Look at this bullshit from Kim Dotcom
I don’t think it’s a good idea to print guns. I think the world would be a better place without guns. #Peace
â€” Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 11, 2013
Versus the reality:
The State Department has now demanded Defense Distributed take down its printable gun files due to possible export control violations.
The controversial gun-printing group is hosting those files, which include everything from the gunâ€™s trigger to its body to its barrel, on a service that has attracted some controversy of its own: Kim Dotcomâ€™s Mega storage site. Although the blueprint is only publicly visible on Defense Distributedâ€™s own website Defcad.org, users who click on it are prompted to download the collection of CAD files from Mega.co.nz, which advertises that it encrypts all usersâ€™ information and has a reputation for resisting government surveillance.Â
Cody Wilson, Defense Distributedâ€™s 25-year-old founder, says that the group chose to use Mega mostly because it was fast and free. But he also says he feels a degree of common cause with Kim Dotcom, the ex-hacker chief executive of Mega who has become a vocal critic of the U.S. government after being indicted for copyright infringement and racketeering in early 2012. â€śWeâ€™re sympathetic to Kim Dotcom,â€ť says Wilson. â€śThere are plenty of services we could have used, but we chose this one. Heâ€™s down for the struggle.â€ť
Looks like maybe he isn’t as “down for the struggle” as Cody Wilson would like..although Kim Dotcom is a bit of hypocrite when it comes to guns.
Remind us again who was found in a safe room in his mansion with a gun?
Instead of giving himself up easily, Kim Dotcom refused to let the police in, activated a number of locking mechanisms in his sprawling home and then hid in a safe room.
The determined police officers had to cut their way through to gain access and then found Mr Dotcom hiding near a gun.
Oh and though he says he is opposed to guns he doesn’t mind posing with them: