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    and yet more laws


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    Politicians pass laws so they can appear to be doing something about crime and terrorism. Are Englandicon's oppressive firearms laws not worse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    Politicians pass laws so they can appear to be doing something about crime and terrorism. ...
    That's true in more cases than not. Also, it's a lot cheaper and doesn't interfere with their pet pieces of the budget to pass another 'do nothing, cost nothing' law. Chesterton said 'Politics is not a sport, it is a business'. He also said, 'It is terrible to contemplate how few politicians are hanged'.


    Another quote attributed to Mark Twain: 'Politicians and diapers must to changed often, and for the same reason'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philb View Post
    Has anyone read this and can explain exactly what it means ..... ?

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    PaulS#3 ~ We do that often here in Aus with our P.M's but each one is no better than the last one all smoke and mirrors but ensure they get perks no mere working person ever could hope to have..........(Sorry Badger.)

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    I know Mate, I know. I've seen and experienced NSW politics up close and personal. Need I say more?

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    PaulS ~ The drought over east is certainly a worry for the farmers poor b*ggers they can never take a trick just when the crops are ready to harvest boom either a storm comes through & flattens it turning it into sheep tucker or they get flooded out the next year.
    People do not realize just how important primary industry is to the populace I did a 2 year Cert in Agriculture full time boarder then worked as a farmhand for the next 3 years, I ended up on a 33,000 acre wheat & sheep property outside of Mullewa but they made promises that they never kept so after 6 months of lies & false hopes (Besides my wife at that time would not stay there) I moved back to Harvey and ended up in construction for the next 35 years operating cranes!
    But I do miss the land even today as there is nothing like it as far as job satisfaction goes when you repair a windmill or ploughing & seeding its truly invigorating, thing is when your doing it a night you have to remember where you parked the seed/fertilizer truck easy to lose oneself in a 1000 acre paddock.

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    "...explain exactly what it means..." You read it? It's pretty clear. The EU is making oppressive firearms laws(that were already that) for member countries. Looks like a complete list of everything the anti-firearm ownership mobs like the American Brady Campaign have been seeking. It's also got the amendments they made.
    There's classifying firearms like AK's and M16icon's as "prohibited for civilian use" and "If converted into semi-automatic firearms, they should be classified in point 6 of category A." Plus mag capacity laws, storage laws, declaring that a firearm can be 'dangerous' all by itself all with no definitions of exactly what a Category A, B, or C firearm is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    all by itself all with no definitions of exactly what a Category A, B, or C firearm is.
    Thats the bit I was meaning, can't find anything relating to the A,B,C etc........


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