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Re: Firearms
« on: July 04, 2020, 02:39:17 am »
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A study (read quoted passage from bottom to top):

news.yahoo.com/latest-police-5-police-officers-220839296.html

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Latest on several police officers shot in Philadelphia (all times local):

10:45 p.m.

Police say all six officers wounded by gunfire from a man who has barricaded himself inside a north Philadelphia building have been released from the hospital.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross says "it's nothing short of a miracle that we don't have multiple officers killed today."

Ross says the situation that began about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday has "gone from a hostage situation to a barricade."

Sgt. Eric Gripp said the suspect was "still armed and inside" the house. But Ross said police had been able to speak to him and were still trying to get him to surrender. He said the man's attorney was apparently on the line as well.

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9:45 p.m.

Police say two officers who were in a building with a gunman barricaded inside a northern Philadelphia home have been "safely evacuated" by a police SWAT team.

Sgt. Eric Gripp said shortly after 9:30 p.m. that the suspect was "still armed and inside" the house. There was no immediate word on how the officers were freed. Earlier, six officers were struck by gunfire but were in stable condition and others were injured responding to the scene.

Commissioner Richard Ross said officers were serving a narcotics warrant at the home and had already entered when gunfire erupted. Ross said the gunman fired multiple rounds and officers returned fire. He said many "had to escape through windows and doors to get (away) from a barrage of bullets."

Ross said officers had been calling the gunman and trying to communicate with him with a bullhorn, but he had not responded.

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8:30 p.m.

Police say an hourslong standoff with a gunman barricaded inside a northern Philadelphia home is continuing into the night as the shooter ignores officers.

Commissioner Richard Ross said during a Wednesday night news conference the "very volatile" situation is still unfolding.

Six officers were struck. All are in stable condition. Ross said other officers were injured responding to the scene.

Ross said officers were serving a narcotics warrant at the home and had already entered when gunfire erupted. Ross said the gunman fired multiple rounds and officers returned fire. He said many "had to escape through windows and doors to get (away) from a barrage of bullets."

Two officers remained inside the home, but Ross says he believes they are OK.

Ross said officers have been calling the gunman and he has picked up but did not speak to them.

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7:25 p.m.

A Philadelphia Police sergeant said officers are attempting to communicate with a shooter that has fired at police, wounding at least six officers.

Sgt. Eric Gripp tweeted Wednesday evening that police are "imploring him to surrender and avoid further injuries."

The shooting situation remained active at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Authorities say police were serving a warrant in the Nicetown-Tioga neighborhood before gunfire started around 4:30 p.m. At least six officers have been shot and none of their injuries are considered life-threatening. The officers were taken to hospitals.

A heavy police presence remains in the neighborhood.

Officials said President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr have been briefed on the shooting and are monitoring the situation.

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6:40 p.m.

A Philadelphia Police sergeant says six police officers have been shot and the suspect is still firing at police.

Sgt. Eric Gripp also tweeted Wednesday that additional officers are receiving treatment for injuries that aren't from gunshots.

Gripp is asking that people continue to stay out of the city's Nicetown neighborhood.

He also said officers were serving a warrant to a home in the northern Philadelphia neighborhood before shots were fired.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports two officers were trapped inside the house when the shooting first started.

Dozens of police officers on foot are lining streets blocks away, some in cars and some on horses.

President Donald Trump has been briefed on the shooting in Philadelphia and continues to monitor the situation.

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6:10 p.m.

A Philadelphia Police sergeant says five police officers have been shot in what's still an active shooting situation in the city.

Sgt. Eric Gripp tweeted Wednesday shortly before 6 p.m. that all of the injuries are considered non-life threatening.

He also said that the suspect is still firing and warned people to stay out of the Nicetown neighborhood.

The officers have been taken to area hospitals. Temple University Hospital referred questions on the conditions of police officers to police.

A massive police presence remains with dozens of police cars and officers, many of them with their guns drawn.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says numerous agents are responding to the scene to assist Philadelphia police.

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5:45 p.m.

Authorities say several Philadelphia police officers have been shot in an "active and ongoing" shooting situation in the city.

Sgt. Eric Gripp tweeted there was at least one suspect firing at police officers Wednesday afternoon.

A police spokesman confirmed the shooting in the Nicetown section of the city.

Temple University tweeted that it has locked down its Health Sciences Center Campus.

