How To Defend Free Speech: The Paris Terror Attacks

Urban Gun Enthusiast Mr. Colion Noir talks about the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, France.

On a side note, this is vintage Noir; hard-hitting, no nonsense, delivering an in-your-face reality check for anti-gunners.

About the author: S.H. Blannelberry is the News Editor of GunsAmerica.

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  • Bob January 20, 2015, 1:19 pm

    The second amendment is the keystone that supports all other rights. Take it away and you are no longer a citizen, you are a subject. Subject to the whims of the few that claim dictatorship. Chew on that.

  • Russ January 19, 2015, 10:44 pm

    Thanks S.H. BLANNELBERRY, for putting up Mr. Colion Noir’s common sense reasoning for others to see.

  • Max Hoyle January 19, 2015, 1:01 pm

    A great monologue I agree 100%, the French are just 2nd class Germans!

  • San January 19, 2015, 10:37 am

    A better way to defend European values like freedom of speech is to stop colonizing Europe and European founded Nations with non-Europeans who have different cultural values and different temperaments.

    • petru sova January 19, 2015, 1:45 pm

      Spoken like a true Nazi Racist with little or no education. Its this type of thinking that led to Nazi gas chambers. I see it is still alive and well with you. The men who committed these horrendous murders were suicidal maniacs in search of a cause to die for because they had no stake in the society they were born in. Notice I said “were born in”. They were not invaders from the terrorist cells of a foreign country. When young people have no job skills and are even limited through right wing discrimination from even living in certain sections of France a tremendous amount of hate and despair is born. When you couple this with carrying the right of free speech too far by insulting another persons religion you have created a powder keg ready to explode. Just as it is illegal to yell “fire” in a movie theater when there is no fire which results in a stampede with people being trampled so too its also going too far in free speech when insults result in innocent people being murdered by depraved maniacs in search of a cause to commit suicide.

      If you had bothered to watch French24 news you would have seen thousands of Moslems holding signs that said “I am Charlie” signifying that they did not condone murder in any way even though they were offended at the insults to their religion

      By the way in Bulgaria you can by newly manufactured full auto weapons with the proper paperwork something illegal in the United States since the Reagan administration outlawed the sale of them to the proletariat. Congressmen and Senators are of course exempt just like it is in most foreign dictatorships which exempt the “power elite”.

      • William Yarbrough January 19, 2015, 3:44 pm

        Have it your way, petru. Remember, when evil appears, the cops are only minutes away.

      • Russ January 19, 2015, 10:35 pm

        Your a twisted and confused MF, calling San a “Nazi Racist”
        Making cartoons or saying derogatory things doesn’t cause panic. Pull your head out.
        Sounds to me like San notices, and doesn’t like to see Muslims taking over Europe. That’s all.
        I have an idea for you.
        Go rent the movie; “Team America”.
        You will love it. Tons of funny ass characters using freedom of speech in it.
        I’d like to be there to see your head blow up when you see them explaining; Dicks-Pussys & Assholes.
        petru sova, you land in the “pussys” category. (I’m guessing your a Muslim living in France) LOL!

  • Antonio Contreras January 19, 2015, 4:46 am

    Unfortunately, the idea that France is a gun-control utopia is false. Having live in France over 10 years, I can attest that there is a gun culture in France. While you can not own the same amount (not types, but amounts) of firearms as you do in the States, you can own the same types.
    In fact, ownership of suppressors if legal without any sort of permit in France. Chew on that.

    • John Venter January 19, 2015, 8:13 am


    • Alan January 19, 2015, 10:45 am

      Antonio, unfortunately your comments are not accurate.

      “In France, the right to private gun ownership is not guaranteed by law”

      They require a license. In order to get a weapon you must show that you “need” it. Then it is up to a bureaucrat to decide if that “need” is valid. Then, you are correct about this part, it is limited to 3 of the kind you are licensed for. Kind being .38 handgun, 9mm semi-auto handgun. You MUST have a license for each type of weapon. If you say you are a hunter they will question why you need a shotgun or handgun.

      There is strict gun control. The estimate is 19,000,000 guns both licit and illicit are in the whole country. 19 million. I think we could find that amount just in NYC.

  • andy January 15, 2015, 4:15 pm

    URBAN gun enthusiast? wtf

    • Russ January 22, 2015, 12:16 pm

      LOL! <————–thanks andy, i really am.

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