Monday, December 17, 2012

American Love Affair with Guns and Illegal Weapons Export

Mass Shootings are as American as Apple Pie!
I have absolutely no faith in America to change its guns laws, every time something like this happens Americans run around saying the things people want to hear, however what they are doing is to wait for time to pass until they can go back to same old, same old, more guns and more money. They may put in place some retarded stop gap measures like the temporary band on assault weapons that expired in 2004 and now they are calling for the same ban again. Americans love their guns it is a part of their popular culture and will not let any one take it away from them. I will be shocked if anything substantial comes from this, I hope to be wrong, I see the pro-gun people just waiting for emotions to drop so they can renew their fight. The fire arm business generates $31 billion in 2011 and no amount of elementary school kid’s life will be allowed to affect the profit margin….

Misery loves company… Fox news have been interviewing the pro-gun-nuts who seems to take pleasure trying to convince people that shootings like the one in Connecticut take place all the time in other countries. Failing to see that no one is denying that mass shootings and murder can take place almost anywhere, none is immune, what we are trying to point out is the big difference between the frequencies of such shootings in the United States compared to other developed countries or even developing countries, in America mass shootings are certain to happen, it is not if but when.

Over the next couple weeks and months the American debate on gun control will shift into high gear but it will only be foreplay which will not result in any meaningful intercourse. If the population of America wants real change then they must do more than sign petitions, they must take to the streets, in cities and towns, they must occupy these places and demonstrate their desire for real change, once and for all.

And So…

Dear Americans…

It is very clear that you have a deep love affair with your guns and no amount of tragedy will come between you and your need to produce and own massive amount of these weapons of death and that is OK with me, as far as I am concern, that is your business not mine, If you feel the solution to crime is to arm everyone with multiple high powered firearms then knock yourself out.

However I would like to ask you please, I beg of you, to try and get your Government to do more to prevent the illegal export of your guns, your precious weapons of death to lesser developed, poorer countries. I cannot understand why it is so easy for illegal shipments of guns to leave your Technological Advance Ports and end up in the ports of lesser developed countries, barrels upon barrels of your guns seems to turn up on our wharves and some find its way into our ghettos causing hundreds of thousands of deaths, unless you are really not trying to prevent the illegal export of Guns but are instead enjoying the profits from them, living high off the death and destruction of others. America makes so many weapons, that they are practically giving them away, I remember seeing a news report where a bank in the south of the United States was offering a free gun to anyone who opens a bank account, a car dealer in Michigan offering a rifle to anyone who buys a car.

Britain and Europe may not have the same rate of gun violence in their territory as the Americans but they are also the world’s leading weapons producers, they also produce so much of the stuff that they are practically giving it away for free in every war torn country and ghettos. Britain and Europe may not have constant running gun battles in their streets but they have just as much blood on their hands like the Americans because their guns are also flooding the streets of the third world and causing more death and destruction but sooner or later your weapons of death will go back to source and wreak havoc on your streets and your population.

It is Amazing that if one stick of weed ever leave my country and end up in America, Britain or Europe then it’s hell to pay, deals are called off, planes impounded and we are dragged through the mud, we are blamed for exporting our weed to your country and endangering your people however you blame us for importing your cheap guns into our country, as you tell us more and more that we must do something about it and you tell us that your guns only get into our countries because we are a corrupt third world. So you blame us for exporting drugs, you blame us for importing your guns but you Mr. Gun producers and exporters of death are free from any blame, how you actually sleep at night is beyond me.

Who makes the world's guns?

