at will it or will it not work. They have real strict gun laws there and it happened anyway, he did not own the guns but he got them anyway, we need to secure our schools and a gun control law will not do that. We need to have someone with a gun at the school, like a school police officer and we need better access control. These things will actually work to make schools safer a new gun control law will not.

The only way a gun control law will reduce gun violence is total banning and confiscation of all firearms from all people. And that is a different conversation and a road I don't want to go down.

Quit blaming a bunch of lawful gun owners, they did not do it. I ran across a set of instructions for a gun at home, it had a notation in my grandfathers handwriting as to where he bought it and was dated. I always thought it was odd that he owned the particular gun it was rather expensive and he had no use for it. However, it all became clear when I saw the date, it was the stock market crash of 1929. The market crashed, he did not know what was going to follow and he wanted a gun to protect his family if things went bad. We never know what is in the future and the world is not one in which I want to do without one, if you want to that is your business but I don't want to loose a constitutionally protected right over someone else s perception of an increase in security.

Remember we had an assault weapons ban, during the 10 years it was in effect there were 160 people shot in schools and 72 of them died. I don't have a child in elementary school but if I did I would go look at the school and ask questions, what are you going to do if an armed person shows up at the school, is there someone here with a gun to stop him?

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