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SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 11:30 1 When you have a IQ so low but still manage to become leader and PM of a country thanks to two cities you can make shut up every day.

JT is going after rifles and hand guns.

Any one ever move or use your hand gun tell me all you have to do legally to shoot it.

**** up and serious consequences.

But JT believes we should loose this and allow criminals to keep.

Insanity but it’s Trudeau. Reply With Quote
Dec 6, 2019 | 11:32 2 If you have created unrest in a country like Trudeau has....it only makes sense to disarm the population. .... Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 11:41 3 He is going to have to pry them out of my hands.

    What criminal is going to hand in there guns.


    It’s insane. Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 12:15 4 Good job JT. This will do wonders for inspiring separatists all across the country.

    These past few years couldn't have played out any more favorably for the separatist movements. Almost as if that was the intended purpose , And the imbecile in Ottawa never even caught on to what he was being put up to.

    There is a puppeteer well above Gerald Butts. Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 12:20 5 Wasn’t there an article in Australia where they collected all the guns. Crime went up not down. Why can’t our govt look across the pond. We seem like we are a couple years behind what they are doing. If it failed there, it will fail here. Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 12:37 6
    Quote Originally Posted by TASFarms View Post
    Wasn’t there an article in Australia where they collected all the guns. Crime went up not down. Why can’t our govt look across the pond. We seem like we are a couple years behind what they are doing. If it failed there, it will fail here.
    Just like Australia's failed CO2 tax experiment. That we insisted upon repeating. The saying about the definition of insanity comes to mind. Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 6, 2019 | 12:41 7 The problem in rural areas isn’t the guns, it’s the ability for criminals to drive into yards late at night breaking into yards, shops homes with out fear or consequences and owners must accept this.

    Yes it’s still common and didn’t go away. Reply With Quote

  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 13:24 8 Skippy and company must start each day with a meeting “How are we going to **** up Canada today”. Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 13:34 9
    Quote Originally Posted by Rareearth View Post
    The problem in rural areas isn’t the guns, it’s the ability for criminals to drive into yards late at night breaking into yards, shops homes with out fear or consequences and owners must accept this.

    Yes it’s still common and didn’t go away.
    Go to bed and just pray its not your place they decide to raid.....seems like thats all we can do..... Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 6, 2019 | 14:21 10 Bury the guns in the back 40 until we can rid this rot from the country. let the RCs go search for them.

    I just cannot fathom a second term of this idiocy. Reply With Quote
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  • blackpowder's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 14:26 11 This topic has been beat to death.
    Proposed policy is nothing more than a very expensive way to buy votes with "SAFETY!"
    The hard numbers prove it.
    End of discussion.
    Canada does not have a gun problem. And nobody can argue otherwise. The US is brought up in every discussion??
    Stupid, stupid, stupid.

    Cultural attitude change is inevitable over time without spending billions. Prohib with grandfathering is free and in one generation their gone.
    But with people like Chuck at the reins, it's a great diversion from the same old tired discussion about real gdp and how to make money. Or healthcare, or pensions. Fk it, I'm buying more.
    Last edited by blackpowder; Dec 6, 2019 at 14:43.
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  • Dec 6, 2019 | 14:43 12
    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
    Good job JT. This will do wonders for inspiring separatists all across the country.

    These past few years couldn't have played out any more favorably for the separatist movements. Almost as if that was the intended purpose , And the imbecile in Ottawa never even caught on to what he was being put up to.

    There is a puppeteer well above Gerald Butts.
    Trudeau was campaigning against Alberta to gain Quebec votes. Maybe when there is another election in 18-24 months this will be another wedge issue for Divider Butts.

    How can we get Quebec to separate before the west is forced to? Reply With Quote
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  • blackpowder's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 14:44 13 Kenney has to quit messing around. Reply With Quote
    SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 15:33 14 It’s time for Moe and Kenny to set Trudeau straight and say you little prick we’re not going to let a fool like destroy canada.

