Talk:Gun Owners of South Africa

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Nice anti-white jab[edit]

>Its first meeting, under leader Charl van Wyk, was held in a Cape Town suburb, attended by 100, largely middle-aged white males. (Current article)

Is this really necessary? It seems that this criticism of a gun rights group in South Africa was used as an opportunity to be blatantly anti-white. I've read GOSA's Website, and there was nothing in it to suggest that them wanting to scrap the Firearms Act and amend the South African Constitution to protect RKBA would in any way amount to some kind of anti-black measures (that's the implication that it gives rather than outright saying so). In fact, I don't see how it would do anything except empower law-abiding black (and white) gun owners to be able to legally use firearms for self-defense in South Africa. 2601:8C:4101:C7C2:ED3D:B6D4:F8EB:BBFA (talk) 05:42, 7 December 2015 (UTC)