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Running head: GUN CONTROL

Gun control for the safety of whom

Julian Roman
Rowan-Cabarrus community college


Imagine living in under a government where society prefer being lie to instead of
knowing the horrific truth that lays beneath the land of the "Free." A beautiful place where
immigrants come to seek asylum until they stay a year or two, until they realize that the
government has more secrets than me and you. When watching the news, there is always chaos
somewhere else but never here. "We will protect you. Hope and Change will come soon enough,
if you vote for me that is." Gun control is not need it or is the issue at hand. Who cares, society
rather sit still and let the government justice all the death that occur under their watch. As long as
it doesnt affect us individually. Well, Welcome to the US, where all your dreams may come true
after we sell all your nightmares to the foreigner.
When the word weapon is said out loud people automatically thinks of a firearm but in
fact any object can be used as a weapon. An inmate can sharpen his tooth brush and stab Pablo
because he wouldnt share his P.B & J sandwich. With recent tragedies and out breaks taking
place all over the world, the media is calling for an anti-weapon society. Where the government
not the people, put more rules and regulation to those who own or may want to own a fire arm in
the future. If this was the case those laws have already been passed and fail.
For the latest treat the maniacs are gunning defenses targets making it clear that our
society is not safe. Leaving the people to beg for more laws, making it harder to get a hold of a
.22 to defend them self and continue watching batman. Evidence mounts that these deadly
rampages are the result of failure of the mental health system (Faria, 2013). In other words
violating the right of every American to bear arms by playing with the emotion of those who
have lost much more than 60 minutes watching Fox news take advantage of the situation to bring
fear in the heart of so many. For ratings.


When the argument of gun control comes up, is for the protection of our children. The
ones in school, the innocent life some madman put a hit on after listen to Marilyn Manson or
playing grand theft auto. Not for the young BLACK teenage boy who was shot while walking
with a hoodie in the middle of the night. No sir, Gorge had the right to kill Trevon and sell ugly
paintings for profit. When call for gun control is for the safety of Americans living in places
where such tragedy rarely happens. When a nigga kills a spic over drug money its just what
they do. Theres no call for the safety of the youth who resides in the ghetto. Theres no God for
their soul to rest in peace. In fact where do all this drugs and guns come from?
The United State is the biggest and best customer of Mexican drug trafficking
organizations (DTOs). American customers fuel Mexican drug-cartel profits and the United
States generally provides the bulk of the guns used by the Mexican DTOs. Since 2007 the
Mexican government has confiscated more than one hundred thousand firearms and according to
one source 84% of those guns come from the United State what do the American citizen
demand? To build stronger walls by those same immigrants that are infecting the land of the free.
For what purpose? So the guns stay over the border or never make it out of the United
State? Guns are not the problem. Countless of life have been taken, more will follow if nothing
is done but argue about whos right. Why be surprise when the purpose of a gun is used to kill?
If the gun was invented for such purpose. Is an art created by war, war makes money and they
never going to stop making their money.
Live without a gun, may still die by a gun provided by the government. They give
firearms to the bad people and forget to chase or follow up, it may end up in the hands of a
psycho and there in front of this tormented soul is a happy family who has no need for a gun.
There has been no discussion of the positive effect that would occur if the US government


implemented a true firearms trafficking statute.(Young, 2012). Until it the nightmare of

immigrants hits the dreams of the Americans there will still be a call for gun control rather than
protect our self from our protectors.
We care about the President, so we protect him with armed Secret Service agents.
Members of Congress work in offices surrounded by armed Capitol Police officers. Yet when it
comes to the most beloved, innocent and vulnerable members of the American family our
children-we as a society leave them utterly defenseless, and the monsters and predators of this
world know it and exploit it. That must change now! The truth is that our society is populated by
an unknown number of genuine monsters-people so deranged, so evil, so possessed by voices
and driven by demons that no sane person can possibly ever comprehend them. They walk
among us every day. And does anybody really believe that the next Adam Lanza isn't planning
his attack on a school he's already identified at this very moment? (NRA Press Release,
emphasis added, 2012).
Prevent another mass murder, by arguing guns are evil, not the person holding the gun.
Firearms makes it easier to kill and is just as easy to get caught. Taking away guns wont make it
impossible to do so. Humankind will always will a weapon regardless if is a firearm or a sword.
Worry about the one holding the gun, not the gun itself. Society dont fear cops because they
hold a weapon. Gun control is not something that must be enforce to prevent such things from
happening. Making it harder to get a gun legally may led to obtaining them from the cartel or
should I say our government.


Esposito, L.., (2014). Beyond gun control: Examining neoliberalism, pro-gun politics and gun
Violence in the United States, Theory in Action. Doi , 7(2), 74-103

Faria MA Jr. Shooting rampages, mental health, and the sensationalization of violence. Surg
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Young, S. M. (2012). Going nowhere fast (or Furious): the nonexistent US firearms trafficking
Statute and rise of Mexican drug cartel violence. University Of Michigan Journal of Law
Reform, 46(1), 1-67.