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Bob Katter delivers the peoples voice

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Our Investigation continues to expose Port Arthur

martin-bryant-colFor over a decade our sosnews investigators continue turning over rocks under which government rely on to cover facts under the guise of conspiracy theory maintaining guilt of Martin Bryant conducting the April 1996 mass shootings in Tasmania.

Like DNA opening old and cold police cases investigation to reveal new evidence, technology also is revealing new evidence.

A few questions to consider: Surviving victims and families of the deceased still demanding a coronial inquiry John Howard quashed – Police evidence and very selective interviews are more than suspect – No police presence at Port Arthur for hours – Bryant is frightened with automatic guns, is left handed, with the shooter confirmed as right handed – IQ of a child Bryant is painted as an extraordinary marksman with exceptional ability military experts dismiss.

You can only hide for so long then a net of factual information closes around the fictional source.

This video is a further piece of information emerging from the silent abyss.

 

COAG has no lawful authority over the states or the Commonwealth of Australia to ban a firearm

Where are the Liberals ?

KAP state crossbenchers Rob Katter and Shane Knuth have slammed the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) resolution to tighten restrictions on lever-action shotguns.

COAG today agreed to reclassify lever action shotguns with capacity of greater than five rounds into category D, and lever action guns with a capacity of less than five rounds into category B.

Both were previously available to gun owners with a category A licence.

“The Queensland government’s support to move the five shot to category B and the seven shot to category D is a knee-jerk reaction,” Member for Mount Isa Rob Katter said.

“We, like many legal firearm owners are entirely disappointed at the emotional stance the government has taken on this issue.

“Lever-action shotguns are widely used, and any reclassification may trigger a taxpayer funded buy-back, which is simply not in the interest of Queenslanders,” he said.

Mr Katter, who yesterday warned that any legislation would have trouble gaining passage through parliament, has repeated the KAP’s stance against the move.

“The premier should expect a hostile parliament when trying to enforce any amendments to the National Firearms Agreement through the house,” he said. “It is now up to the LNP and other crossbenchers to show resolve and support the KAP’s position to stop the arbitrary reclassification of lever-action shotguns.”

KAP state crossbenchers Rob Katter and Shane Knuth have slammed the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) resolution to tighten restrictions on lever-action shotguns.

COAG today agreed to reclassify lever action shotguns with capacity of greater than five rounds into category D, and lever action guns with a capacity of less than five rounds into category B.

Both were previously available to gun owners with a category A licence.

“The Queensland government’s support to move the five shot to category B and the seven shot to category D is a knee-jerk reaction,” Member for Mount Isa Rob Katter said.

“We, like many legal firearm owners are entirely disappointed at the emotional stance the government has taken on this issue.

“Lever-action shotguns are widely used, and any reclassification may trigger a taxpayer funded buy-back, which is simply not in the interest of Queenslanders,” he said.

Mr Katter, who yesterday warned that any legislation would have trouble gaining passage through parliament, has repeated the KAP’s stance against the move.

“The premier should expect a hostile parliament when trying to enforce any amendments to the National Firearms Agreement through the house,” he said. “It is now up to the LNP and other crossbenchers to show resolve and support the KAP’s position to stop the arbitrary reclassification of lever-action shotguns.”

KAP state crossbenchers Rob Katter and Shane Knuth have slammed the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) resolution to tighten restrictions on lever-action shotguns.

COAG today agreed to reclassify lever action shotguns with capacity of greater than five rounds into category D, and lever action guns with a capacity of less than five rounds into category B.

Both were previously available to gun owners with a category A licence.

“The Queensland government’s support to move the five shot to category B and the seven shot to category D is a knee-jerk reaction,” Member for Mount Isa Rob Katter said.

“We, like many legal firearm owners are entirely disappointed at the emotional stance the government has taken on this issue.

“Lever-action shotguns are widely used, and any reclassification may trigger a taxpayer funded buy-back, which is simply not in the interest of Queenslanders,” he said.

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Rob Katter and Shane Knuth have warned the State (fascist) Government to leave the Adler fiasco alone

State KAP crossbenchers Rob Katter and Shane Knuth [pictured] have warned premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to expect a hostile parliament when trying to enforce any amendments to the National Firearms Agreement through the parliament next year.

Mr Katter, who yesterday warned that any legislation would have trouble gaining passage through parliament, has repeated the KAP’s stance against the move.

“The premier should expect a hostile parliament when trying to enforce any amendments to the National Firearms Agreement through the house,” he said. “It is now up to the LNP and other crossbenchers to show resolve and support the KAP’s position to stop the arbitrary reclassification of lever-action shotguns.”

