Britain will ban Samurai swords

The British government is about to make the country safe (once again) by banning Samurai swords. Of course not real Samurai swords, just the cheap imitations that are being used in violent attacks.

According to Home Office estimates, there have been at least 80 serious crimes involving the swords in England and Wales over the last four years.

One MP recently warned that they were being used by criminal gangs as the preferred weapon of choice after guns.

The government says that collectors and martial arts enthusiasts who own real Samurai swords will be exempt from the legislation. No doubt there will be trained police officers who will be able to tell a cheap imitation from a real sword. Or – using normal practices will they just bust the citizen they find with a real sword, confiscate the sword and let the courts sort it out.

That is the way it works, isn’t it?


And criminals are using them as a weapon of choice? Hell, I thought all criminal violence in Britain was past history once they banned most firearms. I’m appalled.

One can only hope that no one in ‘Jolly Old’ never goes on a killing rampage with a cricket bat. British culture will never recover.

In all fairness, this is the country that in the recent past had a serious call to ban ‘pointy’ knives. Which makes understanding the mindset much easier.


2 Responses to “Britain will ban Samurai swords”

  1. YLN Says:

    Ah, but can they defend themselves against an attack with fresh fruit??

  2. samurai sword Says:

    I agree with everything that you are saying, it’s great.

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