Message from radeon in /r/SargonOfAkkad (Sparta) #politics-free-for-all


2017-11-06 18:01:19 UTC  

the licence is basically proof you had the correct training

2017-11-06 18:01:21 UTC  

No, those are your rights on the bases that you exist and deserve self determination.

2017-11-06 18:01:37 UTC  

@Vertig0ne where?

2017-11-06 18:01:43 UTC  

.uk

2017-11-06 18:01:45 UTC  

Hunting lodges usually.

2017-11-06 18:01:47 UTC  

oh lmao

2017-11-06 18:02:05 UTC  

Uk law is too draconian even for me

2017-11-06 18:02:05 UTC  

no, but if theres one thing we brits are, its a stickler for the rules

2017-11-06 18:02:07 UTC  

holy shit this is still going on

2017-11-06 18:02:24 UTC  

They arest people for tweets

2017-11-06 18:02:33 UTC  

Isn't that Germany?

2017-11-06 18:02:39 UTC  

it has happened here

2017-11-06 18:02:43 UTC  

Nah fam the UK too

2017-11-06 18:02:45 UTC  

it was kinda funny

2017-11-06 18:02:52 UTC  

well sheeeeeeeeet

2017-11-06 18:02:57 UTC  

UK arrests people if their dogs don't like jews.

2017-11-06 18:03:00 UTC  

backing up for a minute... no, murder isnt a right because youre violating the rights of another

2017-11-06 18:03:08 UTC  

thats a little extreme

2017-11-06 18:03:27 UTC  

UK doesn't have freedom like US

2017-11-06 18:03:30 UTC  

Sad

2017-11-06 18:03:34 UTC  

rights 1. cannot violate the rights of other people and 2. exist in a vacuum exterior to the intervention of others i.e. medical care

2017-11-06 18:03:38 UTC  

There is a difference between murder and self-defense.

2017-11-06 18:03:45 UTC  

yes

2017-11-06 18:03:48 UTC  

its called a 2nd shot

2017-11-06 18:03:56 UTC  

They both leave a dead person

2017-11-06 18:04:14 UTC  

From what I understood, the guy got arrested because he chased after the burglars after they were running away. Excessive force.

2017-11-06 18:04:15 UTC  

self defense is legal because you have a right to self-preservation

2017-11-06 18:04:20 UTC  

Only a moron would fire once at an assailant

2017-11-06 18:04:25 UTC  

exactly

2017-11-06 18:04:31 UTC  

in the US this is part of the second amendment and stand your ground laws

2017-11-06 18:04:52 UTC  

although don't get me wrong, there is far more to 2A than self defense

2017-11-06 18:05:04 UTC  

I'm pretty sure you can't run after the burglars and keep shooting at them, after they're retreating.

2017-11-06 18:05:09 UTC  

the way its looked at here in general (in the uk, incase you didnt notice)

2017-11-06 18:05:14 UTC  

by the time the police show up, you're already dead, if you even were able to call them.

2017-11-06 18:05:15 UTC  

is its based on a sitation

2017-11-06 18:05:20 UTC  

like. if a burgular came in

2017-11-06 18:05:26 UTC  

thats because the UK is a nanny state

2017-11-06 18:05:30 UTC  

you have no rights

2017-11-06 18:05:34 UTC  

and you grabbed a fireplace ornament and whacked him over the head

2017-11-06 18:05:37 UTC  

once

2017-11-06 18:05:40 UTC  

killing him