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Police shootings, but Norway, Finland and Iceland are the problem... (sarcasm)

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Police shootings, but Norway, Finland and Iceland are the problem... (sarcasm)

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Anon Report This Comment
Date: July 06, 2022 12:52AM

Uploader here.

Anyone dumb enough to deregulate everything will get this type of result.

Also, see pro_junior's comment:

[www.plus613.net]

If the rest of us didn't like our constitutions we would have changed them. We don't want yours or your ways.

Yet you funded the disarmament campaigns in our countries, fantasizing we would then long to be like you.
Sources:

Sources:
Sporting Shooters Association of Australia, Press Release c-1998.
Fairfax - GOOD WEEKEND, 5 April 1997 "In The Firing Line" by Sonya Voumard
ISSN 1443-8607 Vol 1 Number 2 Nov. 2000.
American Rifleman - by Daniel T. McElrath, July 2000 p.13
Various Internet sites re Soros and "Gun Control" advocate posted articles
Fairfax - GOOD WEEKEND, 5 April 1997 "In The Firing Line" by Sonya Voumard
Murder By Injection by Eustace Mullins 1988, p.224
American NRA's ILA article, "Canada: where registration equals confiscation" American Rifleman, March 2001, p.67-69.
Ibid.
Serial Killers Part II, by Carol Greene and David Hammer (c-1990) p.11.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 06, 2022 12:54AM

now do the per capita rate and the crime rate comparison too.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: July 06, 2022 04:58AM

Per capita rate is surprising!

Norway: 5.4 million - 0.03 people per million each year.
Finland: 5.5 million - 0.06 people per million each year.
Yanks : 320 million - 2.5 people per million each year.
Iceland: 371,000 - Only one person ever.

Norway: Immigration, or multiculturalism/cultural conflict.

The only real stand-out is Anders Brevik, and that's strange to say the least: he's mentally sane, yet sane people don't write 550 page manifestos. He did. Sane people don't see taking drugs as an aid to accurately aiming a rifle. He did. Sane people don't solve dislikes of an organisation by aiming at it's junior members, when the heads are within reach. He did. Sane people don't target a political party by bombing the general public service. He did.

Finland: Harder to pin down causes (if someone from Finland could help with this?).

Iceland: a man in his late 50s, was said to have been firing a shotgun inside his apartment and out of the windows in east Reykjavik. Repeated attempts to calm him, in addition to a tear gas canister lobbed into his room, had been unsuccessful. Two police were injured. Guns everywhere, yet only to those who pass a medical and written test: firearms owners are part of the nation's defence. It seems an amazingly simple formula - those who can keep themselves physically fit are not likely to be on drugs/psychiatric medications, into seances or video games. Comparisons with Canada and New Zealand.

Iceland has a low crime rate - a product of its large, stable middle class. There are almost no distinctions, the tycoon's children go to school with everyone else's children (this is not a product of Marxism), and pro-active policing: pre-empting crime issues before they fester, or stopping issues at the nascent stages before they can get worse.

Obviously unfinished but I have to go sad
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deeze Report This Comment
Date: July 06, 2022 05:06AM

as donald trump said about covid, if we stop counting cases, the count goes to zero.

no muders ever in the US, 1 less than iceland, we just won't count them
Anon Report This Comment
Date: July 06, 2022 06:18AM

Deeze, I had to laugh.

Error in my calculations above, yank number should read 1.25.

Also, the bit about passing a written test for a firearm: should add the intellectual ability to pass the test.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: July 27, 2022 04:37AM

Just a thought:

Anders Brevik's behaviour would make sense if he had been hypnotised.