Warning To American Gun Owners From Canadian News Anchor

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posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 01:07 PM
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reply to post by stopbeingnaive
 


No registration in my State....




posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 01:15 PM
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See, I look at it this way. The only reason I don't own a firearm ? Is because the gov. hasn't banned 'em yet.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 01:20 PM
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The real question? What are YOU going to do?


Well, I certainly can’t speak for everyone but I am going to say a prayer every night before bed to ward off the ever encroaching usurpers who are after my guns!




Beyond that, I’m going to keep running my mouth and screaming it from the roof tops until some of you people GET IT!

Like the OP said, "Take heed America there is no question anymore that they are coming for the guns!"



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 01:38 PM
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Just like Canada the BATFE here has to power to reclassify anything it wants as "dangerous" without Congressional approval.

That is a fact it is also a fact they have been after guns for a very long time 1934,1968,1986,1994,2013 they will never give up the assault on the second amendment,.

Some people just like in the video don't want the citizen defending themselves for anything thats the police and governments job.

And we have seen that in action then watching what happened in Newy York, and California's new proposed legislation speaks exactly what the op said.

Fighting for gun rights is a never ending battle, just like every other right in the BIll of Rights if people do not exercise them they aren't much good.

Speak and be heard buy and bear arms once one rights is gone the others will follow suit, and you can take that to the bank.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:00 PM
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YOU CANNOT HIDE ANYMORE:

Just watch this vid - how they track you!

www.guardian.co.uk...



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:04 PM
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Originally posted by aboutface
reply to post by Cynicaleye
 


That network is Fox news north, so no surprise about their agenda. No really. I was wondering how long it would be before they pulled something like this.


Seriously? Do you live in Canada? Because I do. Everything in that report is 100% accurate. If you live in Canada, do you own firearms? I'm guessing you either don't own any guns, or you have bought into the culture of fear that the Canadian government has erected around firearms in this country.

This country is in SERIOUS trouble. If you live in Canada and have the ability to think for yourself, you should be able to see that. How is it that a guy who shoots at thugs that are fire bombing his house with molitov cocktails is up on charges? Does that seem right to you? It sure as hell strikes me as wrong.

To my American friends: Mark my words. Giving in to this fascist gun control agenda will have disastrous effects on your future and your nations future. DON'T let it happen. The legal BS gun owners have to deal with here in Canada is only one aspect of the problem. The anti-gun anti-freedom communists up here are even worse. A person is looked at like an uninformed, low brow criminal if they even mention the fact they are pro gun. The vast majority of the people in this country (youth especially) have had the wool pulled over their eyes and I'd hate to see it happen in the U.S.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:08 PM
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Originally posted by luciddream
Simple Canadian are not crazy about guns, some have it and they barely use it. That's why we don;t have many gun related deaths.

Guns are not banned in Canada, you can still get one, people just don't need it.

If someone is going to kill you, they will, whether you have a gun or not.


I'm not sure where you live, but here in Edmonton gang bangers shoot each other on a regular basis. Excessive gun laws have done absolutely NOTHING to stop criminals from using guns. Why is it you people fail to understand that simple fact? Gun laws do not work to stop criminals from using guns because CRIMINALS DON'T FOLLOW LAWS.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:14 PM
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I don't know much about guns to be honest, but I thought that when you buy a gun that you have to do a background check and then register said weapon? I'm probably wrong, but I am trying to educate myself because I want to get a gun here soon.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:19 PM
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Originally posted by MaMaa
I don't know much about guns to be honest, but I thought that when you buy a gun that you have to do a background check and then register said weapon? I'm probably wrong, but I am trying to educate myself because I want to get a gun here soon.


Depends on where you live.

In Canada, you need to have a PAL license. If you want a restricted firearm (which is basically anything that isn't a bolt action hunting rifle these days), you need a restricted firearms license. In order to get one, you need to complete a safety course, pass a written exam, and pass a background check from the police. Then the RCMP processes your application and if you are approved, you can legally purchase firearms. Once at the store, you're checked again and there can be a waiting period imposed before you can take your gun home while everything is checked out. Registration follows the sale.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:23 PM
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The truely sad thing about your post is that no matter how right on it may be it will do no good. why?, because Canada has been warning the U.S. as far back as 30 years when they told us if we allowed "political correctness" what would happen.

There is no one to wake up, there is no one to fix it, we did not listen and now here we are.If we are to self-absorbed to learn from someone else's mistake's when they are right next door and screeming at us to pay attention then we will get what we deserve.

