Dear New Zealand

Slick Ric

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But if you surrender your guns you’ll have a far lesser chance of some day going on a murderous shooting rampage. They’re just trying to protect you from you, you see?
 

DB Cooper

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Yeah right, more guns is surely the answer. Look how well that works in the US.


Just saying...
 
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rjjfan

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Just checking mate, is this the church you go to? This pic is no joke, its an actual church in Pennsylvania.



Pennsylvania Church Holds Mass Blessing Ceremony for AR-15s
Posted on March 1, 2018 by Universal Life Church Monastery
Penn. Church leaders holding a blessing ceremony for guns

Church leaders took the event very seriously, warning that anyone who showed up without a weapon would be denied entry.
A number of couples said wedding vows while holding guns.


Many couples said wedding vows while holding AR-15 rifles.
Worshippers gathered yesterday at a Pennsylvania church to participate in a “mass blessing ceremony” for their AR-15 rifles. Attendees wore crowns fashioned from bullets, drank holy wine, and clutched firearms during the worship service.
The church holding the event, the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary, encouraged parishioners to bring in their AR-15 rifles to show support for the Second Amendment. In fact, church leaders warned that anyone who showed up without a weapon – or proof they were planning to buy one – would be denied entry.
The event also doubled as a mass wedding ceremony, with many couples saying marriage vows during the proceedings – all while holding rifles.
“As it is in Revelations”
The church believes that the Bible references rifles directly. Church leader Tim Elder explains that the AR-15 represents “the rod of iron, as it is in Revelations. Revelations talks about the returning Christ ruling with the rod of iron.”
Followers believe that guns have been bestowed upon the people by God, and it’s our duty to follow His wishes.
“People have the right to bear arms, and in God’s kingdom, you have to protect that,” said one parishioner. “You have to protect against evil.”
 
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Where did the terrorist get his guns from when he was in NZ... I assume he didn't bring them through customs.
 
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Just saying...
Yeah, this is fake news. Didn't happen. Guy in question is a genuine hero, he did attack the gunman and he did drive him out of the mosque and he did save many lives..... but first he did it by throwing an eftpos machine at the guy:



then they got into a bit of a cat and mouse chase in the carpark when the shooter ran back to his car for another gun. The hero saw a discarded semi-auto on the ground, picked it up, pointed it at the gunman and pulled the trigger. It didn't fire - not sure if it was empty, jammed or had the safety on.

So he advanced on the gunman's car and threw the rifle through the car window like a spear. Which scared the shit out of the gunman, who then drove out of the carpark with a car full of guns and was run off the road by the cops and arrested a couple of minutes later.

So initial reports were of multiple killers at the scene, and also eyewitnesses stated that there was a gunfight in the carpark, but..... there wasn't. Didn't happen. It's fake news promoted by bullshit right-wing propaganda outlets.

:hat
 
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I'll bet that most of the people that think more guns makes them safer also believe that safety belts in cars are a safety hazard
they can be. people on those dodgy south american roads with massive drops at the side tend not to wear them so they can get out quicker
 

DBerry

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'Straya, cunt.
Yeah, this is fake news. Didn't happen. Guy in question is a genuine hero, he did attack the gunman and he did drive him out of the mosque and he did save many lives..... but first he did it by throwing an eftpos machine at the guy:



then they got into a bit of a cat and mouse chase in the carpark when the shooter ran back to his car for another gun. The hero saw a discarded semi-auto on the ground, picked it up, pointed it at the gunman and pulled the trigger. It didn't fire - not sure if it was empty, jammed or had the safety on.

So he advanced on the gunman's car and threw the rifle through the car window like a spear. Which scared the shit out of the gunman, who then drove out of the carpark with a car full of guns and was run off the road by the cops and arrested a couple of minutes later.

So initial reports were of multiple killers at the scene, and also eyewitnesses stated that there was a gunfight in the carpark, but..... there wasn't. Didn't happen. It's fake news promoted by bullshit right-wing propaganda outlets.

:hat
So this was all not unfolding while you were actively trying to locate the gunman after giving blood, after working an overnight shift but just before visiting your girlfriend, yeah?
:think1