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#65 - Everyone has the potential to kill just by virtue of having ha…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +1
#83 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
People can bullshit all they want but everyone knows deep down that the type of person that would coldly murder someone with a gun would do it with anything else just the same.
#54 - When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night an… 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +1
#53 - So, clearly, the police are inadequate. So, who protects you w…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +1
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#55 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
there is a point to which there is the need for a citizen needs to be responsible, and the rest where the state you are living at, needs to guarantee the responsibility. of course we can say now everyone is responsible for their own safety, and fuck it. but then also all citizen can take care of the community dump, and all other tasks the nation is responsible for. its like a computer system, there is a certain extend to which the system garantuees its running and a certain extend you do. but it doesnt always work and the system sometimes crashes.

"When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?"
i bet even in america you cant garantuee that she will be protected, from all the things about rape and assault i hear from there. sometimes the system fails and there will be victims, noone wants that and we should do everything possible to prevent that, but we shouldnt just give everyone the oppertunity to kill, because judgement is relative and noone should judicialize on others that are just the same.
thats my opinion, and if you want you can add responses and stuff and i will read through it, but wont actively reply. i guess every side made it points, and it should suffice for now
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#65 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Everyone has the potential to kill just by virtue of having hands. It only takes 5 seconds of restricting the carotid artery to render someone unconscious by wringing their neck, and then you just have to step on the back of their neck. One upward strike with the heel of the hand to the nose can cave in the nasal cavity and drive bone fragments straight into the brain. Humans are fragile, and killing them bare-handed is easy.

See, what I'm hearing is, "If you can't guarantee success, don't even try."

You know what that makes you? A nice, soft, easy target. Have fun with that.

Fuck... I'm a socialist, but not THAT much of a socialist that I place all of my faith in something over which I have no control.
#83 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
People can bullshit all they want but everyone knows deep down that the type of person that would coldly murder someone with a gun would do it with anything else just the same.
#52 - From a store, maybe. From Ivan "Twitchy" Ma… 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +2
#50 - Picture  [+] (6 new replies) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +1
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#51 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
they have been assaulted, not raped. im not defending them, but thats NOT a reason for a amendment, but a massive police fuck up. on new years eve there had to be police there, but there wasnt it seemed
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#54 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?
User avatar
#53 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
So, clearly, the police are inadequate. So, who protects you when the police can't?
User avatar
#55 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
there is a point to which there is the need for a citizen needs to be responsible, and the rest where the state you are living at, needs to guarantee the responsibility. of course we can say now everyone is responsible for their own safety, and fuck it. but then also all citizen can take care of the community dump, and all other tasks the nation is responsible for. its like a computer system, there is a certain extend to which the system garantuees its running and a certain extend you do. but it doesnt always work and the system sometimes crashes.

"When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?"
i bet even in america you cant garantuee that she will be protected, from all the things about rape and assault i hear from there. sometimes the system fails and there will be victims, noone wants that and we should do everything possible to prevent that, but we shouldnt just give everyone the oppertunity to kill, because judgement is relative and noone should judicialize on others that are just the same.
thats my opinion, and if you want you can add responses and stuff and i will read through it, but wont actively reply. i guess every side made it points, and it should suffice for now
User avatar
#65 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Everyone has the potential to kill just by virtue of having hands. It only takes 5 seconds of restricting the carotid artery to render someone unconscious by wringing their neck, and then you just have to step on the back of their neck. One upward strike with the heel of the hand to the nose can cave in the nasal cavity and drive bone fragments straight into the brain. Humans are fragile, and killing them bare-handed is easy.

See, what I'm hearing is, "If you can't guarantee success, don't even try."

You know what that makes you? A nice, soft, easy target. Have fun with that.

Fuck... I'm a socialist, but not THAT much of a socialist that I place all of my faith in something over which I have no control.
#83 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
People can bullshit all they want but everyone knows deep down that the type of person that would coldly murder someone with a gun would do it with anything else just the same.
#48 - You think the refugees care about the laws? If they want guns,…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +2
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#49 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
in america its easy to get guns, here it is way harder
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#52 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
From a store, maybe.

From Ivan "Twitchy" Makarov who lives in the "cheap district"? Pretty easy. Hell, you guys have almost no border controls. A guy could buy 1000 AKs, load them in a truck and drive them across your totally uncontrolled border, and no one would be any the wiser until they started showing up on the news.
#46 - Right. Mass rape is a VASTLY superior alternative. &q…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +1
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#47 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
i want to see the sources on "mass rape" if you dont mind.
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#51 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
they have been assaulted, not raped. im not defending them, but thats NOT a reason for a amendment, but a massive police fuck up. on new years eve there had to be police there, but there wasnt it seemed
User avatar
#54 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?
User avatar
#53 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
So, clearly, the police are inadequate. So, who protects you when the police can't?
User avatar
#55 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
there is a point to which there is the need for a citizen needs to be responsible, and the rest where the state you are living at, needs to guarantee the responsibility. of course we can say now everyone is responsible for their own safety, and fuck it. but then also all citizen can take care of the community dump, and all other tasks the nation is responsible for. its like a computer system, there is a certain extend to which the system garantuees its running and a certain extend you do. but it doesnt always work and the system sometimes crashes.

