New Zealand Rates Of Gun Crimes And Killings Using Guns At Highest Levels In A Decade

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Bad situation in New Zeland.

But what do you expect? :dunno: they have a Globlalist, leftwing, Killary Klinton fan over there, Jacinda Arden the Prime Minister.

Hopefully the people in New Zealand are waking up.... time to vote the witch out!
It's clearly a terrible situation.

Ummm...just to be extra clear here...what are we agreeing on?
 
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Don’t you guys even read your own links. From your link:

On a global scale, gun crime remains incredibly low in New Zealand.

Police Officers were assaulted 13 times by someone with a gun in 2019 up from 2 in 2018.

How many police officers are assaulted in the US by guns. Probably 13 an hour if not every 15 minutes.

You guys love grasping at straws to support your failed ideology.
Come try and take mine cocksucker.
Crime lover.
 

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Who would have imagined that a major right wing terror attack would see a spike in gun crime ?

Meanwhile.............................

On a global scale, gun crime remains incredibly low in New Zealand.

For instance, in the United States there are about 106 deaths per 1 million population each year.

In each of the last two years, New Zealand recorded 2.4 gun-related deaths per million people.

Its a powerful argument for common sense.
 

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the point is they took away guns from the good guys and the bad guys took advantage,,,
so the program failed miserably and people dies that wouldnt have,,,
New figures obtained by RNZ show last year had the highest rates of gun crime and deaths involving firearms for nearly 10 years.Rates of gun crimes and killings using guns at highest levels in a decade
No, the point is you're talking shit. There was a mass killing last year. The programme has been a success. We've had no mass killings since the programme to remove semi automatic rifles and certain categories of shotgun was implemented. Every one has kept their legal rifles and shotguns.
 
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Don’t you guys even read your own links. From your link:

On a global scale, gun crime remains incredibly low in New Zealand.

Police Officers were assaulted 13 times by someone with a gun in 2019 up from 2 in 2018.

How many police officers are assaulted in the US by guns. Probably 13 an hour if not every 15 minutes.

You guys love grasping at straws to support your failed ideology.
Come try and take mine cocksucker.
You need every straw you have.
 

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24 in the whole country in a year.
Over two years as I understand it, which I think includes the mass shooting.
That is awesome. If we got anywhere near that, I'd pack most of my weapons in cosmolene and lock them in the attic. Unfortunately, within last year there has been on shooting (leg) in the front yard of somebody in the next block and a killing during a drug deal gone sideways at a convenience store just outside the subdivision, 4 block away. I'll keep carrying and hope not to witness a hostile act.
 

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That is awesome.
On reflection, it can't include the mass shooting, but I believe that number (24) is still over two years, and is very high for us. It includes the year before semis were effectively banned. I think it is a result of New Zealand parents' children born in/or reared in Australia deported from Australia to New Zealand, as they are not Australian citizens, bringing Australian criminality to NZ.
 
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That is awesome.
On reflection, it can't include the mass shooting, but I believe that number (24) is still over two years, and is very high for us. It includes the year before semis were effectively banned. I think it is a result of New Zealand parents' children born in/or reared in Australia deported from Australia to New Zealand, as they are not Australian citizens, bringing Australian criminality to NZ.
I did not know you were from New Zealand. Most of us only know your country from movies. No matter what anyone says, you folks should be justifiably proud of your record on gun violence. Sometime being #1 in a good way is really cool. Right now, we are mostly #1 in gun violence and #1 in COVID-19. Wish us luck as we do not have much of a plan.
 

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