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Milvath

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Date Signed Up:12/29/2008
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#39 - it's never enough guns for self defense, for example, here in…  [+] (6 replies) 11/25/2016 on Jill the Joke +2
#40 - duudegladiator (11/25/2016) [-]
Narcos = cartels, yes?

Sad to hear hoss, if you knew anyone in town who would like to stand together, all you need to do is incorporate the right police people, and then patrol your neighborhoods and get those rates being plant food. But then its just the fact that retalitations would occur, and you don't get paid to defend the area.

Its so sad to hear about the blatant corruption of public officials in South America/South of the Border. Those whom seek to be law enforcement, should do just that, and not sway when a few thousand is put under their noses.
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#42 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
So remember to always fight for your rights, or criminals will take over your safety
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#41 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
Yes, narcos = cartels. That actually happened in the south, the guy who started it all ended up in prison and his right hand guy turned the militia into another narco army working together with the government. But this happens when you give away your right to bear arms and regulate guns. The reason there's no more narco attacks in my hometown is because the army pushed them against the border and then cut out their supply lines, they ended up killing each other until there were none left.
#43 - duudegladiator (11/25/2016) [-]
So you live in the Northern Provinces of Mexico? Its good to hear that the Army are still loyal to the people, and that you have a Federal Police force is both scary and yet necessary given the atmosphere of cartels vs. Govt.

I will never let any leftist loser take my rights away. The "Greater Good" they continue to speak of is never backed up by facts. When the facts are presented, a nation with the rights to bear arms and speak freely is always better off than that of one without.

Que Dios le dé fuerza en sus esfuerzos, y que la paz sea eterna.
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#44 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
Yeah, I live close to the US border,the army has never been loyal to the people, the marines are, eventually the army accepted paychecks from the narcos, so if you went to denounce a narco to the army, next day you'd end up dead with your fingers in your mouth. the police was even worse. But the beauty was when the Marines arrived, they would set everyone straight, bitch slapping the ever-living shit out of the other departments and setting ablaze the narcos with M2 Brownings.

Thank goodness I have american citizenship, I'm getting the fuck out of here once I finish my studies, then start my gun collection for when the leftist give up america to the mafias, then I will have enough guns for each window.
#45 - nalexb (11/25/2016) [-]
Well, if the wall gets put up you could see a loss drug money coming into your country. That means less dough to line all the polaticians pockets with and more room for rightious men to come to power.
That wall is a gift to The USA and the South Americas.
#37 - you should for self defense  [+] (8 replies) 11/25/2016 on Jill the Joke +2
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#38 - duudegladiator (11/25/2016) [-]
I meant semi-auto.

Happily I have a shotgun, and Mosin Nagant.

Was intending to purchase semi if Hillary won. But thank God, now I can save up for a newer truck/car.
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#39 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
it's never enough guns for self defense, for example, here in mexico, I had not enough guns to arm every window in my house when the narcos were razing my hometown.
#40 - duudegladiator (11/25/2016) [-]
Narcos = cartels, yes?

Sad to hear hoss, if you knew anyone in town who would like to stand together, all you need to do is incorporate the right police people, and then patrol your neighborhoods and get those rates being plant food. But then its just the fact that retalitations would occur, and you don't get paid to defend the area.

Its so sad to hear about the blatant corruption of public officials in South America/South of the Border. Those whom seek to be law enforcement, should do just that, and not sway when a few thousand is put under their noses.
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#42 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
So remember to always fight for your rights, or criminals will take over your safety
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#41 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
Yes, narcos = cartels. That actually happened in the south, the guy who started it all ended up in prison and his right hand guy turned the militia into another narco army working together with the government. But this happens when you give away your right to bear arms and regulate guns. The reason there's no more narco attacks in my hometown is because the army pushed them against the border and then cut out their supply lines, they ended up killing each other until there were none left.
#43 - duudegladiator (11/25/2016) [-]
So you live in the Northern Provinces of Mexico? Its good to hear that the Army are still loyal to the people, and that you have a Federal Police force is both scary and yet necessary given the atmosphere of cartels vs. Govt.

I will never let any leftist loser take my rights away. The "Greater Good" they continue to speak of is never backed up by facts. When the facts are presented, a nation with the rights to bear arms and speak freely is always better off than that of one without.

Que Dios le dé fuerza en sus esfuerzos, y que la paz sea eterna.
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#44 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
Yeah, I live close to the US border,the army has never been loyal to the people, the marines are, eventually the army accepted paychecks from the narcos, so if you went to denounce a narco to the army, next day you'd end up dead with your fingers in your mouth. the police was even worse. But the beauty was when the Marines arrived, they would set everyone straight, bitch slapping the ever-living shit out of the other departments and setting ablaze the narcos with M2 Brownings.

