I am asking the question in a very genuine manner.....
I have read countless posts that state or imply that the British live under a "dictatorship" while America is the "land of the free"
I am from the UK so obviously I understand that the American people have the right to bear arm's and we do not...but that aside what are the
differences and more importantly what can we learn from each other?...as I refuse to believe that ANY country get's everything right, especially at
this point in history!
I am NOT trying to make this a UK v US hate thread!!
I am hoping there are others who like myself want to put all emotional crap to one side and actually may become a little more educated as a result.
This is the thing....being British I don't feel like I come under any more oppression than most other countries....significantly less in some
But there seems to be a very high proportion of American's who believe we do and believe we should be pitied....I'm just trying to understand why
The English Bill Of Rights 1689 and i quote " no royal interference in the freedom of the people to have arms for their own defence as suitable
to their class and as allowed by law "
This is basically what the US second amendment was based on:-
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