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Old 08-14-2012, 10:30 AM
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Mainstream Doctors Say Supporting the 2nd Amendment is a Mental Disorder

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The medical industry in conjunction with Big Pharma want to classify the right to keep and bear arms as a mental disorder in another power grab to circumvent and eventually destroy our Constitutional 2nd Amendment.

More and more doctors are forcing the idea that we need a national healthcare approach to the problem that the recent shootings provide. While tobacco and alcohol is regulated, why not include the right to bear arms?

Dr. Garen Wintemute, professor of emergency medicine at the Prevention Research Program speaking about the installing of public guardrails, said : “People used to spear themselves and we blamed the drivers for that.”

The staged shootings in Colorado and Wisconsin are being used by some scientists to declare gun violence be treated like any other mental disease – and perhaps by popping a pill, American citizens would forget to fight for their 2nd Amendment rights.

Dr. Stephen Hargarten of the Research Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin claims : “What I’m struggling with is: Is this the new social norm? This is what we’re going to have to live with if we have more personal access to firearms. We have a public health issue to discuss. Do we wait for the next outbreak or is there something we can do to prevent it.”

Hargarten supports the limiting of access to all firearms in his advocacy with the Firearms Injury Center at the Medical College in Wisconsin which is funded by a US government grant to lobby taxpayers into believing that removing the 2nd Amendment will stop gun violence.

An estimated 260 to 300 million firearms are owned by American civilians which equals 1/3 of US households. While gun-related deaths are not raising according to police records, the fear-mongering continues as a supposed trend with no justification.

Propaganda studies into gun ownership claim that alcohol abuse causes the likelihood of gun-related violence to rise, according to Wintemute. Banning assault weapons would control the amount of rounds a person could shoot, while the police officers would still be allowed to tout automatic pistols. By restricting gun sales to include minor misdemeanors as well as convicted felons, 40% of gun sales would be curbed. And with the classification of gun support as a mental disorder, more control could be placed on who ultimately can own a gun.

By devising tactics to reduce shootings, experts are trying to legitimize profiling so that they can identify who would be most likely to commit such a crime. Combining the psychiatric industry with pre-crime seems to be a relationship conceived by the global Elite.
http://occupycorporatism.com/mainstr...ntal-disorder/

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Old 08-15-2012, 06:03 AM
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Don't have anything to say about the article, but this caught my eye...

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An estimated 260 to 300 million firearms are owned by American civilians which equals 1/3 of US households.
Is this supposed to be some sort of average? if so, the numbers are way off.
Unless... of course, there are over 750 million households in the US... 2.5 households per person???
 
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:55 AM
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Don't have anything to say about the article, but this caught my eye...



Is this supposed to be some sort of average? if so, the numbers are way off.
Unless... of course, there are over 750 million households in the US... 2.5 households per person???
I didn't catch that, this article needs to be corrected if they want credibility.
 
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Old 08-15-2012, 08:17 AM
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Just a strange curiosity, more than anything.
Perhaps they were trying to say something which escaped me.
 
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Old 08-15-2012, 02:56 PM
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Don't have anything to say about the article, but this caught my eye...



Is this supposed to be some sort of average? if so, the numbers are way off.
Unless... of course, there are over 750 million households in the US... 2.5 households per person???
Multiple firearms in some houses.

Great article. Pleased to see someone working on this disease.
 
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Old 08-15-2012, 05:30 PM
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Multiple firearms in some houses.
If that's the case, then the words "which equals" totally don't belong in that sentence. They remove all meaning.
 
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