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More insight into the Brazilian gun ban - who the enemies really are:

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Lucky, Jun 17, 2007.

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  1. Lucky

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    The USSR had been sponsoring socialist uprisings around the world since 1917, and those organizations created in each country to this purpose never were told to 'stand down'.

    Look at Brazil, we're told the people wanted to be disarmed* :rolleyes: , yet when given a chance to vote on being completely disarmed, they voted no** by an overwhelming majority.

    You probably wonder who was behind the aptly named Disarmament Statute - and as you can likely guess, it was the "Workers’ Party".

    You can't make this stuff up, it's right out of a comic book. :angry:

    So yea, perhaps there are the exceptional exceptions, but as a general rule socialists are behind citizen-disarmament laws - in the guise of 'public safety'.



    *www.iansa.org/regions/samerica/documents/statute-of-disarmament.pdf

    **http://www.opendemocracy.net/globalization-institutions_government/brazil_2955.jsp

    "THE STATUTE OF DISARMAMENT
    Law Nº 10,826/03 (December, 2003)

    ...CHAPTER II
    REGISTRATION
    Art. 3 The registration of firearms with the appropriate government body is
    mandatory.

    ...

    CHAPTER III
    RIGHT TO CARRY
    Art. 6 Carrying firearms in the national territory is forbidden,...
     
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    You cannot force communism on an armed populace.

    Hence democrat gun grabbers.
     
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    You cannot force anything on an armed populace.

    Jefferson
     
  4. Lucky

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    And to clarify, the Brazilians only got to vote on the total confiscation program. The stringent anti-freedom laws were put in place 2 years earlier, and they set the stage for the ban.

    Imagine that, 2 years after total registration they tried for total confiscation. Pure co-incidence, I'm sure.
     
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