Home Gun Control The History, Philosophy and Ethics of Gun Control Gun Control The History, Philosophy and Ethics of Gun Control By Robert Farago - December 22, 2012 14 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ [h/t Packetknife] ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Everytown Sues DEFCAD and Others Over 3D Files Using Everytown, Moms Demand Action Logos Employee Armed With a Shotgun Stops Workplace Active Shooter in Nebraska This is How Biden Would Spend Your Tax Dollars to Fight the ‘Gun Violence Public Health Crisis’ 14 COMMENTS No gun grabber have no logic ethics or sense. They just want Government to be all powerful in there twisted minds. Reply Here are the research sources of the video (as posted in the vid’s description). Reply Thanks Bob… This is actually really good. He calls it like it is.. If you are in an urban area, and a young black man you are in trouble. He also touches base on the war on drugs, broken marriages, etc. It isn’t all rosey, but really the whole idea that banning guns will be the magic pill is BS, and he knows that too. Reply Wow, Farago just posted Molyneux! my my… now we’re on to something. Loving TTAG even more. Reply Stefan is one of my heroes. I’ve listened to just about every single podcast on the Freedomain Radio site. Reply This gun sculpture in front of the UN is telling how gun control is better described as people control. What do I mean? The gun sculpture chosen by the UN is a double-action revolver owned and used almost exclusively by civilians for self-defense. The chosen sculpture was not even a military issue semi-automatic handgun. The sculpture is not one of an actual military weapon such as the AK and AR platforms which governments approve for sale and ship to other governments to wage war against yet other countries or a civilian population. The UN is more about civilian population control and bringing forth the NWO. Reply Very good observation. The range I shoot at has a picture of this sculpture next to a “UN Not Welcome Here” sign. I never saw it that way but it makes sense. Reply Aharon, I don’t believe this: you just took the words out of my mouth. Its all about people control. If we both had this idea hopefully it will be one that comes to influence the narrative in an important way going forward. Reply I would like to one day find that statue and chop of the bent part, now I wonder is it concrete or metal? Reply Another highlight of this video is the comments section on YouTube – in particular he has a history of responding to detractors who try to cite other evidence. And not in an absolute way – he points out that various studies from equally credible sources (e.g. Harvard vs. Harvard vs. Yale) read data differently and how he approached his position. I also especially like how he really REALLY hammers home the point that people are different. American culture wouldn’t work elsewhere anymore than Japanese culture works here. It was well worth the ~twenty seven minutes. Reply Am I the only one who looks at that sculpture and wonders how long that barrel was supposed to be? Reply Im more concerned as to who makes a good leather OWB holster for it Reply Haha at 14:40! “… only the government which is of course so reliable, honest, morel, and virtuous and forward thinking and all that…” Reply Well he’s a libertarian, so I wasn’t surprised by that comment. =) Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.