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    Polytech, and C-71

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    Senator,

    December 6 is fast approaching, and my family and I will be celebrating a joyous occasion - the birth of our eldest son.

    Unfortunately, that occasion will likely be sullied, once again, by an unconscionable attempt to blame the innocent for the tragic deaths at Polytech, so many years ago.

    After the attack, our daughter wrote to the Edmonton Journal. ďI am a college student, appalled at the loss of innocent lives. If just one woman in that classroom had been properly trained, and carrying a handgun, (the cowardly killer) would have been stopped within 2 seconds of entering the room.Ē

    She was entirely correct.

    Those ladies did not have police to protect them, nor is it the job of police to do so.

    Their right to life was violated by a government that pretended they had no need for defensive weapons, pretended they had police to protect them.

    A government that used Polytech as an excuse to pass further restrictions into law, then bragged that Canada would become the first fully disarmed nation.

    A government that is trying to further disarm Canadians, using the actions of armed thugs against the unarmed innocents of Toronto as an excuse.

    This must be stopped, and you have the power to do so.

    Please, do not allow this travesty to continue.
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    To show that public safety isnít hurt by responsible individuals carrying to protect life, use the American experience.

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    the cow rat-jehn and her sheeps got out the barn and are now in ottawa to rule canada their way .the sock puppet and his drag queen goodale are belly crawling asking for more tears on their part, so they can legitimate their bullgoop c71 which doesn't even address gang violence, only targeting legit law abiding gun owners.

    what a sad clown's show.
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    I was hoping he would show up and do something useful in front of the cameras. Like beat the flames out with his face.
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    This intellectual midget needs to rub the contents of a large tube of PREPARATION Hģ on his ego and then smack himself with the empty tube until he's in a permanent coma. !

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    And now, the rest of the story.



    Senator,

    Yesterday, I wrote to you about Polytech.

    Today, I would like to address the rest of the story.

    My daughter contrasted the unarmed condition of the ladies, and young men, in that classroom with what should happen when the innocent are confronted with armed evil.

    The vicious lie, ďyou donít need a gun because you have police to protect you,Ē is not the only lie that led to the loss of innocent life.

    The ladies and men had all been raised in a society where we are told, ďdonít resist because you may be hurt.Ē

    The fact is that if you donít resist, when someone plans to hurt you, you may well die.

    Neither the men nor the ladies resisted, and innocents died - just as thousands died on 9/11 when three planeloads of passengers and crews failed to resist, while the fourth acted too late.

    When will this madness end?

    Will you step up to the plate and end this disarmament agenda?

    Please?
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    To show that public safety isnít hurt by responsible individuals carrying to protect life, use the American experience.

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    Governments want their people to be unarmed, and sheep. When in that state they are less at risk of resistance to their rule. History has shown the only way one changes that structural truism is through forceful removal of the governing class, destruction of the existing system, and a rebuild under a format that has the fundamental rights of the people, first and foremost, ingrained and documented into law. The history of the US has many examples of this.

    From that starting/reset point, the governing class will reform and acquire power over time, chipping away and removing/diminishing those fundamental rights as they seek to accumulate and solidify power over the masses. Eventually the entire system resets again. It is at best an endless circle. It is as worst, as in the case of Canada, not a circle at all but rather a linear path of acceptance of submission by the masses to their governing masters.

    Edit: point being, if you want to change it fundamentally, you've got to burn it down. It's as simple as that imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soph View Post
    Governments want their people to be unarmed, and sheep. When in that state they are less at risk of resistance to their rule. History has shown the only way one changes that structural truism is through forceful removal of the governing class, destruction of the existing system, and a rebuild under a format that has the fundamental rights of the people, first and foremost, ingrained and documented into law. The history of the US has many examples of this.

    From that starting/reset point, the governing class will reform and acquire power over time, chipping away and removing/diminishing those fundamental rights as they seek to accumulate and solidify power over the masses. Eventually the entire system resets again. It is at best an endless circle. It is as worst, as in the case of Canada, not a circle at all but rather a linear path of acceptance of submission by the masses to their governing masters.

    Edit: point being, if you want to change it fundamentally, you've got to burn it down. It's as simple as that imo.

