I tapped another well of paid-anti-rights activist image galleries. This one is from the personal collection of one Jason Kilgore of Ceasefire Oregon.
Of course I must note the subliminal message of the child holding a rifle in a classroom…and obviously without proper supervision or training given the finger on the trigger.
Still you see this crap all the time. X is Illegal, but Y is Legal! Given that they are anti-freedom, not anti-gun their solution to that equation is to make BOTH items illegal.
In this image its a Kinder Egg
In 2000, the parents of three children in the United Kingdom who died after choking on Kinder toys campaigned for the products to be withdrawn from the European Union. At least six children worldwide have died from choking on the toys.
Defenders of the chocolates said that these had been unfortunate fatalities. This was discussed in the UK House of Commons and also by the UK Department of Trade and Industry which said, “The child’s tragic death was caused by the ingestion of a small part of the egg’s contents. Many other products and toys with small parts are available in the market place. If we were to start banning every product that could be swallowed by a child, there would be very few toys left in the market.”
So six children have died because they choked on the plastic toy inside the egg….which for a very popular candy is well beyond 1% of 1%. The anti-freedom people think banning this candy is PERFECTLY reasonable.
Oh yeah, they also want to ban your guns.
I say legalize the damn eggs, and give that little girl some proper training and education. But then again I’m rational, and Mr. Kilgore is anything but!
Oh I found this just before I left:
At least the kid is keeping her hand away from the trigger guard. (Kinda makes you think how these photos were staged. Here kid hold this rifle! Great message!)
Here’s the back-story on the “Banned” item (which you can buy online or at any bookstore without a background check!)
The fairy tale of a little girl who is led astray by a wolf while on the way to her grandmother’s house was banned by two California school districts because one of the refreshments for her grandmother that Little Red Riding Hood carried in her basket was wine.
How can they expect us to take them seriously! They are PRAISING the ban on a BOOK because there’s a bottle of wine in one of the illustrations. Just think, kids in school could find themselves LOOKING at a DRAWING of a bottle of WINE…then maybe go home and watch their PARENTS have a glass of WINE with dinner!!! ARMAGEDDON!!!1111!!!!
This is their argument! Why are we even giving them the time of day????