Has anybody thought about the fact there is no one else on this planet to warn us about what is coming ??reason being we are where everyone else is now, all anyone can say now is "we told you so".



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 03:40 PM
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In my opinion.
At the end of the day, if they bring in these new gun laws....the American public have had it.
All these wars for your freedom in other countries and its rapidly disintegrating at home.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 04:16 PM
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Actually, the place where you bought your firearm keeps those records in storage and are only used if your purchase is used in a crime. Unless, of course, you live in one of the stricter and less free states such as NY, NJ or CA where you need a purchase permit from your local LE for every gun you attempt to buy. It's kinda funny since these states are just like Canada where if you defend yourself or your property, you have to defend yourself in court as well. They also have the most crime in the country as well so I guess those "Get tough on guns!" laws are really working. Thank your local gun shop as they are the last line and middle man between your info and the govt.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 04:39 PM
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So. Did it work? I think the proof is in the pudding. Is Canada better off now then it was then? You may have failed or forgotten to provide any evidence that it hasn't worked.

ETA: I am a Canadian gun owner.

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posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by aboutface
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That network is Fox news north, so no surprise about their agenda. No really. I was wondering how long it would be before they pulled something like this.


Like what? Telling the truth?


Originally posted by TheComte
I must have missed it when the Canadian government confiscated all the guns from Canadians. Can somebody link up a source for that event?

Sun News is like Fox News except not as fair and balanced.


Have you watched Sun News network? Seems fair and balanced to me, gets the liberals and NDP socialists panties in the bunch - but who cares. They have just about made Ontario bankrupt.

and I have been waiting for to say this: Are either of you two Canadian? If you have zero knowledge about Canadian society and culture why are you even commenting. Just want to throw in your typical liberal rhetoric?



Originally posted by luciddream
Simple Canadian are not crazy about guns, some have it and they barely use it. That's why we don;t have many gun related deaths.

Guns are not banned in Canada, you can still get one, people just don't need it.

If someone is going to kill you, they will, whether you have a gun or not.


Huh, perhaps you should have the facts before making blanket statements. Out of 100 individual there are 30 guns - Canada has a rich and strong gun culture.

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Canada has strict gun laws and only effects people who try to comply with the law. Our firearms act tramples on the rights of lawful citizens: warrant less searches, presumption of guilt, invasion of personal privacy and arbitrary property seizures. Also this has done nothing to prevent the gang gun violence in our city streets. Even in the small southern Ontario city I live in I have been threatened by a handgun by a thug.

(not to mention the storage of firearms)

Now am I against all our gun laws? Not really - I don't mind the background checks and the mandatory tests and classes you have to take before getting a firearm.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 04:58 PM
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For all of the naysayers who claim nobody will stand.
I present you with one individual located in southern Kalifornia who has had just enough.
Now imagine if ten or a hundred separate individuals decided enough was enough.
One hundred people is not even a percentage of the US populace but would be more than enough to drain resources if done right.
All the while taking out the political trash.
One dedicated soldier was all it took, what about one hundred?



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 05:12 PM
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In Canada and, I venture to say, other places, government programs, like the gun registry, often have little to do with anything like a practical, meaningful, reality based, policy initiative.

Whether it is registering guns, dental care for refugees and people on welfare (and not the working poor), high tech evesdropping equipment installed in airports or numerous other initiatives, the real aim of these initiatives is to spend dollars out of the national treasury. Many silly initiatives are designed not to fulfil realistic objectives but to be able to neatly section off amounts of the yearly national budget in such a way as to dovetail with other sections of the national budget which have already been allotted to other programs.

The budget is like a jigsaw puzzle with pieces big and small, some of which are very funny shapes, like the gun registry.

It's about government jobs and allocation of budget dollars. If there was $100 left over after the budget had been divided, an initiative costing $100 would be devised, like "National Prime Minister's Secretary Day" to spend the money in a way deemed politically useful by the PM's office, i.e., taking the babe to dinner.

A lot of the stuff in the budget is like that, mostly in response to the need cronies have for jobs or the need to respond to pressure groups who can guarantee votes.

I challenge anyone to listen to talk radio in Canada, or anywhere, and see how long it takes before somebody on the line is saying "there oughta' be a law . . . ". This is a pressure group of one. Depending on circumstances that group will grow and soon we will have another regulation in law.

That's where it gets interesting. The politicians and their "supporters" in industry will put their heads together and try to figure out a way to turn the demand of some pressure group into a way to cut out a large chunk of the national budget for themselves.

Sometimes the pressure group is a segment of industry, for example, manufacturers of evesdropping equipment or drones or kevlar body armour or providers of security services. These people want to sell more of their stuff and are perfectly capable of "manufacturing an issue" in order to do so.