Thank goodness I have american citizenship, I'm getting the fuck out of here once I finish my studies, then start my gun collection for when the leftist give up america to the mafias, then I will have enough guns for each window.
#45 - nalexb (11/25/2016) [-]
Well, if the wall gets put up you could see a loss drug money coming into your country. That means less dough to line all the polaticians pockets with and more room for rightious men to come to power.
That wall is a gift to The USA and the South Americas.
#4 - or just crouch....  [+] (8 replies) 11/25/2016 on 2 kinds of people +422
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#67 - Milvath (11/25/2016) [-]
FEED ME MORE THUMBS!!!
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#70 - cough (11/25/2016) [-]
No
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#73 - cough (11/25/2016) [-]
Oh sweet Im getting thumbs too
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#66 - lazysans (11/25/2016) [-]
yeah but does it look cool?

i bet you don't even fashion souls
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#15 - legitimately (11/25/2016) [-]
no that part of the floor is lava
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#20 - propanex (11/25/2016) [-]
it has cooties on it
#10 - grindmx (11/25/2016) [-]
the mexican way!
#77 - Gute (11/25/2016) [-]
No thats jumping over
#61 - who the **** adds rice and yellow cheese to a burrito? this **…  [+] (1 reply) 11/24/2016 on Anaconda burrito -1
#62 - anon (11/24/2016) [-]
You misspelt Amazing
#169 - Mexico has the dream of gun control, you have to pay for a per…  [+] (1 reply) 11/12/2016 on What a fucking man +1
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#174 - AdmiralSuperman (11/13/2016) [-]
Yeah, you come from a developing country and, compared to my own or any other non-developing country, yours is a bit shit. Sorry to tell you mate but corrupt, poorly run countries have shit things happen inside them.
Sorry to hear about your family town, but I will use that as an example why gun control in a developed country works: I nor anyone else in Australia has ever experienced having their town butchered or anything like that since we banned guns.
#31 - is it me or are the wings amputated?  [+] (2 replies) 11/12/2016 on merica 0
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#52 - lotengo (11/12/2016) [-]
Probably clipped the feathers so it can't fly.

I did it to my parakeet before I tamed it
#118 - deutschblut (11/12/2016) [-]
Is that legal?
#18 - It's Texas, they think he's conceal carrying, and most likely …  [+] (11 replies) 11/11/2016 on What a fucking man +83
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#93 - AdmiralSuperman (11/11/2016) [-]
I find it so fucking funny and Ironic that it would be the liberals of the U.S to convince me that civilian gun ownership is a good thing.
I'm Australian, I believe in gun control it has made me feel safe through out my life, but fuck man, that guy needs a gun.
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#144 - rockamekishiko (11/12/2016) [-]
tell people in Mexico how well gun control works
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#148 - AdmiralSuperman (11/12/2016) [-]
Tell Australia how well it works. Or Japan. Or Europe. Don't use a developing corrupt country as an example to defend your lust for guns m80.
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#169 - Milvath (11/12/2016) [-]
Mexico has the dream of gun control, you have to pay for a permit, be part of a gun club, psych evaluation, give your intentions as why you want to own a gun, and hope the government allows it, which normally doesn't. To purchase a gun you must buy it from a millitary base, even the ammunition, you cannot own military calibers nor semiauto weapons.

But with all these regulations, why do we still have gun violence? why can't people protect themselves?

The narcos almost razed my hometown killing a shit ton of people, the only reasons why my family is still alive: 1) We were in San Antonio, Texas shopping, and 2) We are a respectable family from generations.
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#174 - AdmiralSuperman (11/13/2016) [-]
Yeah, you come from a developing country and, compared to my own or any other non-developing country, yours is a bit shit. Sorry to tell you mate but corrupt, poorly run countries have shit things happen inside them.
Sorry to hear about your family town, but I will use that as an example why gun control in a developed country works: I nor anyone else in Australia has ever experienced having their town butchered or anything like that since we banned guns.
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#149 - rockamekishiko (11/12/2016) [-]
if they had guns, they would be under the foot of the cartels. Cartels, petty criminals, doesn't matter, people need to defend themselves
#26 - anon (11/11/2016) [-]
wouldn't call that respect
#130 - anon (11/12/2016) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image**Fear is a kind of respect.
#124 - anon (11/12/2016) [-]
Not exactly respect, but you are not going to try and beat the shit out of me if I pull a gun on your ass.
#29 - flufflepuff (11/11/2016) [-]
getting beaten to death is better?
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#20 - thevioletlightning (11/11/2016) [-]
so he wasn't savagely beaten?