Monday, September 23, 2013

Media Bias: Knife Massacre Story "Spiked', Downplayed in US, Does not fit Anti-Gun Propaganda agenda

Only Fools think it's more "noble" to die by the Blade...
Don't even try to claim the media are not in the bag for the anti-gun/anti-liberty fanatics, from the White house on down. Here is a perfect example. While standing on the bodies of the dead in the Navy Yard murders, the president calls for "something" to be done (i.e.: Australian style total gun confiscation from the law-abiding!), the Kenya Terrorist attacks are minimized (Where real "AK-47" Machine-guns and hand grenades are used against government mandated UNARMED civilians, but no one from the gun hater side is calling for the Terrorists to disarm or even condemn them), now this deadly knife massacre with 8 dead outright!?.  This is why U.S. Police will shoot knife attackers. Just because it is 'old" technology does not mean it is not lethal!...Gun haters give limp excuses like "Well, a knife is less deadly than a gun", to which I call Bull$hit, because a knife wound does not make you any less DEAD... Firearms were invented to protect from just these kind of threats, where the strong can dominate the weak with the threat of the blade. This is akin to the California model creating "laws" to hinder firearm functionality in the vain hope of turning back the advance of technology (Think "Bullet Button"). This only gives advantage to violent criminal predators and no one else. Sick minds create these kind of artificial hindrances, and Sacramento is filled to the brim with them in positions of power over the populace...(S9)

Chinese teenager kills eight and wounds another five in horror knife attack

A TEENAGER killed eight people with a knife and wounded five more in northeast China after falling out with his girlfriend, state media said.
The teen killed two of his girlfriend's family members and six more people before fleeing, the state-run Legal Daily newspaper said.
It reported he was caught... Police in Xinbin county, which oversees the town, declined to comment...There was a string of knife attacks against schoolchildren across the country in early 2010 that killed nearly 20 and wounded more than 50...

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