That's how you end up with expensive dumb policies that do very little and have the side effect of costing the average taxpayer money, time and trouble, very often for nothing.

The kicker is that no political party will campaign on the issue of patronage unless that patronage is so out of control that it spills into the mainstream press. Regular, ordinary crooked politics is the norm in Canada and I would guess, everywhere else.

That's gubmint.
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posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 06:45 PM
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Obama and Holder have proven beyond any doubt at all, (over and over again (ad nauseam),
that they are completely untrustworthy for anything.. fast and furious for starters, so any gun legislation or executive orders about any infringing of gun rights will never be followed by me..

If anything of this nature is integrated into the yearly income tax return paperwork, then I'll quit filing plain and simple.. same with being forced to buy health insurance..

Obama and Holder and these other gun and rights grabbers have no credibility at all, and so anything they do is just something to be ignored and disobeyed by citizens.. The laws they make are not laws, they are usurpation's of the law, and to just be simply ignored..

I personally impeach these people as having any constitutional authority over me, and so I am declaring myself "free" from them.. Since they have openly declared themselves free from following the US constitution.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 07:09 PM
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Originally posted by intrepid
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Please. Dad gave me my fire firearm 38 years ago. I still have that one. Kinda sentimental about it. And I haven't had ANY people I know have their guns taken from them. The registry was just a money grab. Not a gun grab.



I'm going to use a quote from another member as my response here, as it's bang on:


Originally posted by stirling
If theres a family "disturbance"guns are always cofiscated wether they were involved or not....


stirling is right. If the cops show up to your home, even if a weapon was not invloved in any disturbance and/or incident, they will take it if they see it. They get away with that by simply saying it's not suitable to have in a volitile environment or some such nonsense.

Happens all the time. Maybe not to you.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 07:19 PM
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Originally posted by Battleline
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The truely sad thing about your post is that no matter how right on it may be it will do no good. why?, because Canada has been warning the U.S. as far back as 30 years when they told us if we allowed "political correctness" what would happen.

There is no one to wake up, there is no one to fix it, we did not listen and now here we are.If we are to self-absorbed to learn from someone else's mistake's when they are right next door and screeming at us to pay attention then we will get what we deserve.

Has anybody thought about the fact there is no one else on this planet to warn us about what is coming ??reason being we are where everyone else is now, all anyone can say now is "we told you so".



That' not entirely true. Like I said before I have been n this fight fo 30 years and their are millions more now then there was then that are aware and waking up. 70% of Americans are not in favor of bans. But to be fair some of those still favor stricter regulations based on the false fear being propagated by the Sandyhook shooting and others.

Still i have never seen the kind of angry resistance sentiment to gun control that we are seeing now not even during the Bush1/Clinton bans and of all places in NYS too. Things have changed and I think there are enough now who will resist that this will not fly. I never thought we'd see this kind of resistance even ten years ago. Only time will tell for sure.

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posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 07:43 PM
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When the budget has been raided in such a way as to create a security establishment on steroids, it looks pretty dumb to have all these people standing around twiddling their thumbs.

Sooooo . . . you have to invent work for them.

That is the danger of a segment of the economy, like the military industrial complex being given so much money to spend.

There is pressure from the public on legislators to keep costs down. This pressure is then passed on to industrial producers to keep costs down.

The answer to this pressure from the industrial producers (of military drones, for example) is to tell the legislators, "Well, these things are expensive but you can get unit costs down by buying fifty of them."

Senator Fogbound responds, "Looky here young man, we don't need fifty drones to keep an eye on the Taliban."

To which the drone maker replies, "Senator you can use these drones for drug interdiction or to chase after renegade cops or anything you can think of at home, and save the shipping cost to Afghanistan and we would be pleased to make a contribution to your local constituency office when the next election comes around."

There is a cascading effect that starts, leading to more intrusion into the lives of the public.

Not that the government cares about your life, what you are talking about or how many guns you own and what kind they are. The government absolutely does not care about this. Isn't that a surprise?

The government cares about justifying spending on stuff the public doesn't need.

If you have spent money on a massive security sector and they are all sitting around doing SFA, it is imperative that you make work for them, because your political stake in the political money game around the national budget depends on it.

Most of what has happened in the United States in the military industrial sector since 9/11 is about this.

It is about selling useless stuff and then cooking up reasons that justify those expenditures.

That is why Americans are getting their guns registered and in some cases confiscated. It is a make work project to justify otherwise unjustifiable spending in the security sector.

That's how gubmint works.
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