"When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?"
i bet even in america you cant garantuee that she will be protected, from all the things about rape and assault i hear from there. sometimes the system fails and there will be victims, noone wants that and we should do everything possible to prevent that, but we shouldnt just give everyone the oppertunity to kill, because judgement is relative and noone should judicialize on others that are just the same.
thats my opinion, and if you want you can add responses and stuff and i will read through it, but wont actively reply. i guess every side made it points, and it should suffice for now
User avatar
#65 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Everyone has the potential to kill just by virtue of having hands. It only takes 5 seconds of restricting the carotid artery to render someone unconscious by wringing their neck, and then you just have to step on the back of their neck. One upward strike with the heel of the hand to the nose can cave in the nasal cavity and drive bone fragments straight into the brain. Humans are fragile, and killing them bare-handed is easy.

See, what I'm hearing is, "If you can't guarantee success, don't even try."

You know what that makes you? A nice, soft, easy target. Have fun with that.

Fuck... I'm a socialist, but not THAT much of a socialist that I place all of my faith in something over which I have no control.
#83 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
People can bullshit all they want but everyone knows deep down that the type of person that would coldly murder someone with a gun would do it with anything else just the same.
#43 - See, THAT'S why the Second Amendment is in place. To be ready …  [+] (14 new replies) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +2
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#45 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
on a sidenote: the second amendment would also work for the refugees, so they would be allowed to carry guns as well. i dont need to tell you how well this would work, right?
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#48 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
You think the refugees care about the laws? If they want guns, they'll get them.
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#49 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
in america its easy to get guns, here it is way harder
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#52 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
From a store, maybe.

From Ivan "Twitchy" Makarov who lives in the "cheap district"? Pretty easy. Hell, you guys have almost no border controls. A guy could buy 1000 AKs, load them in a truck and drive them across your totally uncontrolled border, and no one would be any the wiser until they started showing up on the news.
User avatar
#44 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
nobody died in cologno (iirc)
if you had some law abiding people with firearms, and one accidently got nervous people would have died
User avatar
#46 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Right. Mass rape is a VASTLY superior alternative.

"One accidentally got nervous"? What, nervous while her clothes were being torn off by 20 angry men?

Sounds like the perfect time to be beyond nervous to me.
User avatar
#47 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
i want to see the sources on "mass rape" if you dont mind.
User avatar
#51 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
they have been assaulted, not raped. im not defending them, but thats NOT a reason for a amendment, but a massive police fuck up. on new years eve there had to be police there, but there wasnt it seemed
User avatar
#54 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?
User avatar
#53 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
So, clearly, the police are inadequate. So, who protects you when the police can't?
User avatar
#55 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
there is a point to which there is the need for a citizen needs to be responsible, and the rest where the state you are living at, needs to guarantee the responsibility. of course we can say now everyone is responsible for their own safety, and fuck it. but then also all citizen can take care of the community dump, and all other tasks the nation is responsible for. its like a computer system, there is a certain extend to which the system garantuees its running and a certain extend you do. but it doesnt always work and the system sometimes crashes.

"When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?"
i bet even in america you cant garantuee that she will be protected, from all the things about rape and assault i hear from there. sometimes the system fails and there will be victims, noone wants that and we should do everything possible to prevent that, but we shouldnt just give everyone the oppertunity to kill, because judgement is relative and noone should judicialize on others that are just the same.
thats my opinion, and if you want you can add responses and stuff and i will read through it, but wont actively reply. i guess every side made it points, and it should suffice for now
User avatar
#65 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Everyone has the potential to kill just by virtue of having hands. It only takes 5 seconds of restricting the carotid artery to render someone unconscious by wringing their neck, and then you just have to step on the back of their neck. One upward strike with the heel of the hand to the nose can cave in the nasal cavity and drive bone fragments straight into the brain. Humans are fragile, and killing them bare-handed is easy.

See, what I'm hearing is, "If you can't guarantee success, don't even try."

You know what that makes you? A nice, soft, easy target. Have fun with that.

