Venezuela: Gun Control measures don’t work and crime goes up? You need more Gun Control!

And what better way to make sure there are no “illegal” guns out there than to close ALL Gun shops in the country.

Regarding the sale of arms and munitions, the minister explained that the security measures developed by the government include the closure of all gun stores within Venezuela, saying that articles used to threaten human lives cannot not be sold freely.

“As of March, every last gun shop remaining in Venezuela – and there are less than 80 – should be closed. That is to say, in Venezuela, the perverse chapter of the commercialization of firearms and munitions is over,” El Aissami said.

I am guessing Hugo Chavez is still pissed at the fact that Venezuela is only in fourth place of the most violent countries in the world.
And, of course the United Nations applaud the effort.

10 Replies to “Venezuela: Gun Control measures don’t work and crime goes up? You need more Gun Control!”

  1. It’s just a way of ensuring that he can’t be ousted; it has nothing to do with crime.

    “Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.”
    – Mao Tse-Tung

    “Only criminals, dictators, and democrats fear armed citizens.”
    – Jeff Cooper




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  2. I can predict slaughter for the Venezulean people within the next generation.

    Hitler, Mao, Stalin, Pol Pot, Castro, now Chavez.

    I think we’re getting too many dictators for that classic gun control poster




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  3. “That is to say, in Venezuela, the perverse chapter of the commercialization of firearms and munitions is over,”

    Well, well doesn’t that dovetail with the rest of the nationalization and centralized planning? Because you can’t have commerce or privatization of such vital matters.

    Nope only the State can be trusted.

    Gun Control, it’s not about the guns, it’s the Control.
    Hand in glove with totalitarian governance.




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    1. There is a long story behind this, but mostly is because not all the Police Forces have been populated with accepted revolutionary personnel yet.




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  4. gun control is a matter of control, a thing dictators can’t do without. If they don’t trust you having a gun, why should you trust them?




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