Are you an anti-gun Australian journalist being shut down? Just whip out the victim card: “RIFLES, handguns, shotguns, pistols, grenades, ammunition and knives — a smorgasbord of weapons is on sale at massive gun shows across America. Eager customers inspect stall merchandise like kids in a
For Australian journalists, any kind of firearm related event in the United States is like cake to a fat kid. They can’t resist a chance to sink their teeth into the addictive sugary temptation of a virtue signal flan, but the dirty calories gained from the
Straya, where self-defence is frowned upon: Deputy Premier John Barilaro has been accused by Labor of encouraging vigilantes and seeking to foster “an American-style guns culture” after calling for an inquiry into the issue of self-defence using a firearm. Mr Barilaro, who is Nationals leader, has written to the Legislative
Here we go again. As the tragedy in Las Vegas unfolded, the Australian media broke out with it’s predictably formulaic “guns are bad mmmkay” schtick. The bodies weren’t even cold before the Australian media re-iterated the usual Pavlovian neurolinguistic chorus of blah blah Port Arthur blah
Comparing Australia to the US on gun control: The Argument of Fools In the wake of the terrorist, yes, terrorist attack in Orlando that left 49 dead, the Australian media and it’s legion of indoctrinated followers joined in the universal chorus of deflection for gun control.