Thursday, April 20, 2017

Another 42 Percent Increase In Crime Despite Gun Ban

"The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he breaks, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime, and the punishment of his guilt." - John P. Curran

Another 42 Percent Increase In Crime Despite Gun Ban


By de Andréa

Opinion Editorialist for

Posted April 20, 2017

I have this nagging question:  If there are no guns because of a gun ban, how can the gun homicide rates go up???   I also have this nagging answer:  Because criminals don’t obey the gun bans!

Unfortunately most normally law abiding citizens - do!  
A new report from Scotland Yard reveals that another “significant spike in knife and gun murders” has occurred in the United Kingdom, proving once again that restrictive British gun and knife laws have made that nation less safe.

According to Scotland Yard, there has been a 42 percent increase in “gun violence” and a 24 percent rise in “knife offenses” during the 2016-2017 financial year. Add that to the nearly 400 percent increase in violent crime over the last 25 years of British gun and knife bans and you understandably have literally war in the streets.
You see my friend, there is something basic about law, and that is - Criminals do not obey it…

All the rhetoric we’ve heard over the years about how the British as well as Australians solved their crime problem by having law-abiding citizens turn in their guns, and adopting strict knife and gun control has turned out to be a nightmare of wishful thinking as well as lies to back it up, it is simply the wrong thing to do.

“Like gun control efforts anywhere, the Brits have disarmed the wrong people.” Said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb.  “It is ironic that this news appears now, as America celebrates the 242nd anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, when American colonists resisted Britain’s attempt to confiscate arms from the militia,” he added. “British gun control then ignited a revolution. Now it is just resulting in a higher violent crime rate.”

Scotland Yard’s report shows something else. In addition to the gun violence increase there were 12,074 knife-related crimes in the 2016-2017 financial year, a 24 percent increase, which demonstrates that criminals will resort to whatever weapon they can get their hands on against a unilaterally-disarmed public.

“British ruffians are no different than criminals in the United States,” Gottlieb observed. “They will take advantage of any weakness they see, whether in law enforcement or the public’s inability to defend against an attack. This is why we fight so hard to protect our nation’s constitutional right to keep and bear arms, and why our friends across the pond should seriously reconsider how their policies have made their citizens more vulnerable to people who routinely ignore the law.”

THE BOTTOM LINE: Personally’ I find it typical of the braindead left deceived by the Fabian Communists.  The very same thing occurred in Washington D.C. until the Heller decision by the Supreme Court making the gun ban there illegal, the violent crime rate dropped by 63 percent.  Chicago is another example of taking guns away from the good guys and giving them to the bad guys.  The crime rate has increased by 47 percent. The citizens of Great Britain are not only subject to the street criminals but are also at the mercy of the Muslim Jihadist that now completely control large neighborhoods in a around London. The police will not even go there.  The same will occur here in the U.S. within the next 20 years.

Thanks for listening. Now go do the right thing and fight for freedom. 
- de Andréa
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