25 Statistics That Reveal Everything You Need To Know About The U.S. Firearms Industry

****Mass Killings Between 1999 to present ***

  1. April 1999 - two teenage schoolboys shot and killed 12 schoolmates and a teacher at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, before killing themselves. 
  2. July 1999 - a stock exchange trader in Atlanta, Georgia, killed 12 people including his wife and two children before taking his own life. 
  3. September 1999 - a gunman opened fire at a prayer service in Fort Worth, Texas, killing six people before committing suicide. 
  4. October 2002 - a series of sniper-style shootings occurred in Washington DC, leaving 10 dead. 
  5. August 2003 - in Chicago, a laid-off worker shot and killed six of his former workmates. 
  6. November 2004 - in Birchwood, Wisconsin, a hunter killed six other hunters and wounded two others after an argument with them. 
  7. May 2014 - Elliot Rodger opens fire in the campus town of Isla Vista, California from inside a black BMW, killing seven people. Rodgers acted alone and written and video evidence suggest the attack is premeditated.
  8. March 2005 - a man opened fire at a church service in Brookfield, Wisconsin, killing seven people. 
  9. October 2006 - a truck driver killed five schoolgirls and seriously wounded six others in a school in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania before taking his own life. 
  10. April 2007 - student Seung-Hui Cho shot and killed 32 people and wounded 15 others at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, before shooting himself, making it the deadliest mass shooting in the United States after 2000. 
  11. August 2007 - Three Delaware State University students were shot and killed in “execution style” by a 28-year-old and two 15-year-old boys. A fourth student was shot and stabbed. 
  12. September 2007 - A freshman student at Delaware State University shot and wounded two other students at a campus dining hall. 
  13. December 2007 - a 20-year-old man killed nine people and injured five others in a shopping center in Omaha, Nebraska. 
  14. December 2007 - a woman and her boyfriend shot dead six members of her family on Christmas Eve in Carnation, Washington. 
  15. February 2008 - a shooter who is still at large tied up and shot six women at a suburban clothing store in Chicago, leaving five of them dead and the remaining one injured. 
  16. February 2008 - a man opened fire in a lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois, killing five students and wounding 16 others before laying down his weapon and surrendering. 
  17. July 2008 – A former student shot three people in a computer lab at South Mountain Community College, Phoenix, Arizona. 
  18. September 2008 - a mentally ill man who was released from jail one month earlier shot eight people in Alger, Washington, leaving six of them dead and the rest two wounded. 
  19. October 2008 - Several men in a car drove up to a dormitory at the University of Central Arkansas and opened fire, killing two students and injuring a third person. 
  20. December 2008 - a man dressed in a Santa Claus suit opened fire at a family Christmas party in Covina, California, then set fire on the house and killed himself. Police later found nine people dead in the debris of the house. 
  21. March 2009 - a 28-year-old laid-off worker opened fire while driving a car through several towns in Alabama, killing 10 people. 
  22. March 2009 - a heavily-armed gunman shot dead eight people, many of them elderly and sick people, in a private-owned nursing home in North Carolina. 
  23. March 2009 - six people were shot dead in a high-grade apartment building in Santa Clara, California. 
  24. April 2009 – An 18-year-old former student followed a pizza deliveryman into his old dormitory, and shot the deliveryman, a dorm monitor, and himself at Hampton University, Virginia. 
  25. April 2009 - a man shot dead 13 people at a civic center in Binghamton, New York. 
  26. July 2009 - Six people, including one student, were shot in a drive-by shooting at a community rally on the campus of Texas Southern University, Houston. 
  27. November 2009 - U.S. army psychologist Major Nidal Hasan opened fire at a military base in Fort Hood, Texas, leaving 13 dead and 42 others wounded. 
  28. February 2010 – A professor opened fire 50 minutes into at a Biological Sciences Department faculty meeting at the University of Alabama, killing three colleagues and wounding three others 
  29. January 2011 - a gunman opened fire at a public gathering outside a grocery in Tuscon, Arizona, killing six people including a nine-year-old girl and wounding at least 12 others. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was severely injured with a gunshot to the head. 
  30. April 2 - A gunman kills seven people and wounds three in a shooting rampage at a Christian college in Oakland.
  31. July 2012 - Masked gunman opens fire at midnight cinema screen of new Batman film The Dark Knight Rises, killing 12 and injuring 58. Suspect James Holmes is arrested by oplice and awaiting trial. 
  32. August 2012 - Gunman kills six people at SIkh temple in Wisconsin before being shot dead by police. Suspect is named as white supremacists Wade Michael Page. 
  33. Aug. 5 - A gunman kills six people during Sunday services at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, before he is shot dead by a police officer.
  34. Aug. 24 - Two people are killed and eight wounded in a shooting outside the landmark Empire State Building in New York City at the height of the tourist season.
  35. Aug. 21 Ex-Marine With AK-47 Kills Two and Self in New Jersey Supermarket been fired.
  36. Sept. 27 - A disgruntled former employee kills five people and takes his own life in a shooting rampage at a Minneapolis sign company from which he had been fired.
  37. Oct. 21 - Three people are killed in a Milwaukee area spa including the estranged wife of the suspected gunman, who then killed himself.
  38. Dec. 14 - A shooter opens fire at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, killing several people including children.
  39. June 2015 - White supremacist, Dylann Roof, begins shooting in a historic black church in an attempt to start a race-war. He kills nine people.
  40. 50 people killed in the Orlando Gay Club by Omar Mateen who did it in the name of ISIS and Islam.
  41. October 2017 - Las Vegas 64-year-old Stephen Paddock  Killed 59 killed, injured 527 in concert shooting
  42. November 2017 Sutherland Springs shooting, 27 people dead, 20 injured

The Children
Charlotte Bacon, age 6.
Daniel Barden, 7.
Olivia Engel, 6.
Josephine Gay, 7.
Dylan Hockley, 6.
Madeline F. Hsu, 6.
Catherine Hubbard, 6.
Chase Kowalski, 7.
Jesse Lewis, 6.
Ana Marquez-Green, 6.
James Mattioli, 5.
Grace McDonnell, 6.
Emilie Parker, 6.
Jack Pinto, 6.
Noah Pozner, 5.
Caroline Previdi, 6.
Jessica Rekos, 6.
Avielle Richman, 6.
Benjamin Wheeler, 6.
Allison Wyatt, 6.

Teachers and Staff
Rachel Davino, 29, teacher.
Dawn Hochspring, 47, the principal who died trying to fight the shooter.
Anne Marie Murphy, 52, teacher.
Lauren Rousseau, 30, teacher.
Mary Sherlach, 56, the school psychologist who died trying to fight the shooter.
Victoria Soto, 27, the teacher who died shielding her students from bullets as she locked them safely in a closet.

