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    I don't expect much from the current clown running the Country. I sent him a letter recently reminding him he had promised to make legislation" based on facts", I received a letter from his staff stating that gun legislation was not part of the PM's purview and my letter had been forwarded to the minister of public safety and emergency preparedness, from him CRICKETS. I wonder where they will get the monies for the proposed buyback scheme? At the current rate of spending for give away programs during the Covide Crisis I don't see any funds for such a program.

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    I don't expect much from the current clown running the Country. I sent him a letter recently reminding him he had promised to make legislation" based on facts", I received a letter from his staff stating that gun legislation was not part of the PM's purview and my letter had been forwarded to the minister of public safety and emergency preparedness, from him CRICKETS. I wonder where they will get the monies for the proposed buyback scheme? At the current rate of spending for give away programs during the Covide Crisis I don't see any funds for such a program.
    Yes a terrible tragedy and why the RCMP didn't initiate the "amber alert" is beyond all logic, some bureaucratic heads should roll for that blunder, but unfortunately in this new age we live in, the idea of somebody actually taking responsibility for their own actions........well...... "get the broom out and sweep it under the carpet". A firearm used in self defense in this country is liable to get you in a whole pile of trouble with the law, we as citizens are told that's why we have the RCMP and regional police forces, finally after what was it...... "18hrs". More often than not, home owners that do defend their life using a firearm are usually treated with greater hostility than the perpetrator of the crime.

    Yes the little man from Quebec, "our fearless leader" that emerges from his cuckoo clock every morning to momentarily cuckoo about Covid 19 will seize the opportunity relentlessly to punish legal law abiding gun owners with a new round of arbitrary gun laws, of coarse in the name of "public safety". If this current gov't that makes "knee jerk decisions" is serious about saving lives then the same logic should be applied to reinstate alcohol prohibition laws....think of all the lives that would be saved annually from drunk driving. What about the costs to our health care system let alone the social misery alcohol has caused on and off our First Nations reserves.

    As far as the monies go that's no problem.....the Central Bank will just fire up the printing press and further devalue our currency......sometimes I think the Cuckoo bird is spending our country away into the stratosphere purposely to further his global quest. I don't see that changing any time soon as the upcoming generation are by and large a bunch of entitlements and look to the gov't to solve all their problems, sorry to say I think we are stuck with "birdbrain" for some time yet.

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    Word from a pro-gun group here in the United State is that Canadaicon's Prime Minister just banned over 1500 types of firearms. Use ends now. All must be turned in in two years time. They claim two of the banned types were involved in the shooting but did not mention which two or how they learned this as I still haven't seen the types of firearms used in the shootings. The shootings were the reason behind the ban.

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    Smoke and mirrors. I didn't realize that Newtown, Connecticut and Las Vegas, Nevada, both in the United Statesicon, as well as Christchurch New Zealandicon had been annexed by Canadaicon. All used as a justification for banning "assault rifles" in Canada. Over 1500 variants of 11 basic platforms banned. I'm actually grateful that they didn't ban the Winchester Model 94 (and all of its many variants), that was used by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau during his assault on the Canadian National War Memorial and Parliament, in Ottawa. Brenton Tarrant also had a Model 94 in Christchurch.

    1500 variants of 11 basic platforms determined overnight, by a government that can't define "middle class".

    Fortunately, indigenous peoples of Canada are not impacted by the ban because of Section 35. They can keep their banned firearms until they find a suitable replacement. (No slight intended to our indigenous peoples.)
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