Globalists at work. I can hear the words coming out of D.C. already. The Canadian model. It's actually more of a U.N. Wish list.
It's hard to believe there are still gun owners out there that vote against themselves and every other gun owner, in every election. Amazing. It's sad that politics for many of us, have turned us into 1 or 2 issue voters. Instead of focusing strictly on the betterment of our societies, we are forced to vote based on things that shouldn't even be a question and leaves things like education, health care and the like just hanging in the wind because someone is trying to rob you of your most basic freedoms.
The masses are blind and deceived. The ridiculously fascist talk coming out of the lefties and their mouthpiece the MSM toward conservatives and conservative media is downright scary....
Sad. Evil. Socialist. Fascist.
Although I'm not promoting law-breaking, if you have an unregistered gun, it should stay that way.
If you voted for Biden (or Trudope), you need to turn your guns in now--you don't deserve them...
And only a matter of time before Bidet rejoins the UN Small Arms agreement...
The U.N. Small arms agreement is one of reasons the left here in the states would like to change the rules in the Senate.
My apologies for not responding sooner, I was going over the court proceedings from Monday requesting an injunction to allow firearms owner to use their equipment during the court proceedings.
... Here is an overview from the court proceedings from the CCFR.
Court talk begins at around 16:30 if anyone is interested.
Hey 1A, thank you for posting that video. I am sort of a court fiend so I actually watched all of it. I expected to watch about 5 or 10 mins and ditch the rest because... you know... Canada. Glad I stayed till the end.
I'm still on the pessimistic side for both of our countries' future for comfortable, affordable, legal gun ownership.
Thanks for posting that up.My apologies for not responding sooner, I was going over the court proceedings from Monday requesting an injunction to allow firearms owner to use their equipment during the court proceedings. I felt it went pretty well, the lawyers and so called "RCMP" (SFSS) experts for the government are schills and the judge was in disagreement with them. She hasn't made a decision on the injunction, we await here decision. Here is an overview from the court proceedings from the CCFR.
Court talk begins at around 16:30 if anyone is interested.
I agree with your above statement cmcd, most firearm owners here in Canada aren't even part of a Firearm rights group. We have 2.2 million licensed firearm owners and probably less than 10% are a member of the 3 FA orgs combined that we have here in Canada, CCFR, NFA, CSSA. I have joined all of them including the NRA as I travel to AZ and enjoy the freedoms and rights in the USA., without them there is no us, and without us there is no them.
We must fight this cancel culture regime, for Trudope to say "Canada has no Culture/Identity is just plain "Blasphemy"
Thanks for posting that up.
Glad you’re able to support so many organizations. I do my best, I’m a member of the NFA for many years and a more recent member of the CCFR. I also support Dr. Mauser’s efforts at Justice for Gun Owners.
Like you say with 2.2 million of us it should be easy to get the government’s attention but it’s tough when you can scarcely get 100,000 signatures on a petition...that really pisses me off. And that is an understatement.
Also, sad to see the passing of Mr. Dennis R. Young...RIP sir. Every Canadian firearms owner owes this man a debt.
The older I get the more I realize just how un-democratic the Canadian system is. The PM has too much executive power and the bureaucracy runs amok. The fact that you can potentially criminalize millions of citizens with a pen stroke is the very anti-thesis of democracy.We all do what we can, better than doing nothing. I appreciate you and your support for the FA community, Dr. Mauser is a prominent figure for sure and the loss of Dennis R. Young really stings. Although his last ATIP exposes how the Coalition against Firearms / Polytechnique (Wendy Cukier, Heidi Rathjen, and Natalie Provost) were behind not only this recent gun grab but have been involved ever since the introduction of Bill C-68.
Young has discovered that the infamous 1995 firearms act, Bill C-68, was co-drafted by the Coalition for Gun Control, Canada’s leading anti-gun lobby group.
Again using access to information searches, Young has uncovered memos from Justice department bureaucrats detailing the close involvement of Coalition activists in drawing up the law and its subsequent regulations.
The memos are available on thegunblog.ca and detail the timelines of meetings and deadlines for submission of drafts.
C-68 contained a provision permitting the cabinet to declare whole categories of guns illegal and order their seizure without any debate in Parliament.
And it was this provision – still in effect – that was used May 1 of this year to outlaw as many as 400,000 guns in Canadians’ possession with the mere stroke of a cabinet pen.
This past May, the Trudeau government ordered the owners of nearly 9,500 popular models and variations of shotguns and rifles to stop buying and selling them, transporting them or even shooting them, or face prison.
That is thanks, in large part, to regulations written a quarter century ago by anti-gun zealots working with the federal Liberals.
Internal memo obtained by Dennis Young shows ministry staff developed gun policy with hostile activists.
TheGunBlog.ca — Canadian government staff wrote the country’s firearm laws with the prohibitionist Coalition for Gun Control, according to internal notes obtained by Dennis Young.
A Department of Justice memorandum dated 14 Aug. 1996 to “All lawyers working on Firearms Act regulations” shows work was scheduled around the anti-gun activist coalition:
“Timetable: Due to the availability of CFO’s and the Coalition on Gun Control, the time frame will likely be extended,” said the memo.
Two lines later, in outlining the schedule: “Sept 12 – 13 meet Coalition on Gun Control (copies of drafts)”
The three-page message from Wendy Gordon, a lawyer for the justice department, doesn’t mention any other outsider involved in drafting the listed regulations.
Why It Matters
The memo provides new evidence of how Canada’s policy framework for hunters, sport shooters and firearm collectors was developed with people hostile to gun owners.
The biased regulations, initiated by the governing Liberal Party in the 1990s and still in force today, enabled the party to order its newest mass criminalization and confiscations on May 1 this year.
The Department of Justice didn’t respond to questions today from TheGunBlog.ca about drafting legislation with activist groups in general, or working with the anti-gun coalition in particular.
An email to Gordon came back with an automatic reply saying she had retired. She recently worked in the House of Commons drafting legislation, according to her listing in the government directory and a January ad in the Ottawa Citizen. We couldn’t confirm if she is the same person who prepared the 1996 memo.
‘Part of the Consultation Process’
John Dixon, a former Department of Justice employee, said in a 2003 opinion article in The Globe and Mail that the anti-gun coalition “had been part of the consultation process” for new legislation.
Dennis Young ATIP
The 1996 memo is among almost 11,000 pages of internal government drafts, notes and emails published this week by Dennis Young, an Alberta-based independent researcher.