    The Americans, with a fundamental change from may to shall issue CCW have demonstrated that is not necessarily so.

    That change has been followed by greater firearms freedoms on a number of fronts.

    Will things continue to get better, or will they tank?

    That, as with the firearms rights situation across the globe, remains to be seen.
    To show that men can travel to the moon and return, use the American experience.

    To show that public safety isnít hurt by responsible individuals carrying to protect life, use the American experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLW .45 View Post
    The Americans, with a fundamental change from may to shall issue CCW have demonstrated that is not necessarily so.

    That change has been followed by greater firearms freedoms on a number of fronts.

    Will things continue to get better, or will they tank?

    That, as with the firearms rights situation across the globe, remains to be seen.
    That it does. I see another civil war on the horizon in the USA as the left and right wings further polarize. The left being the more radical it seems. But like all species when pushed to a certain point severe resistance is then encountered and the push back can be fierce as the Brits learned a couple hundred years ago.

    I doubt this will happen in Canada simply as we have too many generations of being told to jump by our overlords with the populace responding with "how high?"
    Britain and most of Europe is already lost to the left. Kind of a shame so many men lost their lives to try and protect these same countries from themselves.
    1 would like to think that countries like NOT so great Britain would learn from their mistakes, unfortunately that is not the case. They disarmed their country after WW1 and had to beg and get very creative to defend themselves when the Nazi regime came a knockin and yet shortly after WW2 they again started disarmament.
    They opened their borders to mass immigration to the point that citizens of true British heritage are now the minority. It seems Canada is blindly dancing along this exact same path to self destruction.
    Sad so many gave all, essentially for nothing 60 years later, I don't see things improving which is even sadder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLW .45 View Post
    The Americans, with a fundamental change from may to shall issue CCW have demonstrated that is not necessarily so.

    That change has been followed by greater firearms freedoms on a number of fronts.

    Will things continue to get better, or will they tank?

    That, as with the firearms rights situation across the globe, remains to be seen.
    It is important to note, that cycle is a long one. Using the US example, the second iteration cleansing, as it were, has not happened. As its populace has their freedoms ingrained, it likely will. When...that we do not know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 50 B.M.G. View Post
    That it does. I see another civil war on the horizon in the USA as the left and right wings further polarize. The left being the more radical it seems. But like all species when pushed to a certain point severe resistance is then encountered and the push back can be fierce as the Brits learned a couple hundred years ago.

    I doubt this will happen in Canada simply as we have too many generations of being told to jump by our overlords with the populace responding with "how high?"
    Britain and most of Europe is already lost to the left. Kind of a shame so many men lost their lives to try and protect these same countries from themselves.
    1 would like to think that countries like NOT so great Britain would learn from their mistakes, unfortunately that is not the case. They disarmed their country after WW1 and had to beg and get very creative to defend themselves when the Nazi regime came a knockin and yet shortly after WW2 they again started disarmament.
    They opened their borders to mass immigration to the point that citizens of true British heritage are now the minority. It seems Canada is blindly dancing along this exact same path to self destruction.
    Sad so many gave all, essentially for nothing 60 years later, I don't see things improving which is even sadder.
    If I recall correctly, from John Robson’s Right to Arms, Canada was allowed to become a nation because of an armed uprising that the British rightly saw as a precursor to a revolution of the sort they had just lost to our cousins south of the order.

    Who says government is incapable of learning?
    To show that men can travel to the moon and return, use the American experience.

    To show that public safety isnít hurt by responsible individuals carrying to protect life, use the American experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLW .45 View Post
    If I recall correctly, from John Robson’s Right to Arms, Canada was allowed to become a nation because of an armed uprising that the British rightly saw as a precursor to a revolution of the sort they had just lost to our cousins south of the order.

    Who says government is incapable of learning?
    Indeed. They just need to be properly motivated. The threat of having it all burnt down around them, figuratively speaking, does seem to get their attention. And that is a good thing. It is always better to be able to affect change with a legitimate and viable threat to the status quo, than to have to actually go through with the threat itself and enact that change forcibly. The prior is much less messy than the latter.
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