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How the Korean Merchants survived the L.A Riots


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Gotta love the Koreans.

Turns out thay may be the best Americans of all!

Obviously THEY believe in the 2nd Amendment.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

"The Riots" - caused by the Media

I lived through "the riots" and it was freakish. I went to work that day, through the Washington Boulevard and La Cienega areas as the whole thing heated up.

I heard that a very few idiots were starting fires, throwing molotov cocktails at corner businesses from cars. The looters "rescued" stuff from burning buildings. The news helicopters hovered overhead looking at the flames and fanning them, at least figuratively.

The news idiots just loved the flames so much that they would not leave one fire until they saw another one start on the next block. Then they would go and look at it. It never occurred to them to get video of the very few serial arsonists actually just a block ahead.

One of my coworkers had just had her baby, and when our employer sent us home (closed the next day, too), I stopped to pick up some milk for her, which meant I went a different way, missing some excitement on La Brea.

I did see guys on the roof of one corner business, armed. Their building was saved. Huell Howser (PBS) got together some of his neighbors and they defended their corner retailers, successfully. Arsonists are cowards; it doesn't take much resistance.

I heard, next day, that some looters were told (by wives or mothers) to "take the stuff back." Note that the "official" government response was to "stay home and lock your door" leaving the streets to those who, shall we say, lacked self control.

If this ever happens in your town, everyone needs to get their neighbors to park their chairs on the lawns and porches and on the main streets, and sit in them, not hide in the dark.

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The Reason For More Rounds or Power

The main reason to have more rounds or power, is because that's what you face. Obviously, if the shooter(s) have those weapons, you need them, too. Pretty simple, really.

If there were a military coup in this country, we'd need tanks.

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"A free people can only afford to make this mistake once!"

Gun Control: "A free people can only afford to make this mistake once!" 5 minute film reel. No matter what you believe, please here this clear & concise account. Submitted by Mark Twain on Mon, 02/11/2013

Time :: Legislative Public Hearing Hartford, Connecticut
2:30 "Had the Koreans not had, in the [Los Angeles, California - Rodney King] LA riots, A4-14s & AK-47s w/ 30 round magazines, & [German] Ruger 30s, their businesses would have been burned to the ground like all the other businesses in their neighborhoods. Their's stood because they stood their ground." [Time Limit Bell chimes]

2:55 "Had the 10 thousand students at Tiananmen Square [China]] not been unarmed... things may not have resulted in so many of them disappearing." [Time Limit Bell chimes]

4:20 [Time Limit Bell chimes] .

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Because they are Koreans and

Because they are Koreans and they know first hand what war is like and they don't take any shit. I love Koreans. I am an ex-Korean linguist. I know the culture quite well. Koreans are some of the best most respectful people on this planet. Don't fuck with their property and they won't fuck with you. They lived through enough tyranny from the Japanese, they don't need any more from a bunch of hooligans.

They Survived With Automatic Weapons on The Roof Tops Of

their businesses.

They were not fooling around..

We could learn alot from these people...Believe me!

Please see the testimony I posted moments ago about Koreans.

The Koreans guarding their store during the [Los Angeles, California] LA riots from the roof top was given in Legislative testimony, Hartford Connecticutm Jan 2013. Time is from approximately 2:30 ~ 3:00 minute:second marks, w/ short description.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul