So instead, their citizens are throwing acid in the face of their victims.
Hmmm ... getting shot or getting your eyes and face burned out.
It's difficult to choose which is worse, isn't it?
New police figures reveal that the U.K. is averaging at least 15 barbaric acid attacks a week. The figures, first reported by The Mirror, show a total of 2,602 reported attacks from January 2015 to May of this year, averaging out to 15 per week. In comparison, there were only 100 total attacks reported from 2007 to 2011. Stunningly, nearly 75% of such attacks have been carried out in London, a city often praised by the Left for its multiculturalism and tolerance.Somehow, I don't think that "GUNS" are the problem. But your mayor thinks CARS are!
The problem is that Some People are vicious, aggressive, and they just want to do the most harm possible to their fellow citizens.
I'm unconvinced that GUNS are the problem; ever look at your mix of immigrants?
(You English are quite proud of that, aren't you? Funny how nobody has identified their attackers .. oh, but the victims are blind, aren't they? Darn, how inconvenient!)
I think it's society .. the people who walk past you every day on your way to work ... who are the problem! England, I'm talking to you. (And I hope and pray that this never comes to America!)
Is it worse to be permanently disfigured (blinded?) by having acid thrown in your face, and live with that? Or is it worse to be shot, and possibly die?
Tough to choose, isn't it?
Me? I'd rather be dead (and having had the choice whether to be armed to defend myself).