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Old 02-20-2021, 05:42 PM
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Anyone arrested for these laws need the support of mass protests.
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Old 02-20-2021, 06:43 PM
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Two words: "criminal incompetence".

It's tempting to think that this piece was cobbled together by a 10-year old on the last night of vacation to throw in a distraction from vaccine failure or something else. Unfortunately, legislation works differently: this piece of crap was carefully crafted for quite some time, with many people being paid full-time for many weeks and months to do this "job".

The airsoft ban is especially amazing. As they say on airsoft forums - "it's not like banning cars to stop drunk driving - it's like banning RC toy cars to stop drunk driving". And rationale for that - by committee of police chiefs - a) they put public in danger, and b) they can be easily converted into deadly weapons. Both not just big fat lies - they are both so primitive lies!

Well, at least a lot more of people fighting it now than before because of airsoft.
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Old 02-20-2021, 07:15 PM
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Police chiefs won’t back Trudeau handgun ban

"The head of the organization, Vancouver police chief Adam Palmer, said current firearms legislation are already strong enough

Palmer said in the majority of handgun crime, the firearm is already illegal, so their is no point prohibiting a weapon that already is.

“In every single case there are already offences for that. They’re already breaking the law and the criminal law in Canada addresses all of those circumstances,” The Canadian Press reported Palmer said at the conclusion of the association’s annual conference this week.

“The firearms laws in Canada are actually very good right now. They’re very strict.”

The union representing the country’s RCMP officers have also publicly said they will not be supporting the gun grab legislation."

https://westernstandardonline.com/20...u-handgun-ban/
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Old 02-21-2021, 12:22 PM
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Old 02-21-2021, 01:12 PM
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Have to wonder if this is a Liberal ploy to trigger an early election. Why is all of this coming to the fore right now and why is airsoft brought in as part of the c21 at this particular time and on such short notice?

Can this bill be made an issue of non-confidence?

There may be just enough in the Bill for NDP to vote no along with Green to also vote no. Bingo - a defeat of the gov’t and an early election. After all the virtue signaling done via media generation, the turd will be hoping for (gambling on) a majority election win.

If NDP vote yes for c 21 then the turd becomes increasingly emboldened to bring in even more draconian amendments to c 21 before it passes final reading.

Beginning to look like a real catch 22 situation.
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Old 02-21-2021, 02:20 PM
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There may be just enough in the Bill for NDP to vote no along with Green to also vote no. Bingo - a defeat of the gov’t and an early election.

Beginning to look like a real catch 22 situation.
What part of the bill would ndp /green not like?
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Old 02-21-2021, 02:29 PM
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What part of the bill would ndp /green not like?
Both have publicly stated (as have the Bloq) that because the buybacks are not mandatory, they will consider not supporting it. The Bloq won't waffle. The greens might. The NDP Lap Dogs never will - it is simply virtue signaling to their decreasing support base and nothing more. They will side with True Dummy.

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Old 02-22-2021, 06:55 PM
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I hate to say it but the only way Canadians get their rights back is through a civil war. We have lost so many rights in the last 40 years yet we sit here smiling and saying we are free. No country has ever accomplished getting their rights back peacefully.We have been headed into communism ever since the FAC was introduced. It was going to end gun violence in Canada all it did was make gun owners weaker and easier to mould. Look at the way most have bent over backwards to comply with Covid restriction would a strong country do that no.
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Old 02-23-2021, 07:35 PM
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O’Toole Pledges to Repeal Trudeau’s Attacks Against Gun Owners as PM


“An O’Toole government will repeal C-71, C-21 and the May 2020 Order in Council,” O’Toole said in the Facebook video. “I will review existing firearms legislation to ensure it focuses on dealing with criminals rather than making life more difficult for law-abiding firearms owners.”

“The extent to which the Trudeau Liberals are willing to go to divide Canadians is disappointing and dangerous.”


https://thegunblog.ca/2021/02/23/oto...-owners-as-pm/
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Old 02-24-2021, 04:40 PM
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The Canadian Bar Association: The government has failed to make the case that banning legal handguns is a solution to tackling violent crime. "PAL holders are less than half as likely as the average Canadian to commit homicide"

Irrational lawmaking

https://www.nationalmagazine.ca/en-c...onal-lawmaking
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