The attack in Paris, France perpetrated by Islamic terrorists has captured the attention of everyone worldwide. It’s a sign of things to come under the “forced” illegal alien invasion of Muslims by the governments of every nation, including the united States, under the direction of the United Nations by declaring these individuals “refugees.” While the attention is focused on Paris, an interesting event occurred Saturday, November 14, in Greensboro, North Carolina.
As Reported By The Weekly Standard:
Last year, the town of Greensboro experienced a 68 percent rise in “gun violence,” according to the Greensboro News and Record. In response, the town held an event where residents could sign a “Pledge of Nonviolence” and turn in “unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns and ammunition.” No compensation was offered to anyone who turned over their firearms to the Greensboro Police Department; however, the first one thousand people to “turn over” their arms to police received a small gift.
Speaking in an interview with WXII-TV, Deputy Police Chief James Hinson stated, “Violence is on the rise somewhat in our community. A lot of that violence is centered around handguns and aggravated assaults. And the ultimate goal is to reduce violence in our community so that our citizens can feel safe when they go out and just continue to improve the overall image of our city.”
Even if citizens did not have “firearms” to turn-in, residents were still encouraged to sign the …..
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