Daniel Greenfield discusses much-needed knife control, etc.:
Only when guns, knives and glass bottles are banned, we’ll be safe.
Nobody needs an AR-15. Or a handgun. Or a kitchen knife.
“Historically, we needed a point on the end of our knife to pick up food because forks weren’t invented,” a letter from the Church of England in the Diocese of Rochester reads.
Knives with points on them it explains are no longer needed in this modern fork-filled era.
“Research demonstrates kitchen knives are used in a large percentage of homicides due to their availability and lethal nature,” it warns.
A University of London researcher explained that pointed knives are obsolete and we don’t need them. Like straws, plastic bags and cars. Not to mention single family homes, trains, cows and freedom.
Once knives with points on them are banned, then the United Kingdom will finally be safe. Unless someone figures out how to somehow put a point on the new round-ended stab-proof knives.
Kitchen knives with rounded edges are being described as “stab-proof”. Rayware, the manufacturer, has touted its kitchen knives as being so impotent and useless that they won’t even puncture a balloon.
But give your average convict 5 minutes with them and they’ll soon be nice and stabby.
Kitchen knives are being banned in the UK under the Offensive Weapons Act 2019. The OWA reads like an NRA parody. It authorizes stop and frisk for corrosive substances in a futile bid to prevent acid attacks. Knife crime prevention orders will force teens to stop using social media or face jail time.
It bans the sale of kitchen knives, bread knives, garden shears, carpenter’s adzes and, scissors to anyone under 18. You can no longer order kitchen knives delivered to your home and many major UK retailers, like Tesco, no longer carry knives. A shopper went into a store, browsed the kitchen aisle, asked for knives and was told that they no longer sell any knives, including fork, spoon and knife cutlery sets.
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