Deport me? If America won’t change its crazy gun laws… I may deport myself says Piers Morgan
I have fired guns only once in my life, on a stag party to the Czech capital Prague a few years ago when part of the itinerary included a trip to an indoor shooting range. For three hours, our group were let loose on everything from Magnum 45 handguns and Glock pistols, to high-powered ‘sniper’ rifles and pump-action shotguns.
It was controlled, legal, safe and undeniably exciting. But it also showed me, quite demonstrably, that guns are killing machines.
Deport me? If America won’t change its crazy gun laws… I may deport myself says Piers Morgan | Mail Online
Piers was fired for framing the UK military. He belongs in a UK jail, and is not mentally stable enough to be handling weapons.
Hope Peirs brings a few friends with him when he takes of to places unknown because we know the people in the UK do not want him either.
Omamao is not going to deport useful idiots.
wow, I massacred that one.
Reblogged this on Climate Ponderings.
oh noes: a whole in my collection.
anyone know where i can find a magnum 45?
As a last resort, I’m confident Peter Gleick could forge one for ya’…
45 Winchester Magnum or 454 Casul
Take your pick!
a whole hole at that…
oh well, you can’t expect an ignernt gun toting redneck to speel things write.
At the end of the day Piers Morgan has blacken are soldiers who dealing with shit abroad he’s sick bastard and should be done for treason and jailed for life NASA NOAA IPCC and the met office for support global warming crap the heat they feel is the shit they come off with and someone should put a reward who can tie up Hansen and that but job bill and the rest drop them in middle Antarctic say here guys way and freeze your balls and don’t come back
Steve, I’m in the UK so know little about US gun laws and offer no comment about the issue, however some background to your allegation – franlky risible, that Morgan is a UK fraudster and traitor.
He was editor of the UK red-top ‘paper’ The Daily Mirror (a low rent, left-leaning rag) during the second Gulf War. He ran by far the most iconic newspaper / media headline of the entire war. Playing on the US military operation ‘Shock and Awe’, Morgan responded to the missiles raining down onto Baghdad with the headline ‘Shocking and Awful’. To this day in the UK it would easily be head and shoulders the most remembered headline of that almost certainly illegal war.
He was fired for it. The only other person to lose his job over that war was a BBC journalist, Andrew Gillligan, who also made a nuisance of himself, embarrassing the ‘authorities’. (They don’t like that do they?) . Both he and Morgan – who I’m no big fan of, have since been entirely vindicated with their respective journalsitic positions taken during Gulf War 2.
None of the politicians who took the US and UK into the war based on the non-existent ‘threat’ of weapons of mass destruction have been held to account. How ironic that only journalists with the courage to expose and critique paid with their jobs.
You may be well advised to bear that in mind given your tireless and undeniably brilliant work exposing the utter scam that is ‘man made global warming’. Your running with the sceptical view is entirely in keeping with the postions taken by both Morgan and Gilligan in their exposes of the second Gulf War.
Regards, and please keep up your brilliant work on exposing the AGW scam.
Wasn’t Piers Moron also involved in some kind of dodgy articling to prop up some shares?
Then there’s the matter of chinless Assad dropping the gas – which was supposed to not exist so that Saddam wouldn’t have spirited it out of the country into Syria – on his own people just last week.
Did you (or Pierce for that matter) factor that into your analysis?
Morgan was fired for creating and publishing fake pictures of UK troops abusing Iraqis.
Getting everyone to focus on the point you are making, these days, is like trying to teach a class of inner-city gang members — their “culture”, such as it is, is at odds with any rational point you would make. That said, I doubt the efficacy of focusing on Piers Morgan, when Obama himself deliberately and doggedly lied to the American people to mislead them from recognizing the planned terrorist attack in Benghazi — which killed our Ambassador, and three other Americans — and is thus himself a traitor (along with all those, like Hillary Clinton, who aided and abetted him). You already have one guy on here defending Morgan, using the Left’s “talking points” on the Iraqi war, so we know such treason (Obama’s or Morgan’s) is like water off the back of a duck to the Insane Left (i.e. “liberals” deluded by false dogma masqueraded as truth). In larger terms, with the present ideological divisions, no one can speak to both sides at once, because one or the other turns you off at its ideological convenience.
And that’s the Game they are playing.
As usual harrydhuffman gives a concise analysis of the situation with examples and insight . I enjoy reading your thoughts harry .
Morgan is an odious turd of the first order. He tends to have a far higher opinion of his intellect and importance than reality supports. God knows how or why he keeps on getting the jobs he does in TV – we keep fluching but he still floats to the surface every time. I’m not surprised he feels himself important enough to comment on something he knows little about.
He was fired / resigned from being editor of the Mirror for publishing pictures of UK soldiers abusing Iraqi detainees – I’m not sure he was involved in the creation of them though, but he failed basic journalism by not checking.
He also narrowly avoided being charged over the “City Slickers” affair omnologos refers to. Basically the paper ran an investment column for readers recommending shares and stocks. They recommended Viglen, a UK PC maker which has since gone bust, and the shares soared. The reporter and an editor made money on it but were charged with insider dealing – one went to prison. Mr Morgan also made money on the deal but wasn’t charged – many believe he should have been. There were also allegations about other deals too but nothing came of them.
