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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Canada Warns: Gun Registration Means Confiscation

Ian Thomson

Canadian warns:  "They are coming for your guns."

Living in Canada, Sun News Network anchor Brian Lilley has already seen where seemingly innocent gun control measures can lead. During a news broadcast this week, Lilley warned Americans that gun registration led to gun confiscation in Canada, and the same thing will happen in the U.S. if citizens don’t defend their Second Amendment rights.
Lilley also told the story of Ian Thompson, who was charged for defending himself with a firearm against four men firebombing his home in Canada.
“We are at a state in Canada where they don’t want you using firearms for anything. Ever,” Lilley said. “That’s the push. And as we look at what’s happening in the United States, that’s what’s happening.”
He went on: “So I’ve got a warning to my American friends: Registration will lead to confiscation. And if you don’t believe me, just look at what’s happened here.”

Canada Warns: Gun Registration Means Confiscation


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Strict Gun Laws Reduce Crime – FALSE – The Opposite Appears True

The Long Gun Registry supposedly defunct with all information and records destroyed, appears to have maintained records and information as purported in High River Alberta following massive flooding, warrantless searching and forced entry into homes after residents were evacuated, their guns seized and removed, and targeted homeowners were all law abiding citizens who obeyed the rule of law and advised government and registered their long guns in compliance with draconian firearms legislation forced upon Canadians by then Justice Minister Alan Rock in the mid 1990s.

Concerns are now surfacing about who has the Long Gun Registry’s information , was data transferred to other systems within government and not destroyed as ordered by Parliament. This poses the question for many, can government be trusted?

What research has determined is that Canadians were deceived by the government of the day whose intent was to disarm all Canadians. Further more the process so implemented was modelled after processes used in pre WW2 Germany prior to Germany disarming its people in the latter half of the 1930s.

In Canada rules and regulations for gun ownership and possession are cumbersome and very many. To error in the employment of legislated rules and regulations is a criminal offence and can result in “in 5 to 10 years of prison term.”

Worth noting is that Canada ranks at the top for sentencing those who intentionally or unintentionally fail to comply with Mr Rock’s rules and regulations, with prison terms between 5 and 10 years.

We continually receive misinformation and distorted truths from politicians and government workers who apply spin to create emotion and unwarranted fears in our citizenry. With emotion, and the pitting of one group against another group Politian’s typically start ideological conflicts which may or may not result in their being elected to office.

Having done extensive research globally, having read numerous studies and reports and articles from Canada .. without government manipulations, it is obvious that there is no correlation between gun ownership and crime and this falsehood needs to be corrected.

Further more, if we examine various locations around the world, and we make State comparisons in the United Sates, we begin to see that those nations like Syria, Libya, China, Russia .. who have very tough gun laws have more crime than those nations that have lax gun laws like Switzerland, Norway, Finland, and Denmark.

To sum up various studies (Harvard Study, UBC … and others by reputable individuals) completed without government interference .. the following may hold true .. “strict gun laws lead to increased violent crime, lax gun laws and an armed citizenry result in fewer violent crimes.”

However, the reality is that there is no direct correlation between violent crime and guns. This is a government fabrication, and we could probably refer to it as the “raising of yet another the false flag.”