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110955 No. 110955 ID: 360fc6
http://www.guns.com/2017/09/20/dispatches-from-gun-country-this-venezuelan-immigrant-loves-the-2nd-amendment/

>In 2002, I immigrated to the United States from Venezuela, one of the most dangerous countries in the world today. Before leaving, the Venezuelan government took away our guns. We were told that we would be safer without them.

>Of course, the politicians, the rich and famous, their bodyguards and criminals kept their guns. Everyone else lived in fear. Mothers and fathers were powerless to protect their families.

>The Colectivos, the community groups supposedly interested in keeping law and order in Venezuela, had all of the guns they wanted. And yet, ninety percent of murders remained unsolved.

>The biggest mistake Venezuelans made was believing that this could never happen.

>Today, little has changed. If anything, the situation in Venezuela is even worse. They would do anything for the Second Amendment – for the freedom that we enjoy as Americans.

>Never, ever take it for granted.
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>> No. 110956 ID: 3e9aae
  >If anything, the situation in Venezuela is even worse.

Quite a understatement, as you can see from this video of people cheering and clapping after a firework gets used as a IED against police.
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>In 2002, I immigrated to the United States from Venezuela, one of the most dangerous countries in the world today.
This isn't called "immigration", it is "asylum". I would not expect anybody to know what happened 15 years ago in Venezuela, so there:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_Venezuelan_coup_d%27état_attempt

>Before leaving, the Venezuelan government took away our guns.
No government really should keep guns in the hands of dissidents, terrorists and foreign mercenaries, lest such government wouldn't take long to collapse.
>> No. 110963 ID: de970a
>>110958
>russian bot supports gun control because anybody who doesn't support moderate socialist head choppers and mass starvation is a terrorist

gee nobody expected this!
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>>110963
>democratic head choppings are better then socialist rebellions because they are democratic!
>and democratic starvation is always justified!
>also democracy is useless and we never really wanted it but let's pretend we are good guys anyway
Okay.
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>>110964
lmfao spoken like a true tankie
>so what if communism has failed everywhere it's been implemented! it's democracy's fault! cmd run whataboutismgenerator.exe!
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