Updated: 10/02/2015

 The fact is the USA makes lots of Guns:

The United States of America produces over 10 million firearms per year and with that many fire arms coming off the assembly lines then distribution is the key. The Gun producers and dealers cannot sell guns fast enough to keep up with supply, they must find different ways to move merchandise and as such the lines between legal and illegal gun sales are almost non-existent.

The guns that are in the hands of criminals and lunatics came from Legal gun producers and Legal gun dealers and legal gun owners who is moving merchandise for a profit. These sellers do not care where these guns go, whose hands they end up in and what they do with it so long as they can sell them and make a profit.  And when the local American markets are not buying Guns fast enough they turn to the global market of which the poor third world is a source of revenue, they will turn the streets of the third world into killing fields.

The pro-Gun people are saying the problem is not guns but lunatics which is half the problem as the problem is lunatics with guns, who the gun lobbyist declared have a legal right to own guns. Here is where it gets even crazier, every time there is a mass shootings or some ghetto shootings the Gun companies use that carnage as an excuse/advert as to why people need more guns. If the church people had guns, if the people in schools had guns, if the people in a dark movie theatre had guns then they could protect themselves.

When compared to the Developed First Word, America is the uncivilised Third world of the civilised Developed first world. The American murder rate is 6.9 times that of the other first world countries and larger than some third world countries and second world countries. America’s murder rate is higher than Indian murder rate and India have 1.2 billion people...According to FBI Data U.S. murder rate higher than nearly all other developed countries put together. The USA has a 5th of the world’s population and 25% of the world prisoners... You do not see this level of carnage on the street of Civilised, developed First world counties… 

10 dead; 7 injured: Roseburg, Oregon.
9 dead: Charleston, S.C.
7 dead, 7 wounded: Isla Vista, Calif.
3 killed; 16 injured: Ft. Hood, Texas
13 killed, 3 injured: Washington, D.C.
5 killed: Santa Monica
27 killed, one injured: Newtown, Conn.
3 dead, 4 injured: Brookfield, Wis.
6 killed, 2 injured: Minneapolis, Minn.
6 killed, 3 injured: Oak Creek, Wis.
12 killed, 58 injured: Aurora, Colo.
7 killed, 3 injured: Oakland 
8 killed, 1 injured: Seal Beach, Calif.
6 killed, 11 injured: Tucson, Ariz.
8 killed, 2 injured: Manchester, Conn.
3 killed, 3 wounded: Huntsville, Ala.
13 killed, 32 injured: Ft. Hood, Texas
13 killed, 4 injured: Binghamton, N.Y.
5 killed, 16 injured: Dekalb, Ill.
8 killed, 4 injured: Omaha
32 killed, 17 injured: Blacksburg, Va.
5 killed, 4 injured: Salt Lake City
5 killed, 5 injured: Nickel Mines, Pa.
9 killed, 7 injured: Red Lake Indian Reservation, Minn. 
5 killed, 9 injured: Meridian, Miss. 


  1. The problem is the Constitution on which this country was founded (America) gives the right to bear arms, and does not give any limits on what type of arms. A constitutional amendment would have to go into effect to be able to really limit guns in a way that matters, and people in America are too complacent to have the kind of revolution or MOVEMENT that would make such an amendment get through Senate and Congress and pass. Long as it's not happening to that person, people don't really care they give caring statements lip service and after the shock and awe and excitement it's back to the selfish grind...and it's a country of strangers not one culture like Jamaica and Japan so you know, "money over everything" because people aren't rubbing shoulders with people they don't even know much less to like because it's a better quality of life's all about money to afford the big houses, big cars, big appetites, big technology, and the money again to maintain it all... everybody outside of New York have cars here but instead of developing human relationships with friends some people cannot see their friends and family except on facebook or text cause peoplel too busy with long work hours and long commutes in no-cell zones to be able to talk like normal such a money focused human interaction-deficient environment, is it anywonder sociopaths are on the increase? It's unnatural, the whole setup, and unless you live near family or have a strong nuclear family and lots of money to buy the help you need, it's easy to have future psychos fall through the cracks through not enough love from overworked, underloved mothers who have nothing left of themselves to give to their children so they grow up stunted mentally and emotionally, and and of course bad father figures like abusers or no father figure at all so tv and whatnot grow them... However research has shown it is the relationship with the mothers that has the vast majority of impact on children who became sociopaths and serial killers as they grow older...this is not a family friendly country and these mass killings are the evidence of a serious and ugly underlying problem with the setup of this whole place to begin with. It's all about money and nothing about people, you have to fight for your normal human life...even the food is all about money so you spend and not even getting real food even at the supermarket...

  2. You are completely right in saying that guns are part of the American culture. The UK for example, has no such thing and as a result, the issue doesn't exist. I can understand how hard it must be to change something that is so engraved. Both sides of the argument are fierce. I don't see how shootings will cease unless gun laws change, particularly with handguns. The illegal export of guns to lesser developed, poorer countries is a huge problem too. Not only is the outcome disastrous but the journey can also end in tragedy. Firearms are transported by professionals for a reason.