In the so called US democracy, anybody can buy a gun, and indulge in random shooting of absolutely innocent unsuspecting bystanders, and of course go to jail or undergo death penalty.
In China which the US Government and people consider as a one party dictatorship, the Government has taken a step to prevent innocent people from being stabbed unexpectedly. Should the US instead of stubbornly refusing to pass a law of gun registration, enact it and thus protect its citizens, or pretend that the right to bear arms takes precedence over the right to life of its citizens? Which of these two systems is really democratic, one has to reflect carefully.
Bishop Mar George Theckedath