Originally posted by GibonzTPTB will eventually use all these events as a pretext to outlaw the 2nd amendment, as having the 2nd
amendment they might have resistance from people/civillians who wont toe the line in the future when more controversial policies are brought in.
Essentially, limiting the strength of any possible resistance groups later on down the line...
Well that certainly seems to be the pattern up to now:
5-28-75 Centennial Secondary School, Canada
"The Globe and Mail demands that the “government . . . get off its butt” and introduce tougher ‘gun control’ laws. " "The proposals were
recommended for legislation and passed. "
12-6-89 Ecole Poytechnique, Canada
"The 1989 massacre also prompted the introduction of new gun-control measures, including the controversial gun registry.."
3-13-96 Dunblane Primary School
Bristish gun laws were made much more stringent in the wake of the shootings.
4-28-96 Port Arthur/Broad Arrow Cafe
Stringent anti-gun regulations for Australians were enacted in the wake of this shooting.
3-28-98 Westside Middle School
"...Federal Emergency Management Agency officials will help develop a national program to combat school violence in the aftermath of shootings at
Westside Middle School near Jonesboro, AK and other schools around the country, an agency official said Friday.
4-26-02 Gutenburg Gymansium
"....two hours after the attack, Germany's parliament jumped into action and immediately tightened the nation's weapons laws."
5-11-06 Antwerp Street Shooting
"Belgian lawmakers passed strict new gun control laws in 2006 in reaction to the racially motivated shooting deaths of a toddler and her black baby
sitter in Antwerp."
11-7-07 Jokela High School
"Such a tragedy in the normally peaceful Nordic nation should make Finland reconsider its campaign against European Union plans to tighten gun
ownership laws for youngsters, a senior cabinet member told Reuters."
"The German government has agreed to curb gun rights, two months after a 17-year-old killed 15 people with a pistol taken from his father’s
4-10-09 OAED Vocational College
"...an unprecedented incident for Greece that fueled debate about laws governing gun ownership..."
4-30-09 State Oil Academy
"The Azerbajaini Parliament's Standing Human Rights Commission chair Rabiyyat Aslanova said that security must be increased in higher schools....
Aslanova said that cameras must be installed at the entrance to universities...."
11-26-09 Pecs University
"(Justice Minister Tibor) Draskovics said that Hungary's laws on the possession of firearms had to be reviewed to see if any tightening is
6-2-10 Cumbria taxi rampage
"The government has promised to lead a national debate on the gun laws with MPs debating the issue before the end of July."
"If we are looking for what the problem is, it is clearly that in our society we have a huge number of guns that we need to get rid of." --David
Cameron, Prime Minister