Anonymous 02/17/2018 (Sat) 14:14:57 No.15423 del
>It was the constitution that granted us individual freedoms
Only the individual can grant themselves individual freedom, if you believe text on paper is the leading factor in your individual freedom then you aren't free because without that individually-freeing piece of paper, it seems you believe that you wouldn't be free. If you rely on that piece of paper to hold your freedom, then doesn't that make you a slave to the piece of paper? All dogma is enslaving.

>this country
I'm not American, so perhaps my lack of faith in the constitution is guided by that, though I like to believe I look into it deeper than that.

>Criminals will kill when they want to, with or without guns
We agree on gun control.

>when the FBI actually does detect a psycho
I'm pretty sure the FBI is well-aware of the psychos, but I feel like they'd rather keep them at arm's length until some cover-up is necessary. I'm sure if we looked deep enough into this shooting, we'd find ties to some kind of conspiracy; my intuition has been spiking off at it recently, whether it be a cover-up, or simply an organised example, I think the government has more interest in taking power from the people than it does in protecting them.

We live in a dystopian society and nobody seems to notice or care, it's fucking terrible.