The Adler shotgun was at the centre of debate on weapons reclassification at COAG today.

In early November, an opposition disallowance motion regarding firearm dealership regulations was successfully passed through parliament with the support of Mr Katter and Mr Knuth, bringing about a defeat of a proposed government change.

Member for Dalrymple Shane Knuth said law-abiding firearm owners already have strong control measures in place.

“We need to be worrying about illegal importation of firearms, not restricting existing classifications further,” Mr Knuth said. “I have no doubt this will become a controversial issue when it enters state parliament.”

Earlier this week, in an opinion piece published by the Queensland Country Life, the president of the Firearms Dealers Association of Queensland, Rob Nioa, together with Graham Park, president of Shooters Union Queensland, warned that “a vote to ban and confiscate legal firearms from licensed farmers and sporting shooters would almost certainly spell the end of her (Premier Palaszczuk’s) minority government and cement control of the next state parliament to One Nation and the Katter Australia Party (KAP)”.

Mr Nioa, Australia’s biggest gun dealer and Rob Katter’s brother-in-law, has imported over 22,000 Adler shotguns into Australia.

The Adler shotgun was at the centre of debate on weapons reclassification at COAG today.

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The Adler lever action shotgun, a rather safe firearm

Lever action firearms have been in use since the 1870’s and as far as Cairns News is aware have never been used in any massacre or have been the subject of any ban by governments. If any readers have ever experienced a firearm being used without a human pointing it, please let us know.

ALP still trying to disarm Qld farmers

Bill Byrne Police Minister

Bolshevik Bill Byrne alias Bolshevik Buffalo Bill the former army officer turned Labor politician wants to disarm law abiding farmers who use revolvers. He should tell us more about the possums he used to shoot in the ceiling of his house in town with a .22 rifle. Why penalise farmers for your indiscretions Buffalo Bill? Why not tell us about the Browning 9mm semi-automatic pistol you carried while in the army? That was your profession just the same as farmers need to carry a sidearm because it is their profession. Keep your hatred of farmers to yourself!

PRODUCERS ARE NOT “LONE COWBOYS” SAYS KAP

Rural property owners and hand gun users have been labelled “lone cowboys,” by Police Minister Bill Byrne in Parliament today.

The statement was made when the Minister was questioned by Member for Mt Isa Rob Katter, as to why the licenses and renewals for Category H weapons are being consistently denied.

Disregarding the safety of property owners when travelling via bike or horse, the Minister stated he simply did not accept the idea that a pistol was a legitimate agricultural tool.

“The idea of the lone cowboy, with the pistol strapped to the hip as an effective weapon in an agricultural application simply doesn’t cut it with me,” the Minister said.

“The core argument that a concealable pistol, Glock or any equivalent type of weapon is going to be a preferable agricultural weapon, for application in the agricultural sector is not a viable argument to make,” he said.

Mr Katter said he was extremely concerned to hear the statements from the Minister responsible for gun regulation.

“The Minister clearly does not appreciate the reasons for pistol use or have any concern for landowners on isolated rural properties,” Mr Katter said.

“To simply deny licenses because of personal beliefs is shocking, and highly irresponsible,” he said.

Mr Katter said many graziers had expressed their concern about safety when travelling with a cumbersome rifle, and frequently used a pistol especially when dealing with feral animals at close range.

“It is not uncommon for producers working alone in remote areas to check stock water while in the vicinity of wild dogs, this is a very compromising position,” Mr Katter said.

“Pistols have long been a tool within Australia, the suggestion that pistol use in outback pastoral Australia is not a legitimate agricultural tool is outrageous.”

“These statements are unfair on lawful producers who rely on these tools in remote areas,” he said.

Member for Dalrymple Shane Knuth said he has heard from many people were also bewildered that their licenses had not been renewed.

“I’ve received complaints from responsible firearm owners who have had their applications rejected,” Mr Knuth said.

“I struggle to see how a producer using a handgun in thick country on dying cattle and feral animals isn’t appropriate agricultural use,” he said.

KAP will continue to fight vehemently for the rights of firearm owners in rural and regional Queensland.

Port Arthur Anniversary Uncovered

Click on the link above to view this compelling video

 

Cairnsnews has been researching the Port Arthur massacre since it happened. The research team has come to the conclusion that without any doubt whatsoever Martin Bryant shot nobody on this day 20 years ago. Therefore who did the shooting and more importantly who was behind it?