Video shows a massive police presence with dozens of police cars and officers, many of them with guns drawn.

One officer appeared injured and was taken away in a police car. Video also showed two other officers carrying a man and putting them in the back of a car.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says numerous agents are responding to the scene to assist Philadelphia police.

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5:30 p.m.

Authorities say several Philadelphia police officers have been injured in an "active and ongoing" shooting situation in the city.

Sgt. Eric Gripp tweeted there was at least one suspect firing at police officers Wednesday afternoon.

A police spokesman confirmed the shooting in the Nicetown section of the city but offered no other information.

Video shows a massive police presence in a neighborhood with dozens of police cars and officers, many of them with their guns drawn.

One officer appeared injured and was taken away in a police car. Video also showed two other officers carrying a man and putting them in the back of a police car.

It's unknown if any police officers have been shot.

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5:15 p.m.

Officials say at least one gunman is shooting at police officers in Philadelphia.

A police spokesman confirmed Wednesday afternoon that a gunman was actively shooting at officers in the Nicetown section of the city. The spokesman who was reached on the public affairs phone number offered no other information.

Sgt. Eric Gripp tweeted said there was at least one suspect firing at police officers.

Video shows a massive police presence in a neighborhood with dozens of police cars and officers, many of them with their guns drawn.

One officer appeared injured and was taken away in a police car. Video also showed two other officers carrying a man and putting them in the back of a police car.

It's unknown if any police officers have been shot.

I'm unconcerned with this incident in itself (which was apparently about drugs), but it is a good example of how difficult it is to handle even a single civilian willing to shoot and adequately equipped to do so.

Now imagine if every person whom ICE wants to deport were willing to put up as much resistance as the gunman in the story above. Would ICE really be willing to go through all the above each time it wants to deport just one person?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAqLKlxY3Eo

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False Leftists want to ban firearms out of their selfish concern for their children's supposed safety, which will ultimately affect "non whites", but of course they do not care.

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They overestimate the practicality of a firearm ban, for one thing. Almost no rightist firearm owners will turn in their firearms voluntarily. And even if government officials go door to door searching for firearms, rightist firearm owners could just hide their firearms elsewhere. Worst of all, a firearm ban would create a false sense of security among leftists, and therefore reduces their incentive to train (while rightists will without doubt continue training, in secret if necessary).

We should indeed be thinking about what can be done to minimize rightist firepower, but a firearm ban is by far the worst suggestion. The best approach is simply to minimize the number of rightists. This could trivially be done via state control over reproduction. Something as obvious (and easily environmentally justified) as a flat one-child policy would halve the number (and hence firepower) of rightists within a generation. State control over reproduction - not banning firearms - should be the focus of leftist policy advocacy.

Other than the above, it will come down to straightforward reduction by attrition, which of course requires leftist firepower.

Our message is spreading, though:

gunsandamerica.org/story/19/02/08/leftists-bear-arms-in-self-defense/

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“I refuse to wait for a police officer to get to make the decision of how dangerous my white assailant is,” she said, referring to a past domestic violence incident when she said the police took the word of her white abuser over her own.
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There’s an old trope in gun control circles: if you’re being robbed, instead of playing the hero with a gun it’s much safer to simply cooperate. Give them what they want.

“Well what if they want you dead?” asked Fordham University School of Law professor Nicholas Johnson.

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news.yahoo.com/tomi-lahren-apologizes-democrat-juli-213628384.html

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"Disgusting, anti-immigrant rhetoric from @tomilahren in the wake of El Paso," tweeted Julián Castro, who is a former Obama cabinet official.

Castro, a Texas native, was referring to comments Lahren made on the topic of gun control on Fox Business Network, implying that armed Americans would have to shoot people coming across the border.

"And all the things the Democrats want to put in place, my goodness, if they want to open our borders, you better be sure that the people in Texas, the people in South Dakota, the people in the middle of this country, we're going to be armed and ready," Lahren said to Fox's Stuart Varney on Friday.

And so should our side be also!



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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqoEs4cG6Uw

If Tubman had used a protest sign, would she have succeeded?

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You have been warned:

news.yahoo.com/wing-pastor-says-trump-supporters-165700816.html

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President Donald Trump's supporters will "hunt down" Democrats and bring "violence to America" once the president leaves office, according to right-wing Christian pastor and conspiracy theorist Rick Wiles.

