Male Model Fabio to Americans: ‘Don’t ever give up your guns’

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Male model Fabio has a message for Americans: “Don’t ever give up your guns.”

The 58-year-old Italian-American spoke to LifeZette about the decline of America.

“The current division in the country only makes politicians stronger. When people are divided, the politicians can do whatever. When people are united, that’s a dangerous thing,” Fabio observed.

Fabio talked about when he first came to America. “It was like a beautiful dream. It was like paradise. I fell in love with this country.”

Now, though, things are different, according to Fabio. He pointed to Los Angeles, saying “It’s a disaster. It’s an epidemic. I’ve been around the world. I’ve been to Africa. Everywhere. Downtown Los Angeles now looks like a third-world country.”

Fabio said that liberal, European-style leadership is the root of the problem. The progressive movement has enacted ordinances like CA Prop. 57, which resulted in a reduction in sentencing for “human trafficking involving sex with minors, assault with a deadly weapon, attempting to explode a bomb in a school or hospital, discharging a firearm on school guards, failing to register as a sex offender … the list goes on and on and on.”

The long-haired sage went on to offer this advice, “Just look at Europe and go the opposite way. It’s as simple as that. Europe already jumped off the cliff. They are doomed.”

“Don’t you ever give up your guns,” Fabio continued. “If people lose that right, forget about it. Politicians — they will take everything away from you. And then what are you going to do, protest with a rock? Because that’s what they do in Europe.”

{ 13 comments… add one }
  • skipNclair May 12, 2017, 11:32 pm

    A real man would never think of giving up his guns, and a real woman would not think of asking him to do so.

  • LJ May 12, 2017, 8:18 pm

    I used to laugh at that guy, especially when he got hit in the face with that goose while riding a rollercoaster, but I’ll have to say – I have a new found respect for him now. Thanks Fabio!

  • Wade May 12, 2017, 5:01 pm

    I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S NOT A GLOCK!!!
    I have never been fond of Mr. Fabio. ..
    but he’s as good as Steve Lee in my book now.

  • Mike Watkins May 12, 2017, 2:29 pm

    Hmmm. Wonder if I might have been guilty of misjudging Mr. Fabio. LOL.

    He is definitely correct in his assessments.

  • Michael broadhead May 12, 2017, 1:12 pm

    They gave that same speech to the indians well take your guns you don’t need them we will take care of you

  • Flep Vandergaard May 12, 2017, 11:00 am

    Never in my life did I believe that I would say this: I AM A FAN OF FABIO. I too have travelled extensively, lived in foreign lands, and I must admit, Fabio is DEAD NUTS RIGHT. When my wife goes grocery shopping Sunday, the list will now say “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter”!

  • Gary May 12, 2017, 9:37 am

    Amazing how it takes someone who did not grow up here to be able to look outside the box, see the problems America faces, and
    see that Europe is lost. There are at least three quotable short lines in here that I will use:
    “The current division in the country only makes politicians stronger. When people are divided, the politicians can do
    whatever. When people are united, that’s a dangerous thing,”
    How concise and to the point that is.
    “Just look at Europe and go the opposite way. It’s as simple as that. Europe already jumped off the cliff. They are doomed.”
    Americans, especially you people don’t seem to understand that. I’ve been to Europe 4 times, 2 times before the EU and 2 times after it was formed. EU countries have lost their identity, and the Moslems are taking it at will.
    The other obvious one is “Don’t give up your guns-the politicians will take everything from you”. The founding fathers understood that.
    Thanks Fabio !!
    GG

    • deanbob May 12, 2017, 10:17 am

      Take a new friend to the gun range, educate them, and show them the fun safe shooting can be. Eventually, they may come to understand the larger purpose for safely owning a firearm.

      • LJ May 12, 2017, 8:20 pm

        Very true!

  • John A Jameson May 12, 2017, 8:50 am

    If anything points out the fallacies of a progressive lifestyle, California surely does. I was told many years ago California will either sink into the Pacific or get sucked into the San Andreas fault. What should we expect from the state that brought us Pelosi and Feinstein?

  • SuperG May 9, 2017, 10:37 am

    Let’s not forget Richmond, Ca who pays criminals 120k/yr not to murder. The snowflakes have ruined California. Every time a ballot measure comes up to build new prisons, they vote it down. The California Bureau of Prisons is under federal order to reduce overcrowding, so they have no choice but to let criminals go early. All this means is that justice is a revolving door there, and is a criminal Disneyland. Some police departments have even stopped investigating auto-burglaries, as if they catch them, the CBP will only let them go since its a non-violent crime. Then the snowflakes make it harder, if not impossible, to defend themselves in public by denying them concealed carry permits. Basically, if you are not a cop or a criminal, you will be a victim. Becoming weak in the face of criminal intent only abets the criminal. If you have free thought and a family, you should flee that state.

    • Gary May 12, 2017, 9:42 am

      CA, unfortunately was once the place to go. Talk to someone who went there in the 40’s and 50’s and 60’s and succeeded with business, family, etc. —All of the things that California now fails at. What a shame. All you have to do is look at their governor, their senators, etc. to get a taste of where they have gone. And don’t get me started on these stupid sanctuary (law breaking) cities.
      GG

      • JS May 12, 2017, 11:11 am

        So true, a high school friend of mine went there with only a HS diploma in the early 60’s and came back to Illinois in the 80’s quite well off. He sold his house in California for enough to buy a large tract of land and an older rural house and had lots of money left to build it into a productive farm. Those days are gone now though.

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