All fingers point towards a false flag event orchestrated by government. Why would our government do such a thing to our people? Who assisted the government in carrying out this country’s worst ever terrorist attack?

A former Queensland resident and author now based in Austria, Keith Noble, has amassed an amazing and thoroughly researched Ebook (download or read below) which we will publish in conjunction with our video entitled Port Arthur Anniversary Uncovered.

These presentations are probably the most comprehensive, independent investigations of the Port Arthur incident yet published. If what happened at Port Arthur on the 27th and 28th of April 1996 is of concern to you and you want the first official inquiry into this massacre to occur, we suggest you contact you local federal member of Parliament and demand an independent inquiry be held by a panel of three overseas-based justices. This investigation should have the authority of a Royal Commission.

Go to this incredible interview with Keith Noble:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5vplwjX-Zo

 

 

Click Keith Noble’s Ebook to read or download

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Petition to lawfully carry handguns for self protection

Self defence is a RIGHT, not a privilege!

https://www.change.org/p/fishing-hunting-australia-allow-australians-concealed-carry-for-self-defense

VA Has Revoked Gun Rights For 260,000 Veterans Since December

Veterans-DayBy Joshua Krause

The Department of Veterans Affairs has long proven that bureaucracy and medical care are incompatible. It’s bad enough that the incompetence and waste of the VA has led to the deaths of thousands of veterans in recent years, but apparently they’re also treating them like garbage while they’re still alive.

Last December the VA started reporting thousands of veterans to the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check system, which is responsible for determining whether or not a potential gun buyer is legally allowed to own a firearm.

Specifically, they’ve been reporting veterans who have a fiduciary trustee to act on their behalf for legal or financial matters. All veterans with this arrangement are being automatically declared “mentally defective” according to Guns.com, and are having their second amendment rights revoked. Over the past 4 months alone the VA has reported over 260,000 veterans to the NICS, which now accounts for 99% of all “mentally defective” claims to the database.

Of course, not all veterans with a fiduciary trustee are a danger to themselves or others, and unfortunately the VA hasn’t bothered to investigate any of these individuals to see if they should be reported. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa has been questioning the VA on this matter, and hopes to put a stop to it. “The very agency created to serve them (veterans) is jeopardizing their Second Amendment rights through an erroneous reading of gun regulations. The VA’s careless approach to our veterans’ constitutional rights is disgraceful.”

Read more [HERE]

Liberals, Nationals, Labor and Greens want to ban firearms in private ownership

KATTER CALLS FOR CONSULTATION AS NFA REVIEW LEAVES MUCH TO BE DESIRED

bob-katter-2With the National Firearms Agreement (NFA) set to be discussed at the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting very soon, Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) has publically echoed the concerns of sporting shooters calling for licensed firearm owners to be included in the “biggest gun laws reform since the Howard era”.

Queensland KAP state leader Rob Katter publically slammed the lack of involvement of licensed firearm owners, farmers and key stakeholders in the NFA review to date, urging for a more consultative approach in any further discussions. “The shooting community are always trying to work with the government, we cannot continue to let such a significant portion of the rural population be ostracised,” said Mr Katter. “As we have made very clear in the past, we will be doing everything within our power to ensure appropriate consultation around these laws takes place. We don’t want to see the government place any unnecessary restrictions against law abiding gun owners, sportsmen and women.”

The KAP has also led the charge in calling for the former Queensland Weapons Advisory Panel to be reinstated, which existed as a ministerial consultation body under the Beattie, Bligh and Newman Governments. Fellow KAP MP Shane Knuth moved a motion in the Queensland Parliament on March 17 specifically calling for the Weapons Advisory Panel to be reinstated. The SSAA and other likeminded groups would have been a part of this panel. The motion was unfortunately disallowed.

SSAA Queensland President Michael Pommer said it was extremely disappointing that the government appeared disinterested in even considering reinstating the panel, especially due to the complete lack of consultation with key stakeholders and sporting shooters under the minority Labor Government. “The lack of consultation to date has been extremely disappointing and, as the largest group representing sporting shooters and hunters in Queensland, we have a lot to bring to the table in terms of evidence-based policy discussions,” he said. “We applaud the efforts of the KAP in their attempts to reinstate the panel and will continue to call on the government to include us in any discussions that will affect our sport and chosen pastime.”

With the NFA review officially commencing following a recommendation from the Martin Place Siege inquiry, any changes to the NFA floated at COAG would have transpired in a little more than a year since the joint Commonwealth-New South Wales siege report was handed down. While SSAA National has been included in the review through meetings of the Firearms Industry Reference Group, chaired by Justice Minister Michael Keenan, some state police ministers haven’t been as consultative, such as the case in Queensland.

