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If the right of self-protection means carrying a gun – so be it

 

Editorial

If women are left defenceless then they need self-protection. Pepper sprays, electric prods or handguns have been  used in the United States for decades with very few reports of misuse. Heavy penalties apply if misused.

Many centuries of Common law gives us the right of self-defence, but the corporate political parties have denied honest citizens to use force against force.

The political parties claim they own our children and they will protect them and naturally us the parents.  Nothing could be further from the truth.

Television news yesterday was awash with the funeral of the young girl, Aiiwa Maasarwe murdered in Melbourne by a young indigenous man. Could she have survived if she had some means of self-protection?

Probably because the conditions for self-carry are to have undertaken a rigid firearms handling course before getting a licence, but if it is widely known that women legally have a means of self-protection, such as a gun or mace then the attack most likely would not have occurred.

How many more women have to be murdered before the political party quislings take action?

 

 

 

 

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