On his apocalyptic TruNews programme, captured by Right Wing Watch, Mr Wiles said the president's impeachment or "however he leaves" office will inspire "veterans, cowboys, mountain men" and "guys that know how to fight" to bring "violence to America" by hunting down Mr Trump's political enemies.

Co-host Edward Szall said "once the blood starts flowing, it's near impossible to stop".
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Rob Drake wrote his threat on Twitter, then deleted it.

"I will be buying an AR-15 tomorrow, because if you impeach MY PRESIDENT this way, YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER CIVAL (sic) WAR!!! #MAGA2020," he wrote. "You can't do an impeachment inquiry from the basement of Capital(sic) Hill without even a vote! What is going on in this country?"

Our enemies will use their firearms against us. Will we use ours against them?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpoJUvGGpdg

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MUST WATCH:

gatesofvienna.net/2019/11/operation-roncesvalles/

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the Joint Chiefs of Staff know that the day will come when they will have to re-conquer those territories that have become foreign on our own soil. The plan is already in place. It’s called Operation Ronces [Roncesvalles, where Charlemagne fought the Moors].It has been developed with help of the specialists from the Israeli Army.”

What are your sources?

—Someone very close to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

You are claiming that the French Army is ready to do…

—Yes.

—What? The, the…?

—Cleansing.

—To do the cleaning?

—Yes. It will be the Algeria Battle all over again!

No-go zones had better have MANPADS:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man-portable_air-defense_system

in addition to military grade firearms, body armour and other equipment. They also need to be able to retreat underground. Even then they will be fighting at a horrific disadvantage (comparable to Palestinians vs IDF). What should really be happening is that if the French military makes a move, the US military retaliates (as it did during Operation Deliberate Force). But to have any chance of that we need Trump out first.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9-FZPAYIjo

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This can be used against our enemies...

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If others have rifles, we'll have rifles; why leftists groups are taking up arms:
www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jul/22/if-others-have-rifles-well-have-rifles-why-leftist-groups-are-taking-up-arms

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Speaking of rifles, during my time in the military I have also heard plenty of stories about the NATO 5.56mm high-velocity round. The bullet is so small, .22 caliber, and moving so fast, that more often than not it passes right through the target without the target even realizing they have been hit. I've heard stories too of people being shot by the 5.56mm 5 to 10 times and still being able to run away afterwards, or continue fighting. Not so with the 7.62 rifle round, which has much more stopping power.
AR15 vs AK47, Which is Better??? (AR15 is 5.56 standard, AK47 is 7.62mm)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyEZntmqZws

Trivia:
The German MG-42 uses the 7.92mm, and I got to fire it when I was stationed in Germany.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhOrY88MGbM

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Now they know:

www.yahoo.com/news/spit-yelled-attacked-chinese-americans-185127180.html
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Gun shop owners in the Washington, D.C., area said they were seeing a surge of first-time Chinese American buyers.

At Engage Armament in Rockville, Maryland, most gun buyers in the first two weeks of March have been Chinese American or Chinese, according to the owner, Andy Raymond.

More than a fifth of Rockville’s residents are of Asian ethnicity, and Raymond said buyers from Korean and Vietnamese backgrounds were not unusual. But Raymond said he was stunned by the flow of Chinese customers — in particular green-card holders from mainland China — that began earlier this month, a group that rarely patronized his shop before.

“It was just nonstop, something I’ve never seen,” he said.
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Already a gun owner, Du, 48, said he was in the process of buying an AR-15 style rifle.

“Katrina is not far away,” he said, alluding to the unrest in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina in 2005. “And when all these bad things come, I am a minority. People can see my face is Chinese clearly. My son, when he goes out, they will know his parents are Chinese.”

For American-born Asians, there is a sudden sense of being watched that is as unsettling as it is unfamiliar.

“It’s a look of disdain,” said Chil Kong, a Korean American theater director in Maryland. “It’s just: ‘How dare you exist in my world? You are a reminder of this disease, and you don’t belong in my world.’ ”

He added: “It’s especially hard when you grow up here and expect this world to be yours equally. But we do not live in that world anymore. That world does not exist.”

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If only we had access to military grade weaponry...

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Until our side is already using civilian-grade weaponry to their maximum capacity against our enemies and it is still proving insufficient, I don't really think we are qualified to demand military-grade weaponry.
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