Taliban – You Don’t Need Weapons For Personal Protection

As the Taliban consolidate their power in Kabul, Afghanistan, they have started going door to door collecting weapons from private citizens.

From Reuters:

Taliban fighters in the Afghan capital, Kabul, started collecting weapons from civilians on Monday because people no longer need them for personal protection, a Taliban official said.

“We understand people kept weapons for personal safety. They can now feel safe. We are not here to harm innocent civilians,” the official told Reuters.

The Taliban also believe in a strict interpretation of Muslim law including women should not leave their homes unless accompanied by a male relative and to be fully covered in a burqa. There are numerous stories of how they have killed or beaten innocent women as they moved back to power.

This leads me to ponder on the the conundrum facing American gun prohibitionists like Everytown, Moms Demand Action, Giffords, and the Brady Campaign. On the one hand you have a group that brutally subjugates women like it was the 7th Century. On the other hand, they want to ban the private possession of firearms saying, in essence, the state will protect you.

Choices are tough.

3 thoughts on “Taliban – You Don’t Need Weapons For Personal Protection”

  1. If 7th century goat-fuckers can take over a whole country in less than 2 weeks with small arms after the US Military abandoned it, imagine a few million well armed and equipped intelligent US Patriots repelling those trying to go full blown commie here at home, where the military is NOT deployed and ready to fight?

    It could be over quite quickly. Then…

    …we need to go full Taliban on them commies. Brutality exercised with extreme malice on them and every member of their families.

    Better spin up those F-15’s and ready the nukes (p)Resident Gropey Joe The Chinese Sock Puppet, yer gonna need `em!

  2. So, what is muslim gibberish for Kristallnacht? Asking for MaligNancy, so she can add that to her demands of the Tallyban.

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