May 05, 2016

REVEALED: How Trudeau's Liberals are helping create an international gun registry

Todd BrownRebel Blogger
 

The Solicitor General of Canada had the proposed “Firearms Marking Regulations” regulations in the House of Commons on June 13, 2003. The Conservatives did us a big favour by not implementing these regulations during their tenure, but now the Trudeau Liberals are making them law as of June 1, 2017.

These regulations are onerous and will have a profoundly negative effect on Canadian gun owners.

The “Firearms Marking Regulations” are NOT brought in by a bill, but by an Order In Council(OIC). This means that it does not have to be approved by Parliament, but by the Governor in Council. These regulations will then be part of the Firearms Act.

The regulations will mandate that all firearms manufactured in, or imported to Canada will have the frame or receiver stamped (or engraved) with “CANADA,” or “CA” as well as the name of the manufacturer and the firearm’s serial number (for Canadian made guns), and in the case of an imported firearm, the last two digits of the year of the importation.

The high cost of doing this to each new gun amounts to a “gun Tax” that will raise the price of every new and imported gun.

Duplicating information that is ALREADY stamped on the barrel of the firearm is an unnecessary waste of time and resources.

The only thing that explains this is that the Liberals are pandering to the UN’s agenda of wanting to track all small arms, which, in turn, amounts to an international gun registry.

We’ve already abolished one such registry here in Canada, and now the Liberals want us to commit to a larger and much broader international version run by the dictators, human rights violators and terrorists at the UN.

 

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commented 2016-05-11 22:01:16 -0400
Operation Information Scramble continues.

To participate, buy at least one gun every three months and then sell it privately. Check the buyer’s PAL for expiry and match the name to their driver licence, as you are required by law. Record nothing.

Let’s make any future gun grab plans as expensive and painful as we possibly can. If we all participate, no future plans will be logistically possible and nothing Justin tries will work.

With this file at least, your freedom is in your hands. Make sure any bite they try is bigger than they can chew.

An SKS is only 200 bucks and you can sell it for the same price. The inconvienience is a small price to pay, considering what your doing is putting hooks into your freedom and refusing to let go
commented 2016-05-08 11:51:27 -0400
“Junior” and his cult of personality handlers are in favor of a world driven by intolerant, narrow political codes of conduct – where police make unscheduled, unwarranted incursions into your home on fishing expeditions and neighbors are turned into snitches detecting politically incorrect infractions in their fellow citizens. Junior and his handlers use Orwell’s 1984 as a reference manual for setting up their gulag society under the guise of safety utopianism.

If, or when, they move unjustly against non violent peaceful law-abiding Canadians and their legally acquired, legally owned property which has been politically stigmatized and scapegoated for the failings of a hollowed out dysfunctional justice system , then we know the political purge of an authoritarian police state regime is on – it starts with hunters and target shooters and it ends with jails and graveyards filled political victims..
commented 2016-05-06 10:48:38 -0400
Yup, Junior has left the big decisions on firearms to the “experts”, the RCMP. Apparenty, when interviewed on the “Jill Bennett Show” on radio station CKNW, Surrey RCMP Assisstant Superintendant Bill Fordy didn’t even know one requires a Possession and Acquisition License to purchase ammunition. It seems, the assisstant superintendant publically asserted that anyone can just walk into a store and purchase ammo. The good Superintendant corrected himself later. With experts like these what could possibly go wrong?
commented 2016-05-05 19:21:20 -0400
I think it’s pretty plain to gun owners and some other astute people that JustinButts plans to take our guns, for the UN – not the criminal’s guns – just the law abiding, responsible firearms owners guns!
It would be interesting to see the plans on how they actually intend to do that. Taking GUNS from GUN owners, by force…‘cause most of us won’t be handing them in…MOLON LABE!
commented 2016-05-05 17:27:52 -0400
Wait till Trump makes America great again and we stupid, moronic, economic and morally bankrupt Canadians look longingly across the border at freedom. Canadians aren’t polite……… they’re stupid dupes.
Too bad I burnt my blue beret years ago, that big UN hat badge would have fit perfectly sideways up trudopes ass
commented 2016-05-05 17:24:42 -0400
Thanks BRAIN, all we can do for now is translate your signals from the hill
commented 2016-05-05 14:48:29 -0400
Simplified tracking and tracing of fire arms is desirable for our Muslim PM. It will make it easier, when the time comes, for the police to round up Christians and Jews and put them (us) into Fema Concentration Camps. Known Gun Owners will be raided first and relieved of their fire arms, then it will be just a matter of riding around in Cattle Trucks and rounding undesirables (us again) up.
commented 2016-05-05 14:11:15 -0400
If the Liberals want to get guns off the streets of Toronto, police should be allowed to stop and identify suspicious people in high risk areas.
commented 2016-05-05 14:08:28 -0400
What a completely useless,lefty feel good measure.
commented 2016-05-05 12:48:53 -0400
Any Canadian that doesn’t fight this needs a punch in the head. How in the hell do Canadian’s even hold their head up high today. They just walk around letting the corruption in the government go on and on.
commented 2016-05-05 12:46:27 -0400
If the issue is supposedly so that cops can track guns then a simple record can be kept. Require gun owners to write down the serial numbers and type of gun and keep it at home in a file. A duplicate could be left at a friends or family place in case of fire or theft.

No cost records. No invasive bureaucracy. Being treated like adults and trustworthy citizens would lower the hostility people feel toward government. If you presuppose that people ( and criminals) will register their guns you can also presuppose that they are capable of keeping their own records. I did this years ago before any of this nanny state foolishness came along.

The only problem with cops tracking anything is that they tend to want to charge the homeowner who was broken into since he is an easier target, more compliant, and less likely to shoot back. Go for the easy mark.
commented 2016-05-05 12:34:37 -0400
Tell Goldy to get on that seeing how she’s a Trudeau fan now!
commented 2016-05-05 12:32:18 -0400
Right on Acuuna, when this latest rash of stupidity happens the price of an unmarked rifle just tripled – more small arms go into the grey and black market economy – well done regressives.
commented 2016-05-05 12:30:22 -0400
It just boggles my mind that the SoB flits around a 49 percent popularity rating. He’ll get away with f***ing Canadian gun owners…and the mainstream media will cheer…we’re in for a rough ride…
commented 2016-05-05 12:06:43 -0400
all these idiots are going to do is create an underground economy for American steel.
well done!
commented 2016-05-05 12:00:35 -0400
Just buy the guns from criminals/black market sources.

This is how the libranos disarm the rural community – the libranos can then march their organized crime leaders in and make locals have accidents – why??? Well MOAR FUCKING CONTROL of course.

And of course, crime in Toronto and Hamilton will rocket – criminals fighting for drug turf – just ask Chicago how their gun laws are doing.

Which leads to another librano pattern (remember libranos support radical islam and terrorism) – taking away guns so more people can’t protect themselves and will likely end up dying (ref: Chicago).

Watch what libranos do – when libranos talk, ignore them or think 2-3 degrees away from what they are saying.
commented 2016-05-05 11:41:36 -0400
if i want to purchase a gun in the future i will do it the way all the criminals do it