Firearms registration unlawful
Letter to the Editor
The personal and private Weapons Act 1990 is a private Act of the Queensland Treasury Corporation and holds no authority over or above any person inside the Constitution Act 1867 (Qld) or to require them to register or licence any firearm or so named weapon as they are their own private and personal property hence no Licence is required in Queensland.
And further no person is required to pay a fee in the electronic currency of the firm, Queensland Treasury Corp and the fees etc. to be paid into the Queensland Treasury Corporation for the profit of the firm, being a private Australian business registered on the New York Stock Exchange:-
The Chief Executive Officer
Queensland Treasury Corporation
The Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk MP
C/O Queensland Treasury Corp.
111 Eagle Street,
BRISBANE CITY Qld 4001
Queensland Weapons Act 1990
Current as at December 1, 2018
© State of Queensland 2018
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from David Walter, FNQ
Treacherous politicians from July 1 implemented a national firearms amnesty hoping gun owners are sufficiently stupid enough to hand in any unregistered guns for destruction. The pollies are terrified of unregistered guns because they cannot be controlled by their corporate police enforcers. Surely citizens would not stage an armed revolt against unlawful ‘governments’?
What will be the repercussions for pollies and bureaucrats when victims of Covid gene therapy start falling off the perch, as designed, in one or two years time?
Gun confiscations could start at any time because the enforcers have lists of your guns and where you live. It is the alleged half a million unregistered guns they are afraid of.
Will you be silly enough to hand them in?
In any case from where does the federal government get its authority to call a national amnesty. Are not guns the responsibility of the states?
Why are governments afraid of an armed population?