Skip to comments.Banning guns
Posted on 01/07/2013 9:12:53 AM PST by William of Barsoom
Seems reasonable to me...
So, if we're going to ban the real thing, it's only sensible to ban all media visualizations and 'experiences' with it. Such experiences might tempt one, or excite one to want such Bad Things. We cannot have this.
It's possible that Hollywood or the gaming industry would oppose this because it could make their product less interesting and exciting and profitable -- as it indeed would.
But some must sacrifice a little more for the greater benefit of acheiving a truly peaceful society where any resistance to the Powers That Be should be unthinkable.
Yeah, and their names should be stricken from all obelisks, statues, monuments, and papyrus, etc! /s
Yeah, and their names should be stricken from all obelisks, statues, monuments, and papyrus, etc! Let their names never be mentioned ever again by anyone! /s
All gun play in movies should be with flat cardboard cutouts of firearms. Then the Special Effects people can turn the cardboard cutout into whatever they want.
RULE! The “gun” must not look like a gun when shown on the screen.
And the actor holding the gun must shout “bang bang” every time a trigger is pulled.
This uber sanitizing and purposeful conditioning of the public will not stop. I see it all the time when I hear parents talking about the evil of the gun...that inanimate object that is always bad and never good. Well past “you'll shoot your eye out” stuff and into the insane.
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