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In the UK: The number of knife deaths in areas targeted by an anti-knife crime scheme has risen, the Home Office has said.

4 Responses to “Unpossible”

  1. straightarrow Says:

    Well that’s certainly a huge surprise. I mean, after all, every time the law abiding have been denied the means of self defense the non-lawabiding have victimized them. All throughout history this has been true. Who could have expected it would happen again?

  2. Stranger Says:

    No surprise to me. Without exception, every law that limits citizens access to weapons increases the violent crime rates WITH THOSE WEAPONS. So I bet a Limey Prof a tenner that a more knife crime would occur. He will be back here next month – with ten pound note in hand.

    The OLDEST record of that truism I know is a 3400 year old inscription from the Hurrian kingdom of Hanigalbat. The King of Hanigalbat outlawed swords or bows in the streets, with the usual result.

    “Since the king made women of men, gangs of young men make the streets unsafe. Our women cannot appear on the street. Our children are assaulted in the streets and the priests in the temples.”

    So we have 3400 years of history – but the gun control nuts are damnably poor students of history. But they sure are good at promoting crime.

    Stranger

  3. Matt Groom Says:

    Apparently, the “Anti-Knife” people don’t realize that making a knife is ‘so easy, a caveman could do it’. However, when you have armed cavemen and barbarians, and a disarmed and morally castrated populace, the cavemen win.

  4. Vote For David Says:

    Stranger, the “progressives” are NOT poor students of history. They are just not students of history, period. History, for the pants-wetting Leftist, begins this morning, this week, or possibly as far back as “whenever I started thinking about things”.

    Gun control is another one of those topics in which people get personally invested in something that “feels” like it should work, but that feeling is destroyed by evidence . . . if you can get them to consider the evidence.