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Devil's advocate here, because I agree in principle with 2A rights, but how exactly has that worked out in the US? Would you say the ruling class in the US is kept in check by the 2A?
I'd say it has. The elites here are basically forced to do their shenanigans under the radar (ie when no one is paying attention or cares) or by also throwing gibsmedats to enough of the population to keep them placated.
Most of our big issues now are not with the government itself either. For example, right now our free speech issues are with corporations implementing censorship into social media platforms and the like (and even then what's happening here isn't as severe as what's going on in other western countries). The government has not and would not get very far trying similar things on their level.
One thing to keep in mind is that the 2A is more intended to keep elites from using the levers of government to oppress the people. It's not really a call to take up arms against Facebook or whatnot.
But if he had the gun would he name it Tommy gun?
That's kind of what I was getting at, we need guns and the will to use them to help each other..
Are shotgun shells restricted in the UK? Can you buy ammo?
nigga, you need a background check and a permit to by
in England. wtf makes you think you can get a shotgun there?
That's bullshit. Any bolt action up to and including 50. cal is also allowed.
you dont need a permit to get a kitchen knife what a load of bollocks
and yes you can get shotguns you just need a license which is fairly easy to get as long as you dont tell the interviewer that you intend on using the gun to shoot anyone
But do you need a permit for ammo?
Shells, not guns. You can make a shotgun out of pipe without any welding, just pipe and a pipe cutter. But if ammo is restricted, that doesn't work. You would have to start making your own black powder and shit.
watch as the UK gov eventually bans any substance that can be used to cause a remotely violent reaction
FINALLY someone that's not from the Midwestern US gets it
Bama here, too.
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The poor are not the majority in most western nations. The middle classes rose during the 1900s and now there about as many poor as rich. Places like the US and Eastern Europe(especially Easern Europe) still have groups of people that can be compared with the old lower classes, and these groups do not constitute a majority. Urbanisation and an increase in quality of life, aswell as many other factors, has led the "default" voter to being a middle class person living in a city, having a decent job and a family to look after. In some countries this person might have more money, bigger houses, less social security etc. The average Joe in Sweden will be better off than the average joe in Poland, but they will both be pretty well of.
The reason why the left is so strong in Sweden and the right is comparativly strong in Poland is because of a couple of different reasons. Let's start with history. Sweden during the 1800s was a pretty shitty place and you could compare it to southern Russia in terms of quality of life, pretty shit. Due to good decisions and good people Sweden went from a unindustrialised country of farmers to an urbanised country with cities that looked just like any other prominent European nations, packed with factories and till this very day the economy is going strong. People trusted in the government, a government that had been predominantly social democratic. Nowadays this trust is not as strong but it is still leagues ahead of the opinion of government in say, Greece. Poland meanwhile had a very turbulent history the last 200 years with occupation after occupation. But it was still a well-off country and believe it or not, one of the most tolerant and foreigner-friendly regions in Europe. After nazi occupation and the later even more disastrous Soviet occupation the Polish people were drawn to the extremes. Either you loved the Soviet Union or you despised it. Polish politics today are like the American red scare times a hundred, being called a communist is pretty much the worst thing you can be called politically. Government trust in Poland is mediocre at best and at worst it is next to abysmal.
All in all, the politial spectrum is relative. Different countries simply have different political parties with different views. The conservative parties in Sweden do not think the same as the ones in Poland. At the same time, certain political views are shared by almost all parties in a country that can almost by their own define countries political situation. In Sweden almost all parties strive for some sort of state capitalism with a "security web" compromised of many socialist policies. Immigration is often brought up and this was in part due to the fact that at the outbreak of the migrant crisis all prominent political parties supported a fairly open migrant policy. This was a pretty ankward time because there wasn't any loud opposition until the Sweden Democrats entered the stage and in 8 years went from a fairly unknown party to becoming Swedens most influential and powerful party. This has of course now affected other parties and pretty much all parties have changed migrant policy from "fairly open" to at the very least "closed for now" and it has led to a decrease in government trust.
In the end, countries are pretty unique in how they handle politics and while you can group them in regional blocks, you can't pull them all over the same comb.
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