Guns, controls, victims, and prison sentences… some social injustice overseas

I found two articles from Front Page Magazine regarding gun control, police procedure, and some misprioritizing in the British legal system. Both articles were published in January. One, British Man Denied Parole, Ruled “A Threat to Burglars”, chronicles how a man defended his person and his home from burglars and was punished for it and the other, When Governments Ban Guns, is a general description of the status of gun control in Great Britain and the consequences from such a system. Basically a place where it is against the law to have guns is also a place where the lawless have guns and use them.

I’d like to emphasize that the British police are unwilling to investigate threats to property or burglary in general and that a man’s own ability to defend himself is limited by his own laws in that bloody country overseas. And their cops are paid more than ours while protecting less.

Somehow having universal healthcare doesn’t sound like it’s worth it.

Thanks to Michael Hutchison of Monitor Duty for supplying this story.