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Drug Testing To Buy Guns vs. The Reapers

Drug Testing To Buy Guns vs. The Reapers



I just got back from the NRA, and I will share the same to you as I did with them.


 The Following below is a FBI Report of gun crimes in America.


 Gun Rights vs. Crime In America


 The Reapers / a F.A.S.C. Concepts , byMassingale News release


December 26,2011


I offer a legal help, a option, to Drug Test People before they buy a Gun. The new testing of the swab to the mouth is pain less and on the money for stopping gun crimes, by junkies.
 You see Guns and Drugs, a issue our Government Covers up because of the sale of Oxy Heroin. I have labeled these heroin users as, "The Reapers / byMassingale", a Internet catch. Some of the most terrible crimes committed by heroin users as this drug molds people into that of which they are not.
 My Name is Henry Massingale Founder and Director of the International Boycott Of The Arabic Drug Empire.
 As most people do not know, 75% of the gun crimes are committed by drug offenders.
 So bring this into the fight for the NRA and the world will look at you all different.


  Data summary


Gun crime in the US, 2010

We Have the Right

I am a new member to this fine organization and much of the subject matter is deserving of well thought out discussion and also insight from so many that may be wary of publishing their opinion on a given subject. I have been making posts and comments as I am able.

The Second Amendment is truly near and dear to my heart. I believe our legislators instituted this amendment to ensure the government would not be able to simply run over its constituents and that Americans may protect their homes, families, and property. Throughout history we see cases where a nation disarmed becomes a weaker and even less safe nation. I will not post them here, but all should have a look at crime statistics here in the US as well as abroad after private gun ownership is banned. We as a people have the right to defend ourselves.

I look forward to encouragement and debate over this issue.

 

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