Mass Shootings in the US

We do. Problem is the govt is hell bent on disarming the law abiding while ignoring the criminal element who run riot with firearms stolen from the military/police and in home invasions, quite often using cached weapons not turned in by the current regime when they 'legitimised' themselves.

It can take the law abiding years of hoop jumping to get a firearm. Criminals will just borrow/rent one from corrupt cops (who are often involved in crimes themselves) or buy one at a taxi rank.

The police are part of the problem and can't be relied upon.
 
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The solution is not politically correct and will generate howls of outrage from those who pushed for this situation in the first place.
 
Right. Like if everybody who is armed is at the right place at the right time with their holster ready, just as stuff is going down. Might as well give a gun to every single citizen when they are legal and are asked to carry them with them at all times, let's see how that will turn out...and when the f-k has an armed civilian in recent times ever stopped anything?
Friday afternoon. In Springfield, Missouri a man entered a Walmart carrying what appeared to an assault weapon and wearing tactical gear. The man was detained with no shots fired by an off duty firefighter who was carrying his licensed personal weapon. The police arrived a few minuted later and arrested the man.

CNN

Covered in more detail on Fox but I some here always criticize Fox I will omit the link.
 
Every house should be turned into a strongpoint, with cleared fields of fire, mixed high-density minefields, barbed wire entanglements and DFs registered on all likely approaches.

A trip to the shops should be supported by a creeping barrage, the postmen should deliver mail under covering fire from an intimate support tank troop and all children should be extensively trained in CQB techniques before being allowed to enrol in elementary school.

It's the only way they can be safe.
Sensible policies for a safer USA. Vote Carrots.
 
Friday afternoon. In Springfield, Missouri a man entered a Walmart carrying what appeared to an assault weapon and wearing tactical gear. The man was detained with no shots fired by an off duty firefighter who was carrying his licensed personal weapon. The police arrived a few minuted later and arrested the man.

CNN

Covered in more detail on Fox but I some here always criticize Fox I will omit the link.
Well done, lets have even more guns then.
 
His wife, Angelice Andreychenko, told investigators that she warned him it was not a good idea, adding that he was an immature boy.
His sister, Anastasia Andreychenko, said he had asked her if she would videotape him going into Walmart with a gun and she also told him it was a bad idea.


Understatement of the year here!
 

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Friday afternoon. In Springfield, Missouri a man entered a Walmart carrying what appeared to an assault weapon and wearing tactical gear. The man was detained with no shots fired by an off duty firefighter who was carrying his licensed personal weapon. The police arrived a few minuted later and arrested the man.

CNN

Covered in more detail on Fox but I some here always criticize Fox I will omit the link.
So he was interfered with while exercising his constitutional rights apparently. Nothing like having a cake and eating it.
 

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So he was interfered with while exercising his constitutional rights apparently. Nothing like having a cake and eating it.
Just because you can doesn't mean you should!
 
We've just had a nutcase just go on the rampage in the middle of Sydney with a machete.


Killed one person in an apartment before heading out into the street and trying to attack a bunch of other people while screaming "Alans Snackbar" and demanding the police shoot him. One lady is in hospital at the moment with a stab wound to her back.

He got taken down by members of the public. One was armed with a milk crate and the other had a chair.

The memes have already kicked off.

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We've just had a nutcase just go on the rampage in the middle of Sydney with a machete.


Killed one person in an apartment before heading out into the street and trying to attack a bunch of other people while screaming "Alans Snackbar" and demanding the police shoot him. One lady is in hospital at the moment with a stab wound to her back.

He got taken down by members of the public. One was armed with a milk crate and the other had a chair.

The memes have already kicked off.

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Stabbing takes a lot of effort...
 
Stabbing takes a lot of effort...
Particularly to get it into this thread: not about firearms, not about mass casualties, not about the USA.
 
Every house should be turned into a strongpoint, with cleared fields of fire, mixed high-density minefields, barbed wire entanglements and DFs registered on all likely approaches.

A trip to the shops should be supported by a creeping barrage, the postmen should deliver mail under covering fire from an intimate support tank troop and all children should be extensively trained in CQB techniques before being allowed to enrol in elementary school.

It's the only way they can be safe.
Damn it man your forgot the nukes. I can't believe it, you didn't even mention the word nukes. Just don't do things by halves, or as Strategic Air Command used to say "nuke the mother f**kers till they glow".
 
Since 1982, more people in the US have been killed by lightning strikes than mass shootings.

The 22 deaths in El Paso, whilst tragic, bear no comparison to the 1,247 homicides which occurred literally as stone's throw away in Ciudad Huarez last year (El Paso had 23 in 2018).
El Paso homicide rate per 100,000 in 2018: 2.76
Ciudad Juarez homicide rate per 100,000 in 2018: 89
Which is safer; the city in a country with truly draconian firearms laws or the one with a homicide rate lower than that of the borough of Lambeth?
 

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