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Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun?


Joker - | 671    
10 Mar 2018  #601
Liberal Drive by Media have to give misleading statistics and definitions of what a school shooting actually is.

Some kid lit off a pack of firecrackers at his school 2 weeks ago. By the time the news traveled thru the fake media channels to the UK it became a massive bombing. A few birds were scared off, but fortunately everyone is ok:):)
Ironside 47 | 9,038    
10 Mar 2018  #602
The price is too high.

freedom is priceless, you say that because you have no comparison. US had been debated MANY TIMES, it has been explained many times on this forum that in reality there are other issues on play not GUNS. Its hard to not think than that someone refuses to understand it due to some bias.
Joker - | 671    
11 Mar 2018  #603
Exactly, Ironside!
I wish these Brits would shut their big mouths and stop telling us how we should live our lives and how to run our country.
Chemikiem 5 | 1,130    
11 Mar 2018  #604
Its hard to not think than that someone refuses to understand it due to some bias.

I've mentioned numerous times on this forum that all these gun deaths are the end result of all the underlying problems that the US has which aren't being addressed, so it isn't a case of me refusing to understand anything Iron.

I wish these Brits would shut their big mouths

I can post on any thread I choose to. You might not like my opinions but I am entitled to post what I think. You are only here to troll and engage in personal attacks along with JR and Pigsy.
Joker - | 671    
11 Mar 2018  #605
I'm legally entitled to own and possess guns in my country and don't care about your personal views about or laws, because it's not any of your business. Is it Pam?
Chemikiem 5 | 1,130    
11 Mar 2018  #606
because it's not any of your business.

So only those that agree with the right to bear arms are entitled to an opinion? Wouldn't make for much of a discussion would it? Besides which, this thread is actually about weapons laws in Poland, a subject I was discussing earlier, but which you seem to know nothing about.
johnny reb 15 | 3,069    
11 Mar 2018  #607
If the truth be told instead of trolled by Pam it would read like this:
27 Percent Increase In Gun Crime Proves Impotence of UK Laws
So stop preaching about the wonders of the U.K.'s gun laws, because they're not as effective as you think.
Poland sees that disarming citizens does not decrease gun crime but only makes law abiding citizens more vulnerable to gun crime.
Here Pam, read and be educated instead of coming to this thread with your weekly echo chamber of false bias anti gun bashing telling us that we must embrace the U.K.'s gun laws.

bearingarms.com/tom-k/2017/11/14/nearly-25-percent-increase-in-gun-crime-proves-impotence-of-uk-laws
Joker - | 671    
23 Mar 2018  #608
Today as you all may know was another epic failure of the European guns laws. The religion of peace has struck again in France, where undoubtedly they have the strictest anti gun laws in Europe. Its only effecting the law abiding citizens and muslim terrorists seemly have an endless supply of weapons.

but which you seem to know nothing about.

Really Pam?

Since you know everything, enlighten us why your anti gun laws arent working?

Perhaps, Poland should re-think its gun policies before it gets turned into another Londonistan or France!
Chemikiem 5 | 1,130    
23 Mar 2018  #609
Since you know everything

I know that this thread is about weapon laws in Poland and that the shootings in France are about as off-topic as me discussing the 17 school shootings the US has had so far this year, and it's only March.

And yes, I do know about weapon laws in Poland as I was discussing them earlier in the thread. I will not be responding to you further as the only reason you've dragged me into this, is to start your baiting of me again.
delphiandomine 86 | 16,396    
24 Mar 2018  #610
Perhaps, Poland should re-think its gun policies before it gets turned into another Londonistan or France!

Yes, we should all take advice from Americans, who arm students with stones to defend themselves against gunmen, LOL!

newshub.co.nz/home/world/2018/03/us-school-arms-students-with-rocks-in-case-of-shooting.html
Joker - | 671    
24 Mar 2018  #611
I see youre getting your fake news from Auckland now...lol

They know soooo much about how we live from 8000 miles away hahahaha! Too funny! What else do you have troll?
delphiandomine 86 | 16,396    
24 Mar 2018  #612
Don't worry, in 100 years time, we'll laugh about how the youth of America fought with stones against heavily armed gunmen!
Joker - | 671    
24 Mar 2018  #613
who arm students with stones to defend themselves against gunmen

"The cunning plan was announced by Pennsylvania's Blue Mountain School District superintendent David Helsel"

Hey, did this mountain man tell his plan to Trump yet?

