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...but immediately asserting THEY were the sole target of the FedEx killer is dubious, AND following that up be demanding irrational and dangerous ‘gun control’ laws makes me want to tell them to move back to India or Iran where they can enjoy the oh-so-wonderful ‘gun control’ there. Maybe they don’t remember the massacres in those countries where they actually WERE targeted for their views, and the numbers were in the thousands.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/indianapolis ... x-shooting

‘Gun control’ supporters just disgust me, no matter how naive and sincere their intent; they are still willing to shove their ignorance down everyone else’s throats, even if the result is far more innocent deaths.
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they are marxist-trained to bleat out "gun control". which means they've never seen mine.

everyone bleating that is a marxist tool
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Back in the sixties we had a few race riots in the UK, I was working for Westley Richards at the time and Sikhs came in buying shotguns, claiming to be visitors to the UK and thus not requiring any form of gun license. They didn't seem to want gun control then......
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Sikhs are among the foremost warriors in the world possibly outdone only by Gurkhas.....I seriously doubt, that as a society, they have changed all that much. I don't let the bleatings of a couple snowflakes change my opinion of an entire society.
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Blaine wrote:
Sun Apr 18, 2021 1:38 pm
Sikhs are among the foremost warriors in the world possibly outdone only by Gurkhas.....I seriously doubt, that as a society, they have changed all that much. I don't let the bleatings of a couple snowflakes change my opinion of an entire society.
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Good point. I suppose that would be like looking at the graduates of Stanford or Georgetown as representative of ‘Americans’...

On the other hand, I guess if I’m being honest, my respect for ‘Americans’ has been lessened the more I see of the snowflake generation... :|

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AJMD429 wrote:
Sun Apr 18, 2021 3:55 pm
Blaine wrote:
Sun Apr 18, 2021 1:38 pm
Sikhs are among the foremost warriors in the world possibly outdone only by Gurkhas.....I seriously doubt, that as a society, they have changed all that much. I don't let the bleatings of a couple snowflakes change my opinion of an entire society.
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Good point. I suppose that would be like looking at the graduates of Stanford or Georgetown as representative of ‘Americans’...

On the other hand, I guess if I’m being honest, my respect for ‘Americans’ has been lessened the more I see of the snowflake generation... :|

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Blaine wrote:
Sun Apr 18, 2021 6:35 pm
AJMD429 wrote:
Sun Apr 18, 2021 3:55 pm
Blaine wrote:
Sun Apr 18, 2021 1:38 pm
Sikhs are among the foremost warriors in the world possibly outdone only by Gurkhas.....I seriously doubt, that as a society, they have changed all that much. I don't let the bleatings of a couple snowflakes change my opinion of an entire society.
:idea:
Good point. I suppose that would be like looking at the graduates of Stanford or Georgetown as representative of ‘Americans’...

On the other hand, I guess if I’m being honest, my respect for ‘Americans’ has been lessened the more I see of the snowflake generation... :|

... Time to go watch some more
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how is it that the foremost warriors in the world want to take my firearms away from me?

how brave is that?
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Maybe someone should suggest that the Sikh’s give up the knife they carry if they wish to disarm others.
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Trailboss wrote:
Mon Apr 19, 2021 1:31 am
Maybe someoane should suggest that the Sikh’s give up the knife they carry if they wish to disarm others.
Good point.. because our UK gun and knife laws are aimed at keeping us from defending ourselves, I once thought of becoming a Sikh just so I could LEGALLY carry a Kirpan.
Decided it was easier to just ignore the law... :roll:
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gamekeeper wrote:
Mon Apr 19, 2021 9:01 am
Trailboss wrote:
Mon Apr 19, 2021 1:31 am
Maybe someoane should suggest that the Sikh’s give up the knife they carry if they wish to disarm others.
Good point.. because our UK gun and knife laws are aimed at keeping us from defending ourselves, I once thought of becoming a Sikh just so I could LEGALLY carry a Kirpan.
Decided it was easier to just ignore the law... :roll:
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Sikhs are good people.

Be sure to allow for the mockingbird media pushing their narrative.

Wonder how many Sikhs they had to interview before they finally got one that said, 'guns bad!'

This kid was seriously messed up. A 'brony'? Seriously?

Indiana law enforcement seriously screwed up in previous encounters. If they had done their job he wouldn't have passed a background check.

On a related subject. Kid buys *two* guns, I'm guessing AR pattern. These days, I'm guessing 2k for both. Need ammo and mags another $500 - $1000

Where TF did he get this kind of money?
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wecsoger wrote:
Tue Apr 20, 2021 6:06 pm
Sikhs are good people.

Be sure to allow for the mockingbird media pushing their narrative.

Wonder how many Sikhs they had to interview before they finally got one that said, 'guns bad!'

This kid was seriously messed up. A 'brony'? Seriously?

Indiana law enforcement seriously screwed up in previous encounters. If they had done their job he wouldn't have passed a background check.

On a related subject. Kid buys *two* guns, I'm guessing AR pattern. These days, I'm guessing 2k for both. Need ammo and mags another $500 - $1000


Stimulus and unemployment “bonus”?
Where TF did he get this kind of money?
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wecsoger wrote:
Tue Apr 20, 2021 6:06 pm
Sikhs are good people.

Be sure to allow for the mockingbird media pushing their narrative.

Wonder how many Sikhs they had to interview before they finally got one that said, 'guns bad!'

This kid was seriously messed up. A 'brony'? Seriously?

Indiana law enforcement seriously screwed up in previous encounters. If they had done their job he wouldn't have passed a background check.

On a related subject. Kid buys *two* guns, I'm guessing AR pattern. These days, I'm guessing 2k for both. Need ammo and mags another $500 - $1000

Where TF did he get this kind of money?
Well, at least up until he lost his job there, he was making great money; FedEx pays rather well. I have many patients who work there and make far more per hour than I do.

And I agree on the 'media' probably going out of their way to find someone to support their 'raaaacist' narrative, especially since the kid looks like a 'midwest redneck' right out of Central Casting... :roll: Whatever 'spokesperson' they are using really is pushing the 'he shot up FedEx because he was trying to kill Sikh's' narrative though. It could be, but I'm guessing he was just deranged and filled with irrational hate. Who knows why. Drugs? Girlfriend dumped him? Everyone-gets-trophy generation? Sees-how-messed-up-the-world-is-so-all-is-hopeless kid?

Sadly, the only thing that provides much 'security' against things like this is on-site intervention ('shooting back' if the person penetrates the 'good security perimeter'), because no matter how good the 'background checks' or 'red flag laws' are, sooner or later the deranged person WILL get a weapon of some sort, and there isn't a practical or moral way to keep those who are only 'potentially violent' locked up and/or disarmed, because everyone is 'potentially violent'.
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Cackling Kamala and Dementia Joe could never be dangerous. Come on, man! Why, those two are the least likely of anyone on the planet to push themselves forward. They wouldn't want to tell you how to live. :roll: :roll: :roll:

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