    But this play with the idiot is a ****ing just wrong.

    Andrew did that and what happened the arrogant prick got in again Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 16:27 15 Black powder correct done to death

    Gun has gone down in oz a Muslim guy shot a few in a hostage situation about 6 years ago but that’s only one.

    I have guns for vermin and pleasure, hunters can hunt, gun club guy can pistol shoot clay pigeon shoot with shotguns. Not much changed except a lot of city people who didn’t need guns ain’t got the no more.

    Harder to buy guns and ammo licences and checks.

    Really not a drama.

    E carbon tax was tried twice by left govt at the time consevatives blocked it and buried it once they got in power.

    Cheers sorry to be on other side of gun debate but it’s a non issue sorry

    Gotta go do a water run hot tommorow Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 6, 2019 | 16:31 16 Hey I should add when gun laws came in think 95 o 96 after “pot Arthur massacre” it was conservative govt that bought the change and both sides of govt agreed think it was done and dusted in about 3 months new laws and buy backs.

    Ps I understand your vermin are a bit more savage than ours.

    And just cause gun laws work here don’t mean it will there not a one size fits all.

    Wouldn’t know population % of gun owners in oz but suggest less than 5% and probably half that since laws changed so we don’t really have a gun culture
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    Dec 6, 2019 | 16:38 17 The only guys that miss sei auto weapons are wild pig shooters.

    Yeah get a antsy old boar head down bum up nostrils flaring foaming at the mouth and you’ve got 20 seconds to fill him with lead they long for there semi autos. Hunt in threes is solution Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 18:23 18 We live beside the biggest stockpile of weapons in the world and a whole lot of vacant border land and sleepy border crossings.

    There is gonna be some big bucks made in cities smuggling handguns. Buy a vacation home with one case of handguns in a transport truck. Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 6, 2019 | 20:05 19 First Nations going to give up their guns ?? Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 20:37 20
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    First Nations going to give up their guns ??
    If they lose the next WAR! Aw come on they HUNT to live, their culture you know. Welfare don't buy food after spent on vices. Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 20:41 21
    Quote Originally Posted by malleefarmer View Post
    Hey I should add when gun laws came in think 95 o 96 after “pot Arthur massacre” it was conservative govt that bought the change and both sides of govt agreed think it was done and dusted in about 3 months new laws and buy backs.

    Ps I understand your vermin are a bit more savage than ours.

    And just cause gun laws work here don’t mean it will there not a one size fits all.

    Wouldn’t know population % of gun owners in oz but suggest less than 5% and probably half that since laws changed so we don’t really have a gun culture
    Our loving Liberals did GUN REGIGISTRY in the 90's, only cost us $2 BILLION, accomplished BIG FAT ZERO. Make work project for their friends down east. What did it cost in Australia?
    Even if we HAD the registry prior to the murder of 14 women, it would not have stopped him at all. Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 6, 2019 | 21:51 22
    Quote Originally Posted by 15444 View Post
    We live beside the biggest stockpile of weapons in the world and a whole lot of vacant border land and sleepy border crossings.

    There is gonna be some big bucks made in cities smuggling handguns. Buy a vacation home with one case of handguns in a transport truck.
    Just print em with a 3D printer. Pretty easy to get the blue prints once you dip into the darkweb through Tor. Smuggling is illegal. Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 7, 2019 | 07:16 23 Name:  0268084D-D86A-48BB-AE30-21DCF0C0D579.jpg
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    Think about it.

    The liberals are the stupidest group on earth. Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 7, 2019 | 08:59 24
    Quote Originally Posted by macdon02 View Post
    Just print em with a 3D printer. Pretty easy to get the blue prints once you dip into the darkweb through Tor. Smuggling is illegal.
    3D printing guns is also illegal in this country, if your looking for the moral high ground. Reply With Quote
    blackpowder's Avatar Dec 7, 2019 | 11:09 25 $60M?????
    That's less than half what's been discussed for compensatory value on AR receiver rifles alone. Closer to $150M or more. That's if they want to fairly compensate. Remember, they know exactly how many are out there. They're purposely low balling.

