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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Statistics of Gun Control

Everyone including me is horrified and heartbroken of the tragedy in Tuscan, Arizona. Every time an occurrence happens where a lunatic uses a gun to terrorize this Country, people criticize guns and demand new legislation to ban or control gun ownership. Those politicians use statistics to create fear in Americans and they try to prove the point that guns are the end all and be all of the problem. It is our responsibility to look at all the facts before jumping to action. Here are some statistics:
In rapes/sexual assaults involving strangers, weapons were known to be used in 20.3% of the incidents. Of these, 8.8% used a firearm (hand gun) and 11.5% used a knife. In rapes/sexual assaults involving nonstrangers, weapons were known to be used in 15% of the incidents. Of these, 4.2% used a firearm (hand gun); 5.4% used a knife or sharp object, and 2% used some other weapon. (A KNIFE WAS USED MORE THAN A GUN)

In 100% of rapes committed against women and children, the perpetrator used his PENIS as a weapon. (PENIS WAS USED AS A WEAPON MORE TIMES THAN A GUN)
I don’t ever see the men in this Country willingly handing over their penises to ensure that rape doesn’t happen again.
I also don’t see the Secret Service who protects Obama and his family ever handing in their guns. Is Obama’s two daughters more important than your children? I don’t think so! Personally, I hold my children in the highest regard. How important are your kids to you?

Most men don’t rape women and children. There are those that do, though. Just like most lawfully registered gun owners do not go out and illegally shoot people, but there are those that do. If we are to confiscate harmful weapons from our society we will start with penises then move to guns and that goes for Secret Service as well.

Here is the truth about gun confiscation: by Dean Speir, formerly famous gunwriter

In 1911, Turkey established gun control. From 1915 to 1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. By 1987 that figure had risen to 61,911,000.

China established gun control in 1935. From 1948 to 1952 10,076,000 political dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated in Kuomintang China, and by 1987 another 35,236,000 exterminations were carried out under the Communists.

Germany established gun control1 in 1938 and from 1939 to 1945, 13 million Jews and others who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.

Guatemala established gun control in 1964. From 1964 to 1981, 100,000 Mayan Indians, without the means to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

Uganda established gun control in 1970. From 1971 to 1979 under General Idi Amin Dada, 300,000 Christians and political rivals of Amin2, unable to defend them¬selves, were rounded up and exterminated.

Cambodia established gun control in 1956. Between 1975 and 19793, 2,035,000 "educated" people, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

In a March 1976 coup in Argentina, a military junta seized power and went on a campaign to wipe out left-wing terrorism with terror far worse than the one they were combating. For seven years thousands of people, most of them dissidents and innocent civilians unconnected with terrorism, were arrested and then vanished without a trace, the Argentinian service chief's version of Hitler's Nacht und Nebel directive. After democracy was restored in 1983, a national commission was appointed to investigate the fate of "los desaparecidos." That report revealed the systematic abductions of men women and children and the methodic use of torture and murder. Human rights groups say up to 30,000 people4 were killed or "disappeared" as the military waged its campaign against a disarmed citizenry.

The United Nations imposed gun control after civil war broke out in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1992. Although the town of Srebrenica was a UN-designated "safe area," in July of 1995 more than 7,000 unarmed Muslim men and boys were murdered by Serb forces as the UN forces in the town proved unable or unwilling to help its Muslim population.

Defenseless people rounded up and exterminated in the 20th Century because of gun control: at least 56 million5… that we know about. The places are all too familiar: Stalin's Russia, Nazi Germany, Communist China, Uganda, Rwanda, Guatemala, Cambodia, Armenia, The Sudan, Bosnia and many more.

Even in the new Millennium…

In April 2000, toward the end of Sierra Leone's 11-year civil war in which the United Nations convinced civilians to surrender their private weapon, those citizens ended up defenseless when 500 UNAMSIL peacekeepers in the east, unable to protect even themselves, were taken hostage by rebels moving on the capital of Freetown.

And back in Uganda, extreme brutality and death continue today due to the government's continued attempts at "forceful disarmament6" of the civilian populace, primarily Karamojong tribespeople.

Additionally, in 2006 the genocide of unarmed victims in Darfur is unfathomably bad, more than two million people, yet no one has acted to stop it. The United Nations has failed to issue any meaningful sanctions against the openly racist Islamist dictatorship in Khartoum perpetrating it, or to even call it a genocide.

David B. Kopel, Paul Gallant and Joanne D. Eisen, writing in the Notre Dame Law Review (Volume 81, Number 4), note that that national gun-control statutes7 for the Darfur victims effectively prevent self defense.

So the next time someone talks in favor of gun control, ask them "Who do you want to round up and exterminate?"

Something to think about as the Liberal media attempts to demonize firearms and gun owners in what amounts to an unending propaganda blitz. They are sympathetic to the politicians who seek to blame crime on "the easy availability of guns" and "illegal guns" through evil devices like "the gun show loophole."

At one point gun confiscation in this country was unthinkable, yet we saw it occur quite openly in 1991 in New York City, enabled solely due to a registration scheme put into place in 1967 when Mayor John V. Lindsay signed a long gun registration law which was later used as a confiscation list.

1.- It's clear that Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) deemed gun control a critical element of his National Socialist policy. After having occupied Russian territory he wrote in Tischegesprache Im Fuhrerhauptquartier 1941-1942:

“Der größte Unsinn, den man in den besetzen Ostgebieten machen könnte, sei der, den unterworfenen Völkern Waffen zu geben. Die Geschicte lehre, daß alle Herrenvölker untergegangen seien, nachdem sie den von ihnen unterworfenen Volkern Waffen bewilligt hatten.”
["The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to permit the conquered Eastern peoples to have arms. History teaches that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by doing so." Hitler's Table-Talk at the Fuhrer's Headquarters 1941-1942, Dr. Henry Picker, editor. (Athenaum-Verlag, Bonn, 1951)] (But see N. A. Browne's The Myth of Nazi Gun Control)

2.- Human rights groups say actually up to 500,000 people were killed during Idi Amin's 8-year rule. Bodies were dumped into the Nile River because graves couldn't be dug fast enough. At one point, so many bodies were fed to crocodiles that the remains occasionally clogged intake ducts at Uganda's main hydroelectric plant at Jinja.

3.- During the short four years of its rule in Cambodia, Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge government murdered over 31 percent of the entire Cambodian population.

4.- A government report "officially" lists 9,000 victims.
4.- According to Robert J. Cottrol in "A Liberal Democrat's Lament" (The American Enterprise, September/October 1999), University of Hawaii political scientist Rudolph J. Rummel, one of the leading students of democide (mass murder of civilian populations by governments), has estimated that nearly 180 million people were murdered by their own governments in the 20th century, the largest single cause of untimely death in the world.

The familiar list of mass murderers – Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot – only scratches the surface. The mass slaughter of helpless, unarmed civilian populations continues to this very day in Sudan, Rwanda, and parts of the former Yugoslavia.

5.- Kopel, Gallant and Eisen on The Consequences of United Nations Gun Confiscation in East Africa: forceful disarmament in Kenya and Uganda.

6.- A permit applicant in Darfur must be over 30 years old, have specified social and economic status, and be physically examined by a doctor. A handgun owner can legally purchase only 15 rounds of ammunition a year, hardly enough to gain any level of proficiency. Violation of the gun control laws include severe penalties, ranging up to execution by the government.

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