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For your information. How parents protect their children in the U.S.
Questions about self-defense have been raised after the British government kidnapped and starved a couple’s son to death and a case in America shows things could’ve played out different had Brits been armed.
May 1, 2018 by Matt Agorist
As the tragic story of baby Alfie begins fading from headlines, it is important to point out what allowed this situation to unfold like it did. Guns. Before throwing your arms in the air and screaming out, “how the hell does this child’s death have anything to do with guns?” consider the following truth: The majority of the United Kingdom is unarmed, leaving most guns in the hands of criminals and government. When only government has guns, they can make decisions—like kidnapping a baby and starving him to death—without fear of recourse from the citizens, or even the family.
Officials in the UK sentenced baby Alfie to death this year when…
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