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


Paulina 13 | 3,328
17 Jan 2023 #1,951
I wonder if Paulina would use a gun, if she had one in her hand, on a rapist while he was raping her little sister?

Of course I would use it - I would point a gun at him and tell him to get away from her and if he didn't listen or would charge at me I would blow his head off. And I don't have a little sister, btw.
pawian 200 | 21,490
17 Jan 2023 #1,952
that our kids don't get SHOT DEAD in schools in freaking mass shootings.

Exactly. We don`t need it. Let Americans keep their guns and worry if their kids survive another day at school or university.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,514
17 Jan 2023 #1,953
tell him to get away from her and if he didn't listen or would charge at me I would blow his head off.

lol seriously ,by the time he has made twins outta ya sister,the problem with you euros is that you are warning while yanks take it out to shoot( not yo scare)l and stop the crime and not to maime( less law suits too)

Taking out and pointing your firearm is not a joke or warning it means business.Its not a water gun it means results unless you are a law enforcement and do that for ya safety.
Paulina 13 | 3,328
17 Jan 2023 #1,954
@Cargo pants, sure, and you "yank" could kill your sister in the process, "genius". It's good that you're not a police officer.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,514
17 Jan 2023 #1,955
Let Americans keep their guns and worry if their kids

YES SIR,and thank you:))
Joker 3 | 3,157
18 Jan 2023 #1,956
Let Americans keep their guns

Who needs your permission? Nobody cares what you have to say about anything that happens over here.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
18 Jan 2023 #1,957
Let Americans keep their guns

Damn right, especially us Hillbillies North the 45 parallel and South of the Mason Dixion line.
Goofy wouldn't support legislation in fear of what he reads about schoolteachers being shot by their abused students.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
18 Jan 2023 #1,958
And you want to throw guns into the equation.

You know, the more I think about the uncultured mentality of the Hooligans, crazy drivers, psychotic off the rail women and the amount of public alcoholism in Poland, giving guns to these unstable people might not be such a good idea after all.
pawian 200 | 21,490
18 Jan 2023 #1,959
he reads about schoolteachers being shot by their abused students.

Nope, what I mostly read about American school massacres is that psychos shoot and kill students.

guns to these unstable people

That`s what most Americans have become. You are psychos, potential or actual. . :):):)
Miloslaw 14 | 4,912
18 Jan 2023 #1,960
Americans will NEVER give up their right to have guns.
This argument is pointless!
I happen to.think that they are wrong, but I know the American psyche.....
This debate is futile.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
19 Jan 2023 #1,961
that psychos shoot and kill students.

And teachers and in your case it would be undisputable motive.
It makes perfect sense why you are so scared of private gun ownership in Poland.
jon357 71 | 20,799
19 Jan 2023 #1,962
That`s what most Americans have become.

I'd say no. Most of them aren't like these gun toting inadequates who want Poland to change gun laws.

Even their president doesn't agree with them.
Lenka 3 | 3,076
19 Jan 2023 #1,963
Americans will NEVER give up their right to have guns.

If you look at the thread title it's not about that.

Americans can run their country as they wish. Poles seem to have a bit different ideas.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
19 Jan 2023 #1,964
I'd say no.

Well of course you do, you train with guns for your self-defense but you don't want anyone else to tote one..
We call that a "hypocrite".

Even their president doesn't agree with them.

What president is that, America presently doesn't have a president.
jon357 71 | 20,799
19 Jan 2023 #1,965
Poles seem to have a bit different ideas.

Indeed. And low crime rates are a good thing.

but you don't want anyone else to tote one..

The law and society as a whole in Poland doesn't want proliferations of guns.

What suits over there (not that it suits at all given the number of mass shootings and other gun crimes) does not necessarily suit elsewhere.

And I don't train for 'self-defence'.

America presently doesn't have a president.

It does.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
19 Jan 2023 #1,966
And I don't train for 'self-defence'.

Do tell Slppery joun.
Then what do you train with guns for since you don't hunt ? :-o

The law and society as a whole in Poland doesn't want proliferations of guns.

I can understand why now since the start of this thread and I have to agree, guns in the hands of hotheads and alcoholics is not a good idea.
pawian 200 | 21,490
19 Jan 2023 #1,967
why you are so scared

I am scared for my students. I don`t want them to be massacred like in the US.

