Crime and Violence: The Keys to Successful Gun Control

Odd Stuffing
4 min readMar 20


If you’ve noticed huge spikes in crime and violence occurring at the same time as a massive push for more and more gun control, it’s not a coincidence. The higher the crime rate and violence in your community, the more you will be inclined to accept the one and only answer for how to stop it, gun control. Of course, it’s a lie.

Don’t feel safe in your home or community? Gun control is the answer. People assaulted, robbed, raped and killed in broad daylight? Gun control is the answer. Stores and businesses closing because of so much crime? Gun control is the answer.

Rest assured this IS the plan, and your life and the lives of your family are the pawns in the game. If you’re thinking there’s no way anyone in our country would purposely allow people to be assaulted, robbed, raped, and killed just to help implement gun control, think about what is at stake.

It’s all about control of the masses. People who are not 100% dependent on the government for their most basic needs like security are much harder to control than those that are dependent. They also tend to value things like freedom of movement, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom to associate with others, freedom to purchase what they want, when they want and freedom to make their own decisions about issues affecting their families. If some lives need to be sacrificed along the way to accomplish this, so be it.

This all begins in your own community.

Progressive prosecutors are taking the lead in promoting criminal-first policies in their communities. They are ignoring the will of the people and their state’s criminal code by using “prosecutorial discretion” to avoid charging those who commit crimes. At the same time, they are actively working to reduce the sentences and release those who are in custody, turning their backs on the victims of crime in the process. The result? More crime and violence.

The ranks of local law enforcement are being decimated because the system is, supposedly, systemically racist. The remaining officers are not allowed to proactively fight crime and, in some places, even stop cars or arrest offenders without direct permission from supervisors. The standards for replacement officers, when it’s allowed, have been lowered to the point where they are no better than the criminals themselves. Acceptance and trust of local law enforcement is destroyed, and the eventual consequence is the elimination of local law enforcement. The result? More crime and violence.

Public schools are undoubtedly the most important places when considering safety, yet they are the most neglected. Instead of effectively hardening the buildings and classrooms, providing on-site, law enforcement protection, and allowing staff and teachers to be armed, most schools are protected by little “Gun Free Zone” signs. The result? More crime and violence.

At the same time our communities are purposefully being made more crime-ridden and violent, the extreme left politicians and gun control zealots are presenting us with one, and only one answer, more gun control. Removing firearms and the ability to use them from law abiding citizens is portrayed as the only “common sense” solution.

Never mind that the areas with the most gun control also have the most crime and violence. We’re told that this is because of all the non-gun-controlled areas, even though they don’t have the same crime and violence there. Nowhere do they ever describe how they will get criminals to stop illegally carrying and using guns.

Completely dismissed is the concept of holding those who commit crimes and acts of violence accountable for their actions. Arrest, prosecution, and incarceration are considered nonsense. Gun control zealots point to their own self-funded “research” that UNEQUIVOCALLY PROVES tough-on-crime policies have the reverse effect and only make crime worse. Besides, tough-on-crime policies are (supposedly) systemically racist, so they can’t be supported.

Let’s not forget firearms are used to defend and save lives in this country every single day. A 2013 CDC (Centers for Disease Control) study found civilian defensive use of firearms outnumbered felonious use by a rate of 3 to 1, to the tune of 2.5 to 3 million uses per year. It is critical to note that not all the events involved the discharge of a firearm by the civilian. Often, the mere presenting or challenge to the criminal with a firearm was enough to stop the intended crime. It’s also important to realize this number ONLY includes persons who were not performing defensive duties as part of their employment such as law enforcement or security services.

In case you go looking this study on the CDC website, all references to it were removed in 2021 under pressure from the gun control community who labeled it “highly misleading” “out of context” and “misinformation”, just like all other information that refutes an extremist’s position.

Gun control is definitely not the answer to crime and violence, but we are being force-fed this propaganda as if it is the word of god. You and your family are being put in more physical danger every day by the same people who want to strip you of your right to defend yourself at home and in public. They are hoping that you won’t notice the game is rigged and the only choice you are being given is to support more gun control.

Remember, gun control does absolutely nothing to increase public safety and the answer to fix that shortcoming is always to implement more gun control.


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