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2018-04-10 18:16 by Karl Denninger
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These Students Support Mass-Murder
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MIAMI (AP) — Hundreds of students have walked out of their Miami high school to protest gun violence after four current or former classmates were shot off campus.

So let's make this clear:

1. The shootings had nothing to do with school.  It occurred over the weekend at an apartment complex.

2. It was probably gang or drug-related.  Most shootings of this sort are, and this specific apartment complex was tagged by AP as being in a neighborhood where such is common.  Indeed a plurality of all gun homicides are drug or gang-related -- not related to so-called "assault weapons", riles or schools at all.

3. One of the "students" (in a blue hoodie) appears to be smoking a jointwhich is not legal in this state and further isn't legal for an under-21 person in any state.  NEVER MIND THAT SINCE THE SHOOTING IS PROBABLY GANG OR DRUG RELATED THAT STUDENT IS DOING EXACTLY WHAT LEADS TO THE VIOLENCE IN THE FIRST PLACE -- FUELING THE ILLEGAL DRUG TRADE, THE GANGS THAT SUPPLY IT AND THUS THESE SHOOTINGS.

And finally, said students are demanding mass-murder, as I've explained in my previous post; for those who haven't viewed the video have a look here:

AGAIN, THIS IS THE QUESTION YOU MUST DEMAND THESE "STUDENTS", INCLUDING MR. TOKER AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO SUPPORTS THEIR POSITION, ANSWER:

IF YOU ARE AGAINST HOMICIDE WHY ARE YOU ADVOCATING FOR AND IN FACT INSISTING ON MILLIONS OF MURDERS -- SPECIFICALLY, THE MURDER OF EVERYONE WHO SAYS "NO" TO YOUR DEMAND TO VIOLATE THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION?

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Alosix
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Yet.. they want the cops, that they don't trust and have marches about to still have guns don't they.


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Readers in Ohio: Please take a minute to send a message to your rep and senator to vote against yet another john kasich stab in the back. This bowel movement being passed off as legislation would allow a person to stripped of their 2nd amendment rights in a secret court hearing. Confiscation would directly follow. And yes, like all interactions with cops, if you resist sufficiently, they are allowed and trained to kill you.

https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/;jsessi....


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And the inmates are now running the mental asylum
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From Goforbroke's link:

kocsucks said:
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"I'm a 2nd amendment guy but I'm not going to support a 2nd amendment that is dangerous."


Kasich is an idiot and a fool.

The question is - dangerous to whom? The 2nd amendment is meant to be dangerous. It is the last and final redress to all issues against government actors hostile to the people. Without the second NO OTHER amendment can ever be protected.

It is that threat of pushback and revolution and to the elimination of those that would deny the rights of the people that makes it dangerous - TO TYRANTS.

Yet I noticed in the clip that they once again use the term "common sense" as the poison laced "kool-aid" for the day. The people in that interview supporting this confiscation abomination - especially teachers- are want-to-be mass murdererers.

Once again they wish to skirt around the issue by claiming they are not here to take away anyone's right to defend themselves or take away hunting rights. They even mentioned "temporarily" giving up their weapons. Did the British have temporary in mind when they came to Lexington and Concord too? I sure they would then decide who could and who could NOT have those weapons based upon political affiliation. It was the FIRST ACT they attempted to force their tyrannical will on the colonists. Many people blame King George but the fact is it was also the will of the co-conspirators in the houses of parliament.

Without parliament none of this would have occurred- not much different than modern congresses and senates.

These government actors believe governments in the USA have any creditibility or any real truth with his issue? They now attempt to disarm first through guile and deceit to seize weapons of the foolish. The guns in your face comes second if they think they have enough compliance.

If one believes such governmental good intentions then he too is a fool and an idiot and a part of the problem to be eliminated.

The fact is the problems of which Kasich bloviates upon have nothing to do with the 2nd amendment. Attacking the 2nd amendment is a convenient foil. It does have everything to do with not proscecuting and failiing to keep locked up violent offenders. It has everything to do with governmental malfeasance at every level to faithfully perform its job.

Kasich and his cronies know their necks are on the line because it is they that caused these issues. The problem is not the people's right to violently overthrow a criminal government.



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