Falco: Yeah, I mean, anything can do it—you park in someone else’s spot, you cut him off. But it was gonna happen. Something was gonna spark it. Because they didn’t show up there in big numbers just to drink beers with each other. And they were all armed, right?
Neyfakh: Yeah, they were all really armed. Is that normal, for gangs to travel with so many weapons?
Falco: So what happens is, in the states where they allow concealed weapons permits, all the big biker gangs have ordered all their members who aren’t felons to get concealed weapons permits.
Source: Biker gang battles: Former informant Charles Falco on territorial disputes and bottom rockers.
I am going to go out on a limb and say that is not the full content of Falco’s remarks about bikers being armed and some creative editing happened since there are plenty of stories of bikers shooting each other and others prior States having CWPs. And there is that whole deal of trafficking weapons too that kinda says they have been shooting guns for a long time without any permitting.
That there are Bikers with CWPS? I wouldn’t be surprised, it makes perfect sense to have somebody without a felony conviction have a means to carry in less than friendly environments, but to suggest that it is the norm would be to deny that outlaw bikers are a criminal enterprise which it seem to be the theme suddenly among certain groups. You see, if there were moar gun control, there would not be any Bikers…..like in England, Germany, Australia.
Hmmmm… I wonder how that happened?
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Hang on, I thought the other anti-rights groups were saying that this was caused by open carry…. I’m so confused! 😉
It’s caused by (insert reason). (See, no need to be tied down to specific answer)
These people (Liberals) are with politics like medieval doctors were with disease.
Medieval doctors were ignorant to the actual cause of disease, blamed a “imbalance of humors” and bled and blistered you until you either got better on your own or died.
Liberals are ignorant to the actual cause of crime and socioeconomic problems, blame guns and an “imbalance of wealth,” and then ban guns and handout welfare money until the community gets better on its own or dies.
These idiots are just trying to shape the facts around their world view.
(condescending voice) You see, it’s all very simple. We start from simple facts such as how the carrying of umbrellas cause precipitation, the wearing of a winter coat causes the temperature to drop, and how the mere existence of humanity on this planet is enough to somehow change its climate in ways that are both 100% predictable and completely unknown. Add in to that the facts that non-leftist humans are not human, freedom is slavery, and guns always cause crimes… unless in the hands of approved people, subject to change, see store for details, offer not valid in all states…
From those, we can use the rule transsexual, I mean “transitive,” rule that A=B and B=C so C=D to extrapolate the conclusion: the existence of guns not only leads to the creation of biker gangs but can be traced back as the origin of motorcycles! Remember how they were used in WWII? That all started because of guns. That bike with the sidecar from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade? Started as the idea for a gun. It was later changed to a gun platform, which is why the sidecars often had machine guns. So, really, these bikers were just trying to go back to the roots of motorcycles. Since these bikes are essentially guns we should ban them. You should not be able to ride them openly. I oppose concealing the bikes but we should at least set up licensing, allowing people to ride them so long as the motorcycles remains 1000% concealed. Of course, they need to be registered with the government and we should be allowed to ban any of them that are too scary looking, like crotch rockets and anything that resembles a military design. Because, you know, logic and stuff.
I think the funniest part about the anti-freedom crowd is that they are their own reductio ad absurdum. If you didn’t know that I’m not one of them, well, you might just believe that I was given at least the second paragraph there.
It’s called Poe’s Law
“Poe’s law, named after its author Nathan Poe, is a literary adage which stipulates that, without a clear indicator of an author’s intention, it is often impossible to tell the difference between an expression of sincere extremism and a parody of such extremism. Someone will likely mistake the parody for a genuine article, or vice-versa.”
The far left wing and the SJWs are a clown show. They call themselves “peaceful” and claim that they want to save lives, but their proposed means of obtaining peace would give Adolf Eichmann a boner. They are fine with mass murder, torture, forced reeducation, and infanticide, as long as all the “right people” are one ones being exterminated.
Thanks, J. I knew it was one of those Laws but couldn’t remember which one; too many years of reading economics and geeky internet things to separate Poe’s from Marklay’s from Greshim’s.
I know that the overlap of people here and Larry Correia fans is pretty strong, so I can say without explaining that I was in SP1. I didn’t bother with the latest two not for ideological reasons but because I had no time for SP2 (I actually tried to read all of the stuff in SP1… even though I couldn’t make it past the first three chapters in Red Shirts because the quality was so far below what I’m accustomed to reading) and no money for SP3. However, I’ve been watching these people over the years sprint further and further beyond the pale. I just love how wonderfully tolerant they are.
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