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Las Vegas false flag to have serious ramifications for Australia

Has Martin Bryant escaped from Risdon Prison to train a 64 year old retired accountant in firearms handling?

Cairns News has been examining the internet fallout since the Las Vegas ‘shootings’ that were thrust upon us by a tightly controlled major media campaign that has amounted to nothing more than brainwashing and anti-gun propaganda.

Retired accountant and gambler, Stephen Paddock, 64, was found dead at the alleged scene of the shooting in Los Angeles where it is alleged 59 people were killed and 520 wounded. The Vegas scenario has similar striking parallels to the Port Arthur training exercise in 1997

These are some of the stand-out anomalies we have discovered in the bogus news reports and police interviews.

  1. There were at least two shooters
  2. Two nearby hotel lobbies were shot up but not reported
  3. The alleged shooter had no motive
  4. In a similar style to Australia’s Port Arthur drill, firearms were inserted into the crime scene after the event
  5. At least 1500 to 2000 rounds would have to be fired at the distance of 400 yards for the high kill and wounded rate
  6. There were approximately 20 empty shells seen in photographs or television footage. Where are the remaining 1500?
  7. The rate of fire was examined at length by acoustics and military experts who insist a belt fed machine gun was used. A modern belt fed machine gun is almost impossible to acquire by any means even in the US
  8. Automatic firearms with a large rate of fire often jam, produce large volumes of gas and nitro-cellulose powder smoke, are extremely noisy in confined spaces and take a lot of effort to fire continuously, particularly for an unfit 64 year old. Did he wear earmuffs or plugs?
  9. The thousands of feet of posted mobile phone footage taken at the concert before and after the shooting started, clearly show there was no acute panic, no projectiles were seen to be hitting the ground, almost no ricochets were heard in the audio recordings
  10. Intercepted police radio recordings reveal the shooting was an exercise
  11. Right on cue Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on the day of the alleged shooting, called for harsher gun laws, the establishment of a national facial recognition data bank using drivers licence photographs and other tough citizen surveillance measures, one being to hold terrorism suspects in jail for two weeks without charges
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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.

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.

Petition . Stop the vilification and hate speech by Gun Control Australia . Change.org

GUNS SAVE LIVES and political party corporate government does not have the authority to disarm us or to place restrictions on gun ownership. Until the late eighties gun ownership was a fundamental right guaranteed under the Magna Charta. There was a firearm behind every door or under the bed. Expensive and unnecessary gun safes were not needed and there was little crime and almost no gun-related crime. This writer used to take a .303 rifle home on the bus from school army cadets in readiness for a weekend bivouac. Not one person ever gave a second look. The right to bear arms cannot lawfully be removed by the corporate policies of corporate government. Keep your guns and never hand in one!

Please distribute this far and wide and get every loyal Australians to sign.

https://www.change.org/p/australian-human-rights-commission-stop-the-vilification-and-hate-speech-by-gun-control-australia

 

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