The Need for Gun Control

As evidenced by a recent massacre in Thailand:

More than 30 people have been killed in a horror mass shooting at a children’s daycare centre in Thailand, with victims as young as two years old. In total, 35 people have been killed. 24 bodies, including 19 boys, three girls and two adults were found at the nursery. A further adult and young boy were killed outside the centre. At the shooter’s house, one boy and four adults were found dead, and another adult at a nearby building was also killed. Three further adults were taken to hospital where they were pronounced dead.

Clearly, Thailand needs to make guns illegal… wait a minute.

Thailand had about 10 million privately owned firearms in 2016, or one for about every seven citizens. Of those, about 4 million were illegal.

Well, even if people do break the law, only the police should be allowed to have guns… wait a minute.

Among the dead are at least 24 children and multiple teachers after the brutal massacre carried out by a policeman.

The unarmed society is a defenseless society, which is why the body counts are usually much higher in places that are gun-free zones than in places where people are able to defend themselves by legally carrying arms. And, as always, it’s vital to keep in mind that gun violence is primarily a racial issue, not an availability of weapons issue, as the newly-adulterated nations of Europe are beginning to discover in the aftermath of Merkel’s Migration.