Video: Club-wielding migrants attacking French citizen. Luckily for him, he was a plainclothes police officer, and therefore armed.
Europeans should be allowed to carry weapons to defend themselves.
After the horrible jihad attack in Paris on November 13, 2015, in which more than a hundred people were killed, Donald J. Trump – the future president of the USA – said:
“You can say what you want, but our people had guns, if they were allowed to carry it would’ve been a much, much different situation.”
And of course, Trump was right. To bloodthirsty jihadis, Europe is a heavenly slaughterhouse full of unarmed infidels. At the music club Bataclan in Paris, people had to watch their friends and partners suffer unspeakable horrors. The jihadis tortured people with knives, men and women had their genitals stabbed, and some victims had their bellies cut open and their intestines pulled out before they were executed. The unarmed citizens were powerless against the jihadis.
During the jihad attack on the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi in 2013, the jihadis “removed balls, eyes, ears, nose. They get your hand and sharpen it like a pencil then they tell you to write your name with the blood. They drive knives inside a child’s body.” Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble warned after the attack:
“Societies have to think about how they’re going to approach the problem. One is to say we want an armed citizenry; you can see the reason for that.”
Armed citizens in Europe?
Here is what the head of the Swiss army, Lieutenant-General André Blattmann, thinks:
“The threat of terror is rising, hybrid wars are being fought around the globe … migration flows of displaced persons and refugees have assumed unforeseen dimensions,” Blattmann says as he advises people to arm themselves: “those not already armed as part of the Swiss Army reserve [should] take steps to arm themselves.”
After a string of terror attacks during the summer of 2016, Czech president Miloš Zeman said:
“I really think that citizens should arm themselves against terrorists. And I honestly admit that I changed my mind, because previously I was against [citizens] having too many weapons. After these attacks, I don’t think so [anymore]”.
Zeman points to Israel’s gun laws as an example. Being surrounded by Islamic countries and being Jewish, Israel has more experience with fighting Islamic terrorism than any other country. One successful lifesaving strategy is to allow trained citizens to carry firearms. For this reason, terror attacks are regularly stopped by civilians before too many innocents are hurt. Compared with Denmark, which has some of the toughest laws on weapons (you are not even allowed to own a pepper spray), Israel has three times fewer deadly accidents with firearms. And three times fewer gun related deaths than France, Finland and Austria – all countries where civilians are not allowed to carry in public.
We should start by allowing our officers and soldiers to bear their guns in their free time. They are professionals, and by allowing them to be armed when off duty, we would instantly multiply our societies’ protective force.
But even that will not be enough. The Islamic State has just issued a new order: faithful Muslims must attack the infidels in the only place where all families should feel safe – in our own homes. The police cannot be everywhere, and people must be able to stand their ground.
The Europeans need a Second Amendment. The only question is, how many innocent unarmed people will be slaughtered before lawmakers will be forced to allow people to defend themselves against this deadly menace that has been allowed into our countries by ignorant politicians, the anti-national EU, and the Islamic-dominated UN, all aided by a cowardly press that so willingly hid the inconvenient truths until it was too late?