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Are fucking kidding me? I have been sitting at home and constantly watching the news after the events of yesterday. For those of you who are wondering, I am a junior at REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL! I was there when the shooter kept running in the halls trying to open the doors and get in. I was there in the dark praying and crying while my librarian kept saying ” they’ll have to kill me before they touch my kids” I have known her for three years, her determination to keep us safe broke her heart. Seeing this, that little children need protection in school. Are we sending kids to a battlefield? I have three little brothers ranging from 5-10, and still people have the nerve to speak about the second amendment? Really? I can’t even type anymore. I’m so disgusted and frustrated. When will you realize that it’s important to have gun control? When a shooter is pointing a gun at your child? Is that when you’ll realize that guns aren’t something to be kept around. People say it’s a free country but honesty, this country is more oppressed and diseased than any other country.

Show me ONE instance where gun control and gun free zones prevented school shootings.

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Let me tell you guys a story.
In 1996, in a little town in Australia called Port Arthur, a gunman killed 35 and injured 23. This place was a tourist attraction, with plenty of visitors and locals going about their business. 
35 people died.That’s 35 marriages, anniversaries, birthdays or uni degrees. 35 people left Port Arthur in body bags.
At the time, we had a pretty conservative government, and the Prime Minister at the time (in hindsight) was kind of a dick. But within two weeks of the shooting, Howard instituted a massive reform and buyback of all firearms. 

But it must be a statistical flaw, you say, there weren’t that many massacres before 1996, right? No, WRONG. 
In the eighteen years leading up to Port Arthur, there had been 13 mass shootings. 

But April, you ask, this couldn’t possibly have worked could it? Wouldn’t it only have reduced the mass shootings? WRONG.
Since 1996, there have been ZERO mass shootings. That’s right, ZERO. FUCKING ZILCH. There have been scattered homicides, however:

How many schools have been raided and children murdered? NONE.
How many film buffs have been murdered in their seats? NONE.
How many innocent lives have been lost to the barrel of a gun? NONE.

On top of this, homicides involving the use of guns, and youth suicide involving the use of guns has declined dramatically, by up to 60%

Australia, however much the environment tries to kill you, is a safe haven, and you can walk the streets with 99% assurance that you won’t fall victim to a drive by shooting.

Your move, America.

in 1987 a lone gunman killed 16 people, wounded 15 and then committed suicide. within six months the uk government passed an amendment to the firearms act effectively outlawing all high calibre, high frequency, high capacity rifles and shotguns.

in 1996 another lone gunman killed 16 children and their teacher, and then committed suicide. again within six months the uk government outlawed all handguns. special dispensation had to be issued in order to hold shooting competition as part of the 2012 olympic games, and british hopefuls had to train overseas.

you can legally own certain types of shotgun, .22 calibre rifles over a certain barrel length, and antiques. that’s it.

in the nigh-on twenty years since the uk has had one mass shooting. one. and we’re down to about 30 gun-related deaths annually.

there is not one example of gun control laws reducing mass shootings and gun-related homicide. there are dozens. it literally works every time. the usa is the anomaly not because it didn’t work but because it hasn’t tried.

A point to make about the uk handgun ban - my mother very clearly remembers being in a shop when she heard about the news - the Dunblane massacre was so shocking and harrowing that it united a whole nation (apart from the proto-ukip types I suppose, who two decades later are now complaining about bringing back their pwecious guns, but they were more or less told to sharply stfu at the time, I think - there was a general public sentiment that something had to change.)

Ordinary strangers in the shop were talking about it, even if they didn’t know each other. Most of the victims were 5 years old, and it was one of the most horrifying tragedies the country had been through in years, basically a sort of ‘final’-style shock to the system that galvanised people into taking action. This meant that it was ordinary people that were at the forefront of the clamour to ban guns (the snowdrop petition, the gun control network, etc,) and there was a general feeling that hey, we don’t really *need* handguns, not like this. Most importantly, gun-owners were willingly going into the places and dropping off their old guns. There was a will/push to change from the ground up, that’s why a general shift in ‘attitude’ will be the most important factor in getting things changed. (Basically, what I’m trying to say is - kick Sandy-Hook truther types in the nuts every time they so much as open their mouths.)

See that’s the problem. The UK and Australia did something about it when mass shootings were rare, they aren’t rare in the US any more. Hell they’re almost mundane. Every couple of months “Oh look another nutcase has shot a dozen people in america”.

The terrifying thing about mass shootings in the US isn’t that they aren’t doing anything about it, it’s that we’re all used to it by now.

If the post below this one is a breaking news story about a school shooting in America you will empathise, you will be upset, but you won’t be shocked, not like we were when Dunblane happened. There can’t be a “Never again” attitude when you’re in the middle of again and again and again.

America has missed their chance for gun control laws. They’re more likely to outlaw the stars and stripes.

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