SSAA National President Geoff Jones will be meeting with the Minister in the coming weeks and the SSAA-LA will bring you all the latest details, including any decisions made, as the information comes to hand.

“Our members can rest assured that we have made it crystal clear to the Minister that any changes resulting in further onerous restrictions on law-abiding firearm owners in a Federal Election year will be noted,” said Geoff. “Furthermore, as part of our election coverage, members and the broader firearms community will be kept informed on any issues relating to our sport and where each political party stands as we head to the ballot boxes, whenever that may be.”

SSAA President Geoff Jones laments, “…any changes resulting in further onerous restrictions on law-abiding owners in a Federal election year will be noted…” A typical wishy washy statement from the SSAA.

Jones should be telling all political parties the SSAA will campaign against them and target marginal electorates particularly in the regions instead of having two bob each way. The SSAA lost its way 20 years ago and has done nothing for shooters since then. Editor, and former member.

Cops return fire after rise in public shootings across Sydney

John Howard’s gun control still working for the criminals 

Former Prime Minister John Howard told Channel 9 news Monday night he did the right thing by disarming the population. He said since Port Arthur there have been no more mass shootings. What will he say about the bikie gang open warfare that has been happening in NSW and Victoria for many years? You didn’t get their guns Johnnie. All you did was disarm law abiding citizens.

 – MARCH 13, 2016 1:45 AM

Police have returned fire on criminals in Sydney’s west after arresting 17 people in a major operation set up to tackle a rise in gang violence and public shootings.

Dozens of police saturated streets and public transport hubs across the suburb as part of Operation Talon* overnight Friday and into Saturday morning, arresting 17 people on 20 charges.

One cannabis caution, six Criminal Infringement Notices, 47 Traffic Infringement Notices 17 Rail Infringement Notices were also issued on the night.

WATCH: NSW police launch huge assault on criminals in Sydney’s west

Police also issued 15 pre-emptive consorting warnings to known gang members and conducted 30 bail compliance checks.

*Operation Talon was formed in August 2013 to reduce gang violence and public shootings in western Sydney.

A little gun history

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    In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

  • In 1911, Turkey established gun control. From 1915 to 1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • Germany established gun control in 1938 and from 1939 to 1945, a total of 13 million Jews and others who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.
  • China established gun control in 1935. From 1948 to 1952, 20 million political dissidents, unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.
  • Guatemala established gun control in 1964. From 1964 to 1981, 100,000 Mayan Indians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • Uganda established gun control in 1970. From 1971 to 1979, 300,000 Christians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • Cambodia established gun control in 1956. From 1975 to 1977, one million educated people, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

56 million defenseless people rounded up and exterminated in the 20th Century because of gun control:

You won’t see this data on the evening news, or hear politicians disseminating this information.

Gun-control laws adversely affect only law-abiding citizens.

The next time someone talks in favor of gun control, please remind them of this history lesson.

During WWII the Japanese decided not to invade America because they knew most Americans were ARMED!

Australia is now virtually disarmed and this comforting fact has send that message to the Jihadists of Islam, the gates are open, there are but a few bolt action rifles kept at addresses on police firearm registries where secure information leaks like a sieve.

SWITZERLAND ISSUES ALMOST EVERY HOUSEHOLD WITH A MILITARY RIFLE!
SWITZERLAND’S GOVERNMENT TRAINS EVERY ADULT; THEY ARE ISSUED WITH A RIFLE.
SWITZERLAND HAS THE LOWEST GUN RELATED CRIME RATE OF ANY CIVILIZED COUNTRY IN THE WORLD!!!

Australia has never seen such an increase in gun related crime on the streets since gun control was introduced.  It is out of government control and people are being shot almost on a daily basis in Sydney and Melbourne. Criminals are now freely armed and know they can run rampant since the public was disarmed by Prime Minister John Howard in 1997.  To implement his ready to roll legislation he could not get through parliament before this tragedy he took full advantage of  the patsy Martin Bryant.  Bryant had an IQ of 66 and is now rotting in jail accused of shooting people with the accuracy and speed only capable by a few military-trained people in the world.

There are amazing facts in witness statements; the shooter was right handed, Bryant confirmed to police again on Channel 7 on consecutive Sunday programs he was left handed, with other witnesses stated the shooter was not Bryant, not to mention one of the rifles used at Port Arthur was handed into Victorian Police and their records showed it had been destroyed.

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