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Thank goodness

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Penis Report This Comment
Date: June 23, 2022 06:04AM

except that they have been that too.......
Anon Report This Comment
Date: June 23, 2022 06:47AM

Repeating for the retarded who post these... promotional messages!... that's it... promotional messages... and think no one will notice it's psy-ops/marketing. It's revolting in its intention.

Yanks, taught to think like a BASIC computer program (that's how old I am), follow the media borne stimulus without question.

Example: in the 1930's their armed forces requested a design for a medium calibre, a busy manufacturer fobbed them off with a half job called the .30 calibre. They hadn't quite finished making a gun for it when World War II came along, so they made over 6 million of them to fight with (it's what they had so that's what you do).

After the war a manufacturer designed the .223 - a lighter projectile, with the same accurate range from a much larger cartridge, at greater cost, or should I say, profit. Then backed it with marketing. Yanks are taught to be so dumb some of them actually call it "God's calibre" - seriously!!

In Australia, where I am, good hunting is one bullet one animal - I've done that countless times. So many yank guns are made for five bullets one animal - it increases cost, or should I say, profit.

Add whatever psycho garbage is on their media and what do you have?

Then there's the political response:

We tell you those people are bad because they have guns, we tell those people you are bad because you want to take their guns, this drives up gun sales. We are political donors. Don't believe me? The owners are listed companies and release accounts for investors to read. It's cynicism. - []

Back in the Cold War yank media began preaching, to the effect, that God is love and love is cheap. Later, and I think it's connected, Washington announced all religions are their geopolitical tools, for them to adjust as they see fit. Thus there are yanks who think they will go to heaven just because they are yanks, or just because they are white.

Neither of those two reasons are in the Bible.

My suggestions:

+ dump pretend English for the Queen's English, and that means adopting a British dictionary ('A Wicked Company', by Philip Blom, gives an explanation, a new chapter in lexicography);
+ Ideas direct events, events affect people.

The first idea:

Either God made man or man made up God to fool the gullible, there are no other types of God.

If God made man you are accountable.

If God is made up to fool the gullible then you can do to the one who trusts you, or is weaker than you, what you want (if you have a gun or not). And you are not accountable.

The second idea:

Either we are all descendants of one man, and so the distinctions are culture, behaviour, intelligence and influence, or God made 'that group' separately.

If descendants of one man, then we are all born equal, less accidents (genetic defects, birth accidents and so on), and culture, behaviour, intelligence and influence become distinguishing characteristics over time (the biggest influence on culture is religion).

If God made 'that group' separately (or they 'evolve' at a slower speed), then naturally 'your group' is superior (Nazis, Judaists, Winnie Mandela...), and you can do something about it. In fact it's logical that you do and illogical if you don't.

Regards the first idea:

If God made man then those in power are accountable. So too are leaders, such as those with marketing budgets and clergy.

If man made up God to fool the gullible, then those who are trusted, or strong, do what they want.

And of course, if all religions are yank geopolitical tools, then its made up. Yanks are living with the consequences of that and 'banning guns' won't change anything. - []

You could also target the marketing interests by banning new sales of impractical calibres to favour practical ones (old barrels will wear out over time, thus inconveniencing the smallest number of people):

.45 for the 9mm and the .40, as long as rifles in 9mm can take heavy projectiles.
.270 for the 6.5 Creedmoor and the .308 (personally I favour the 6.5 with a slightly upped twist rate, but that's just me. We don't have much heavy game in Australia).