We all know the citizens of New Zealand are aware of this cunning plan, too bad nobody in the USA has heard about it yet? lol
delphiandomine 86 | 16,396    
24 Mar 2018  #614
Can't stop your school children getting shot to pieces by gun-wielding maniacs? BUY THEM STONES!
jon357 65 | 13,406    
24 Mar 2018  #615
school children

The ones that haven't so far been shot. in mass shootings, which are now as American as apple pie, if not more so.
delphiandomine 86 | 16,396    
24 Mar 2018  #616
I'd say that the world definitely associates America with mass shootings and not apple pie these days.
Ironside 47 | 9,038    
24 Mar 2018  #617
Who cares?
people are being shot every day in countries that have strictest gun laws on the planet. Media just don't offer coverage for those as much as hype for mas shooting ...
mafketis 16 | 5,897    
24 Mar 2018  #618
people are being shot every day in countries that have strictest gun laws on the plane

Like France just yesterday????
jon357 65 | 13,406    
24 Mar 2018  #619
I'd say that the world definitely associates America with mass shootings

They're no longer that newsworthy outside the country they happen in.

people are being shot every day in countries that have strictest gun laws on the planet.

There is a strong correlation between availability of guns and gun crime.
Bieganski 17 | 907    
24 Mar 2018  #620
Note too the rise in feminism and single parent households (i.e., absent any father figure) with the corresponding rise in violence and incivility in societies in the Western world (particularly the United States, Sweden, Germany and the United Kingdom).

One can now take for granted that no self-regarding feminista will ever be caught dead baking apple pies let alone spending her own "me-time" to teach her own brood (often sired by multiple different men by the way) how to respect and be civil towards others in society.
Joker - | 671    
24 Mar 2018  #621
Like France just yesterday????

Terrorism is so commonplace that its just another day in the life for most Europeans. It never gets reported unless it's a mass casualty event and is just a matter of time before it happens again, due to their open border PC policies.

I wonder if the Liberal media is as biased in Europe as it is in the US or doesn't get reported as much because of embarrassment?

Poland is the only country smart enough to stop these savages from entering and destroying the place, and it's the best move they ever made:):)
NoToForeigners 6 | 955    
24 Mar 2018  #622
This is a proper protest.
wiadomosci.onet.pl/swiat/usa-marsze-na-rzecz-ograniczenia-dostepu-do-broni/tf0bgwq

Actually i am against banishing of firearms in USA. The less Hamburgericans the better for the rest of us.
Joker - | 671    
24 Mar 2018  #623
There is a strong correlation between availability of guns and gun crime.

There is a strong correlation between availability of knifes and knife crime.

How about some facts instead of these ridiculous statements

In case you missed it

bearingarms.com/tom-k/2017/11/14/nearly-25-percent-increase-in-gun-crime-proves-impotence-of-uk-laws

It quite apparent European gun crime is rising and your laws are not being obeyed, as we all know what happened in France yesterday.
SigSauer 2 | 439    
24 Mar 2018  #624
@delphiandomine

The way we associate your home country with a record number of acid attacks brought to you by "Asians," who hail from a culture with exactly 0 redeeming or worthwhile qualities. Saw the latest of 7 convicted today for running a multi year child rape gang, and they stated they targeted the children based on them being white. Just figured I'd take this opportunity to both rebut your statement with a few other facts, and remind you of the great harm that the policies you support are causing to innocent children in the UK. Have a good evening.
NoToForeigners 6 | 955    
24 Mar 2018  #625
It quite apparent European gun crime is rising and your laws are not being obeyed

Still better figures than with lax laws anyways lol
Joker - | 671    
24 Mar 2018  #626
True, we all remember what happened last time Europeans had guns lol
NoToForeigners 6 | 955    
24 Mar 2018  #627
I remember its March and it was already like 5-6 major shootings in US? lolololololololol
None of those were terrorism. Its just imbeciles shooting imbeciles.
And i'll repeat.
I'm on your side Joker. I want you to own guns. The less Hamburgericans the better for the rest of us.
jon357 65 | 13,406    
24 Mar 2018  #628
There is a strong correlation between availability of knifes and knife crime.

Indeed. Guns however are rightfully restricted in civilised countries like Poland.

Good to see the thousands that turned out today over there.

And to stick closer to the topic, there is no serious suggestion of allowing this silly situation in PL. At least when Americans kill each other they keep their behaviour to themselves.
Joker - | 671    
24 Mar 2018  #629
Guns however are rightfully restricted in civilised countries like Poland.

Why does it work so well in Poland? The rest of Europe must be uncivilized then because gun crime and terrorism is on the increase! Perhaps, this multicultural enrichment policy is the offender? All signs point to Political correctness that is destroying Europe. Poland has a Muslim ban and wheres is the gun crime? The UK has seen a 27% increase in gun crime and Im sure its going to get much worse as long as you live in denial.

Poland really doesnt need guns as long as they keep the Muslim ban in effect:)
SigSauer 2 | 439    
24 Mar 2018  #630
The conflict in Syria has maybe 1 year left on the clock before the legitimate government reasserts control over the majority of the territory save for perhaps the small parts which the terrorist government of Turkey is occupying. The sooner that western nations stop sponsoring proxy forces in the country the sooner the bloodshed will end. It seems to be too difficult for them to save face and admit that the gig is up.

Hopefully when that time comes, the lion share of those who've come into Europe will be repatriated to their country of origin and people who loathe and despise everything that we stand for in the West will be gone and some of the gun crime and rapes can be abbated.




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