I hate to be cynical, but I'm at work now and I know by the time I'm home the video is likely to be burried. I currently work in security, and am interested purely for SA/proactive purposes.Watched the live stream video, damn brutal.
I'm inclined to agree with you here. I'm not sure how viewing the video makes my personal life better/more tactical.Don't watch that shit guys. Unless you're paid to it's just not right.
Wrong, we must watch and learn. Knowledge is power.Don't watch that shit guys. Unless you're paid to it's just not right.
The NZ gun laws will be in the frame. Best outcome is what occurred in Norway. Not much, but I doubt it.An Interesting and obviously a terrible turn of events. NZ can expect an Australian or British set of gun laws to take effect in short order.
Those self righteous pricks back home who've been preaching for years about gun laws can suck it.
Gun laws don't work, and will never work.
Wrong, we must watch and learn. Knowledge is power.
Lots of lessons to be learned here.
Of course politicians will use a tragedy to push their political agenda, before victims have even been named, while they can still get a knee jerk reaction out of people. Politicians never change.On Saturday, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said attempts had been made repeatedly to tighten New Zealand's gun laws, but all had failed. After Friday's terrible attack, she said, it must now happen.