Christchurch, New Zealand -- New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced an immediate ban Thursday on sales of "military-style" semi-automatic firearms and high-capacity magazines in the wake of a terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch that killed 50 worshippers. Ardern said the sales ban was effective immediately to prevent stockpiling and would be followed by a complete ban on the weapons after new laws were rushed through.Gee, they're not taking the 10/22s - as long as you don't use those evil 15 or 25 round magazines. In his manifesto, the Mosque shooter said he wanted to get gun bans instituted to divide the country. The tricky detail is that he thought the key was to break the US down into civil war, and although their ban only affects New Zealand, they clearly got his message and enacted his goals. Miguel at Gun Free Zone talked about this the other day (March 19).
The ban includes any semi-automatic guns or shotguns that are capable of being used with a detachable magazine that holds more than five rounds. It also extends to accessories used to convert guns into what the government called "military-style" weapons.
It does not include semi-automatic .22 caliber or smaller guns that hold up to 10 rounds or semi-automatic and pump-action shotguns with non-detachable magazines that hold up to five rounds. The guns not banned are commonly used by farmers and hunters.
Remember what the New Zealand shooter said in his manifesto (I apologize for not finding the whole text, the media is doing a good job censoring the internet).Consider this: New Zealand has a population of under 5 Million people - close to 4,800,000. Florida alone has a population over four times that 21,640,000. Which do you think is easier to influence? No, it's not a trick question.
He says he also wanted “to create conflict between the two ideologies within the United States on the ownership of firearms in order to further the social, cultural, political and racial divide within the United states.
“This conflict over the 2nd amendment and the attempted removal of firearms rights will ultimately result in a civil war that will eventually balkanize the US along political, cultural and, most importantly, racial lines.”
While New Zealand has stricter gun laws than the US, making it easier to mount such an attack there than in the US, any church or mosque attacker in the US has to consider they'll come across someone like Stephen Willeford who used his AR-15 to break up the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs. Willeford was home and couldn't react fast enough to keep anyone from being killed; imagine the New Zealand shooter walking into a US church with armed security and a quarter of the parishioners carrying.
Because it's a tiny country, apparently governed by people incapable of coherent thought, it was vastly easier for the shooter to get his gun grabbing agenda accomplished there than here. At least for now. I find it wonderfully ironic that as moronic prime minister Arden is going through Olympic-level gyrations to prove she's better than the killer, and that New Zealand is better than the killer, she's implementing exactly what his goal was. At least the start of it.
(New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern - from Business Insider. I chose this picture because she reminds me of AOC more than in other views. What do you think? Same IQ, apparently.)
You misspelled Kiwistan.
Doubtless their airheaded Quisling-in-chief will follow up by renaming the city of the massacre Mohammedmosque.
In order to prove how politically correct they are in NZ all Christian churches should become Mosques immediately. Women should cover themselves in chador/burka immediately just to show how they emote with the Mohammedans. Why stop at trying to take firearms away from non-criminals?ReplyDelete
It is interesting that so many politicians, hollywoodites, etc. are raising the question of why it is so easy for Global Servants in New Zealand to confiscate property, seemingly at the stroke of a pen; but so difficult for the U.S. Servants to do so. The answer is very simple, every elementary school child understood it when I was an adolescent, and is rooted in the very reason for the American Revolution. The basis and impetus for the founding was the new belief, widely held, that the State is, by natural right, the property of the People. All other nation's have been founded on precisely the opposite premise, the people belong to the State. Property has no rights, natural or otherwise.ReplyDelete
A question: By broadcasting on government media the Shadada have they officially made New Zealand part of Dar-al-Islam?