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By J. Kb

11 thoughts on “The road from civilian disarmament to tyranny is a short one”
  1. Every time I see the images from there my first thought is “What a target rich environment”.

    I’m pretty sure that a few sniper/hunter teams would soon change the way people move in that environment. Putting our guys on the offensive would be interesting to see.

    And yes, most of what we are observing applies to the US. Except that in the US we have environments ranging from city to desert to tropical swamp to semi-temperate forest and everything in between.

    In 20 years we are going to be learning about little johnny playing in his grand dad’s back forty when he found a big white pipe full of fun toys.

  2. Looking at the second video, my first thought is that the guy with the RPG ten meters from his target isn’t even far enough away for the rocket motor to ignite before it hits.
    My second thought is: “WTF? Do they hand out RPGs on every corner?”

    1. I’m with you Divemedic. I started laughing when I saw the RPG. How did this clownshow EVER get where they are??? I chalk it up to pure mongolian clusterhump on the other side….

    2. Yeah, I had to watch the second video again zoomed into make sure I saw what I thought I saw. He may have been aiming in that open door, but still way too close for safety or proper deployment.

    3. Saw that too. I mean WTF is he saying to his buddy in front of him. “Don’t worry, I got you covered” ???

      No thanks Achmed!

    4. And the backblast from the RPG is going to fry the guy behind him. It’s like watching 5 year olds with a box of matches and a can of gasoline.

  3. Just curious, what word set you off in:
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    Doc;

    Muslime morons.

    Yes, now that Bumblefvck gave them weapons worth billions of dollars.

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