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Top 10 Reasons Why Gun Ban or Gun Control is Wrong: Facts Over Emotion

Top 10 Reasons Why Gun Ban or Gun Control is Wrong: Facts Over Emotion

Over the past months, the debate over �gun control� has taken a leap throughout the media; after the sandy hook shooting this trend is more easily observable. The Obama administration is now inching closer and closer to gun restriction and confiscation, but is it a rational move?

Today, out of every 100 Americans, an estimated 88 people own guns; which takes the figures well into the millions of people; yet arguably the vast majority of whom are law-abiding citizens.

In this article we are going to take our usual top 10 focus to a more controversial level; although it may sound irrational to the gun control advocates, we encourage readers to review points made below, which collectively will refute the idea of proposing any gun control or gun confiscation laws and in doing so we hope to inform and educate our readers who may not necessarily have had all the information previously. Nevertheless we invite your thoughts and comments below.

�10. More Gun Freedom Means Less Crime

Much like anything other matter in our social life, �freedom to bear arms leads to more peace and security (and well prove it below), it does not necessarily mean that every single person has to have an AR-15 for this to happen but precisely this freedom to bear arms alone guarantees less crime. Statistically speaking, in nearly every city (every community) more gun freedom means and has meant less crime. This is an undeniable, irrefutable and an unquestionable fact that the �anti-gun� media never stop to address.

The example of this is very easily observed in the southern states like Texas, where some of the least restricting gun control laws are prevalent and not so surprisingly they have relatively very low annual violent crime rate.

For example after the city of Kennesaw, Georgia passed a law requiring every home to have a gun, the crime rate dropped by more than 50 percent over the course of the next 23 years.

Also see point 5 for the case for Switzerland�s gun control.

The issue of guns and gun control could not any simpler if people only understood the above fact. When we reflect on facts and statistics many of our arguments actually settle by themselves. In this case we can easily refute the notion that views guns as an �evil� piece of machinery, which is thought to be evil in the hands of regular citizenry and good when used and monopolized by the government, the military and criminal gangster mafia.

On the other hand where there is more restrictive gun control laws there is much more crime. States like New York and Illinois have some of the worst crime rates not only in the US but in comparison around the world.� The city of Chicago has the most strict gun control laws in the United States yet it has become one the center of overall crime in the US and the deadliest global cities; the harder gun control laws get, the higher crime rate soars. So the question must be asked: has the imposed gun restriction reduced crime?� The answer is absolutely not.� The murder rate in Chicago was about 17 percent higher in 2012 than it was in 2011, and Chicago.

Chicago has Highest US Gun Crimes and the Most Strict Gun Control

For any wise reader, who is able of some rational thinking, the above mentioned facts and examples should be enough of an argument to the end this debate, but let�s not cease here we have nine more points to cover.

Unlike what the media (ie. people like Peirce Morgan) want to lead you to believe, UK Crime Rates is another primary example in making argument against gun control � England introduced one of the most draconian gun control / ban policies in the western world, thereafter it is routinely on the top two of the most violent countries in the developed world and is significantly a more violent place to than America.

UK Higher Crime Rate Stats

Note: we have to reiterate that by stating �more gun(s) freedom means less crime�some people automatically assume it means that everyone should have a gun. That is not true; When we are talking about gun freedom and less crime, not everyone must have a firearm in order to lower the crime rate. What makes a society safe is the very �Freedom� given to each and every individual to bear arms. This very notion in turn perpetually deters criminals and crazy individuals form committing their criminal act.

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