The Reformer's Firebrand

*-{The New Canadian Colonist's Advocate }-* A commentary of fiery reformist sentiment from the spirit of it's 210 year old Canadian ghost publisher patron. This will be a home to the new wave of anti-partisan advocacy for defeating Canada's second "family compact" and reinstallation of responsible governance in this 21st century new Canadian democratic dominion.

Monday, August 01, 2005

Gun registry's supporters run postal

Another satisfied supporter of the Liberal's civilian gun registry checks in with his own concept of gun conrol.......the ability to go anonymous, kill at will and middle finger the cops, the government and their anal duck gun registry with 3 well placed shots to his victims torso. He must have missed all the propaganda about the bureaucratic horrors he faces having an unregistered gun...oh my, whatever will he do now?...he's really in for it now!! As for us "sitting ducks"...sandbag the window and get "GUMMINT" to whup some more duck hunters....ya think they got the real duck hunters???


Anonymous rob said...

It couldn't have happened, MSM is making it up because the gun wasn't registered. You can't shot anyone here unless you submit to the Librano system. Screeching Annie is gonna freak!!

August 1, 2005 at 7:38 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Unless of course, the real purpose of the 2 billion dollar registry system is to legally repress duck hunters.....hmmmmmm

August 2, 2005 at 6:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The gun registry is very much like what the government of Germany did in the 1930's. If all the guns are registered its real easy to go around and confiscate them when ever the revolution starts to get to close.


August 2, 2005 at 10:28 AM  
Blogger Debris Trail said...

It's Americans. It's gotta be! No self respecting Canadian would enter into crime without first registering his gun(s). This is typical American violence drifting north... in fact, I bet if we could build the great wall of Canada, we'd virtually eliminate gun crime. By the way, all those so called Canadians that use unregistered guns to kill and wound, are American plants... likely put up to it by Remington and Browning. I say, spend another 2 or... hell... 5 billion and hault all American tourism and we'll have a virtually gun crime free society.

Just look into the eyes of any American tourist and you can just see the guilt, you can feel the desire to get into gun crime... I wouldn't trust any of em.

August 2, 2005 at 10:48 AM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie1 said...

This is all very funny to everybody but those who die from shootouts on our streets, or other crime that does not even have a gun involved.
Spending 2 billion on gun registry is self evident: The money spent is out of proportion to the results received. Obviously there is a disconnect and everybody knows it. You can only regulate honest citizens. Those whose activities the gun registry should curtail don't register in the first place.
The 2 MILLION we were told this would cost was a gross mismanagement in itself.
That the cost has risen to over 2 billion ( that we KNOW about) with little or no value for the money spent is evident of gross mismanagement, yet there is nothing in the media about this outrage, or the outrageous overspending at HR. OR at Indian Affairs, ( estimated to be at 15 billion). If this was going on in the states there would be such a hue and cry as to run the government "out of town on a rail". How many outrages of overspending of taxpayers funds do we have to have before we get tired of getting flogged with our own cat'o'nine tails?
Self flagelation might be satisfying to some, but as a nation it is fatal.
Mr. Martin, as Finance Minister and now as PM , clearly , by these numbers has grossly mismanaged the finances of this nation.
In times as dangerous as these this kind of mismanagement is tantamount to gross neglect that should have a few people behind bars instead of calling the shots from the PMO.
We need police, security staff, and all manner of soldiers at home and in the field. We are standing on the sidelines , essentially, in a war we are letting others fight for us.
We need to wrest the clutching fingers of the liberal party from the coffers in this country and re-direct it where it belongs before it is too late. For all of us.
People in the corporate world who have behaved like the liberal party has behaved are now warming a cell in a federal prison.

August 2, 2005 at 11:33 AM  
Blogger Clinton P. Desveaux said...

The right to own and bear arms is a natural right and one of the basic tenets of freedom. Individuals should and must protect themselves from coercion.

August 2, 2005 at 5:23 PM  
Anonymous rob said...

" Individuals should and must protect themselves from coercion."

You could have easily put "Librano$" where "coercion" is placed. Thus the reason for the gun registry I guess. The public is disarmed therefore the crime rate rises proportional to that disarmament, contrary to what the librano owned stats can would have you believe. The even bigger problem is that the primary criminals are at the highest level ready to pounce on anyone that does not conform to there will, backed up by the librano owned MSM.

August 2, 2005 at 8:04 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

There are 2 cornerstone civil rights that seem oppressed in this nation..the first is individual property rights the second is the right to armed self defense.

In the case of civilian, justified armed self defense, our government assumes we are all 20 something, ripped and able to do hand to hand combat with armed criminal attackers....reality is different.

Criminal always attack those weaker than armed citizenry is the first hedge against both criminal and political terrorism. I agree with Heston that the right to property, and free speech is linked to the right to armed civil self defense.

See today's log for proof.

August 3, 2005 at 9:09 AM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie1 said...

This reminds me of the old gentleman in Vancouver who had his house broken into and ransacked. While these whooped out druggies totally ruined his house looking for drugs or money to buy drugs they took to beating the 75 year old man with a bat. He took the bat away from them and started using in on THEM.
Whining and screaming abuse, they ran... and then sued.
He maintained that he had a right to defend his home and himself from violence and vandalism. The courts begged to differ.
That is the sorry state of our judiciary.

August 3, 2005 at 12:56 PM  

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