How do you kill 11 million people? You lie to them, of course. How do you disarm a country? Lie to them, of course. This is our future if we were to do nothing! They are going for the final act...
Click on link at the bottom to read the entire .pdf; however, pay attention specifically to page 42, Weapons Registration, and I quote:
220.127.116.11 Weapons Registration Legal weapons should be registered according to the national legislation. Weapons registration allows two things to happen: first, people can retain some of their weapons and feel that they are secure; and second, international peacekeeping and national security forces know approximately how many weapons are in a given area. This is particularly useful in future disarmament campaigns as a check for success by counting weapons collected in comparison with the registry.
The registration process should be jointly run by international and civil agencies, or by local police, and monitored by international forces. This will help prevent international forces from becoming known as the 'new enemy' and will also increase the legitimacy of the local forces, as transparency through supervision is possible.
Registration is a simple process that requires accurate information collection and sufficient personnel. It does not require a large amount of equipment, storage or security. The problem with weapons registration is similar to those faced by most weapons control techniques – people do not want to come forward. A comprehensive preparation of a society preceding disarmament creates a positive situation that allows registration, perhaps as a first step in the disarmament process, to proceed. Assurances must be given by international forces and/or local authorities that security is not a problem and that registering does not mean that weapons will immediately be seized. Incentives are often used to encourage registration, ranging from positive measures, such as food and money, to negative ones, such as harsh laws and forced seizure of weapons. Registering weapons makes it possible to input serial numbers into an inventory and track their future usage and trade. This helps increase transparency and implements controls.
Databases of military and police weapons help track weapons to their place of origin and limit unauthorised transfers. At the same time a comprehensive system of safe storage, weapons management and a code of conduct for the existing military and police forces can improve the security situation and legitimise civilian disarmament. One of the best examples for this is the safe storage programme for police and army in Cambodia.
This section is especially chilling: “…weapons will not immediately be seized…” immediately seized? Get it?
i can't speak for others but the DAY any one comes to try and disarm me will be the DAY MY PART OF THE REVOLUTION BEGINS.
this is not brag this is FACT WRITTEN IN STONE AND BACK UP BY THE 2ND AMENDMENT.
also just in case none here have ever heard of this law called the DICK ACT, or as it's better know as THE EFFICIENCY OF MILITIA BILL H.R. 11654 JUNE 28TH 1902 id suggest you read it.
also this LAW CAN NEVER BE REPEALED and GUN CONTROL IS OUT LAWED.
GUNS! GUNS! I GOT NO STINKIN' GUNS TO REGISTER!