Point 2:- Most countries in the Europe do not allow all or just any of their citizens to bear arms in public.
Point 3:- There is no need of "connections" to owning a gun in Ireland, you make an application at the Police Station, provide a safe place to store the weapon (Steel Gun Cabinet) and currently you are required to have an alarm system on your home as well. However, you are not allowed to carry the weapon handgun, rifle on the Public Street and the weapon can only be fired at a range or on private land. The military use of military weapons comes under another criteria.
Point 4:- The "Right to bear arms" is an American right and has never been enshrined in most Western Countries Laws at any period in time.
Point 5:- you do a disservice by your comments with regards the Romanian Military both those who serve at home and abroad, they do not have any say in which way the military is funded, maintained or ran in anyway,that is not the job of a soldier, ditto for the Police, any Romanian soldiers or Police I have met here have performed their functions with no problems, no doubt you think the military in Romania should be maintained along the lines of the US military, well a country can only spend on its security services what its limited military budgets will allow.
Ireland has a military Defence Force of just 7,000 professionals between Army, Aer Corps, & Navy.