Fuck... I'm a socialist, but not THAT much of a socialist that I place all of my faith in something over which I have no control.
#83 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
People can bullshit all they want but everyone knows deep down that the type of person that would coldly murder someone with a gun would do it with anything else just the same.
#41 - How's that working out for Cologne?  [+] (16 new replies) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +1
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#42 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
you cant count a massive wave of refugees into the account or regular measures.
although idk alot of what happend there, the police just fucked up massively
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#43 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
See, THAT'S why the Second Amendment is in place. To be ready for anything. As the saying goes, better to have and not need than to need and not have.

If Germany is so nice, then surely there is no harm in providing such nice, law-abiding people with firearms. Instead of nice people with no protection, you get nice people with protection. Nothing is lost, but a contingency is gained.

And sure, you may not have needed protection before, but that was before the introduction of a massive social group that hail from a nation and culture where violence is the status quo and a part of everyday life. You never need it until you need it.
Cologne may have been the first, but it definitely won't be the last.
User avatar
#45 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
on a sidenote: the second amendment would also work for the refugees, so they would be allowed to carry guns as well. i dont need to tell you how well this would work, right?
User avatar
#48 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
You think the refugees care about the laws? If they want guns, they'll get them.
User avatar
#49 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
in america its easy to get guns, here it is way harder
User avatar
#52 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
From a store, maybe.

From Ivan "Twitchy" Makarov who lives in the "cheap district"? Pretty easy. Hell, you guys have almost no border controls. A guy could buy 1000 AKs, load them in a truck and drive them across your totally uncontrolled border, and no one would be any the wiser until they started showing up on the news.
User avatar
#44 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
nobody died in cologno (iirc)
if you had some law abiding people with firearms, and one accidently got nervous people would have died
User avatar
#46 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Right. Mass rape is a VASTLY superior alternative.

"One accidentally got nervous"? What, nervous while her clothes were being torn off by 20 angry men?

Sounds like the perfect time to be beyond nervous to me.
User avatar
#47 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
i want to see the sources on "mass rape" if you dont mind.
User avatar
#51 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
they have been assaulted, not raped. im not defending them, but thats NOT a reason for a amendment, but a massive police fuck up. on new years eve there had to be police there, but there wasnt it seemed
User avatar
#54 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?
User avatar
#53 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
So, clearly, the police are inadequate. So, who protects you when the police can't?
User avatar
#55 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
there is a point to which there is the need for a citizen needs to be responsible, and the rest where the state you are living at, needs to guarantee the responsibility. of course we can say now everyone is responsible for their own safety, and fuck it. but then also all citizen can take care of the community dump, and all other tasks the nation is responsible for. its like a computer system, there is a certain extend to which the system garantuees its running and a certain extend you do. but it doesnt always work and the system sometimes crashes.

"When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?"
i bet even in america you cant garantuee that she will be protected, from all the things about rape and assault i hear from there. sometimes the system fails and there will be victims, noone wants that and we should do everything possible to prevent that, but we shouldnt just give everyone the oppertunity to kill, because judgement is relative and noone should judicialize on others that are just the same.
thats my opinion, and if you want you can add responses and stuff and i will read through it, but wont actively reply. i guess every side made it points, and it should suffice for now
User avatar
#65 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Everyone has the potential to kill just by virtue of having hands. It only takes 5 seconds of restricting the carotid artery to render someone unconscious by wringing their neck, and then you just have to step on the back of their neck. One upward strike with the heel of the hand to the nose can cave in the nasal cavity and drive bone fragments straight into the brain. Humans are fragile, and killing them bare-handed is easy.

See, what I'm hearing is, "If you can't guarantee success, don't even try."

You know what that makes you? A nice, soft, easy target. Have fun with that.

Fuck... I'm a socialist, but not THAT much of a socialist that I place all of my faith in something over which I have no control.
#83 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
People can bullshit all they want but everyone knows deep down that the type of person that would coldly murder someone with a gun would do it with anything else just the same.
#38 - But can you, though? Didn't exactly work out for the …  [+] (19 new replies) 01/29/2016 on (untitled) +2
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#40 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
well i hear that with the UK alot, but its a really small country and in my opinion not representative. tbh i dont have much knowledge about the statisics behind all the crimes n stuff and how the correlations are and the statistical signifigance of these correlations, but i believe out of personal experience, that people love to make correlations between more guns and lower crimes although they lack statistical significance, so i would always be careful with that kind of information.
the only thing i can tell, is that here in germany you have a restricted gun owner ship. you need to have a license for being allowed to own a gun and not everybody here owns a gun. of course there is crime but its not as serious, because its really rare for armed robbers to have a gun and i never experienced anything in my enviroment that had sth to do with that. another thing is that weapons and ammunition here are not sold everywhere, only certain stores are allowed to sell them, also nothing to minors, sometimes they are not even allowed to enter these stores. there is really seldom that people rob your houses here, but i guess thats some country difference. another thing that is the mental state of the people in america and here. people here are really decent and nice. there are no kinds of public attitude or anything, especially not infront of law enforcement, when the police shows up everyone shuts up and sits their asses down and listens. i kinda have trouble making the point about the social and mental mindset in english, but i hope you get it. also gun industry is booming in america, and you cant just destroy one of your biggest money income's
#82 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
>real life thing happened and was recorded
>multiple individual events of violent crime goes up
>is not representitive

Gee it's almost like the type of people that would kill someone with a gun would be the type of person to hit them in the back of the head with a hammer or stab them in the throat. Who'd have thought it was a mental health issue of an individual right? No one ever puts that idea out there.

