March 22, 2019
New Zealand Prime Front-Hole Jacinda Ardern announced something so logic and common-sense that needs no real explanation: when someone does something illegal with something legal, you ban that legal thing because by using something legal to do something illegal, that legal thing is turned into an illegal thing.
You get what I’m saying?
Banning guns works because before the human RACE had guns, murder didn’t exist. No one killed people back then. It was only when the white man materialized himself out of the Aether that he brought these tools of massacring with him.
I mean, remember Colonialism?
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Thursday announced a ban of “military-style” semi-automatic firearms and high-capacity magazines like those used in the shootings at Christchurch mosques last week.
Ardern said a sales ban was effective immediately to prevent stockpiling and would be followed by a complete ban on the weapons after new laws were rushed through.
She said people could hand over their guns under an amnesty while officials develop a formal buyback scheme, which could cost up to 200 million New Zealand dollars ($140 million).
The man charged in the mosque attacks had purchased his weapons legally using a standard firearms license and enhanced their capacity by using 30-round magazines “done easily through a simple online purchase,” Ardern said.
“Every semi-automatic weapon used in the terrorist attack on Friday will be banned,” she said.
The ban includes any semi-automatic guns or shotguns that are capable of being used with a detachable magazine that holds more than five rounds. It also extends to accessories used to convert guns into what the government called “military-style” weapons.
It does not include semi-automatic .22 caliber or smaller guns that hold up to 10 rounds or semi-automatic and pump-action shotguns with non-detachable magazines that hold up to five rounds. The guns not banned are commonly used by farmers and hunters.
The government said the police and military would be exempt as would businesses carrying out professional pest control. Access for international shooting competitions would also be considered.
There are nearly 250,000 licensed gun owners in New Zealand, which has a population of 5 million people. Officials estimate there are 1.5 million guns in the country.
After Ardern’s announcement, one of New Zealand’s largest gun retailers, Hunting & Fishing New Zealand, reiterated its support of “any government measure to permanently ban such weapons.”
“While we have sold them in the past to a small number of customers, last week’s events have forced a reconsideration that has led us to believe such weapons of war have no place in our business — or our country,” chief executive Darren Jacobs said in a statement.
Polly Collins, 64, of Christchurch, was thrilled to hear of Ardern’s announcement as she visited a flower memorial for the victims.
“The prime minister is amazing,” she said. “It’s not like in America, where they have all these things and then they go ‘Oh yeah, we’ll deal with the gun laws,’ and nothing’s done.”
Critical moment for New Zealand. Are gun owners going to defend their rights?
The sales ban is already in place, and the government is working on legislation to take the guns that were bought in the past. They want to take the guns away from people and they’re going to spend like 200 million New Zealand dollars to achieve that.
All because they don’t want people to resist being replaced.
It’s too late for that.
Gun control discussions usually highlight the sheep thinking that looks at governments as overlords that rule over the slave-class peoples instead of looking at them as institutions run by people for the benefit of the people. Someone thinking that “military-style” guns shouldn’t be owned by the average citizen implicitly states that the average citizen has fewer rights than government-approved groups such as police.
It’s also a very silly thing to do after what they call a terrorist attack where unarmed people couldn’t be protected by the police.
It’s not that the police weren’t able to keep Brenton from removing kebab because Brenton used “military-style” weapons. It’s that police can’t be in all places at once.
Taking away people’s guns is taking away people’s ability to effectively defend themselves.
Ultimately, that’s what our governments want.
They want to take away our ability to defend our lives, our cities, our countries, and our people from foreign invaders that they’ve invited.
They try to silence us and to take our guns away while purposefully putting us in danger.
They want whites gone.