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Sukhjeet

The problem I see with pfaisicm is that when you are in trouble it won't save you, and more often that not trouble comes searching for you, whether you want it or not. I speak for personal experience: I'm reasonably young, yet I have been molested on three different occasions by groups of men. By know you're probably screaming: Avoidance! You were searching for it! Bullshit. Every time it was broad daylight, every time it was a populated area in a good part of my town. Every time I was lucky enough to get away.You say: hey, you run away!Again, bullshit. In another situation, I might not have been so dumb lucky. Want an example of what criminals can do? Again, I can speak for personal experience.An eighty year old family friend of ours was throw down his house staircase: the criminals wanted the location of his house safe, wich did not exist, so he couldn't cough it up. The man, rather active for his age, ended up paralysed in bed because of the wound sustained during the robbery, and died after almost two months, very likely as conseguence of the wounds received during the fall. The trauma on his wife and his children is still indescribable.I would like to point out another error you made. A weapon is not a tool for random punishment of criminals, it is rather an emergency tool to push the criminal to reconsider his actions: just as a guard dog will bark to protect his sheeps from the wolf, the handgun will threat the criminal: quit your actions or you will risk your life. IF the criminal doesn't stop and ONLY in this situation, then, yes, the pourpose of the handgun is to shot the criminal- again not to kill him (even if that may be a byproduct of the self defence), but to stop the criminal from hurting an innocent person.By the way, pfaisicm has no foundation in traditionals religions: the Catholic church, for example, does not consider a sin self defence even when the act of self defence results in the death of a human being, as long as. the defender did everything in his power to avoid the fight . the defender did everything in his power notto provoke the fight. the intent of the defender is not to kill the attacker but to stop himI could spend hours talking about this argument, but I will make ot short PS I am not a native english speaker so I apologize for my mistakes and I hope I made myself clear

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