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posted on Nov, 14 2017 @ 01:54 PM
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originally posted by: Wardaddy454

originally posted by: ScepticScot

originally posted by: Wardaddy454

originally posted by: ScepticScot
a reply to: Konduit

You do know there is a difference between Muslim and fundamentalist.


Can't be. It is blasphemy to not strictly adhere to the Quran.


So by that spectacular logic Muslims must make up about 0.0001% of the population so worrying about them taking over doesn't make much sense.


Over 300 million guns in the country, and less than 7% are used in crimes, and even less than that used in mass shootings. But some want to ban them all.

Man, 300 million guns, what country are you talking about, Pakistan? For the US that would be almost 1 gun per person on average (even counting the babies). 7% of that is still 210,000 guns, that's a lot of guns. Someone is enjoying the profits though. Those tin cans must be a real threat:

edit on 14-11-2017 by whereislogic because: (no reason given)




posted on Nov, 14 2017 @ 03:15 PM
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a reply to: Wide-Eyes

he set it up



posted on Nov, 15 2017 @ 02:11 PM
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originally posted by: whereislogic

originally posted by: Wardaddy454

originally posted by: ScepticScot

originally posted by: Wardaddy454

originally posted by: ScepticScot
a reply to: Konduit

You do know there is a difference between Muslim and fundamentalist.


Can't be. It is blasphemy to not strictly adhere to the Quran.


So by that spectacular logic Muslims must make up about 0.0001% of the population so worrying about them taking over doesn't make much sense.


Over 300 million guns in the country, and less than 7% are used in crimes, and even less than that used in mass shootings. But some want to ban them all.

Man, 300 million guns, what country are you talking about, Pakistan? For the US that would be almost 1 gun per person on average (even counting the babies). 7% of that is still 210,000 guns, that's a lot of guns. Someone is enjoying the profits though. Those tin cans must be a real threat:

If your number was for the US, then it's more than Pakistan. Wikipedia mentions regarding Pakistan "the rate of private gun ownership is 11.6 firearms per 100 people." For the US that would be almost 100 firearms per 100 people. If that number was for the US and if it's anywhere near correct, I can hardly fathom it. I thought Pakistanis were guncrazy. You'd think muslim Pakistanis with ties to terrorism and wars on all their borders would be more guncrazy than the people in the US. I think it's safe to say some people have some issues. Especially round and about the areas that voted for Trump, bible belt and elsewhere (rural areas with lots of hypocritical Church-goers, mostly Trinitarians).

Why So Many Violent Crimes Now? Awake!—2003

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The Mass Media and Violence

Some point to evidence that various forms of modern communication may encourage aggressive conduct. Regular exposure to violence depicted on television, in movies, in video games, and on the Internet is said to desensitize the conscience and inspire violent crimes. Dr. Daniel Borenstein, president of the American Psychiatric Association, stated: “At this time there are more than 1,000 studies based on more than 30 years of research demonstrating a causal connection between media violence and aggressive behavior in some children.” Before a U.S. Senate committee, Dr. Borenstein testified: “We are convinced that repeated exposure to entertainment violence in all its forms has significant public health implications.”—See the box “Computer-Game Violence—A Doctor’s Viewpoint.”

Specific cases are often cited to show that this is true. In the case of the triggerman involved in the cold-blooded murder of a couple watching the sunrise on a beach, mentioned in the preceding article, prosecutors presented evidence that the thrill killing was inspired by repeated viewing of a violent movie. In a school shooting where 15 people were killed, the two student perpetrators were said to have spent hours each day playing violent video games. Additionally, they repeatedly watched movies glorifying violence and killing.

Drugs
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Easy Access to Destructive Weapons

As mentioned in the preceding article, a lone gunman in Tasmania, Australia, killed 35 people. He wounded 19 others. The man was armed with military-style semiautomatic weapons. This led many to conclude that easy access to such weapons is another factor in the rise of violent crimes.

One report shows that there were only 32 gun murders in Japan in 1995, most involving gangsters killed by other gangsters. In contrast, the United States had more than 15,000 gun murders. Why the difference? Japan’s stringent gun ownership laws have been cited by some as a reason.
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Go ahead and click the link to read the rest of the article, I dare you. There's no need to fear clicking a link with beneficial teaching that might wake some people up as much as some people fear tin cans. Not that one needs to fear those either really. Resist this system of things, don't allow yourself to be played so easily. In this case by the so-called military industrial complex, but they are slaves to a Master (Ruler) that they're unaware of, the one referred to as "the god of this system of things" at 2 Corinthians 4:4 and "the ruler of the world" at John 14:30:

He is a liar! (part 1 of 2)

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posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 11:48 AM
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And then it went in the wrong direction so he left...



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