posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 04:03 PM
Having reviewed the video, there are a few things that should be asked and answers should be brought forth with equal clarity and honesty.
The first is what does the Government of Mexico need with such a list? What would its purpose be, and ultimately can it justify the invasion of
personal privacy on the part of the US government towards its citizens?
What happens if it finds say that a home did not register its firearms? Will it have any sway in any investigations on this side of the border?
And does the Government of Mexico, really believe that the people of the US, in particular those that are along its borders, would be so willing to
comply with a law, if they think or believe that their rights are being infringed on? What is to stop the people of the USA from creating an
underground black market to where people have more than what is reported?
Those are the kinds of questions that should be asked, as it could result in problems for both governments if this is not handled carefully. Already
there is a problem with illegale immigrants coming from the Mexican side of the country north, and people who have fire arms actively patrolling the
borders, that are not affiliated with the US government.
Is this going to spark an incident from either side, to cause more of a build up on the border?
Something does not seem correct, and ultimately can and will go in a diseasterous way when lawyers, pens and governments are involved with a volitile
citizen on both sides of the border.