Abolition of the carrying of weapons in the United States

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The debate around the carry of weapons has become an important subject in The United States. Lots of people are disagreeing with the decision of its abolition but please take the time to read my arguments. First of all, I have some questions: should my children be scared of going to school after seeing the traumatic examples of schools shooting? why are innocent people killed every day? What pushes and convinces us to get a gun?
Let’s not forget, we have the police, the military by our side. These people are here to protect us, to enforce respect, to arrest criminals. It’s their job, not ours. And their aim isn’t to kill people because of their behavior but to arrest them and to enforce justice fairly to their crimes. We are not monsters; we are not murderers. We don’t need to kill people to make things change and the uses of arms must be in exceptional cases.
Written in 1791, as the United States emerged from its war of independence, the Bill of Rights was never changed.
However, The Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act (Pub.L. 103–159, 107 Stat. 1536, enacted November 30, 1993), often referred to as the Brady Act or the Brady Bill, is an Act of the United States Congress that mandated federal background checks on firearm purchasers in the United States, and imposed a five-day waiting period on purchases, until the NCIC system was implemented in 1998. But everyone here knows that many pass through the cracks of this law.
No one should have the right of life or death on anyone. Is your goal to establish peace or violence? Let me remind you of something with a quote which I personally admire from Martin Luther King: "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity." I am using it to beg you to be responsible, to be reasoned and to be clever. We can’t be sure about the psychology stability of each person. Moreover, the lack of civism is really present here. Is it normal that people feel insecure? almost 70% of murders are committed with firearms. I sincerely still cannot understand why this law is still in force. The reasons for its removal are so obvious.
Moreover, adequacy between humans and weapons is impossible. There is just one simple button to push and it’s done. A human with a weapon will want to use it whatever the reason. So please help me, help us transform violence into peace. I need you to sign this petition, I need a minimum of 4 million signatures, it is the first step of a long struggle against the weapons carrying!! The goal is to do a class action in order to abolish this law. The more people share this petition with the hashtag #beresponsible the more we will be advancing the goal. Let’s make this work. Together we can!!