When Cars Are Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Cars

Breitbart reports that after an attack in Stockholm, Aftonbladet, Sweden’s largest newspaper, has called for banning motor vehicles because they have “have turned into deadly weapons.”

They can have my VW when they pry the steering wheel from my cold, dead hands.

15 thoughts on “When Cars Are Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Cars


  1. Assault vehicles should be banned, at least. Especially high-capacity gas tanks… does anyone really need more than 10 gallons?


  2. I didn’t go over and read the article, but if this is what I think it is, it’s even stupider than it sounds. They want to ban cars from the shopping areas, but they will still allow delivery trucks. And of course the murder and mayhem was committed with … a delivery truck.


    • Maybe BS should run for office. Sounds like a similar level of “thinking” is involved.

      Yes, I know it’s been tried before but you can argue the electorate has been dumbed down more since then.


  3. typical proggie thinking, since they can’t (WONT) hold the type of person who does such things responsible, they go after what was used as a weapon.

    so law abiding people, again, have THEIR liberties curtailed in order to “stop” CRIMINALS from doing what they do. Which doesn’t work but then proggies dont care if their solutions work, only if their solutions make them feel better.

    SMDH


  4. Better yet, some government minister there is insisting they need to reduce the number of miles driven by men, as they drive more than women.

    The mind boggles…


  5. Oooohhh . . . a Volksperson! I’ll never give up my 2015 Jetta turbo. The 35 mpg is great, and the acceleration beats pretty much everything out there.


      • My first car in ’87 was an ’84 Rabbit. I loved that thing, but it was a bit of a lemon. We think the previous owner must have mucked with the odometer; Rabbits just don’t wear out their steering racks at 60K. I also had factory installed power steering (which was never an option on Rabbits) so the shop got to replace it a second time on their dime when the seal failed on the first replacement.

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