He has also been criticised in the recent phone hacking enquiries for the “lack of credibility” on his evidence (i.e. that it is bullsh|t) that he knew nothing about it. Several people have stated under oath to the enquiry that not only did he know about it he showed them how to do it – and even boasted about doing it to one of victims. He even describes how to do it in his “memoirs” but these days says he doesn’t know how. His legacy lives on though as Trinity Mirror are also facing court battles by people who were hacked when Morgan was there.
I would remind you that “weapons of mass destruction” specifically included chemical ones, as Gen. Colin Powell discussed in his report to the U.N. just before the war — and Hussein used such against his own people, and now we see them prominently in the news in the Syrian revolution. So it’s not like they don’t exist, quite the contrary, and we knew Hussein had them as you and everyone must admit Assad of Syria has them now. (And I was not in favor of the Iraq war either, but only because it didn’t address the real threat, of a growing, cancerous jihadist terrorist war against the West, and against Jews and Christians — it did not come to grips with the loathsome Islamic dogma of hate and violent suppression of “unbelievers”.) You can’t win the war if you refuse to recognize your enemy, or mistake your friends for such (I’m talking to you, conservatives who refused to vote for Romney, with that last point).
I can’t agree with you more.
i do recognize the enemy harry . I include Mr. Romney on the list as he would be just another puppet of the banking industry that has been raping this country for 100 years as of 2013 . If the American people lack the will to eliminate the federal reserve ( it ain’t federal and there is no reserve ) the rape will continue .
No one is without faults John. So it comes down to the lesser of two evils. By single-issuing Romney, we as a nation have chosen the greater evil. I think that was Harry’s point. Our Supreme Court will be completely owned by the extreme left in Obama’s second term. Quite a price to pay for nitpicking over Romney’s supposed support of the banking industry which will continue to do just fine for themselves, with or without Romney as president.
“…almost certainly illegal war.”
under what statute?
“Illegal war” = “War I’m not in favor of”
One can only hope…
He left himself an out with the may. He has no intentions of going anywhere. He follows the $.
Got to love them weasel words. Eh!
“…But it also showed me, quite demonstrably, that guns are killing machines.”
What a dork, This guy was a middle aged “man” when he realized that guns are lethal?
Where will he go ? The UK don’t want him.
Oh Crap – he’ll probably head to that other UK based society where I live.
Hey, Piers – Canada looks bloody good to me – besides David Viner already achieved his goal of no white christmas here in Aus – stick to Canada.
@Rosco: “stick to Canada.”
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We don’t want him here either!
What a country the USA is, a large country with small minded scared to death morons who are so scared to death of their own shadows that they have to resort to stockpiling guns and ammunition.
You forgot in your rush to demise Piers for his forthright honesty what he went on to say in the article that he wrote. So I shall remind all you gun nuts in America what he honestly told you seeing that your incapable of seeing sense.
Each year, on average, 100,000 Americans are shot with a gun. Of these, over 31,000 are fatalities, 11,000 of them murders and 18,000 suicides. More than a million people have been killed with guns in America since 1968 when Dr Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy were assassinated.
The US firearm murder rate is 19.5 times higher than the 22 next most populous, high-income countries in the world. And a staggering 80 per cent of firearm deaths in the combined 23 countries occur in America.
What part of your gun laws are killing you all don’t you get??? Answers on a postage stamp please, because with the mentality of you people I would imagine you all will be scratching your heads in bewilderment and a postage stamp will be just right with all 300 million answers that will be ignored.
And if any of you dorks think that by stockpiling guns will somehow stop some kind of tyranny from happening it just goes to show that none of you know the mindset of your country’s armed forces that would squash you all like little bugs no matter how many weapons you have
@gwlear: What country do you live in? Does your country have an urban gang problem like the U.S. does?
It is illegal for the US armed forces to take action against US citizens, People like you grow up to be mindless Nazis.
Your statistics are complete bullshit. The murder rate in the US is about 3X the UK and most of that is illegal guns belonging to gangs.
Countless numbers of crimes are avoided because criminals are afraid to enter an armed house. We have very low property crime and assault rates in most of the US.
Your inability to see the other side of the debate was what makes you a complete moron, full of incorrect statistics arrogance and stupidity.
“What a country the USA is, a large country with small minded scared to death morons who are so scared to death of their own shadows that they have to resort to stockpiling guns and ammunition.” – GW
Irrespective of you personal opinion on private ownership of weapons, which you appear to dislike, this statement above is nonsensical. It’s you that’s scared of your own shadow. You’re petrified by the thought that your fellow law abiding citizen can possess a gun. You’re scared that you may just be randomly killed by someone with a gun highly unlikely. It’s not an act of bravery to surrender your right to self defense to some overarching authority. It’s cowardly.
Some of your stats are also suspect due to lack any kind of context. I want to see a list of the “the 22 next most populous, high-income countries in the world” (Most populace and high income?) I want to look up their respective murder rates et al.
“What part of your gun laws are killing you all don’t you get???”
You simple mindedly presume that America’s “gun laws” are uniform throughout the nation. They’re not. In fact the areas with the strictest “gun laws” typically have the highest rates of gun related crime.
It’s funny that you suggest that an armed populace could not thwart a military when you sound like the type of person that would be a big fan of the Mujahadeen.
We should deport Hollywood with him http://youtu.be/hxRlpRcorEU
“For three hours, our group were let loose on everything from Magnum 45 handguns and Glock pistols, to high-powered ‘sniper’ rifles and pump-action shotguns.
It was controlled, legal, safe and undeniably exciting.”
That’s a fairly accurate description of a typical day at a local abandoned quarry with my friends.