Quote of the day—Tiffany Troia @TiffanyTroia

We should just take away all guns. It works for other countries. Cuts down senseless deaths by a huge margin. Guns are an offensive weapon, not a defensive one. That’s just basic logic and it’s sad that you lack it.

Tiffany Troia @TiffanyTroia
Tweeted on April 3, 2022
[I wonder what color the sky is in her world.

If it were true here we would have an answer to Just One Question.

Oh! She is an artist. That explains why she isn’t in touch with the real world.—Joe]


8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Tiffany Troia @TiffanyTroia

  1. It seems to me that attitude is from someone who only lives in a safe environment. She should be asked how safe she would feel to get on a Sound Transit light rail or bus or to walk around at 3rd and Pine?

    • Probably has everything delivered to her Whidbey Island address?
      And never mixes with the untouchable caste at any rate.
      Until they start following her home.
      Which is going to be ironically wicked humor.

  2. Guns are an offensive weapon, particularly when wielded by a Marxist government against an unarmed or poorly armed populace. Ask the Ukrainian people how being disarmed would feel right now.

    • But you see, THOSE deaths are by her definition sensible deaths. The Marxist governments have deemed them sensible and necessary and proper for a “legitimate” government function.

  3. Tiffany is abviously an educated person. That stuff is being taught in all of our major institutions of learning against learning, in all the legacy media, and by the entertainment celebrities, by all national governments worldwide, by the United Nations, and in the Vatican.

    “We should just (do such and such)”. It is important to understand the depth and breadth of that kind of thinking, and where it leads. It is the declaration that “We” are in effect gods*, who may simply order something to be so, and it will be so, just as “We” imagined in our arrogant, presumptuous and covetous fantasies. It makes “Us” the ultimate arbiter of what is right and wrong*, without any higher authority than this royal “We”. And to do so is but a trifle, and a simple thing; “just” (do it). It’s the Nike slogan of course, and one of the mantras of our age.

    And if you’re not familiar with that term, “learning against learning”, you should be. It’s the operative motto in most of our institutions. Perhaps you should research it.

    * “For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.” — The serpent, Genesis 3:5

  4. I wonder what her definition of a defensive weapon is.

    To me, a defensive weapon is something I can use to defend myself. (And, as the saying goes, sometimes a good offense is the best defense.)

    • Biden and his minions don’t understand that either, in their selective support for arms to Ukraine.

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