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The right to own guns: would you support such legislation in Poland?


Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
27 Feb 2020 #1,501
Can YOU pull the trigger to kill?
If not, stfu.
cms neuf - | 1,579
27 Feb 2020 #1,502
LOL - the closest you ever got to a trigger was stripping down some bent and rusty AKs at a pioneer summer camp while getting bitten by mosquitoes next to some polluted lake

There is no way Putin is going to allow Russians to carry guns unless they are his bodyguards
Miloslaw 8 | 2,418
27 Feb 2020 #1,503
There is no way Putin is going to allow Russians to carry guns

Absolutely!
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,504
A question to the PF Euros....
Did any of you ever fire a gun? Or did the very sight make you shake and tremble?
cms neuf - | 1,579
28 Feb 2020 #1,505
Yes I have. Many of the PF Euros have done military service and would probably be more useful in a fire fight than a drunk Russian conscript Who has been fed on rations of sprats and boot polish
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,839
28 Feb 2020 #1,506
It ain't the blacks............ it's those dumb gun laws.........

" guns don't kill people, rappers do "

youtu.be/VXzFp1lshBE

LMAO @ 'sprats and bootpolish'..
jon357 66 | 16,187
28 Feb 2020 #1,507
Many of the PF Euros

And of course some from the countryside, from farming backgrounds...
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,508
Many of the PF Euros have done military service

Doing guard duty in a warm room when the Americans are doing all the fighting does not count.
Have you fired a gun or did you see them fired only when watching American movies because holding a real gun would be too stressful and upsetting to a weasel Polak?
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,839
28 Feb 2020 #1,509
if that is what you think why spend your life on a 'Polish Forum' ...?

Nobody to talk to in real life? Poor you..
cms neuf - | 1,579
28 Feb 2020 #1,510
Rather guard duty in a warm room than troll duty in a cold basement.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,512
Rather guard duty in a warm room

Did you ever fire a gun?
Tacitus 2 | 1,146
28 Feb 2020 #1,513
Just further evidence of how stupid American gun laws are.

google.com/amp/s/qz.com/1505227/guns-kill-more-more-us-children-per-year-than-cancer/amp/
cms neuf - | 1,579
28 Feb 2020 #1,514
Yes - I already told you I have fired a gun

Did you ever make love to a woman ?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,515
Yes - I already told you I have fired a gun

A real one or the imaginary kind?
cms neuf - | 1,579
28 Feb 2020 #1,516
Real one :) even killed a few birds

Still waiting for an answer to my question BTW
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,839
28 Feb 2020 #1,517
what is the point of the question 'have you ever fired a gun'?
of course I have fired a gun. I even hit the can. Twice. What point are you making?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,518
Just further evidence of how stupid American gun laws are.

I am sure you will be able to explain what those "stupid American gun laws" have to do with the stupid people who let this happen.

Is stupidity is illegal in Germany?
Is death by drowning better than being shot? German kids do drown once in a while because the parents were negligent, or are German parents perfect and never, ever cause a child to die accidentally? Like falling off a balcony. Why do you need swimming pools and balconies?
cms neuf - | 1,579
28 Feb 2020 #1,519
Well it's 5.30 Moscow time and Rich has obviously made an early start to that half liter he was saving for the weekend
Lyzko 29 | 7,100
28 Feb 2020 #1,521
Tacitus is correct!

Apart from that horrific school shooting over fifteen years ago in Erfurt, how many similar such incidents can you name having taken place in Germany??

In the US, it seems nearly every other week or so, some gun-nut goes off his head, the most recent being yesterday in Millwaukee.

Between 1964 (?) and 2005, The Federal Republic of Germany had basically TWO (2) mass shootings of the US variety:

Cologne in the mid-60's, an ex-Nazi school teacher began shooting inside his classroom, with resulting fatalities, if I recall.
Erfurt 2005, Robert Steinhausen opens fire on classmates and a teacher, killing the latter, before turning the gun on himself.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,522
Germany caused deaths of 40 million people. Today, Germany is in America's safe room - warm and cozy. The very last people I want to hear sh*it about gun safety is from the Germans.
Lyzko 29 | 7,100
28 Feb 2020 #1,523
Why, because maybe heaven forbid we here might learn something about self-improvement for a change??
We point our finger at Germany's Nazi past, yet we in the US can engage in a little self-reflection of our own?
We're not perfect either, believe me!
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,524
Why is it that every anti-gun Euro weasel needs to be reminded that we have the US Constitution, 300 million guns, and the many Supreme Court rulings that Americans have the inalienable right to life and self-defense with the means not worse than what the pos in front of them has.
cms neuf - | 1,579
28 Feb 2020 #1,525
We understand that. But this thread is about whether gun laws in Poland should be relaxed. So what the hell does the US or Russian constitution have to do with that ?

There is no public or political support among us weaels for carrying moronic guns.

Still no answer to my question BTW ?
johnny reb 28 | 4,574
28 Feb 2020 #1,526
So what the hell does the US or Russian constitution have to do with that ?

Good question as you are the one who asked it.

There is no way Putin is going to allow Russians to carry guns unless they are his bodyguards

Lets get back on topic about supporting gun rights for Poland.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
28 Feb 2020 #1,527
We already covered it: there is no violent crime in Poland and there is a cop in front of every apartment building and house. Just like in the UK.

Now, the thread is on its deathbed and on life support provided by me until it gets closed.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,665
28 Feb 2020 #1,528
Poland also doesn't have cultural enrichment barriers. However, the reasoning for not having cultural enrichment barriers where there's a lot of pedestrians is also the same reason why guns aren't popular - there is little violent crime due to the small amount of turd worlders and the crimes committed by the native population are mostly limited to fights, some opportunity thefts, but not violent rapes, stabbings, shootings, terrorism, etc. nearly to the same extent as western europe or the USA.

They had to put these barriers in Germany, France, Sweden - basically every country that accepted large numbers of muslims to prevent spontaneous cultural enrichment via truck/car. Of course, cultural enrichment with a pillar of islam/kebab is still a problem though and can't be stopped with concrete barriers.





johnny reb 28 | 4,574
28 Feb 2020 #1,529
- there is little violent crime due to the small amount of turd worlders

Third Worlders like all criminals like soft targets and hit them first.
It's just a matter of time when they populate and get their numbers up that they will move into Poland and that is when the Polish citizens will most likely overly support the right to own guns without a lot of red tape as well as the stand your ground laws.
Miloslaw 8 | 2,418
28 Feb 2020 #1,530
Did you ever fire a gun?

Yeah, next?

get their numbers up that they will move into Poland

You betray your ignorance here..... they will never move into Poland.
For two reasons.
1.Poles won't let them.
2.They don't want to go there.

Polish citizens will most likely overly support the right to ownh guns

You really do not understand Poles and Poland do you?
This will never happen.
Poles are too sensible.


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