Search For Posts


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape

Saturday, January 2, 2010


This is one rule I cannot decide until now whether to go with or contradict.

If I were to be asked really and if every single person will really follow (military and police excluded), I believe it is best to live harmoniously and go without these weapon of destruction. The problem is, when this Gun-Ban is made official (like this coming January here in our country for the upcoming presidential election), the law abiding citizens will follow, and the terrorists, murderers, kidnappers, or whoever illegal carriers will not, thus having the upper hand over others. We will be vulnerable to attack, no protection, no means to be defensive to offenders.

And so I ask, is martyrdom relevant in a chaotic world?

4 remarks:

Petula said...

I really think that it is a little backwards. It does leave the good folks vulnerable.

Janmah said...

mybe idea! better to have peace than to be right! heheh. have nice one jen..follow you here:)

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

happy new year..i hate gun..

Anonymous said...

why do you ask tough question like this huh? i guess if the govt of the day is giving out such a directive then they should be in a position to protect all the law abiding citizens. Sometimes it also pays to take some extra precautions even though the govt is saying that everything's been taken care of. in the meanwhile, happy new year

ss_blog_claim=5534534228c1408ecd364641fd2893aa ss_blog_claim=5534534228c1408ecd364641fd2893aa