    Now all the other "military style", whatever that means. Possible to add up to a x10 factor on those estimates.
    Now let's add all legally owned handguns.

    This is what I've been trying to say since the begining. Smoke and mirrors to buy votes.
    The taxpayer spent over $2B just to register the long arms. All in the toilet by the way.
    Geez, add in all the govt man hours to pay for.
    How many issues have a greater need for those billions????
    They're lying to you. Wake up. Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 7, 2019 | 15:53 26 Anyone who supports this should have a psychiatric assessment done. Honestly what criminal will give their guns back. If its a raid on a gang they will hand them over to the youngest person in the room and the leaders of the gang will get off. Liberals are insane they show this more and more every day. Reply With Quote
    Dec 7, 2019 | 16:25 27 I’m afraid Moe and Kenny are just little men with little balls. No vision and no guts to get at it. They are probably out Christmas shopping with their wives today rather than rolling up their sleeves and hatching a plan.

    I said that the cities would put F-Head back in and I was hoping I was wrong....but the rag heads, pakies, the spooks and the specs and bleeding heart city folk never fail and ensured the victory.

    I asked if you bastards were ready to separate...no we just sit and whine like casterated dogs. All bark and no bite.

    At least make the threat people, make some plans, have some meetings, get some meat on the bone of what a separated West would look like.... and make them at the least think we are leaving.

    At the very minimum, have a conversation with the US about joint trade deals and an economic alliance. Wow can you imagine the news that would get here in Canada and around the World. Trump would love it. JT’s crew hate it.

    Let Trump muse about doing a deal with Western CANADA....let the world know the JT has a big problem in Western Canada....embarrass him on the World stage.

    It would get people here off their lazy Western Ass and start to have a serious conversation with each other about making the West move and get a dominant position it should have in the World.

    Other than that people of the West....crawl back into your cave, shut up and take what you are given.
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  • Dec 7, 2019 | 16:27 28 This is a regional issue mostly aimed at GTA and south Vancouver.

    Maybe the PM can be told about their 2011 election campaign where they featured this and ended up as third party with 34 seats!

    Maybe using this to deflect from economic issues they seem to have no clue how to handle.

    More "virtue signaling" as that has got them where they are. Reply With Quote
    Dec 7, 2019 | 16:55 29
    Quote Originally Posted by Crestliner View Post
    At the very minimum, have a conversation with the US about joint trade deals and an economic alliance. Wow can you imagine the news that would get here in Canada and around the World. Trump would love it. JT’s crew hate it.
    Let Trump muse about doing a deal with Western CANADA....let the world know the JT has a big problem in Western Canada....embarrass him on the World stage.
    This sounds like a good idea. Trudeau and Butts are all about virtue signalling and image. The economic engine of Canada signing a trade deal with the USA would crush their fragile egos. Reply With Quote
    Dec 7, 2019 | 17:01 30 Maybe Trudeau should have a talk with his little buddy Macron and see what social engineering can lead to. Neither of these buffoons should be laughing.

    Macron returned to massive yellow vest protests that have been going on for a year now.

    Who's laughing now, Macron? France is paralyzed by worst nationwide strike for decades, with schools shutting and public transport grinding to a halt, as furious public sector workers protest pension reforms

    Half a million protesters marched in several cities on Thursday in the largest nationwide strikes in decades
    Disruption comes days after President Macron appeared to be caught mocking Trump at NATO conference
    Some 65 people arrested in Paris as hooded youths lit fires, looted stores and hurled fireworks at officers
    Around 90 per cent of high-speed TGV trains were cancelled and 30 per cent of flights were grounded
    Police in Paris barricaded the presidential palace and deployed 6,000 officers to deal with demonstrators
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