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USA Mass shootings ( Why are Americans so murderous ? )

“The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave”
Really ?

There is nothing brave about using automatic weapons against innocent people going about their daily lives. There is nothing free about living in a country that accepts mass gun crime as ‘today’s reality’, instead of putting an immediate stop to it. It is domestic terrorism.

It is right and proper that people who assist or support terrorist actions get thrown into prison for life.

On average about 30 US citizens are killed each year by external terror attacks.

So far in 2015, a total of 462 have been murdered in mass shootings at home in the USA and 1312 more have been wounded or injured in those same shootings.

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This map shows that the homeland impact of ‘US mass shootings’ is 1460% BIGGER than the impact of ‘terrorism’.

Murder is murder, gun crime is gun crime, wherever it happens and regardless of the perpetrators reason or motive. The number of domestic single murders (gun or no gun) in the USA are also shamefully high and are not included in the numbers above.

If you sell guns to terrorists you are a terror supporter. So please stop selling guns into your own home grown domestic-terror market (or expect full punishment for supporting terror).

The US President was elected to represent and defend the whole population.

For him and the hundreds of families that are grieving (every year), please stop pretending that everything is ok, it is time to stand aside or even to become part of the solution.

 

 

 


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Posted by: Phaedrus

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