Most of them aren't like these gun toting inadequates

I would like to believe you are right. However, some of them can be against guns but still are fekked up in the mind because of that common gun threat everywhere. They never know where the next mass shooting or massacre will take place. That is why so many come to Europe and settle here to feel the relief from the constant stress which eats them up alive while in the US . E.g, PolamKrakow.
AntV 5 | 660
19 Jan 2023 #1,968
Let Americans keep their guns and worry if their kids survive another day at school or university.

Agreed. Euros should STFU about changing American gun laws and Americans should STFU about changing Euro gun laws.
pawian 200 | 21,490
19 Jan 2023 #1,969
Wow, at last the voice of reason from you after all those years. I am really impressed. :):):)
Miloslaw 14 | 4,912
19 Jan 2023 #1,970
Americans can run their country as they wish. Poles seem to have a bit different ideas.

Agreed

Euros should STFU about changing American gun laws and Americans should STFU about changing Euro gun laws

Agreed 100%.
jon357 71 | 20,799
20 Jan 2023 #1,971
still are fekked up in the mind because of that common gun threat everywhere

There's a real paranoia there. I remember people being quite shocked because I walked to the shops there rather than drove. Their culture is very different and whereas they may feel it works for them, there isn't anything about it that appeals in Europe.

That simply isn't the case in Poland, Britain etc. There aren't any 'no-go areas' and very few people know anybody at all who has been shot.

No need to weaken the law in Poland; it works well.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
20 Jan 2023 #1,972
There aren't any 'no-go areas'

Not in Poland anyways.

I remember people being quite shocked because I walked to the shops there rather than drove.

Rubbish, people that live within walking distance walk however in rural America like me who live 15 miles from the nearest store take our personal cars.

So much bigger and spread out than Europe is.

There's a real paranoia there.

If you aren't paranoid, you're not paying attention is our motto. :-)
jon357 71 | 20,799
20 Jan 2023 #1,973
within walking distance walk

This was the suburbs. Nobody walked, hardly any pavement even.

Not in Poland anyways.

Neither in Poland nor the UK. One of the many reasons that there are no calls for weaker gun laws.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
20 Jan 2023 #1,974
This was the suburbs.

joun, b.s.
Tell us how far you walked to the nearest shopping center from your suburb.
(In miles)

nor the UK.

This has already been hashed out between you and Dirk here.
He proved you wrong hands down by posting pictures of those "No Go Zones" in London.
You lost that one too.
Now quit taking this thread Off-Topic AGAIN !
pawian 200 | 21,490
20 Jan 2023 #1,975
Not in Poland anyways.

No no-go zones in Poland. If you say otherwise, you aren`t truthful.
Miloslaw 14 | 4,912
20 Jan 2023 #1,976
I remember people being quite shocked because I walked to the shops there rather than drove.
Rubbish, people that live within walking distance walk

Bollox!Americans don't walk anywhere, many of your roads don't even have sidewalks......

Anyway JR Jim, please answer my question.For about the sixth time of asking!
Why does America have so many violent drug addicts?
jon357 71 | 20,799
21 Jan 2023 #1,977
Bollox!Americans don't walk anywhere

Never in the better suburbs.

posting pictures of those "No Go Zones" in London.

He didn't since there aren't any

And gun crime is low, as it is in Poland.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
21 Jan 2023 #1,978
This was the suburbs. Nobody walked,

So do tell us which suburb in America are you talking about that has shops that you walked to.
You've had 24 hours to google one.
What was the gun crime rate in this fantasy suburb ?
jon357 71 | 20,799
21 Jan 2023 #1,979
tell

MYOB.

in Poland however, nobody needs to worry about armed criminals.
johnny reb 40 | 8,625
21 Jan 2023 #1,980
tell us which suburb in America are you talking about that has shops that you walked to.

Did you feel safe walking there or did you need a gun to shoot your way back home ?
What was the name of this fantasy suburb of what city, joun.

MYOB.

It is my business when you promote b.s. about my country here to mislead people.

in Poland however, nobody needs to worry about armed criminals.

Same where I live joun and with the truth be known is much safer than where you live.


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