Gun Ban – Bill C-71 – Call To Action!
January, 15, 2020
This is an Urgent Call To Action!
We are calling on Canadians to take 5 minutes and write to Prime Minister Trudeau, your MP and Bill Blair and request they rescind Bill C-71 as well as reject any and all further gun bans.
This further Call to Action is in response to the breaking news that Winnipeg’s police spokesperson confirmed a gun ban “will ‘not’ change the threat level one iota“. Toronto’s Police Chief also confirmed that guns used in crimes are mostly traced to the US. This is very significant and supports what we have been saying all along.
The Gun Ban is intended to disarm Canadians and has nothing to do with making Canada safer. Legal, law abiding, gun owners are not the problem. Criminals are and Bill C-71, and further legislation, does absolutely nothing to address gun crime associated with illegal guns or guns being smuggled in from the United States.
This initiative is coming from the UN. An anti-Canadian, unelected, governing body with a Globalist agenda. Read Here.
Therefore I ask that you either sign the letter below, or write your own, and e-mail to;
[email protected]; [email protected] and your MP (Find MP HERE)
Also, please sign and share the following E-Petition against the Gun Ban. Sign HERE
Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,
Many Canadians being affected by the restrictive gun legislation and gun ban are growing more and more suspicious of your actual intentions. It is becoming very evident that since the government is not basing their decision on statistical and factual information that there is an ulterior motive for the government overreach in removing law abiding citizen’s guns.
The question is why? Why are the liberals pushing this agenda when the evidence is strongly against it and even law enforcement are clearly reporting that a gun ban will not have an impact on illegal firearms crime?
A theory is that the government intends to disarm Canadians to create a police state. Other evidence supports this theory such as the numerous laws being passed to prohibit freedom of expression, religious rights, parental rights, mandated speech laws and much, much more.
It is well reported that as Prime Minister you are anxious to gain a seat on the UN Security Council and it is further reported that you are willing to do anything to achieve this. The UN is very interested in moving forward with implementing policies to control its member States and therefore it is no coincidence that all of the matters listed above are being dictated by none other than the UN and Globalist elites.
The word on the street is that the PMO cares more about the direction the UN wants to take Canada than what Canadians want for Canada…and this is not going over well with the people.
The Liberals threat to use an Order in Council to ban many semi-automatic firearms and give municipalities the ability to further restrict handguns within city limits is further evidence of the liberal’s lack of respect for our democracy, public debate and Canadians alike.
By implementing these gun restrictions, the government is creating division and a deep and resounding resentment toward elected officials who are imposing their unsubstantiated gun reform on law abiding citizens. To further aggravate Canadians this is going to cost hundreds of millions of tax dollars.
The following recent statement (“breaking news”) made by the Winnipeg Police spokesperson is consistent with the evidence that has been provided in opposition to the gun ban from professionals who specialize in the statistics and findings on gun control and gun crime. Ranging from law enforcement to University professors, they are all in agreement that the liberals legislation “will ‘not’ change the threat level one iota“.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders has also confirmed that hand guns used in crimes are mostly traced back to the US. “Not” from legal gun owners. Read Here
Therefore, I once again urge you to rescind Bill C-71 and any and all legislation intending to remove guns from licensed and law abiding citizens.
Most seized guns are stolen: Winnipeg Police Service spokesperson Const. Rob Carver said a handgun ban in the city wouldn’t stop the kind of gun crime police are seeing.
“It won’t make any difference whatsoever,” said Carver. “When we seize handguns, the handguns are always, almost 100 per cent, in the possession of people who have no legal right to possess them. They’re almost always stolen or illegally obtained.“
Carver said the gun laws on the books already sufficiently address gun crime, and that a local gun ban wouldn’t stop people from buying guns from the U.S.
“It’s no different than there being a stolen car in Winnipeg, and somebody saying, ‘you know, it should be illegal to bring stolen cars into Winnipeg,'” he said. “People are going to get their hands on handguns. We live next-door to the largest gun market in the entire planet. If you want guns, you’re going to be able to get handguns.”
Carver said while a municipal ban on handguns might seem like a good idea to people worried about gun violence in the city, it wouldn’t actually do anything to eliminate the danger fueling their concern.
“I guess it might make some people feel good, but it will not change the threat level one iota,” he said.