Gun Control

Is it really guns, or just the “entertainment” world?

1/7/2013:

I’m getting a bit tired of the argument to ban guns – when it’s a constitutional right. Even though it’s harder than ever to get a gun legally, and next to impossible to carry one unconcealed (they’ve been chipping away at that great document on many levels since it was signed), one has to wonder if it’s the guns themselves – or all the “violence” that has been so gloriously promoted in Hollywood.

Like that ridiculously hypocritical PSA that a bunch of actors released recently – when they themselves are promoting gun violence on the TV and movie screens – and getting filthy rich in the process. Someone made a video that shows how shallow these people are in their phony “message” to the world:

What about video games?

Below is a very popular “FPS” (first person shooter) called Max Payne 3 (we wrote about it last year because one part of it supposedly takes place right here in Hoboken).

So kids for the past 20 years have been de-sensitized about blowing people’s heads off. Hmmm. Did the guns make them do that? Or something else?

What next – some kids running around roof-tops in Hoboken blasting their glocks?

Citizens from other countries: “Never give up your guns!”

Lastly – one Hoboken411 reader shared this VERY INTERESTING blog post from a chap in Russia – who really understands history. He wrote a story entitled Americans Never Give Up Your Guns,” where he reminds everyone of the tragic track record with previous societies where similar circumstances took place under the guise of “public safety.” A total MUST READ.

“For those of us fighting for our traditional rights, the US 2nd Amendment is a rare light in an ever darkening room. Governments will use the excuse of trying to protect the people from maniacs and crime, but are in reality, it is the bureaucrats protecting their power and position. The excuse that people will start shooting each other is also plain and silly. So it is our politicians saying that our society is full of incapable adolescents who can never be trusted? Then, please explain how we can trust them or the police, who themselves grew up and came from the same culture?

No it is about power and a total power over the people.”

Carry on with your day, peons!

2nd Amendment: What has come over people?

1/2/2013 Update:

As I mentioned in my New Year’s Resolutions (i.e., life changes) post the other day – I’ve long given up on mainstream media (TV, print, etc.)

However, that does not mean I’m exempt from seeing the horrific messages they pound into the heads of regular readers and viewers. Like how they now attack the constitution on a daily basis!

Like this coordinated blitz from the NYC newspapers soon after the CT “shooting.” This is along the lines of the predictive programming plan that I mention a few weeks ago. There’s some kind of tragic event – quickly followed by some governmental “change” which is supposed to “better” the people. Yeah. I’m surprised that this tactic keeps working over and over. Humans are such easy marks these days now that they’ve collectively been dumbed-down.

However, those of us who’ve been awake, connected the dots long ago – and see what they’re doing. How come more of you aren’t awake yet? Why do you keep falling for it? Do your research!

Are you for or against gun control? (i.e., 2nd Amendment)

12/19/2012:

I’m sure many of you now have seen how “gun control” has become the big story after the Sandy Hook School shooting in Connecticut.

For those that might need help in forming your opinion – here’s a very relevant episode from Penn & Teller:

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26 Comments on "Gun Control"


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john14
3 years 1 month ago

Funny, VP Biden is overseeing the task force for gun control, but in ’08 he proudly defended his own gun ownership

washingtonexaminer.com/biden-2008-i...roblem/article/2516400#.UNIZ-W80V8E

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joey maxim
3 years 1 month ago

joe biden don’t know if he is alive..his dead two votes from his state are a mute point.who the fk is goinig to attack his crappy 18 mile state? There is no task force..weapons will come in from all parts of the globe for a price ..worth more than dope..its all talk to pander to the lib aclu morans ….all should have a weapon in their home to defend themselves,but take a look at the nut jobs that are copycats..kids should not suffer.put a stop to the x box vidio games that enhance these nut jobs..think about it,,,[quote comment=”218749″]Funny, VP… Read more »

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joey maxim
3 years 1 month ago

joe biden don’t know if he is alive..his dead two votes from his state are a mute point.who the fk is goinig to attack his crappy 18 mile state? There is no task force..weapons will come in from all parts of the globe for a price ..worth more than dope..its all talk to pander to the lib aclu morans ….all should have a weapon in their home to defend themselves,but take a look at the nut jobs that are copycats..kids should not suffer.put a stop to the x box vidio games that enhance these nut jobs..think about it,,,[quote comment=”218749″]Funny, VP… Read more »

