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Originally posted by Jewelsnyc Jewelsnyc wrote:

THIS IS WHAT THE "OTHERS" ARE TEACHING THEIR CHILDREN!!



WAKE UP PEOPLE!!

It's real in the field. The war has begun, it's just many of us aren't aware.
 
 
 
 
that is my thing jewels.  we're out here scared to teach our kids about the sh*t then are suprised when they don't understand the ramifications of shooting someone.  There is nothing wrong with teaching your kids about guns and shooting.  If you're doing it right you're also teaching fire arm safety, respect and self control. If ya'll parents out here are on ya'll game like ya'll say you are then....an accidental shooting shouldn't be a fear.  Right now most of our kids our learning from thugs on the block and/or Black Ops II. 
 
These white folks out here ain't playin'.  We're out here gettin' shot up an' all kind of ting like sheep by white folks and our own at the same time. 
 
There's a walking dead joke that folks have...essentially it's I hope I have red neck friends for when the sh*t goes down...and other similiar sh*t.  But the thing is.... that it's for the most part true.   Should anything ..ugly happen....the majority of black folks in the States would have to depend on red necks should the world go back to living off the land equals survival.  U got folks swearing up and down they not gone take "the chip" so....are your survival skills together?
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i know black ppl who know how to shoot and own guns.  my LS loves guns so just bc it's not on a youtube video doesn't mean black ppl don't know how to shoot
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^^^i'm not saying that black folks don't know how to shoot.  i'm saying the majority of black folks don't know how to shoot for food or to protect themselves. 
 
 
actually......nevermind the rest.  that is all.


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Kinda like the DC sniper situation.  Everybody knew he was white ..and not just based off craziness.  Black folks are not known for sniper rifles and woods and such.  that's why I said majority black.
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....and how come we can't have black fathers/uncles whomever on YT teaching their kids about how to hunt,  shoot, gun control and woods and dear and all that?  Maybe these racist gun toters would at least have a second thoughts if they saw that alot of black folks are legally arming themselves.
 
actually....that would prolly be the way to really outlaw guns.  let it get out that black folks in droves are becoming legal gun owners.


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The longest war: The shooting at a Connecticut school shows, once again, that there’s no end in sight to our lethal way of life

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Walter Shapiro's Yahoo! News column examines how character collides with policymaking in Washington and in politics. Shapiro, who just finished covering his ninth presidential campaign, also is writing a book about his con-man great uncle who cheated Hitler.

By Walter Shapiro

Sometime between the shootings in Columbine in 1999 and at a Tucson supermarket with Gabby Giffords in early 2011, Americans stopped uttering the pieties about “Never again.” Now we are heartsick, but somehow never completely surprised, when we hear the latest gruesome news bulletins from a movie theater in Aurora or a quiet elementary school in Newtown.

We are a nation of 311 million people and roughly a similar number of guns. (Since there is no central federal registry of firearms and a 100-year-old unlicensed weapon can be lethal, estimates are far from precise.) What we do know for certain is that there are almost as many legal places to buy guns (130,000 registered dealers) as gasoline stations (144,000). Through the end of November, the FBI conducted nearly 17 million background checks of prospective gun owners this year.

This is the Faustian bargain that comes with being a 21st-century American. We are a nation of stubborn individualism and lethal gun violence. These two characteristics are entwined in our national psyche. And—as much as I weep over the dead children at Sandy Hook Elementary School—I sadly know that nothing will change in my lifetime. 

The last glimmer of hope for effective gun control in America died in 2008 when the Supreme Court (District of Columbia v. Heller) endorsed an expansive view of the right to bear arms. As Justice Antonin Scalia declared in the majority opinion, “The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia.”

It is hard to pin down exactly when Americans made the collective decision that periodic massacres of the innocent are the price that we supposedly pay for our liberties.

Maybe it dates back to the late19th century when Americans in peaceful communities embraced the myth of the Wild West and the gunslinger. Maybe it partially reflects the tabloid fascination that accompanied the gangster era of the 1920s and 1930s. Maybe it has something to do with the way that movies—that most American of art forms—have successfully turned mass violence into a mass commodity.

Politics also played a role as well. As Jill Lepore pointed out in a New Yorker article earlier this year, the National Rifle Association (NRA) only embarked on its modern crusade against virtually all gun legislation around 1970. Fully entering the political arena with its endorsement of Ronald Reagan for president in 1980, the NRA emerged as a key player in the conservative coalition that came to dominate the Republican Party.

It’s hard to remember that for a while in the 1980s and 1990s, a limited form of gun control seemed politically possible. Reagan’s press secretary James Brady, badly wounded in the John Hinckley assassination attempt on Reagan, became a courageous Republican symbol for sensible regulation of the most lethal weaponry.

But then too many on Capitol Hill (Democrats as well as Republicans) grew fearful in the face of the frenzied opposition from the NRA. And following the 2008 Heller decision, it seemed the height of folly for legislators to take on gun control since the Supreme Court had so narrowed the framework for permissible regulation. As a result, even though the Aurora shootings took place in a swing state (Colorado) in an election year, Obama and the Democrats at the time never even raised the possibility of new federal legislation.

This should not be portrayed in cartoonish terms as a story of the white hats (liberals with a visceral hatred of guns) versus the black hats (hunters and other Americans who enjoy owning firearms). There was an element of cultural superiority to the urban liberal disdain for gun ownership, just as there was a self-destructive stubbornness to conservative opposition to all forms of regulation.

The result is an America that no sane person of any political persuasion could have possibly wished for. Who in his right mind wants to live in a country where maybe twice a year a crazed individual guns down dozens of people in schools and theaters? There is no plausible remedy since we are neither going to disarm Americans nor are we going to pass out guns to elementary school teachers as a just-in-case precaution.

All we can do is mourn and mourn again. And think of the young children who died only because they went to school giggling over silly things and dreaming of recess. Such is the American way of life and, sadly, death.

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Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

Kinda like the DC sniper situation.  Everybody knew he was white ..and not just based off craziness.  Black folks are not known for sniper rifles and woods and such.  that's why I said majority black.


DC Sniper was not white. He was Black.
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She was making a point of why people thought they were white. 
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i have a gun b/c i've been robbed so i will protect my home and my kids if i need too. but these weapons that folks get like they are in combat is too extra.. on my job we have guns b/c i work in a courtroom but other than that, its too much.. i do believe in gun control laws that punish criminals that get guns illegally and commit crimes I think harsher sentences should be applied.. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jewelsnyc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec 15 2012 at 9:45am
The point of the original post is many black people oppose gun laws and would agree with stiffer gun control laws under the pretense it would reduce crime in their neighborhood. However, the fact remains that prior to you just agreeing with one side or the other, you should do some fact checking and soul searching.

I do not agree with having military style weaponry for the everyday citizen. During my training I was taught that your basic hand gun is to basically create holes and cause the person to bleed out. However the assualt rifles that are made for combat are created to liquify the insides of the person. The velocity of the gun and the way the bullets are created are so strong they move at sonic speed...thus destroying organs at the molecular level....I sat there with my eyes bugged out when I heard that...


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