U-Verify Report: Gun Control Is a Worldwide Failure

Filmed at the Oregon City waterfall just south of Portland, Waldemar Perez provides an excellent presentation using mainstream media articles to demonstrate why gun control does not work to protect public safety but instead increases violent crime as countries like Brazil and Panama are now easing gun restrictions in an effort to reduce their excessive violent crime that was exacerbated by strict rules over gun possession.  You have to admire Waldemar Perez for his choice to avoid the main purpose of the 2nd Amendment and address the ancillary, heavily over-emphasized and grossly inaccurate claims about guns and public safety.

Step by step, Perez essentially obliterates the rationale behind recent Oregon State petitions for a legislative ban on so-called ‘assault weapons’.  In addition, he makes it very easy for citizens to do their own research (U-Verify) and come to their own conclusions about this issue.  Perez will be a regular on The Portland Feed.

Here are the links he refers to in his presentation.

Despite Heightened Fear Of School Shootings, It’s Not A Growing Epidemic

School shootings are extraordinarily rare. Why is fear of them driving policy?

I used to think gun control was the answer. My research told me otherwise.

Overwhelming Majority of Studies Find That Gun Control Policies Don’t Work

Firearm Violence, 1993-2011

The Assault Weapon Myth

Nearly One Million New Yorkers Didn’t Register Their ‘Assault Weapons’

Connecticut Gun Owners Fail to Register; Officials Push “Amnesty”

Firearms, crime, and criminal justice Guns Used in Crime

National Academy of Science

PRIORITIES FOR RESEARCH TO REDUCE THE THREAT OF FIREARM-RELATED VIOLENCE

The Facts That Neither Side Wants To Admit About Gun Control

The Swiss Have Liberal Gun Laws, Too

Brazil Has Nearly 60,000 Murders, And It May Relax Gun Laws

Mexicans have the right to own guns, but few do

Panama Lifts Ban on Gun Imports amid Rising Crime Wave

Gun Control – A Warning From Australia

London murder rate beats New York as stabbings surge

London’s Mayor Declares Intense New ‘Knife Control’ Policies To Stop Epidemic Of Stabbings

Canada’s Worst Mass Killing in 30 Years Proves Lunatics Who Want to Kill People—Don’t Need Guns

China: Knife attacker kills 7 children, wounds 12

33 Dead, 130 Injured in China Knife-Wielding Spree

The Color of Gun Crime in America’s Big Cities

Murder Rate for Black Americans Is Four Times the National Average

Chicago crime rate drops as concealed carry applications surge

Media silent as Concealed carrier takes down black shooter at South Carolina nightclub

Uber driver, licensed to carry gun, shoots gunman in Logan Square

‘Good Samaritan’ Kills Active Shooter in Texas Sports Bar: Police

Attempted armed robber shot by church security guard in West Garfield Park

Ocala, Florida School shooting: School resource officer praised for quick actions

Gunman at Maryland high school dies after armed school officer intervenes; 2 others injured

BREAKING: SCHOOL SHOOTING – WAS STOPPED BY ARMED GUARD.

Newtown Shootings: A Caution About Violence and SSRIs

Every mass shooting over last 20 years has one thing in common… and it’s not guns

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