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trueblue11
3 years 1 month ago

we all know that idiots like Penn and Teller, and John14 and Maxim, like to make things black and white. Most things are not, the gun issue is a major example. How do we stop incidents like what happened in Conn.? Pardon the expression, but there is no magic bullet. yes, banning assault weapons is a part of the solution…A PART!!!! They are not for hunting, but they are great for murdering as many people as possible by some deranged maniac. violent video games are another part. look at that creep in Norway who practiced on them before he killed… Read more »

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HansBrix
3 years 1 month ago

Actually the Bushmaster is very good at feral hog control which is a problem in southern states. It’s essentially a varmint gun. I’m pretty sure Kos or MSNBC never mentioned this which would explain why you didn’t know. [quote comment=”218761″]we all know that idiots like Penn and Teller, and John14 and Maxim, like to make things black and white. Most things are not, the gun issue is a major example. How do we stop incidents like what happened in Conn.? Pardon the expression, but there is no magic bullet. yes, banning assault weapons is a part of the solution…A PART!!!!… Read more »

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3 years 1 month ago

AR 15s are also very popular for multiple target matches. Attend the state High Power match or one of the multiple Civilian Marksmanship Program matches and you’ll be surprised how many legally owned ARs there are in NJ. As long as they don’t have a flash hider or a bayonet lug, they are not considered Assault Weapons and so are NJ legal.[quote comment=”218764″]Actually the Bushmaster is very good at feral hog control which is a problem in southern states. It’s essentially a varmint gun. I’m pretty sure Kos or MSNBC never mentioned this which would explain why you didn’t know.[/quote]

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HansBrix
3 years 1 month ago

But let’s not forget that they are indeed good at killing or at least stopping people, especially those who covet your stuff, wife or daughter, and decide to invade your occupied home to act on their primitive impulses. Urban blue staters don’t know much about rural law enforcement and the realities of response times. Sheriff Duckworth’s job is often a mop up operation. Even locally a criminal could push past the AC unit and be inside faster than it even takes to swipe past the iPhone closed screen. An M4 can bring down your intruder without the same chance of… Read more »

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3 years 1 month ago

I’m gonna put this in a light people tend to evade. All these natural rights; free speech, freedom of religion, of the people to bear arms, etc., share an equal status in their untouchable status (unalienable). Which religion you choose to practice cannot be limited, nor can the government legislate banning of one religion by arguing it’s not infringement since you may choose from the approved list of religions. The same applies to the Second Amendment, being equal (all unalienable) to freedom of religion, free speech, and the rest. The Declaration of Independence (DoI) establishes Natural Law, individual sovereignty, and… Read more »

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Bornandpraised
3 years 1 month ago

No one is evading anything. You are not allowed to slander. You are not allowed to libel. You are not allowed to incite violence or treason. All of these are restrictions on the first amendment. That goes double for the press, not to mention the loads of restrictions put on the later. Peaceable assemblage? Where to start on the restrictions on that. You are not allowed to practice a religion based on slander or libel or incitement to violence or treason, nor follow a religion that practices sacrifice, and there are legal means to declare a religion is not a… Read more »

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3 years 1 month ago

Slander, libel, inciting violence and committing treason are not freedom of speech. You introduce a straw man argument which falls flat. Freedom of speech is your natural right to express your opinion and ideas for or against proposed or enacted government policy. Freedom of speech pertains the person’s opinion and ideas to the governance or possible policies. Unfortunately, you use a logical fallacy here for that and the religion example. The Second Amendment includes grammar which you seem not to comprehend. “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to… Read more »

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3 years 1 month ago

What it comes down to is de facto and de jure implementation. The government at times practices social engineering which does not always comply with the restrictions of the U.S. Constitution. It is a violation, but when the Justice Department refuses to enforce the Constitution’s restrictions, there’s no check against the violations. Even the Supreme Court is at times openly hostile to the restrictions and few (17) enumerated powers granted to a limited government. Case in point is Justice Ginsburg who during an interview regarding Egypt’s formation of a new constitution was asked if Egypt should ratify the same U.S.… Read more »

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