It's simple, ban guns, no more mass shootings right? now theres only the mass sidewalk smearing when people want to kill lots of people quickly they just veer into the sidewalks and start taking people out. Enjoy making laws against that buddy boy.
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#41 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
How's that working out for Cologne?
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#42 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
you cant count a massive wave of refugees into the account or regular measures.
although idk alot of what happend there, the police just fucked up massively
User avatar
#43 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
See, THAT'S why the Second Amendment is in place. To be ready for anything. As the saying goes, better to have and not need than to need and not have.

If Germany is so nice, then surely there is no harm in providing such nice, law-abiding people with firearms. Instead of nice people with no protection, you get nice people with protection. Nothing is lost, but a contingency is gained.

And sure, you may not have needed protection before, but that was before the introduction of a massive social group that hail from a nation and culture where violence is the status quo and a part of everyday life. You never need it until you need it.
Cologne may have been the first, but it definitely won't be the last.
User avatar
#45 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
on a sidenote: the second amendment would also work for the refugees, so they would be allowed to carry guns as well. i dont need to tell you how well this would work, right?
User avatar
#48 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
You think the refugees care about the laws? If they want guns, they'll get them.
User avatar
#49 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
in america its easy to get guns, here it is way harder
User avatar
#52 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
From a store, maybe.

From Ivan "Twitchy" Makarov who lives in the "cheap district"? Pretty easy. Hell, you guys have almost no border controls. A guy could buy 1000 AKs, load them in a truck and drive them across your totally uncontrolled border, and no one would be any the wiser until they started showing up on the news.
User avatar
#44 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
nobody died in cologno (iirc)
if you had some law abiding people with firearms, and one accidently got nervous people would have died
User avatar
#46 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Right. Mass rape is a VASTLY superior alternative.

"One accidentally got nervous"? What, nervous while her clothes were being torn off by 20 angry men?

Sounds like the perfect time to be beyond nervous to me.
User avatar
#47 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
i want to see the sources on "mass rape" if you dont mind.
User avatar
#51 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
they have been assaulted, not raped. im not defending them, but thats NOT a reason for a amendment, but a massive police fuck up. on new years eve there had to be police there, but there wasnt it seemed
User avatar
#54 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?
User avatar
#53 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
So, clearly, the police are inadequate. So, who protects you when the police can't?
User avatar
#55 - ashampoo (01/29/2016) [-]
there is a point to which there is the need for a citizen needs to be responsible, and the rest where the state you are living at, needs to guarantee the responsibility. of course we can say now everyone is responsible for their own safety, and fuck it. but then also all citizen can take care of the community dump, and all other tasks the nation is responsible for. its like a computer system, there is a certain extend to which the system garantuees its running and a certain extend you do. but it doesnt always work and the system sometimes crashes.

"When your sister or cousin or friend is all alone one night and walks by the wrong group of 6 men out looking for a new toy, who protects her if the police can't?"
i bet even in america you cant garantuee that she will be protected, from all the things about rape and assault i hear from there. sometimes the system fails and there will be victims, noone wants that and we should do everything possible to prevent that, but we shouldnt just give everyone the oppertunity to kill, because judgement is relative and noone should judicialize on others that are just the same.
thats my opinion, and if you want you can add responses and stuff and i will read through it, but wont actively reply. i guess every side made it points, and it should suffice for now
User avatar
#65 - roninneko (01/29/2016) [-]
Everyone has the potential to kill just by virtue of having hands. It only takes 5 seconds of restricting the carotid artery to render someone unconscious by wringing their neck, and then you just have to step on the back of their neck. One upward strike with the heel of the hand to the nose can cave in the nasal cavity and drive bone fragments straight into the brain. Humans are fragile, and killing them bare-handed is easy.

See, what I'm hearing is, "If you can't guarantee success, don't even try."

You know what that makes you? A nice, soft, easy target. Have fun with that.

Fuck... I'm a socialist, but not THAT much of a socialist that I place all of my faith in something over which I have no control.
#83 - anon (01/29/2016) [-]
People can bullshit all they want but everyone knows deep down that the type of person that would coldly murder someone with a gun would do it with anything else just the same.