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Friday, April 10, 2009

Beck: Really Recommended Reading

"United Nations Development Programme" --

"How to Guide Small Arms and Light Weapons Legislation" (that's a PDF, kids)

Chapter 3 is... compelling.

Nighty-nite, now.

6 Comments:

Blogger chris horton said...

"Many of these are misused, stolen or otherwise leaked into the
illicit trade, and governments increasingly respond by strengthening national legislation to clearly
regulate access, ownership and standards of use."

What crap,really. Their regulations have no teeth OR strength,Period.
SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. Says it ALL right there.

Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium.
CIII

April 10, 2009 at 3:28 PM  
Anonymous Oldfart said...

“the possession and use of weapons is a privilege that is
conditional on the overriding need to ensure public safety.”

In this little quote lies the essence of the whole publication. Nancy, Harry and Big-Ears firmly believe it too.

April 10, 2009 at 5:13 PM  
Blogger pdxr13 said...

Chapter 3: Regulating arms in the Hands of Civilians

This chapter addresses regulating the use, possession and holding of small arms by civilians, and
examines the key elements to include and consider in the process of changing legislation.^15
15 There is wide recognition that civilians should not be allowed to possess Light Weapons. Accordingly, and for the purpose of
this chapter the term SALW will not be use [sic] and will be replaced by the terms “weapons”, “guns” and “firearms” which will be
used interchangeably.

I can almost hear the contempt of the author when 'personal protection' is single-quoted to indicate ironic or sneer content.

My reasons for having arms: American citizenship, pirates, globalists, looters in-general.

Don't make me buy US-made arms from Mexican mobsters. No one wants that.

Cheers.

April 10, 2009 at 6:31 PM  
Blogger jon said...

"wide recognition" will also describe the return of the guillotine.

April 10, 2009 at 8:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A proper response to the 'Nairobi Protocol' shall be the 'Mozambique Drill'...

April 12, 2009 at 2:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For you slackers too lazy to read the homework, here are a few more quotes:

From the model legislation of the Pacific Island Forum Weapons
Control Bill, "The draft PIF Weapons Control Bill is detailed in its requirements for applicants for a licence to demonstrate ‘genuine need’. It asserts that a “persons’ personal protection” and “the general protection of property” do not constitute genuine reasons for possessing or using a weapon. Instead it lists a range of reasons that could justify genuine need, including: recreational or
sporting; business or employment; film, theatre etc; collectors; public museums; heirloom; animal
management; and farm management. If genuine need can be established, an applicant has to meet a range of other conditions and requirements to obtain a licence to possess."

Later on, in the right of The State to test for ballistics, "It is vital that all guns possessed by
the individual are seized, even if they are not the weapons that were misused."

Ben

April 14, 2009 at 2:53 AM  

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