Why is it so hard to get a legal gun in South-Africa?
We have a communist government, dont forget the goal of the communists.
"A system of licensing and registration is the perfect device to deny gun ownership to the bourgeoisie." - Lenin
That being said, i currently own 3 guns, and want to get another but don't know what.
>Why is it so hard to get a legal gun in South-Africa?
Its not you fucking poes.
No, we have a Neo-liberal government
>cant even into political theory
I inherited a S101 in 2007, it was my first gun and that took ~6 months - to be fair it was back when every man and his dog was trying to get something licensed.
I bought my CZ75 back in 2011 in that took just under 3.
At the moment (anecdotally) its pretty hit or miss;
Mate of mine just bought a Glawk and he got everything sorted in under a month, while my brothers Rem 870 took 5... both had prior licences.
Call it what you want, but most anc parlimentaries are communists, just look at the notable members at the bottom. Watch communism grow within the next 4 years.
>Watch communism grow within the next 4 years.
Pick one. If it has a stamp of "communism" on it and it does not allow you to arm yourself it isn't communism at all.
Does this look like fucking Europe, the eff will continue to grow, the reason the new gun laws where brought in has nothing to do with crime, its just a way to disarm civilians. Communism isnt no guns, its just no guns for civilians, they want us unarmed.
the new gun laws are just a by-product of our inept government. The only agenda here is to "look like we're doing something"
Look at every other thing they've laid their hands on. Just gone downhill.
Toppest of Keks bugger, first off, the EFF are simply Ultra-Nationalist Pan Africanists.... they are more nazi than communist
Gun laws had nothing to do with disarming us, since you know... you can still quite easily get guns
SA bros, do any of you know if it's possible for a burgerclap to get a hold of one of your fine Vektor LM4/5s?
Also Afrikaans is one of the weirdest languages I've ever heard. I wanna learn it.
Learn Dutch, it's more useful and you'll be able to understand Afrikaans since it's pretty much just dumbed down Dutch.
Afrikaans is easier, but there are more than twice as many native Dutch speakers making it easier to find entertainment and native speakers.
It all kind of boils down to what his goals are. If he's going to travel through Europe Dutch would be much more useful and vice versa. Neither languages should be hard to learn for a native English speaker.
Tell me, do you know any language such as Dutch or German?
From personal experience with Japanese and German, the languages itself is a lot more complex than Afrikaans will ever be.
Afrikaans is an easy language, but if you rarely get to practice and use it, you may be better off learning a slightly more complex language. Learning Afrikaans may make it easier for you to understand Dutch and German though.
>all these niggers wanting to learn afrikaans
>be English South African master-race
>proficient in Afrikaans
>Refuse to speak Afrikaans
>If dealing with Afrikaaner, pretend I cant speak it
Your days are over boer, learn the kings.
Probably, since you don't have to deal with bullshit like 't kofschip and de/het ("the", which is just "die" in Afrikaans). Pick the one you're most motivated to learn, since if you know one of them, the other one won't be hard to learn after you've reached a decent level of fluency.
>A system of licensing and registration is the perfect device to deny gun ownership to the bourgeoisie
Looked up that quote. Depending on who is using it to attack an ideology, it is said by someone completely different. People also use it as a Hitler quote. It is generally believed to be made up.