Labor Party disarming dozens of licensed shooters every week, farmers are a prized target

Labor is following the disarmament instructions from the communist-run United Nations

FIREARMS Licensing matters being appealed to the Queensland Civil Administration Tribunal (QCAT) have more then tripled this year alone, costing applicants and Queensland Police more than an estimated $4m in legal fees and expenses.

Queensland Police Minister Mark Ryan was an urban solicitor, schooled at Nudgee Catholic College in Brisbane. We doubt he has ever been near a farm or gone past the Sunshine Coast but he is allowing police to strip firearms from farmers and rural residents used by them as tools of trade

Research undertaken by Shooters Union Australia shows there are currently more than 500 firearms licensing matters before the tribunal as of March 2021 – compared to the approximately 200 in the entire period from 2009 to December 2020.

Shooters Union Australia president Graham Park said the situation was completely unprecedented and a number of the cases involved the organisation’s members.

“We’ve never seen anything like it, and it’s only getting worse,” he said.

“We have seen members having licence applications or renewals rejected for things which weren’t an issue even late last year, including one member who had had a Primary Producer’s licence for many years until Weapons Licensing suddenly decided they didn’t earn enough from the business and initially refused their renewal.
“The majority of issues we are helping our members with relate to licensing issues due to unrelated matters such as traffic offences, or historical misdemeanours with no relevance today.

Mr Park said Shooters Union research and analysis indicated the combined costs to applicants and Queensland Police Service was, conservatively, likely to be north of $4m this year alone.

“The solicitors representing our members advise us a fairly straightforward QCAT matter’s legal costs start at around $4000-$6000 for the applicant, and Weapons Licensing Branch’s costs would be at least that as well, since they have to pay lawyers too.
“Add in the various administrative costs for QCAT as well as the tribunal’s time and it is a truly worrying sum of money needlessly being spent because Weapons Licensing are choosing to make law-abiding firearms users lives difficult.”

He said the issue stemmed from a Queensland Audit Office report in Weapons Licensing Branch, which appeared to blame the state’s 200,000-plus law-abiding shooters for police administrative issues.
Mr Park said what was particularly frustrating was the apathy being shown by so many politicians to the whole situation.

“If the Department of Transport started refusing to renew driver’s licences because they didn’t think you needed a 4WD, or that you couldn’t be trusted with a car because you were in a pub fight as a teenager and made people spend millions of dollars fighting them in QCAT to get their driver’s licence, it’d be national news and the Minister for Main Roads and Transport would be facing calls to resign over the issue,” he said.

“That’s exactly what’s happening for law-abiding firearms users in Queensland and entirely too many people are just shrugging and saying ‘oh well’, and it’s simply not OK.
“Two MPs have already asked Questions On Notice in parliament about this issue so it’s not going away, and the sooner it gets sorted out, the better for everyone.”

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on March 26, 2021, in agenda21, Annastacia Palaszczuk, australian Labor Party, General, Gun Control Australia, guns, United Nations and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. As a shooter there are 2 simple steps YOU can take to counter this. 1. Get people involved and help them get licensed. As a licenced firearm owner you know how to help new members sign up and make their getting a licence easier and less daunting. The more licences the stronger our voice.
    2. If you’re an A & B licence holder only, take the next step and get your H licence. The more licences you have the better your chances of keeping your licences. Yes H is a seperate licence and pistol target shooting is a great sport to get involved in.

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  2. It has been said before that anything for which you can get a license, is not inherently unlawful.
    Whilst i do not remember precisely where the relevant law resides, It’s most likely enshrined in common law, but it is my comprehension that an ancient law providing for the ownership of firearms, to protect the owner from Protestants, has never actually been repealed.Perhaps if it IS common law, it can’t be repealed, it would predate the 1901 constitution, and therefore be out of the reach of politicians in Australia.

    Scommo is a protestant!

    On a different tangent, but in the same ball park, some information, albeit out of Canada (who incidentally have an almost identical constitution to ours), indicates that they are having considerable success with these three questions in court.
    First, as a modis operandum, never admit to being the name on the license, that is the name of a trust that the “gov.” owns, if you admit to being that name, by definition they OWN YOU.
    Then the questions to the “court” : –

    Who claims I property?
    Who can administrate property without right?
    Produce the obligation,requiring contract, upon which you rely for jurisdiction over I.

    Of course there is no documentation bearing ANYBODY”S wet ink autograph attesting to any such contract. No contract = no obligation.

    For an explanation of the rather unusual wording, it’s explained by the statement : –
    You and I.


  3. If there is a shooting (like Tasmania) take a good look because it will be about this issue – then ‘they’ have a good excuse to change the gun laws, liars and frauds that they are.


  4. Thank you Attila. That’s good news for we who are unarmed and unaware.

    And many thanks to for keeping us informed.

    Will be signing up soon as we need more armed humans as we can get, because this damned government doesn’t want us armed to the teeth to defend ourselves against those from within and outside who are against our god-given right to bear arms.

    Attila: If you could provide more details about these licences [aka: A & B & H licences].
    I’m sure more readers here would be most grateful.

    Many thanks for your input & look forward to a reply here as to how we go about gaining these licences. Cheers, ozbattler.


  5. Old Kodger brilliant as usual.Editor


  6. Does anyone know about the Port Arthur Massacre and how Martin Bryant was found Guilty on successfully 100%, 19 headshots while people running and ducking for cover. Martin had a mentality of a 11 year old there is no chance that can do 19 headshots one after the other. This Massacre set up Gun Laws Narrative and what I read from here it was a Psyop no doubt about it took Police over 6 hours to even arrive no DNA or fingerprints was ever taken and no Trial either.


  7. Yep we do just check our portfolio of Port Arthur files linked in the RH column.Editor


  8. truthtellertonni

    I was going to get my licence but i don’t want to give them an excuse to come to my property. As a member of a Common Law Assembly i do not wish to enter into any contract with them.
    I have weapons other than guns that i will use to protect my family.
    I am not a fighter but I’ll fight for what I love to my death.


  9. truthtellertonni

    When your government tells you that you don’t need guns, you need guns.


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