I do not mean to sound insensitive, but this tragedy is yet another clear example of the insanity which now dominates our society. I just hope you will recognize the satire in this post. It is used intentionally to make what is a very important point.
THE CHARLESTON SHOOTING DID NOT HAPPEN! It couldn’t have happened. We know this because the news is reporting the ‘alleged’ shooter violated gun control laws and, as we all know, once we make something illegal, people can no longer do that action. So, if the Charleston shooting actually happened, it means laws do not control human behavior. And if laws do not control the human heart, that would mean passing more laws would be insane — and we know we are not insane. Therefore, because we know that laws are the only thing that keep people from killing everyone around them, we know the Charleston shooting must be a lie. (continued…)
Once again, I pray you will see and understand the point. If you do, then do not ‘oh, well’ it and allow yourself to go along with those who will use this tragedy to call for more insanity. In this case, that insanity would be demanding more gun control laws. They do not work. They never will. In fact, in this case, the news is now suggesting that GUN CONTROL LAWS MAY HAVE FACILITATED THIS TRAGEDY!
That’s right. The shooter was not legally eligible to purchase a weapon, but it appears that is exactly what he did. He even went through the background check and was still allowed to buy the weapon he used. As with most government programs, this is clear evidence that they do not work.
Second, it is being reported that the shooter’s roommate actually took his weapon away, but gave it back because he was afraid of being put back in jail for violating gun control laws. Because the roommate was not legally eligible to own or possess a weapon, he gave it back to the shooter, who eventually used it.
In both cases, gun control either failed to stop or actually enabled the shooter. Maybe if society would focus more on God and His moral law and less on government and man’s law, we might actually make progress with matters of the human heart.