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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Umar Zameer kills a cop...crickets and released on bail.
    Increasingly they're not even releasing their names anymore as it's considered racial profiling...
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    [QUOTE=Gilroy;1173341]Well having served in one of these communities I can tell you that 95% or more of the folk's living there are not engaged in criminal behavior. The 5% that are and are drug dealings, robbing people, pimping, are the criminal class and consist of both
    black and white criminal's and many colors in between. Its a life style they have chosen, they want to "dance with the devil"
    and I did not care when they killed each other. I don't think many other folks care, unless its an innocent bystander and the level of concern from the whole of society depends on the color of the victim's skin. We saw clear evidence of it with the Jane Creba, The Eatons Centre shootings, Danforth shootings, Just Desserts, coffee house shootings on Davenport

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    I did not care when they killed each other.
    Pretty horrible thing say .

    Did you do your job in the same manner ?
    Uninterested in a case because it's a few bangers? Maybe it would disturb your lunch.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Increasingly they're not even releasing their names anymore as it's considered racial profiling...
    Getting pretty ridiculous.
    Police in the UK admitted to not looking into tips on the massive Muslim grooming gangs of young girls, because they didn't want to be seen as racist...

    Turn off the news and go outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glen View Post
    So banning stuff is an example of not really doing anything good but getting a vote from an uninformed person.

    Also. Do nothing about the actual problem because you don’t care about that. Just care about getting that vote.
    Yes, that is really what it is all about. The general public doesn't know enough about firearms and their responsible uses, not to be stampeded by fear of people legally owning firearms. Guns are a tool used to kill people and anyone who owns a gun legally or otherwise is a potential mass murder. Better put any gun regardless of who owns and uses it, is an instrument capable of mass murder. It is never a question of who holds the firearm, its the potential that the firearm has to make killing people easy. Guns are dangerous you have every right to live in fear of them, that is the idea which continues to drive the banning of firearms. Until the public is educated and lifted out of their ignorance of firearms, they will continue to be driven in most cases by unrealistic fear. Gun control doesn't make the public any safer, it simply continues to instill the idea that guns are to be feared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    Well having served in one of these communities I can tell you that 95% or more of the folk's living there are not engaged in criminal behavior. The 5% that are and are drug dealings, robbing people, pimping, are the criminal class and consist of both
    black and white criminal's and many colors in between. Its a life style they have chosen, they want to "dance with the devil"
    and I did not care when they killed each other. I don't think many other folks care, unless its an innocent bystander and the level of concern from the whole of society depends on the color of the victim's skin. We saw clear evidence of it with the Jane Creba, The Eatons Centre shootings, Danforth shootings, Just Desserts, coffee house shootings on Davenport Road.
    I didn't realize you were an officer. It's a sad state of affairs in those areas but I think one of the reasons that people may have been desensitized (up until recently, since race & racial politics have been ramped up like crazy) is because of the sheer volume of shootings. It looses it's shock value.

    I don't think the concern correlates to the skin colour, but rather lifestyle choices. A young beauty queen, varsity athlete, honour roll student, who is enrolled in a PHD program and just got back from building a church in a poor country, her senseless and highly-preventable death at the hands of a careless drive by shooting with illegal weapons by someone with multiple convictions and no moral compass is perhaps the definition of tragic. It's a huge loss for us as a society.

    Funny how everything is blamed on racism nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Increasingly they're not even releasing their names anymore as it's considered racial profiling...
    .....or provide a description

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfood View Post
    Pretty horrible thing say .

    Did you do your job in the same manner ?
    Uninterested in a case because it's a few bangers? Maybe it would disturb your lunch.



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    Well my job was to serve and protect and the protection of life is the most important. But the police are not miracle workers
    and we cannot protect folk's who engage in criminal behavior and decided to "dance with the devil". So if an informant tells
    me that "Mousie just got killed last night" I would not feel to bad for Mousie, him being a drug dealer and a gunman. If the same informant tells' me the shooter name I am not going to ignore that information. As you know a prosecution of these types of citizens is hard because of lack of witness's willing to come forward and the gunman's family in the same lifestyle
    consider it the cost of doing business and probably will retaliate and kill the other shooter. Is society generally worried, not really IMHO. I say this because they are not even worried if a bye stander of color is killed accidently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun Nut View Post
    Yes, that is really what it is all about. The general public doesn't know enough about firearms and their responsible uses, not to be stampeded by fear of people legally owning firearms. Guns are a tool used to kill people and anyone who owns a gun legally or otherwise is a potential mass murder. Better put any gun regardless of who owns and uses it, is an instrument capable of mass murder. It is never a question of who holds the firearm, its the potential that the firearm has to make killing people easy. Guns are dangerous you have every right to live in fear of them, that is the idea which continues to drive the banning of firearms. Until the public is educated and lifted out of their ignorance of firearms, they will continue to be driven in most cases by unrealistic fear. Gun control doesn't make the public any safer, it simply continues to instill the idea that guns are to be feared.

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    The article makes a lot of generalizations that don't align with law enforcement stats,especially,firearm-related suicides as compiled by the FBI in their annual reports. Granted,this past year and a half may be an anomaly with Covid-19 fearmongering hysteria by the media. They're driving some people around the bend who were pretty close to edge at any given time,beforehand. It will definitely pad the stats and the usual grave dancers will attempt to use it for their disinformation campaigns out of context at every turn. We really need to compare apples to apples. There's a tremendous attitude disconnect between American and Canadian firearm sentiments. Americans eat,sleep and breath that "the bogey man is gonna get 'em" arming themselves to the teeth where Canadians are much more sensible,not normally prone to fits of panic or pique when little things don't seem to go right.
    Never argue on social media. Every classroom had a kid that ate paste and that's likely who you're arguing with.

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