3 comments on “USA: First in World in Gun Ownership – Not Even in Top 100 Countries for Murder Rate

  1. Pingback: USA: First in World in Gun Ownership – Not Even in Top 100 Countries for Murder Rate | sts2iver

  2. It should be obvious what the most violent cities in the u.s. have in common: high black populations. Not just democratic governments but liberal with high numbers of blacks. Whittle and his supporters easily glide over the black undertow at work in these cities. Seattle is liberal as it gets, very little crime, very few blacks. Please stop skipping over the most salient point buried in statistics which patriots don’t like to discuss, probably due to their Christian axiology.

  3. Anecdotal evidence doesn’t do a good job of supporting your point, especially without comparison/contrast in depth, such as your example of Seattle. We tend to believe that ethnicity/race, in and of itself, has nothing to do with crime rates of one group or another; rather, if one looks at the nuclear family structure within that group, how it is maintained, the values commonly taught (and with a destroyed or severely damaged family unit, not many good values are taught overall) across that group, and overall belief systems (religious) and how they are applied in daily life, and the application of law equally (same treatment for the same crime, no matter who commits it) applied to all within the locality, one might be able to see why one group or another is more violent/criminal than another. There is no place, that absent the factors above, no matter which race has a high density, that won’t succumb to the marauder mindset when the lights go out. That includes Seattle.

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